On Sacred Ground

Luna Park, St Kilda 1960s

Maggie Diaz has never returned to the USA, but the St Kilda area in Melbourne has been her sacred ground for more than 40 years.   We think it’s fitting, that at 87 years young and now recovered from pneumonia, she has an event close to home. 

Situated right next door to the Sacred Heart Community, where Maggie has been in residence since January, Graze on Grey is a stylish venue and the perfect location for a little show. 





When Maggie was first settling into the ‘Aged Care’ environment earlier this year, we would wander in to Graze for good coffee, food and chat and then we started to meet friends and patrons of the Diaz project there.  I joked with chefs and owners – Neil and Mo that we were using their restaurant as our office and lounge room and they encouraged us to do just that.  The next logical step was to hang some pictures! 











Print selection is in progress, so we welcome suggestions!  If you have a favourite Diaz image that you would love to see featured, please let me know…


Table for 18 Event

 First 18 people to book for dinner, will join us for our opening event.  

Thursday 1st of November 6.30pm

Graze on Grey, 103 Grey Street, St Kilda / Phone:  9077 0421

You will be greeted on arrival with complimentary French bubbles and canapes.  This will be followed by a 3 course menu, which has been designed especially for us (includes vegetarian options) and all for the great price of $65

Framed Diaz prints will be on display – along with folios of prints to look through with Maggie.

Strictly Bookings only:   http://www.trybooking.com/BZBK

To view the menu, go to www.grazeongrey.com

Your dinner price will be refunded on any purchase of a Limited Edition Diaz print. 

5% of all sales will go to Sacred Heart Mission – The Heart of St Kilda www.sacredheartmission.org


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