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The Mist That Follows Rain | Solo Exhibition | Graham Marchant

BY Artsite Contemporary | 29-Sep-2022
The Mist That Follows Rain | Solo Exhibition | Graham Marchant

“On my morning walks and through observing the neighbouring gardens from my studio, I became enthralled with how the mist that followed the rain enveloped everything, blanketing the landscape, and dissolving space. The opaque skies concealed and at times revealed a transformed view of the exiting terrain.”

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The Caretaker

BY Ensemble Theatre | 20-Sep-2022
The Caretaker

Regarded as one of the most significant plays of the twentieth century, Harold Pinter’s THE CARETAKER follows three men trapped in a room, and the power plays that go on between them. Directed by Iain Sinclair (A View from the Bridge, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), this literary masterpiece will mesmerise audiences at Ensemble Theatre from 14th October until 19th November.

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Exhibition an immersive experience of Deaf Culture

BY Hyphen - Wodonga Library Gallery | 16-Sep-2022
Exhibition an immersive experience of Deaf Culture

The latest exhibition at Hyphen provides a unique and fascinating insight into Deaf culture and experience. What I Wish I’d Told You, by Claire Bridge and Chelle Destefano, affirms Deaf voices, identity and culture featuring more than 70 collaborators including artists such as Kate Just. This touring exhibition bridges Deaf and hearing worlds with immersive, largescale video projections transforming Hyphen’s Playspace Gallery into a Deaf space - a place of belonging and affirmation of sign language, culture and Deafhood.

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Art Exhibition | Kim Wilson 'Arboreal'

BY Mitchell Fine Art | 14-Sep-2022
Art Exhibition | Kim Wilson - Arboreal

Brisbane based artist Kim Wilson mixes the surreal with the hyper real to highlight the natural beauty of the landscape around us in her first solo exhibition at Mitchell Fine Art from 23rd September.

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Past The Shallows

BY Kabuku PR | 13-Sep-2022
Past The Shallows

Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) and Archipelago Productions are proud to present Julian Lanarch’s adaptation of Favel Parrett’s Past The Shallows from Wednesday 12th October to Wednesday 9th November at The Rebel Theatre.

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Kennedy Prize 2022 Winner Captures Beauty in the Cycle of Life

BY Jeff Smith | 10-Sep-2022
Kennedy Prize 2022 Winner Captures Beauty in the Cycle of Life

An initially intended painting of fresh flowers that left Australian visual artist Byron Copland dissatisfied has won the 2022 Kennedy Prize for its inherent and thought-provoking take on beauty. The celebrated national visual art competition, which called for entries under the theme of ‘Beauty’, has attracted a record-breaking number of entries this year from Australia’s finest artists for the $25,000 prize. Wollongong based visual artist Byron Copland, who has a passion for nature and the environment, created the award-winning artwork – entitled Ageing Still Life Diptych – using oils on wood panel. @kennedyartsfoundation

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Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll is coming to Adelaide

BY Rain Fuller | 9-Sep-2022
Shake Rattle n Roll is coming to Adelaide

Following sell-out seasons at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne and theatres across the country, the rock ‘n’ roll spectacular, Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll is making its way back to the iconic theatre in Adelaide on 1 October.

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Belvoir presents Looking For Alibrandi

BY Kabuku Public Relations | 9-Sep-2022
Belvoir presents Looking For Alibrandi

Three generations of women. The Italian-Australian experience. A tale of Sydney. A much-loved modern classic novel, a ground-breaking film, and now on stage at Belvoir, a simply great night out.

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Three Colours: Yellow | Group Exhibition

BY Artsite Contemporary | 8-Sep-2022
Three Colours: Yellow | Group Exhibition

When Vincent van Gogh arrived in southern France in the spring of 1888, he immediately wrote to his brother Théo: “The sun dazzles me and goes to my head, a sun, a light that I can only call yellow, sulphur yellow, lemon yellow, golden yellow. How lovely yellow is!”

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Art Exhibition | Peter Hudson 'Note to God'

BY Mitchell Fine Art | 23-Aug-2022
Art Exhibition | Peter Hudson - Note to God

An exhibition reflecting a painters life growing up influenced by the gift of the Australian landscape is showing at Mitchell Fine Art in Fortitude Valley from 6th September. @mitchellfineartgallery @peterhudsonart

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David Asher Brook | Solo Exhibition

BY Artsite Contemporary | 17-Aug-2022
David Asher Brook | Solo Exhibition

"The act of painting outside can often be uneasy whilst coupled with euphoria. In my mind the approach of painting from life feels wholesome and present, it imparts a sense of being and opportunity which makes one feel they are just at the beginning." A solo exhibition by David Asher Brook opening on Sunday 21 August (3pm - 5pm), available until 4 September 2022.

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