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A grain of gold - studio glass by Holly Grace

BY Beaver Galleries | 22-Feb-2019
A grain of gold - studio glass by Holly Grace

Holly Grace’s new exhibition explores the history and motivations behind early European settlement in the Australian Highlands. She examines their search for material wealth within a landscape of immaterial beauty, juxtaposing the two through imagery painted, etched and projected onto glass objects.

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Glyphs: homage to country - paintings, works on paper & sculpture by GW Bot

BY Beaver Galleries | 22-Feb-2019
homage to country - paintings

“In my art, glyphs are the language of the landscape, a very intimate process of mark making that comes from the land itself. It is a visible and physical collaboration with nature in all of its forms and moods, the shapes of rocks, mountains, trees and dry lakes, the grasses and the wind in the grass as well as the changing conditions of light.” In all variations of her work, GW Bot marries a mastery of technique with unlimited creativity and intuition.

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Call for entries: Footscray Art Prize

BY Footscray Art Prize | 22-Feb-2019
Call for entries Footscray Art Prize

The biennial Footscray Art Prize is now open for entries, giving artists from across Australia the opportunity to showcase their art in the thriving creative hub of Footscray, and share in $17,500 worth of prizes.

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Second Sight: Witchcraft, Ritual, Power

BY UQ Art Museum | 22-Feb-2019
Second Sight Witchcraft Ritual Power

Second Sight: Witchcraft, Ritual, Power brings together artists who conjure ideas related to witchcraft, sorcery and magical practices. The exhibition offers a space for intuition, rituals, collective happenings, incantations, and peripheral activity — practices recurrently dismissed as mere magical phenomena.

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Dive into the World of Gossip

BY Lee-Ann Joy | 22-Feb-2019

Let’s talk about Melanie Jame Wolf, an artist with over ten years’ experience in theatre and performance who has debuted at The Substation with her first solo exhibition called CHORUS, emerging a new stream of creative energy into video installation.

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LARS BREUER | TO THE HAPPY FEW

BY MARS Gallery | 21-Feb-2019
LARS BREUER - TO THE HAPPY FEW

Breuer’s work borrows motifs from key literature, philosophy and art movements of the 20th Century, including decorative art, futurism, minimalism and pop art. His body of work ranges from abstract and figurative paintings to text based installations. Often working with a self-designed grid-like typography, Breuer encourages the viewer to shift between viewing his work as an abstract pattern, or searching for the meaning behind his chosen text and symbols. Breuer’s exhibition coincides with the unveiling of a public art installation by the artist across MARS Gallery’s ten metre high, east facing external wall, proudly supported by the City of Stonnington.

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Dani McKenzie | Visions

BY MARS Gallery | 21-Feb-2019
Dani McKenzie - Visions

Visions, re-examines the way images elicit self-reflection and analysis. Namely, how photographs change the experience of being and living. McKenzie's paintings ultimately unpick moments of the past, reassessing them to form new meanings in the present.

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Westerly - The Play

BY Tanya Hendy | 20-Feb-2019

Westerly: The ‘zhuzhed-up’ coffee shop comedy complete with ugly shoes, Bloody Marys, Beyoncé, love’s ‘Eternal Flame’, and a Spanish speaking not-so-creepy man.

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Sydney premiere of FIERCE by Jane e Thompson

BY Elly Baxter PR | 20-Feb-2019
Sydney premiere of FIERCE by Jane e Thompson

What if a woman was drafted in the men’s AFL? This is the provocative question at the heart of Jane e Thompson’s play FIERCE which tracks the career of Suzie Flack, an extraordinarily talented Australian Rules Football player who achieves her lifelong dream of being drafted to play alongside her male counterparts in the AFL. This raw but imaginative play explores the impact of this success on Flack and on her family, her relationships, her team and the sport as a whole.

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Fringe Wives Club: Glittergrass

BY Laura Trenerry | 19-Feb-2019
Fringe Wives Club  Glittergrass

'Three comedy goddesses' (Theatre People) return with an all-new champagne-fuelled sucker punch at Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

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Wellness: A Social Justice Play

BY The Kate Cameron Company | 19-Feb-2019
Wellness A Social Justice Play

Wellness is a social satire exposing the prejudices we as a society still allow and encourage in spite of our contemporary ideals of acceptance and inclusivity. A diverse cast of four grope towards an understanding of how their actions affect the life of one woman, not to mention the repercussions. Wellness is the culmination of a lifetime of experiences crying out for an audience. #wellness #wellnesstheplay #livetheatre #actorlife #healthandwellness #bodyissues

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