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    Weekly round-up: interesting finds from around the web this week

    Pop Craft (pictured) is a pop-up shop presenting yarn,creations from up-and-coming textile designers and textile installations by local artists. It’s open from May 23 to August 30 2011, 10am-5pm Monday-Saturday, and Sunday 10am-4pm. 510 Lygon Street, Brunswick East.

    “You can’t do it alone. Be open to collaboration. Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life”. This week, Amy Poehler gives the graduation speech at Harvard.

    Experiment Utopia Now is now on at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, and will travel around the country (including MONA in Hobart). Read more about the exhibition here. Experimenta also has a Communications & Development Manager contract position available and applications are due Monday 6 June 2011 – more info here.

    The story of a tweet taken out of context, and promoted on a national TV show.

    Future Fashion Now is a showcase of Melbourne fashion designers, suppliers, and crafty-persons that apply environmental or social sustainability principles to their creations. It is a free event, held in the St Kilda Town Hall on Friday 3 June 4.00-7.30pm, for the Port Phillip community and beyond and marks World Environment Day 2011. (via Mainichi)
    Mia Freedman tackles the all-shades-of-grey area of social media privacy and kids.

    Entries for the Qantm Create Design Awards are now open, as are the Tessuti Awards (via Nikkishell)

    Enjoy your weekends everyone!

    Posted by: Tess McCabe
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