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Sesame Street Art Exhibition

Oct 30 -

Jan 28

Celebrating 50 years of Sesame Street.

From Friday October 25, Melbourne Central will be bringing a lineup of scruffy muppets to Melbourne, celebrating Sesame Street’s 50-year anniversary with a world exclusive art exhibition, Sesame Street 50 Years and Counting.

Local curator Eddie Zammit has sourced 50 artists – both local and international – and matched them with 50 individual characters from the iconic kids’ show, to shape an interactive experience.

Highly-acclaimed artists such as Jeremy Fish, DXTR The Weird, Mighty Short, Kate Pulle and Kentaro Yoshida will be curating the all-star lineup. Big Bird, Bert, Elmo, Ernie and Oscar the Grouch will feature, alongside the entire crew of Sesame Street characters.

This global showcase is located behind the Shot Tower at Melbourne Central and the entry is free. Bring your friends along, snack on some choc chip cookies (om nom nom nom) and relive your innocent youth through one of the most beloved kids’ shows ever made.

THE DETAILS

Melbourne Central

Coops Lane, Behind Melbourne Central’s shot tower, Corner La Trobe Street and Swanston Street, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, Vic

October 25 – January 28

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2020-10-30 00:00:00 2020-01-28 00:00:00 Australia/Melbourne Sesame Street Art Exhibition

From Friday October 25, Melbourne Central will be bringing a lineup of scruffy muppets to Melbourne, celebrating Sesame Street’s 50-year anniversary with a world exclusive art exhibition, Sesame Street 50 Years and Counting.

Local curator Eddie Zammit has sourced 50 artists – both local and international – and matched them with 50 individual characters from the iconic kids’ show, to shape an interactive experience.

Highly-acclaimed artists such as Jeremy Fish, DXTR The Weird, Mighty Short, Kate Pulle and Kentaro Yoshida will be curating the all-star lineup. Big Bird, Bert, Elmo, Ernie and Oscar the Grouch will feature, alongside the entire crew of Sesame Street characters.

This global showcase is located behind the Shot Tower at Melbourne Central and the entry is free. Bring your friends along, snack on some choc chip cookies (om nom nom nom) and relive your innocent youth through one of the most beloved kids’ shows ever made.

Coops Lane Behind Melbourne Central’s shot tower, Corner La Trobe Street and Swanston Street Melbourne CBD Melbourne Vic Fashion Journal stephanie@bastioneffect.com
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