ENCORE: End of Year Zoom Party

Get weird, get fruity and come (zoom) party with us!

Our community of student artists and theatre makers have made some real gems this year, and deserve a party in their honour!

Join the UMSU Creative Arts department and their mates from Union House Theatre in celebrating everything arty and farty at our end of year Zoom party.

Cobble together your best FRUIT costume and come along to watch our final open mic night of the year, or sign up to perform!

What: Encore: End of Year Party

When: Thursday 26th November, 7pm

Dresscode: FRUIT SALAD

Cost: FREE!

Register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/encore-end-of-year-zoom-party-tickets-129438549185

If you would like to perform please also fill out this google form! You can also sign up on the night!

Everything is Fine

Presented by the Melbourne Uni Law Revue

Part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival

Time’s slipping away, days are melting into each other, when did we last go outside?!?…

But no worries, ‘Everything is Fine’!

The Melbourne University Law Revue is an annual sketch comedy show written, directed, and performed by students, and has entertained audiences for over 68 years.

This year, we’re screwing the theatre tradition and presenting a ten-part web series following a period in isolation with the cast. Filmed across Melbourne, Brisbane, Newcastle, and Dubai, the sketch show will give an insight into what happens when you leave a bunch of 20-somethings alone in iso…


Wed 25 – Sat 28 November, 8:30pm every night.
Additional Matinee 3:00pm on the 28th.


Book your tickets atmelbournefringe.com.au
Pay-what-you-feel. Suggested price $10.

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The Team:

Directed by: Finn McGrath & Darcy Powell

Produced by: Coco Garner Davis & Peter Turner

Written and Performed by: Samuel Buckley, Izzy Carney, Aram Geleris, Ella Godwin, Bronte Locke, Cooper McDonald, Laura McKenzie, Louis Nicoll, Sofia Skobeleva, Shruti Sudarsan


Presented by Floor Work

“There was an undercurrent, some other part of me pulling the strings.”
Three people fight three monsters that have intruded into their bedrooms. They call for help, and find that it comes from unexpected places. Facet is an original physical theatre film, born from the creative interpretations of three student-written monologues.
“Needs fill the room like balloons, jostling for space.”
Facet is an experiment in interweaving theatre devising and film processes. Rehearsals took place remotely through Zoom, under the direction of Reis Low and the mentorship of Suzie Hardgrave. Floor Work would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which this production was made possible; we acknowledge the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation, and the Māori peoples who are the tangata whenua of Aotearoa. Sovereignty of so-called Australia and Aotearoa were never ceded. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and to all Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori peoples.
“The water becomes blocked unless a rock is moved.”
Watch Facet any time from 18 November – 20 December 2020, or join us for the Opening Night Launch Party! We will be welcoming Facet into the world with a watch party and a Q&A session with the cast and crew, so come and meet your friends online and help us celebrate the continued production of art in these challenging times.
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Video: 18 November 7pm – 20 December 11:59pm
Opening Night Launch Party: 18 November 2020, 7 – 8pm. Digital doors open 6:45pm.

Video: 15 minutes
Opening Night Launch Party: 60 minutes, 7 – 8pm


Opening Night Launch Party: Zoom
Video: Vimeo


Book your tickets via tickettailor.com
Based on your booking, you will receive a link to the video or the Opening Night Launch Party closer to the date. Opening Night Launch Party tickets also qualify you for video access throughout the viewing period. Opening Night Launch Party attendees will receive the video link after the party, so there is no need to buy a video ticket for later viewing if you are attending this event.
Capacity for the Opening Night Launch Party is limited. Please do not book a ticket to this event if you are unable to make this date. Please inform us if you can no longer make it to the Opening Night Launch Party if you have booked a ticket, so we can send you the video link and give your spot at the event to someone else.
Each ticket is AU$2.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds, $0 ticket allocations are available. Please email Finn at floorwork.um@gmail.com



  • Closed captions available in English
  • High visual rating with minimal dialogue, mostly abstract sound
  • Sudden loud sounds
  • Sudden bright lighting
  • Brief spinning with camera, may cause disorientation
Content Warnings:
  • Depictions of distress
  • Bodily distortion/ manipulation
If you have any questions, please email Reis at floorwork.um@gmail.com
Opening Night Launch Party:
This event will take the form of a ‘watch party’ of the video. Floor Work will be supplying attendees with a guide book for optimum viewing of the video with your friends on Zoom. Once we have collectively viewed the work, we will return to Zoom for a live Q&A with the cast and crew of Facet.
The video is captioned. For captioning of the live event, we recommend using webcaptioner.com in conjunction with Zoom. For instructions on how to use Web Captioner, or if you want to check device compatibility and alternatives, please refer to webcaptioner.com/help.
Please contact us at floorwork.um@gmail.com if you have any questions or concerns.


Jacqueline Luty
Kaia Costanza
Zofia Witkowski-Blake


Director: Reis Low
Video Editor and Sound Designer: Seb Bardouille-Thompson
Creative Producer: Anny Biagioni
Production Support: Alison Ford
Design and Production Support: Finn McHenry
Marketing Manager: Euna Marie Catampongan
Monologue Writers: Hannah Winspear-Schillings, Ivy Crago and Jean Baulch


Floor Work is a student-run theatre group that collaboratively devises movement-based, original and reimagined performance works.

Facebook @floorwoor | Instagram @floorwork.um | Email floorwork.um@gmail.com

Spending Diwali away from home can be emotionally dauting.
But do not worry, we got you covered!

Let’s celebrate Diwali virtually.
Date – 14 November
Time – 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Zoom link will be shared with everyone 2 days before the event.
See you all there.

MUMS’s Annual PuzzleHunt will be happening again this year virtually!

Date: 14-20 Dec 2020

Venue: Zoom, link to be emailed to registered teams

Signup link: Will be updated shortly; please follow our Facebook page for an update

In the meantime, have a look at our dedicated website for PuzzleHunt!


Hello everyone!
We know exam season is fast approaching which can be a stressful time for many of us 😭
BUT, you can always join us on Tuesday the 3rd of November as COSMOS joins forces with MUOSA to learn how to best tackle the exam season with Fr Isaac!! Games & Trivia will also follow for a bit of stress relief 🎉😊
Topic: MUOSA x COSMOS event
Time: Nov 3, 2020 07:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android: https://unimelb.zoom.us/j/88574931723?pwd=K3VkQmJ2TEhVdDZ4WG9xcDRrSmlnQT09
Meeting ID: 88574931723
Password: 323641
Join Zoom Meeting https://unimelb.zoom.us/j/88574931723?pwd=K3VkQmJ2TEhVdDZ4WG9xcDRrSmlnQT09
We will be giving away free exam packs for SWOTVAC 😍
Be sure to sign up for one using the google form below 💫
Please do so before Sunday 1st November 12pm to ensure you get your pack during swotvac!
Request Orthodox Exam Pack: https://forms.gle/7M8hU2f3rGkM1PVX8

Have you wrapped your ears around PRESS CLUB’s second album Wasted Energy –  released into the world last year?  Thanks to UMSU Activities you’ll get a chance to lap up awesome sounds from this delight, as well as their debut album, Late Teens.



⏰  From 1-2pm on Thursday 5 November

🎶  Tune in at 1pm by clicking on the Live video which will appear on the UMSU Activities Facebook page. We’ll also share it in the Facebook event.

👀  Get warmed up at the Press Club Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQVbFNzlagKr_oAIG3eBzZw


From conception in a garage in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick, Press Club are the musical embodiment of the attitude of a generation experiencing impermanence in every way.

 Wasted Energy  landed at #4 in the AIR album chart and #15 on the ARIA Australian Album chart, Press Club’s sonic calling cards are all present on Wasted Energy; the fuzzaddled, kicked-in speaker bass of Iain MacRae, the razor sharp guitar tones of Greg Rietwyk, the merciless drumming of Frank Lees, not to forget the emotionally charged vocal deliverance of Natalie Foster.

Wasted Energy approaches the microphone through a lens of extrospection. It examines the negative behaviours in the world around us and how we’re all learning to exist in today’s ever-evolving socio-moral landscape. It is broadly about change, and life’s watershed moments that change its course. These shifts are laterally represented lyrically and sonically in many of its songs. As seen in single, ‘THINKING ABOUT YOU’ which scored an addition at triple j and landed on a bevy of Spotify playlists (New Music Friday in the US, UK, Aus & NZ, amongst others).

Wasted Energy follows on from acclaimed debut album, Late Teens. Fuelled by debut single, the buzz-saw guitar laden, ‘HEADWRECK’, which received loyal attention from music lovers and radio alike – landing high rotation at Australia’s triple j and Fbi radio.

Above Water Launch Party

Above Water is ready to emerge.

Chuck a costume on and join the Creative Arts and Media departments as we launch volume 16 of Above Water, the creative writing and art anthology of student works.

We will also be announcing the WINNERS from our written and visual art categories!


WHAT: Above Water Launch Party
WHEN: 6pm, Friday 30th October
DRESSCODE: Halloween but make it art


Zoom link: https://unimelb.zoom.us/j/86167890968…
Password: 576373


Art Credit: Anya Wong (@iamiokzi).

Logo Credit: original design by Clara Jose, adapted by Bethany Cherry.


Above Water and the Creative Arts and Media Offices acknowledge the True Custodians of the land on which we work, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nations, and pay our respects to their Elders, past and present. We also extend our acknowledgement to the First Nations students in our community. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Nutella, Neon, Nun, NASA and Nurse, what do all these costumes have in common? They all begin with the letter ‘N’!

COVID-19 has given us the opportunity to be creative at home. We know you’re resourceful, we know you all love some fun AND we know you all want some freebies. So, we’re giving you an event that’ll showcase that talent and competitiveness of yours… 👾 MUNSS’ first-ever Online Games Night! 👾
You will be battling other teams in six fierce rounds of minigames that include trivia and more!
Keen as a bean? How do I join the event?
🗞️FRIDAY 13TH NOV via ZOOM @ 1800hr
🗞️Pre-register for this event by signing up individually or with your group using the google form below
How do I sign up?
💅Make groups of 4 and choose a group name. Eg. AVOCADO
💅ONE person in the group to fill out this google form with your individual/ group details >> https://forms.gle/2kVMekjWH9VDukBr5
💅We will post a zoom registration link closer to the event date on the FB event page: https://fb.me/e/1MlKMauvz
💅Once logged into zoom, change your display name to your group name followed by your name so we can identify your group members for breakout rooms. Eg. AVOCADO_McDreamy
💅If you don’t have a group, put “INDIVIDUAL” before your name and we’ll pop you into a group. Eg. INDIVIDUAL_Meredith
Prizes are up for grabs, as always! So, get your best and most creative friends together. Team costumes are encouraged 😉 😉 !

Get ready for an even bigger and better Apollo Virtual Concert – via YouTube live and with a THEME for the first time 🤩
💻 Apollo On Screen 💻 is centred around all screens: the big movie screen, the small tv screen, even the screen of your computer or phone. Prepare to be transported to the universes of your favourite films, series, games, and more!
Although the event is free, we will still be encouraging donations to our chosen charity for this semester – Support Act. This is Australia’s only crisis-relief charity for artists, crew and music workers, as a result of ill health, injury, a mental health problem, or some other crisis that impacts on their ability to work in music.
Check out our Facebook event for more: https://tinyurl.com/apollovirtualconcert 🤩