Abuzz - Drawings and collages by Jacqueline Rose with text by Johanna Featherstone: combine the voices of drawing and poetry.
A creative exploration into the authenticity of art and the art-making process.
Photographers, enter for your chance to exhibit in a New York gallery! With a distinguished panel of jurors and prizes valued at more than $55,000.
Submissions Due: 4 - 6 October 2018. GET YOUR ENTRIES READY: Entries will soon be called for 'The 43rd Rio Tinto Martin Hanson Memorial Art Awards'.
2018 has been a year of bar-raising in the music industry, and in classic Darebin Music Feast style, expectations will be met and surpassed with the diversity, engagement and celebration contained in the 2018 festival program. Taking place over 11 days from October 18-28, the 22nd annual Darebin Music Feast will encompass 120 events across 26 different venues, thoughtfully curated to showcase a swathe of artists and musicians who represent and reflect the rich and culturally diverse community of Darebin. Underpinning the curation of this year’s program is an intention to recognise and respond to the long-standing inequalities that exist in the music industry; gender disparity, sexism, lack of cultural diversity and all ages gigs. Over a third of the events in the 2018 program are free to attend, more than half are open to people of all ages and many are wheelchair accessible.
Hawthorn’s Town Hall Gallery will open After Dark on Friday 5 October for art-lovers to enjoy an evening of entertainment and a special late-night viewing of its latest exhibition, This Wild Song.
After a decade of pushing boundaries, polarising audiences, and creating some of Brisbane’s most unique theatrical experiences, The Danger Ensemble now relocates to Melbourne and introduces themselves to local audiences with their latest season of The Hamlet Apocalypse. #DangerEnsemble #HamletApocalypse
A brand new Belvoir production of An Enemy of the People reunites the powerhouse team behind critically-acclaimed hits Medea and Jasper Jones, director Anne-Louise Sarks and the superb Kate Mulvany in this timely new version of a prophetic masterpiece.
On Wednesday 10th of October at 6.30pm, Rosalie Ham will join Riverbend Books at The Polding Theatre at Lourdes Hill College to talk to Julie Kordic about her new novel The Year of the Farmer.
Celebrating theatre created by women, for everyone, Women in Theatre and Screen’s critically acclaimed Festival Fatale will return to the Eternity Playhouse on Saturday 27th October following a hugely successful inaugural festival in 2016.
The Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund has awarded a record $106,000 worth of grants to artists to help them present work in next year’s festival.
Are you ready for bling! Building on the success of The Rise of Sneaker Culture and Heath Ledger: A Life in Pictures, AGWA presents the next exhibition in its Culture Juice program: Beyond Bling! celebrating, exploring and making jewellery and adornment. Centred on 300 varied pieces from the State Art Collection from the 1800s to today, Beyond Bling! unlocks the vaults to showcase the best, the bizarre and the most sophisticated jewels in its historical and contemporary collections. Moving from bold and captivating wearable art to quiet and subtle, almost private, personal interventions, the show will change how you think about what jewellery is and can be.
'Epiphanies' will be presented at the Seymour Centre, with all funds raised going to Australian Rotary Health.
Join Vinh Van Lam and Stuart Horrex as we celebrate the launch of a solo exhibition by Julie Ellitt. Julie's exhibition will be open by the William Yang the Australia's leading social photographer. He is also the author of Sydney Diary and, most recently, Patrick White. Please come and meet William and Julie at 2pm.
Join Vinh Van Lam and Stuart Horrex as we celebrate the launch of a solo exhibition by Penelop Oates. Floating World. Exhibition: 16 - 29 October, 2018. WHEN: OPENING RECEPTION Saturday 20th October 2018, 3pm till 5pm.WHERE: Yuga Café & Gallery 172 St Johns Road, Glebe
A new play about life, death and finding solace.
From critically acclaimed New York-turned-Melbournian playwright Kotryna Gesait comes a new comedy about falling in love in unexpected ways.
The Freedman Foundation and the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) have announced this year’s five recipients of The Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship for Emerging Artists. The successful recipients will exhibit their works at the UNSW Galleries on September 28. @NAVA.Visualart @Insta nava_visualarts
Explore the creative culture of Brisbane City through the live-archiving platform 'Brisbane Art Guide'.
Don’t miss this Broadway masterpiece at Chapel Off Chapel, from October 12th.