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Almanac Art – Kate Birrell: Street Rhythm Exhibition 21 May (opening night function) – 9th June

“Street Rhythm” is an exciting new exhibition of Kate Birrell’s recent paintings. The exhibition will be held at Chapel off Chapel, Prahran from 21st May to 9th June. Join Kate for Opening Night from 6.00pm to 8pm on Tuesday 21st May.

Almanac Art: Kate Birrell’s Dusty Martin in the Grand Final

Kate Birrell’s painting of Dusty Martin in the 2017 Grand Final. [Purchased by Joe De Petro – Ed]

Art Exhibition – Kate Birrell’s “This Footy Life” (opens June 30)

One of our favourites (particularly amongst our Tiger fans), Kate Birrell, will be exhibiting works inspired by footy at her gallery next month. All are welcome to attend, starting from this weekend.

Almanac Art: The Tigers’ Almanac cover original painting by Kate Birrell

The original of Kate Birrell’s brilliant art work for the cover of The Tigers’ Almanac 2017 is for sale. You can also purchase prints. Details here.

Almanac Art Auction: ‘Girls, First Season’ by Kate Birrell

Kate Birrell’s artwork commissioned to be the cover of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017 is up for auction. It’s a terrific piece – and represents a significant moment. Find out more – and make a bid.

Almanac Art: Bustling Billy at Punt Road (by Kate Birrell)

Billy Barrot passed away earlier this week. This is Kate Birrell’s painting of him at Punt Road. [Add your memory of Billy Barrot – Ed]

Almanac Art: Kate Birrell’s ‘Cyril’

Check out Kate Birrell’s lively, fun painting ‘Cyril’ (which is up for sale).

Kate Birrell’s “Spectators” Art Show Reviewed

Fellow artist Yvette Wroby reviews the just opened exhibition of Almanac favourite Kate Birrell’s “Spectators” series of art work. Do yourself a favour and check out Kate’s art and website.

Kate Birrell

Artist Bio – Kate Birrell Kate is a painter living and working in the Melbourne suburb of Caulfield. The subject of her paintings are very much focused on day to day life. She is particularly interested in Melbournes’ way of living, as it has a culture, a sporting realm and an identity that is quite unique to other [Read more]

Almanac Art: Waiting for play to start at the MCG

Kate Birrell is at the cricket at the MCG on this final day, waiting for the rain to stop, the covers to come off and play to begin. This is how she has been filling in her time.

A Santa Sighting and the Tiger Train

Guess who Kate Birrell saw last night as she sat at the railway crossing in Glenhuntly Road waiting patiently for the Long Island steel train to pass? In her rear view mirror she spotted Santa in his bright red suit. He was cursing away at the incessant ding dinging and the outrageous length of time it was taking for the train’s fifty-five empty steel coil wagons to pass.

A Relaxing Sunday and The Womens Footy Almanac

With long weekends and holidays approaching, Kate Birrell highly recommends The Womens Footy Almanac 2018 as a terrific read to both reflect upon the season that was and to contemplate that which lies ahead.

Almanac Art – Aussie Rules: Passion and Pain Exhibition

You are all invited to the Opening of ‘Aussie Rules – Passion and Pain Exhibition’. Inspired by Yvette Wroby’s ‘Siren’s Call’, the event has it all, a fan’s room, memorabilia exhibitions from Collingwood and St Kilda FC’s, with Martin Flanagan as guest speaker, and tons of art from Almanac’s Kendra Heil, Kate Birrell and Yvette Wroby. Please RSVP. Details within.

Watching the Game, Live and Free

Monday’s FreezeMND game has Kate Birrell reflecting on the what we can take for granted, and how sports spectating fits into a healthy life balance.

Almanac Lifestyle: The high price of living for the 21st century urban woman

Kate Birrell ponders privacy policies, then pays the price for procrastination when Jamie the P.T. phones. Luscious lemon tarts and coffee with a friend at a Chaddy roastery give way to the call to be ‘fitter, faster and fabulous’!

A Little Bit Mad

Kate Birrell prepares for the Grand Final. The one that Richmond, yes, Richmond is in

Art Exhibition for September 2018: Footy, Passion and Pain.

The Rotary Club of Caulfield may be one of the smallest groups but they are the most ambitious. Their support of all things community extends to The Glen Eira Artist Society, Yvette Wroby and Kate Birrell and many others. While reading ‘Siren’s Call’, an idea was formed in the mind of one of the members – and exploded. This 2018 Exhibition is the result. So get painting, writing, photographing and thinking about what Australian football means to our communities and lives.

Girls; First Season

Kate Birrell tells the story of painting the cover of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017.

Almanac Racing: Mysteries of the Track

A beautiful description (with watercolour image) of racetrack and race days from Kate Birrell.

A Free Weekend; Old Books and New Thoughts

On an AFL-free weekend, Kate Birrell recalls Viktor Frankl, gets to thinking of Australian Pioneer Women and asks how you filled your void. [Includes Kate’s painting and the term “Sunday neurosis” – Ed].