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Call for submissions for 2017 International Photo Biennale (China)

BY Songzhuang International Photo Biennale (China) | 14-Apr-2017
2017 Songzhuang International Photo Biennale (China) is now accepting applications from photo artists, visit our website at https://szipb.org

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ArtSHINE Gallery introduces “Oztronomy” Solo Exhibition by Ed Hurst, Opening 6pm to 8pm Thursday 11 May 2017!!!

BY Mickie with ArtSHINE Gallery in Chippendale | 13-Apr-2017
Save the Date in May! You will be captivated with a whole new way of seeing the world through a lens!! ArtSHINE Gallery is working with Head On Festival the largest festival in Sydney for Photography! ~ “Oztronomy” Exhibition: runs 01st- 28th May by Ed Hurst. Make your way to in Chippendale on Thursday night from 6-8pm on the 11 May 2017 for the official opening!!! (Date was updated so please note it is on Thursday!!!) #artshinegallery #chippendale #art #photography #astrophotography

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Perth Artist Cindy Parsley to exhibit at Agora Gallery New York!

BY Agora Gallery | 13-Apr-2017
Come see the unique art of Cindy Parsley @ Agora Gallery.

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AUSSIE CLASSIC’S LONG-AWAITED RETURN - DOWN AN ALLEY FILLED WITH CATS

BY Sirmai Arts Marketing | 13-Apr-2017
Throwing Shade Theatre Company in association with EMU Productions presents DOWN AN ALLEY FILLED WITH CATS by Warwick Moss at King Street Theatre from 25 April. Timothy Timmony is the elderly, cultured proprietor of a book shop in a Sydney area that is being redeveloped, the last building still standing. Simon Matthews, an uncultured but not insensitive adventurer, comes to the shop in pursuit of a particular volume at closing time. Just as Simon discovers that the book has been sold to his arch enemy, the landlord locks them both in the building for the night. It soon becomes obvious that the book contains a code which identifies the whereabouts of an invaluable artefact. Through the night the two combatants manoeuvre for position…

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Melbourne WebFest 2017 Program Launch

BY Melbourne WebFest | 13-Apr-2017
This year's festival will be our fifth anniversary and man are we excited! Help us celebrate the official program launch of Melbourne WebFest 2017. A total of 50 of the best web series from Australia and around the world will be screened as part of our Official Selections. Our Spotlight program will showcase amazing Melbourne-made series, and our new student showcase will present a number or talented emerging screen producers.

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'Artistic Diversity' Art Exhibition

BY Redcliffe Art Society | 12-Apr-2017
Artistic Diversity is, as the name suggests, a collection of artworks of diverse inspiration, subject matter and media by three talented artists - Gaye Cook, Christine Groh and Noeleen McLucas. 

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Euro Pop superstars BONEY M perform all their Greatest Hits across Australia in October!

BY Metropolis Touring | 12-Apr-2017
BONEY M perform all their Greatest Hits including "Daddy Cool", "Sunny", "Ma Baker", "Rivers of Babylon", "Ra-Ra-Rasputin", “Brown Girl in the Ring” plus more!

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Dynamic designers sought for 2018 Adelaide Fringe Poster

BY Adelaide Fringe | 12-Apr-2017
The Adelaide Fringe Poster competition is as iconic as the festival itself. Each year since the birth of the festival, the Adelaide Fringe hero image has been a poster competition entry, with previous winners including artists such as Bronwyn Platten, Vytas Serelis, Driller Jet Armstrong, Sue Ninham, Michael Atchison, Pro Hart, Jonathon Oxlade and Jennifer Rimbault.

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Thomas Oliver reveals a stunning live video of ‘Losin’ and announces Australian tour dates in June

BY Sarah Guppy - This Much Talent | 12-Apr-2017
It was the heartstring-tugging single that whisked Thomas Oliver into 2017 with that same grace and poise that has come to define his work. Now, the Australian-born New Zealand-based singer/songwriter is pleased to present a live video of ‘Losin’ and also reveal that he is coming to our shores on a run of live shows this June.

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TIM MOXAM AND LIZ STRINGER ANNOUNCE CO-HEADLINE TOUR

BY Danae Effern | 12-Apr-2017
Following their debut collaborative tour of the east coast of Canada, during a chilly February 2017, Roaring Girl Records label-mates Tim Moxam (CAN) and Australia’s own Liz Stringer are reuniting for a month of Australian dates in May. Under the auspice of respected Canadian musician and general manager Miranda Mulholland, Roaring Girl Records is a boutique Toronto-based label, dedicated to supporting the finest independent artists from around the world. Stringer joined the fold for the release of her 2016 LP, “All The Bridges” on July 1st, with Toronto’s Tim Moxam releasing his debut solo record “Soft Summer” through Roaring Girl in April 2016.

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Boutique Theatre transport Melbourne to a Russian Fairytale Land with this Australian Premiere Season

BY Sassy Red PR | 12-Apr-2017
Always sleep with one eye open... #BoutiqueTheatre #FairytaleLives. With Meg Miroshnik’s opulent, post-Soviet Moscow play, 'The Fairytale Live of Russian Girls', Melbourne’s Boutique Theatre once again offer up an Australian premiere season that promises something unique and thrilling for theatre lovers. Running from the 19th to the 27th of May at St Martins Youth Arts Centre, this exciting new production features an all female-cast and is helmed by award-winning Russian Director, Elizabeth Millington.

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Judges announced for prestigious Parkin Drawing Award

BY Rebecca Reed | 12-Apr-2017
The judging panel consisting of recognised art practitioners, collectors, commentators and academics have been selected for 2017 Parkin Drawing Prize national competition. The prestigious award attracting a major prize of $20,000 was launched five years ago by Chris Parkin, arts patron, philanthropist and former owner of Museum Art Hotel in Wellington. Entries are now open to anyone living permanently in New Zealand. 10 highly commended prizes each worth $500.00 will also be offered, providing an added incentive for artists.

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Double Denim @ Melbourne International Comedy Festival

BY PBP | 11-Apr-2017
An extra Double Denim show announced for Melbourne International Comedy Festival. 21 April, 11pm @ Belleville, Globe Alley Melbourne @doubledenim17

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Fraudband play free one-off headline show

BY Neumusak | 11-Apr-2017
After a string of shows supporting label mates Powerline Sneakers' album launch, Swiss noise rockers Closet Disco Queen and Roman Tucker's new outfit Checkout, Fraudband step out for a headline show in their own right. @Fraudband #Fraudband

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Call for entries now open! - 2017 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize

BY Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize | 11-Apr-2017
2017 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize. The 2017 Call for Entries is now open for the 17th Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize. Artists are invited to present images of their proposed or completed original and freestanding sculptures. The submitted art works must also be non-site specific, three-dimensional and constructed of durable materials up to 80cm in any dimension.

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Ocean Imaginaries

BY RMIT Gallery | 10-Apr-2017
Responding to a recent turn to the ocean in the environmental humanities, this international exhibition considers how reflections on the ocean are aesthetically reconfigured when viewed from a contemporary urban perspective. Curated by Linda Williams. Part of CLIMARTE’s ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017 - a festival of exhibitions and events harnessing the creative power of the Arts to inform, engage and inspire action on climate change.

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The Art of Sustainability

BY Box Hill Community Arts Centre | 10-Apr-2017
This group exhibition features artists who respect the environment and respond to principles of sustainability in their art practice.

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Alcove Art Shop - Autumn Artistry

BY Box Hill Community Arts Centre | 10-Apr-2017
Come and enjoy the textures and colours of autumn.

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Matsudo Week Exhibition - Hanakotoba: The Japanese Language of Flowers

BY Box Hill Community Arts Centre | 10-Apr-2017
This exhibition celebrates the Sister City Relationship between Whitehorse and Matsudo and is the outcome of artist Marynes Avila’s residency at Box Hill Community Arts Centre.

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Australia's Next Generation Music Theatre Stars in RENT, this April at the Athenaeum

BY Sassy Red PR | 10-Apr-2017
Set in New York City, RENT is a powerful tale about falling in love, finding your voice... and living for today. #FedUni #RENTFed

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TMO Russian Program Features World Premiere With Two Soloists

BY Event Manager | 10-Apr-2017
The Metropolitan Orchestra’s second Met Concert for 2017 on May 6th will enjoy a distinctly Russian flavour with the bonus of two Australian soloists and a World Premiere performance.

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Midnight Modern by Tom Blachford

BY Black Eye Gallery | 09-Apr-2017
Black Eye Gallery is pleased to announce the April 2017 release of Midnight Modern publication and exhibition.

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MILAGRO TEQUILA LAUNCHES ‘MUSEO OF MIRACLES’ AT SOCAL, NEUTRAL BAY

BY MILAGRO TEQUILA | 08-Apr-2017
This May, the world’s most-awarded tequila Milagro will unveil an exciting art exhibition by Mexico City based photographer Mark Alor Powell at SoCal Neutral Bay. The fifteen piece pop-up gallery named the ‘Museo of Miracles’ captures the everyday wonders of Mexico City and ultimately the inspiration behind the Milagro brand, from its fantastical and surreal architecture to its expressive street art and creative people. @MilagroTequila #MilagroTequila #MuseoOfMiracles

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Australian Satirical Novel Unwraps Time, Universe and Meaning of Life - Miles Hunt

BY Sirmai Arts Marketing | 08-Apr-2017
The Unfortunate Death of James Douglas O’Flaherty - By Miles Hunt. James Douglas O’Flaherty (Jimmy) walks outside his house one evening on his way to dinner and is killed when a tree branch falls on his head. The branch would’ve missed him if only he hadn’t returned to his house moments before to turn off a light, which he’d only done because a podcast he had listened to six months earlier about the dire consequences of global warming had inspired him to ‘make a difference’. This difference would cost him his life.

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INT. at The Owl and Cat Theatre

BY Catherine Holder | 07-Apr-2017
On a scale of 1-10, how much of a woman are you?

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Be part of Melbourne’s most exciting new men’s choir program - MEN ALOUD!

BY CarolineK | 07-Apr-2017
Dr Jonathon Welch AM & the School of Hard Knocks invite all male singers to join MEN ALOUD! Building positive physical and mental wellbeing for men of all ages through singing and friendship. Weekly rehearsals Sunday May 21st to 4th June at St Vincent's Hospital. Perform during the Melbourne International Singers Festival, over the Queen’s Birthday weekend, 9-12 June 2017 at Melbourne Recital Centre and Deakin Edge Theatre. Now in its 8th consecutive year, Melbourne's most exciting festival for singers and choirs presents more stunning opportunities to work with some of the world's finest conductors, composers, arrangers and musicians! We would LOVE you to be part of this. @SOHKnocks @Choir_Man #MISF17

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CORANDERRK

BY PBP | 07-Apr-2017
A definitive story from our neglected Indigenous history.

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Introduction to Watercolour

BY On a Bike Art - The Beth McDonnell Gallery | 07-Apr-2017
A series of six classes where you will be introduced to the world of watercolour.

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Hopes, Fears and Dreams

BY Ness Alexandra | 07-Apr-2017
Autobiographical vignettes of the artist’s experience of “prophecy”; imagined, predicted or manifested. Carmen Olsen has an enduring fascination with astrology as a belief system and its application in life.

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Arts Projects Australia presents SOAP

BY PBP | 07-Apr-2017
SOAP - The international smash hit slips into Melbourne for its premiere season. After sell-out seasons in Edinburgh, London, Berlin, Brisbane and Adelaide Fringe (2015), SOAP is set to make a splash in its Melbourne debut at MICF 2017 with its spectacular fusion of contemporary circus, comedy and cabaret - set in, on and around bathtubs. #soaptheshow #micf #malthousetheatre

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THE SMITH STREET BAND’S FOURTH ALBUM "MORE SCARED OF YOU THAN YOU ARE OF ME" IS OUT TODAY!!

BY Danae Effern - Little Giant Agency | 07-Apr-2017
Today marks the release of The Smith Street Band’s latest album More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me. Their fourth record and the first release on the band’s very own, newly established label Pool House Records.

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HELEN DUBROVICH ~ Magical Quality in her Art!!!

BY ArtSHINE Gallery ~ Mickie | 06-Apr-2017
Get captured in another world of zen and beauty with Helen Dubrovich watercolour art. Currently working with ArtSHINE Gallery.

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A Feast of Entertainment at Bondi Pavilion

BY Alicia Undzillo | 06-Apr-2017
Bondi Feast is back at the Bondi Pavilion this winter and we are looking for artists to be part of the line-up.

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When Space Dissolves into Luminosity; Where Flowers Bloom Amidst Rocks

BY iPreciation | 06-Apr-2017
iPreciation is proud to present “When Space Dissolves into Luminosity; Where Flowers Bloom Amidst Rocks”, a group exhibition comprising works by 10 Singaporean artists - Chng Seok Tin, Han Sai Por, Chiew Sien Kuan, Oh Chai Hoo, Chua Chon Hee,  Lim Soo Ngee, Ng Siok Hoon, Terence Tan, Lynn Lim, Yang Zhong Da.

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Oliver Stone Joins Semi Permanent

BY Semi Permanent | 06-Apr-2017
The Oscar™ winning writer/director behind Scarface, Wall Street, Platoon and Snowden will discuss the power of film and its ability to create change at Semi Permanent Sydney.

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Bernd Lohaus

BY Daniel Martina | 05-Apr-2017
Daniel Marzona is pleased to announce the second solo exhibition of Bernd Lohaus.

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Mirabel Foundations Music Mirth & Mayhem 19 is on again, Monday April 19th @ Max Watts

BY Chrissie Vincent Publicity | 05-Apr-2017
Now in its 19th year, this Melbourne International Comedy Festival highlight - Music, Mirth & Mayhem is back - APRIL 17TH at Max Watt's. With the fabulously funny Lawrence Mooney as MC, this year’s line-up of local and international comedians includes: Jimeoin, Luke McGregor, Fringe Wives Club, Zach & Viggo (USA), along with music from Darren Middleton (Powderfinger), The Broads and Gawurra. That’s one helluva show….and there’s more names to be announced!

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Matty Whittle (GOD) plays debut solo set and it's free, supporting Roman Tucker's Checkout

BY Neumusak | 05-Apr-2017
Founding member of the legendary GOD, Matty Whittle steps out to perform his debut solo set supporting Roman Tucker's Checkout - and it's a free gig! #Bar303Nothcote

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Music Victoria Membership Drive 2017 – It’s A Wrap!

BY Sarah Guppy - This Much Talent | 05-Apr-2017
Music Victoria would like to thank everyone who signed up or renewed during its 2017 Membership Drive. The Usual Suspects video caught the imagination of the music community, who watched it almost 30,000 times in ten days. The Top 10 Victorian Councils for Music list was also a cause of pride and a water cooler topic for ratepayers. #supportlocalmusic #supportlivemusic

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Jordan Devlin – "Don't Wait Until I'm Dead" @ Rubicon ARI

BY Rubicon ARI | 05-Apr-2017
Rubicon ARI presents Jordan Devlin's debut exhibition, Don't Wait Until I'm Dead. The show features 15 new paintings from the Scottish artist, currently residing in Melbourne. The show opens 6pm, Wednesday 5th April, and will run until the 22nd. All welcome.

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