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8th edition of the MINA's International Mobile Innovation Screening

BY MINA | 14-Feb-2018
In its 8th edition MINA, the Mobile Innovation Network and Association, will present a public screening of smartphone, mobile and pocket films in Melbourne, Australia and at Ngā Tonga Sound and Vision (New Zealand Archive of Film, Television and Sound) in Wellington, New Zealand.

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Judges announced for the John Fries Award 2018

BY morey media | 06-Feb-2018
The Copyright Agency today announces its esteemed judging panel for the 9th Annual John Fries Award 2018, for which the call for entries is now open.

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Fantastic Fine Findings For Fossicking Collectors on February 5th

BY Amanda Addams Auctions | 30-Jan-2018
What can we say but have worked extremely well throughout January to find you stunning and rare offerings in next weeks auction

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KIDS Drama Classes in CLIFTON HILL. Run by highly established drama school.

BY Drama With A Difference | 22-Jan-2018
Clifton Hill- Saturday morning drama classes for kids aged between 7 and 12. Run by Drama With A Difference- one of Australia's leading, independent drama schools and the launching pad of many successful actors, most of whom began with us when they were young. Ideal for the budding young actor, but we are equally committed to providing classes for children for recreational purposes- Drama is a wonderful self-esteem tool for all kids, regardless of what they think they want to become in their futures! We provide a safe environment for all children to access their innate creativity and no experience is required.

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KIDS' DRAMA CLASSES - KEW - Run by highly established drama school.

BY Drama With A Difference | 22-Jan-2018
KEW- After school drama classes for kids aged between 7 and 12. Taught by one of Australia's leading, independent drama schools. We have successfully operated for over twenty years, and are the launching pad of many successful actors- most of whom began with us as youngsters. We are also committed to offering classes to children who want to join for recreational reasons- Drama is great for overcoming shyness, increasing self-esteem, learning to speak in front of a group, making new friends, or just having fun!

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CLIFTON HILL- Acting classes for secondary school aged students (12-17) by established schoool

BY Drama With A Difference | 22-Jan-2018
CLIFTON HILL drama classes for young people aged between 12 and 17. Run by one of Australia's most established drama schools, which has successfully operated for over twenty years. We are also the launching pad of many successful actors, who began with us as teenagers. Ideal for aspiring actors, as well as those looking for recreational drama classes.

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Immigrant Union // New Single

BY Show off Services | 01-Jul-2013
Take Brent DeBoer of The Dandy Warhols, add Bob Harrow (The
Lazy Sons) and pair them with four more of the most exciting
and hard-working young Melbourne-based musicians today. Forged in the fires of Melbourne’s iconic Cherry Bar through a chance meeting between DeBoer and Harrow, this is Australian psych folk / country supergroup Immigrant Union – comprised of DeBoer, Harrow, Courtney Barnett, Bones Sloan, Dave Mudie and Peter Lubulawa – and their latest single ‘Alison’ taken from forthcoming album Anyway.

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NAIDOC opening Fri 5 July, 5 for 5.30pm - Inside Indigenous Perspectives

BY Post Office Gallery | 01-Jul-2013
Opening and Welcome by Bonnie Fagan, Manager, Aboriginal Education Centre, University of Ballarat and Wadawurrung Traditional Owner, on Friday 5 July @ 5 for 5.30pm. Indigenous artists from Hopkins Correctional Facility and Langi Kal Kal present their recent work including poetry, writing, painting and drawing in an exhibition exploring diverse themes and ideas, celebrating their Aboriginality and NAIDOC 2013.

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BANGARRA DANCE THEATRE PRESENTS KINSHIP

BY Justine Caldwell | 01-Jul-2013
Touring Victoria and Tasmania during. August and September 2013. Internationally acclaimed Bangarra Dance Theatre has created a breathtaking theatrical experience by award-winning choreographer Stephen Page set to tour Victoria and Hobart.

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The Hawkesbury Art Prize 2013

BY Purple Noon Gallery | 01-Jul-2013
The Hawkesbury Art Prize 2013. The closing date for entries this year is 30th September 2013. The theme remains Contemporary Australian Identity and 1st prize $10,000. Three judges and three Highly Commended prizes each $1000.

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RED STITCH THEATRE APPOINTS NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

BY Mary Thompson - tspublicity | 28-Jun-2013
Red Stitch is pleased to announce the appointment of Ella Caldwell as its new Artistic Director. Ella Caldwell will commence her new role at Red Stitch Theatre in July succeeding David Whiteley who has decided to stand down after almost nine years.

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The Table of Knowledge

BY MGM | 28-Jun-2013
A dynamic theatrical dialogue about corruption, power and democracy

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C.1907 ARTSPACE MUNGANBANA EXHIBITION 9-20 JULY 2013

BY Barbara Miller | 28-Jun-2013
An exciting new collection of Aboriginal art on the theme of Rainforest and Reef by rainforest Aboriginal artist Munganbana or Norman Miller will be exhibited during NAIDOC Week in the Cairns City Place. The work features landscapes, seascapes and riverscapes and features many of the animal, bird, plant and sealife of the region. The exhibition will be in the C.1907 Contemporary Artspace from 9-20 July from 10am – 6pm with free entry. An opening will be held on Thursday 11 July from 5.30-7.30pm with light refreshments at which Munganbana will be launching a - boomerang petition.

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Blues Boot camp comes to Courthouse ARTS

BY Chelsea Hatherall | 26-Jun-2013
Following the continued growth and success of Blues Boot Camps over the last 3 years, Wayne Jury with Courthouse Arts is proud to present Blues Boot Camp 2013.

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Shakespearean race riots in Sydney from July 31

BY Sirmai Arts Marketing | 26-Jun-2013
Two households. Both alike in dignity. In fair Cronulla. Romeo + Juliet in modern dress with modern music and modern weapons. Set in Cronulla. It’s romantic. It’s violent. It’s now.

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KITE CLUB'S NEWEST SINGLE 'JUPITER SMILING'

BY Higher Plains | 26-Jun-2013
FROM THE UPCOMING DEBUT ALBUM FRESH AIR FOR HUMANS. Euphoric, soul-stirring indie-pop written lovingly under the East coast Australian sun. This is Melbourne-based five-piece Kite Club and their latest single Jupiter Smiling - taken from forthcoming debut album Fresh Air For Humans.

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Beads mE Spring Collection entry: Australian Craft Awards

BY Beads mE | 26-Jun-2013
Using both classic and unique designs to creating an expensive, stylish look. I am a Melbourne based jewellery designer with a passion for semi precious stones and pearls.

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DARWIN FESTIVAL 2013 LAUNCHES ‘THIS TERRITORY LIFE’

BY Mary Thompson - tspublicity.com.au | 26-Jun-2013
TICKETS ON SALE 9AM THURSDAY 27 JUNE. The pinnacle of the Northern Territory’s dry season, Darwin Festival, returns from 8 - 25 August with a program set to excite, tantalise and intrigue. With Artistic Director Edwina Lunn returning for her second year at the helm, audiences can expect a program brimming with offerings that explore what it is that makes up - This Territory Life.

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The Native Institute

BY Blacktown Arts Centre | 25-Jun-2013
In dialogue with the community, local historians and academics and led by artist-provocateur Brook Andrew, Aboriginal artists Daniel Boyd, Robyn Caughlan, Karla Dickens, r e a, Leanne Tobin and Jason Wing have created an exhibition in response to the Blacktown Native Institute Site.

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13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird, #8

BY Holly Crawford | 25-Jun-2013
Where in the world will #9- #13 be? #1-8: Florence, Italy; Berlin, Germany; Valencia, Spain; London, UK; NYC, Riverside, CA; Puerto Varas, Chile, NYC. Constructed, popped and re-invented of ephemeral and renewable material. Every installation is different, of course. Things fall apart. Get use to it. --Yeats. Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird is a way of declaring that no blackbird exists and that instead there are only varieties of imaginary perspective that may bring blackbirds into being. Harold Rosenburg, The Anxious Object

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Pozible - Crowdfunding Workshops for Adelaide and Brisbane!

BY Pozible | 24-Jun-2013
In June, we're cranking up the number of crowdfunding events we're hosting. We literally can't fly all over the country to meet all the demand for our insights on how to run a Pozible campaign, so we're delegating the task to some of our awesome Ambassadors.

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IMPORTANT ESTATE AUCTION

BY DAVID FREEMAN | 24-Jun-2013
Under instructions from Estate Balwyn North (ex St. Kilda East) Kew, Camberwell, Templestowe, Glen Waverley, Essendon etc. Important collection of Art, Antiques, collectables , furniture and decorative wares

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Proposal Call Out: Oct 2013 - April 2014

BY Marie Schoenmaker | 22-Jun-2013
Conduit Arts Initiative are currently seeking applications for October 2013 to April 2014.
Conduit Arts offers a flexible programming structure with the duration of projects variable from one day up to one month. Conduit Arts encourages applications from all artists, curators, collaborations and mediums including performance, installation, and durational based practices.

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Love and Limerence by Gina Kalabishis

BY Catherine Asquith Gallery | 22-Jun-2013
This new body of work by Melbourne-based artist, Gina Kalabishis, loosely referencing the St Valentine’s Day narrative as immortalized in Joan Lindsey’s Picnic at Hanging Rock , re-examines the Australian landscape, from a very specific female perspective: rather than compositions of grand epic vistas, these oil on linen paintings consider its minutiae.

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DERINYA ART & CRAFT EXHIBITION 2013

BY Sabina D'Antonio | 22-Jun-2013
I am very excited to announce that not only have i been invited to this amazing show, but that i will be in attendance. So come meet me in person and enjoy a great evening of art! Come and view this amazing Pop Up Gallery in the Derinya Primary School Hall featuring over 400 local and interstate artists. Displays include painting, photography, craft, sculpture, jewelry. All pieces for sale. So come join us at either the popular Friday Opening Night social event, or at your leisure over the weekend.

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Colour in Relief

BY Jackie Hocking | 21-Jun-2013
Linocuts and Woodblocks from the APW Open Access Studio by Kate Hudson, Ellie Malin, Marie Mason and Stephen McCarthy

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Grant Nimmo - World headquarters 2013 @ Anna Pappas Gallery

BY Anna Pappas Gallery | 21-Jun-2013
Grant Nimmo creates intuitive and imaginative paintings. Enveloping himself in the process of painting Nimmo rarely leaves a work until the piece is complete, detaching himself from the chaotic world around him. Within his loose layers of paint Nimmo references a society that is becoming less and less about people seeking enjoyment and contentment, a community that is sinking into a state of perpetual anxiety and excess.

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Michaela Gleave - Universal Truths @ Anna Pappas Gallery

BY Anna Pappas Gallery | 21-Jun-2013
Michaela Gleave continues her long term fascination with knowledge systems and ponders our place within reality in her latest solo exhibition Universal Truths. Inspired by a research residency with the CSIRO’s Astronomy and Space Science Division and building on from a successful solo exhibition at ART HK 2012 with Anna Pappas Gallery, Gleave casts her eye out to the furthest reaches of time and space, questioning the essence of reality and the fate of the universe through perceptually challenging wall works and a large-scale LED structure. The exhibition poetically engages with light, space and the formation of meaning.

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Hpscotch Films is presenting - Satellite Boy

BY Hopscotch Films | 21-Jun-2013
Satellite Boy is a new Australian film, which premiered at the prestigious 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. The first feature from award-winning director Catriona McKenzie, it tells the story of 12-year-old Pete, who lives in the remote Kimberley area with his grandfather. When his grandfather's home is threatened with demolition, Pete sets off for the city with his best friend to try and save his home. Legendary Australian actor David Gulpilil stars as the grandfather, well known to cinema audiences from the early 70s in his breakthrough role in Walkabout and through four decades of performances including Storm Boy, Crocodile Dundee, Ten Canoes and The Proposition. Pete is beautifully portrayed by newcomer Cameron Wallaby.

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Melbourne Design Market - Sunday 28 July

BY Melbourne Design Market | 21-Jun-2013
Australia's much-loved and original design market has launched thousands of new products, profiled hundreds of designers and provided a shopping haven for design lovers who have been flocking to this iconic event every year since 2004.

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Marina Prior- Leading Lady

BY Riverside Theatres | 20-Jun-2013
Leading Lady, An intimate performance with Marina Prior

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Falling for Sahara

BY MGM | 20-Jun-2013
Falling for Sahara tell the tale of three young African refugees in Melbourne’s inner west find that love is never simple – especially when they all have eyes for the same girl.

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Forbidden Broadway

BY The Vanguard | 20-Jun-2013
63 Characters, 21 Shows, 4 Actors, 1 Overworked Accompanist

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A New Festival For All Australians

BY AUM PR | 19-Jun-2013
Today we present the first of many eclectic announcements for Boomerang Festival – an Indigenous festival for all Australians. Boomerang Festival is the first of its kind

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Ballet RevoluciÓn - Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide

BY MGM | 19-Jun-2013
THE SHOW THAT HAS TAKEN EUROPE BY STORM RETURNS TO AUSTRALIA IN 2013

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Artist Talk with David Burrows and Julie Collins & Derek John

BY Andy Dinan MARS Gallery | 19-Jun-2013
SAVE THE DATE: Julie Irving and Greer Taylor open their new exhibitions at MARS Gallery on Tuesday 2 July, 6-8pm

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Dr Sketchy's Anti-Art School - bring a virgin for free

BY Dr Sketchy's Anti-Art School | 19-Jun-2013
Dr. Sketchy’s will cure you of every boring art class you’ve ever been to. - The Sunday Age, Melbourne. Tired of bowls of fruit and lifeless life classes? Fancy having a scribble but not sure where to start? Need something fabulous for a Sunday afternoon? Booze, Tunes, Performance, Sketching. Part art, part cabaret, all fun.

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Australian Boys Choir in Concert

BY Australian Boys Choir | 18-Jun-2013
After a triumphant tour of Malaysia, join the Australian Boys Choir and the Vocal Concert in a celebration of Australian choral music. Sunday 28 July 3pm, Sth Melb Town Hall

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Works On Paper: Denis Clarke, Elisabeth Cummings, Anais Lera.

BY Stanley Street Gallery | 18-Jun-2013
Three artist with 3 different aproaches: Denis Clake, Elisabeth Cummings, and Anais Lera. All 3 artists show how the simple gesture of a line, has the power to conjure and suggest images either dreamed or real. these images hold within them a sense of the familiar as well as the imageined. Works On Paper is a celebration of nature, we see the image and read the title, yet what we see and feel is the intense emontional respones that each artist has captured and released onto paper .

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Rudi Mineur : The Art of Miniature Sculpture

BY Lesley Kehoe Galleries | 18-Jun-2013
Rudi Mineur is an artist of great intellectual and creative stature. His netsuke are original, innovative, even daring. His use of materials is bold and inspiring. As Japanese netsuke give physical form to the soul of Japanese culture, so do Rudi’s netsuke express the essence of Australia, albeit with an intellectual and philosophical depth addressing the enigmas of the universal human condition and the natural world.

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The 47th Annual Camberwell Art Show

BY Sabina D'Antonio | 18-Jun-2013
Camberwell Art Show, not just an event ... A total experience. Come out to a great event and see some of my more contemporary abstract art, which have not been seen yet in public. The 47th Annual Camberwell Art Show is one of Australia's preeminent art competitions and exhibitions with over 1,300 paintings available for purchase.

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Albany Art Prize - call for entries

BY Albany Art Prize | 17-Jun-2013
Artists are invited to submit works for the 2013 Albany Art Prize surveying contemporary Australian painting.

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Book Launch - The Girl in the Basement - Dianne (Di) Bates

BY Dianne Bates | 17-Jun-2013
The Girl in the Basement. Enter the minds of a psychopath and a defenceless teenager in this mesmerising and timely page-turner with its unforeseeable twists and edge-of-the-seat suspense.

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Choir of Hope & Inspiration in Concert

BY CarolineK | 17-Jun-2013
If you missed seeing Beyond Hard Knocks at the Melbourne International Singers Festival, why not see the stars of the documentary live in concert! Choir of Hope & Inspiration live in Concert at the Malvern Town Hall Saturday June 22 3pm.

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Endless Day - a choral pieces which you could not live without if you were stranded on a desert island

BY Fusion | 17-Jun-2013
Have you ever thought about what choral pieces you would take with you if you were stranded on a desert island? Come and hear Fusion's list of those choral pieces they can not live without on a desert island. July 7, 3pm, The Great Hall, Brisbane School. www.fusionvocalensemble.org

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From Van Diemen's Land to the MCG

BY Lauraine Diggins Fine Art | 14-Jun-2013
From Van Diemen's Land to the MCG is an art exhibition featuring images from Colonial Hobart to Melbourne Now. Showing at Lauraine Diggins Fine Art, North Caulfield. 03 9509 9855 . Fully illustrated colour catalogue is available upon request.

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