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Published by: AMANDA ADDAMS AUCTIONS | 15-Feb-2021

Amanda Addams Auctions Pty/Ltd. Sunday 28th February 2021 “ 12 noon at 251 Jasper Road McKinnon. Viewing Saturday 27th February from 11 am to 5 pm. Sale includes the Lillian Frank collection, Estates James Lee “ Briar Hill, Michael Stanley King-Napthalia, David Moyshe D'Israel-Kew, collection Karin Koeppen- Cuckoo Restaurant “ Olinda. Also contents from homes in Bentleigh, Caulfield, Hampton, Toorak, Templestowe, Rosebud, and Devonport Tasmania. The rooms are full of amazing and varied items, the vast majority is to be sold without reserves.

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Published by: Walker Art Gallery | 15-Feb-2021

Five extraordinary paintings are in with a chance of winning the coveted £25,000 John Moores Painting Prize first prize. The shortlisted works are among 67 paintings selected for the biennial prize at the Walker from 12 February to 27 June 2021. A virtual tour of the exhibition can be viewed at www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/jmpp while the gallery is closed. #JMPP2020

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The A' Design Award Announces Last Call for Entries 2021

Published by: A' Design Award | 15-Feb-2021

The A' Design Award and Competition in pursuit of recognizing excellent design works that were proposed and completed within the last 10 years. Every year, A' Design Award features a reputable jury panel of specialist in various categories, to evaluate design projects that submitted to A' Design Award. First phase of the A' Design Award and Competition is the preliminary round where talented designers, companies and brands submit their design works for preliminary evaluation. Design works have received a high preliminary score in the preliminaries could proceed with final nomination. However, the registration and submission a design project for the preliminaries are free of charge, there is a fee for final nomination.

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The Chelsea International Photography Competition 2020-2021

Published by: Carolina Carilo | 15-Feb-2021

The Chelsea International Photography Competition (CIPC) celebrates gifted, notable, and fresh talents in the world of photography. Professional and amateur photographers, at any stage of their careers, are invited to participate in the competition to be discovered and promoted professionally in the heart of New York's art district.

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Callout for Curators: 2021 In Focus Curator Forum

Published by: Ballarat International Foto Biennale | 14-Feb-2021

Applications are now open for this professional development program - an all-expenses paid, exclusive opportunity for emerging and mid-career curators in Australia. Presented by the Ballarat International Foto Biennale and generously supported by The Ian Potter Foundation, the In Focus Curator Forum is a rewarding and intensive program to develop the practice of curation. Successful applicants will be mentored by and gain unique insight into the careers of established curators Alasdair Foster, Vikki McInnes, Talia Smith and Jake Treacy.

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On Revolution

Published by: Predrag Delibasich | 11-Feb-2021

ACT artist Elizabeth Kelly is our Artist in Residence “ she says it's time for artists to rethink how we conduct ourselves¯in a truly revolutionary manner - to stand against the habits of¯plastic waste, fossil fuel dependence and pollution. Revolution also refers to a circle, and in this case, a circular economy.

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Mysterious Al reveals most immersive art experience yet ” SPOOKHOUSE

Published by: Mysterious Al | 9-Feb-2021

Following the success of his walkthrough art experience Blinking into the Sunlight in 2019, renowned street-artist Mysterious Al presents SPOOKHOUSE ” a new multi-sensory art exhibition experience set inside a re-imagined fairground ghost train. Climb aboard a rickety cart and journey through a twisting labyrinth of animated characters, paintings, projections and special effects created by Mysterious Al. SPOOKHOUSE will take over HoMie's warehouse located at 35-53 Emma Street, Collingwood, and becomes Al's most ambitious project yet. Opening Friday 19 - Sunday 28 March for people of all ages, the world first concept continues the artist's long history of hosting art exhibitions in unusual spaces.

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Truth, tech, and sex collide on the KXT stage in the world premiere of You're Not Special

Published by: RPPR | 9-Feb-2021

From 5th to 20th March, Rogue Projects, in association with Bakehouse Theatre Company, will present the world premiere of Sam O'Sullivan's much-anticipated new play You're Not Special; a wickedly dark comedy about relationships, intimacy, and the dangerous line between truth and fiction in the digital age. #URnotSpecial #KXTSydney @bakehousetheatrecompany @rogueprojectsau

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Balancing Act

Published by: Art Gallery of WA | 8-Feb-2021

Our story is not one story, but many stories to share. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #myagwamoment #balancingact

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Capturing the Light is what this Queensland female artist does best

Published by: Kathryn Coller | 5-Feb-2021

Some artists have what appears to be a magic touch in making a scene so realistic by their strong sense of light. Tricia Taylor, a Master Pastellist is consistently able to convey her thorough and comprehensive knowledge in the use of pastels in her work. The Pastel Society of Australia Inc [PSA Inc] has a high standard of expectations for every artist seeking admission. Sound drawing skills, appropriate use of colour, consistent technical skill level and the ability to demonstrate these qualities to the viewer are just some of the competencies required. Tricia brings abundant creative skills to her easel with every work in her upcoming exhibition at the Redcliffe Old Fire Station Gallery. She will be conducting several workshops and one free demonstration to the public during February and March this year.

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Published by: Linden New Art | 4-Feb-2021

NICHOLAS FOLLAND > BURN DOWN THE HOUSE. 13 February 2021 > 16 May 2021. Burn Down the House in not a provocative invitation to act, rather, it is a philosophical pondering that tests the limits of domesticity, our relationship with nature and the potential to overturn dominant political and social systems.

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Art Lovers Australia opens gallery on Gold Coast

Published by: Solstice Media | 2-Feb-2021

One of Australia's largest online art platforms created to help make buying original art accessible to everyone has upended pandemic business trends by expanding from its online offering to open its first bricks and mortar gallery.

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Lab.18 art contest

Published by: Margherita | 2-Feb-2021

Lab.18 art contest, is a call for submissions open to all kind of artists. Works allowed in the art competition are: drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, graphics, mix media and video. A great opportunity for the artists, which can win a cash prize, have the opportunity to exhibit the artworks and much more.

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Turner's Turn

Published by: Glen Street Theatre | 2-Feb-2021

Geraldine Turner is a true icon of Australian show business.

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Ash Keating - Duality

Published by: Linden New Art | 1-Feb-2021

Following a year of creative experimentation and marking a major transition in technique, leading mid-career Melbourne based artist Ash Keating's new series expands the physical and psychological complexity of his work.

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Freespace Jazz Fest keeps jazz alive amid Covid-19

Published by: Sammy Heung / The University of Hong Kong | 1-Feb-2021

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, everything seems gloomy and lifeless. But in West Kowloon, groups of musicians managed to keep jazz alive and added some zest into the pandemic stricken world. The Freespace Jazz Fest held in West Kowloon Freespace and Art Park from November 6 to 8 had rejuvenated Hongkongers who were fatigued by the pandemic and reunited the musicians and their long-lost audience.

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2021 LGBTQI Out Loud Art Prize - CASH PRIZES!

Published by: Lesley Dimmick | 30-Jan-2021

International & Local Artists invited to submit digital art or digital images of art to Tap Gallery Sydney for entry in the annual LGBTQI Mardi Gras Art Prize. To submit online: https://2021sydneymardigrasoutloudartprize.artcall.org/ More info contact info@tapgallery.org.au First Prize a 1 week solo gallery show, and the top 30 entries submtted will be displayed online and at Tap Gallery over Mardigras 2021

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Romance to survive Covid thanks to novel Valentine's Day gift from Adelaide Fringe artist and Love letter enthusiast

Published by: Phi Theodoros | 30-Jan-2021

When dating options took a hit during the height of Covid-19 social distancing restrictions, Adelaide Fringe artist, Phi Theodoros, put down her ukulele and turned to her pen to keep the romance alive with her partner through the art of the love letter. Now to encourage people to feel the love this Valentines Day, she's offering a personalised shout out during her show for any audiences who book 2 or more tickets to her Show "Love at a Distance"before February 14th

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