Hire the EBV Display Suite for your next Event

Upcoming Events

Women’s Co-working Wednesdays

Every Wednesday 8am – 3pm

EBV Display Suite @ 143 Nicholson St Brunswick East

Sign in on the day, access café Chapt Two on site, no children permitted.

Studio Sale
(C.O.M Collective & Maker Friends)

10am-3pm Saturday October 12th, November 9th & December 14th

EBV Display Suite @ 143 Nicholson St Brunswick East

Meet some of Melbourne’s favourite makers and artists including La Petite Fabrique De Brunswick, Dawn Tang, Wolf & Mishka, Alterfact, Soopa Bag, HTML Flowers, Jade Thorsen, and Lisa Peri.

Snap up a bargain or get your hands on originals, samples and one off pieces of ceramics, jewellery, homewares and fashion all handmade in Melbourne, or just come in for a chat with the makers themselves.

Past Events

01. Architecture + Sustainability

The first of our Conversations, learn all about the thinking behind this ground-breaking development. This night, we focus on architecture and sustainability with Chris Manton from JAM Architects and Sophie Hutchinson from ADP Consulting.

Chris and Sophie are both key figures on the EBV design team. They’re helping to infuse the social, environmental and cultural ethos of a traditional village with modern design techniques to create a multi-use space for a thriving urban community with a very green footprint

02. Meet the Creatives

Meet the creatives behind place making at EBV including art consultant Andy Dinan, artist John Asilides, Lucile Sciallano and team from C.O.M Collective –  EBV’s onsite ceramicists.

MC -Triple R’s Fee B Squared

DJ – DJ Tanzer

Guest Speaker – Edward Service, Moreland City Council, Arts Infrastructure Officer

Entertainment by performance duo The Huxleys

03. Horticulture

Meet internationally respected permaculture design consultant Dan Palmer and Bee Sustainable owner Robert Redpath.

04. Planning

EBV is one of the largest urban renewal projects in Moreland and Giovanni Gattini takes us through the journey of urban planning.

Steve Cox Event

Brunswick locals and lovers of the written word can join Australian painter and arts-writer Steve Cox at the East Brunswick Village (EBV) Display suite as he reads a series of poems and exhibits new paintings created as part of EBV’s inaugural writer in residency program. Cox has developed a body of written work of his choosing that deals with a variety of subject matter, to be shared with the public in a free evening session.