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Street Artists Expose Melbourne’s Treasures

Street Artists Expose Melbourne’s Treasures
Arts & Culture
Claudia Cukrov
  • 17 march 2009

Melbourne street artists have pooled together to offer city visitors a tour of the best city street art hot spots on offer.  Claiming to be the first Australian street art tour run by the artists themselves, the Melbourne Street Art Tour begins in Federation Square and leads patrons down hidden alleys and arcades to discover the city’s undergrand art scene.  The tour winds up at the infamous Blender Studios, the self-proclaimed ‘hub’ of the Melbourne’s street art scene and owned by street-art historian Adrian Doyle.  Attendees can enjoy a beer and chat with notorious artists HA-HA and Drewster about the often misunderstood art practice.

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