A new experimental solo performance by Harriet Gillies, exploring the control we do and do not have over our URL identities in a post-truth world. Expect a ted-talk on acid, a performative lecture on mushrooms, storytelling whilst popping nangs.
Join the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery and Museum Curator, Joanna Besley for a guided tour through Still: National Still Life Award. Some of the Still finalists will join us for the tour, and discuss their work.
Gather round the table, for a casual relaxed workshop with Still: National Still Life Award Finalist, Fran Callen. We will chat, draw, share drawing tips, techniques and ideas, trace round objects, overlap them, colour them in, mix media, spill stains on the table, wash into negative space.
Join Still: National Still Life Award Finalist Nicola Moss in the gallery where she will demonstrate and discuss her paper cutting and layering techniques.
Join us for coffee and crossaints while we ponder, why still life?
You're warmly invited to join us and the artists selected as finalists for the official opening of Still: National Still Life Award 2019. This year's judge Rebecca Coates, Director of Shepparton Art Museum will announce the winning work on the night.
Come in to ADC and enjoy our exhibitions and Object Shop after hours. Object Shop features the handmade work of over 80 Australian makers and designers.
Social Inclusion Week will be held from Saturday 23rd November to Sunday 1st December, it aims to help all Australians feel included and valued, giving everyone the opportunity to participate fully in society. 2019 is the 11th anniversary of this fabulous initiative, created by Dr Jonathon Welch AM in 2009. @SocialInclusionWeek @playitforwardoz #SIW19
More young people in Hong Kong are seeking out fortune tellers for simple, quick and cheap advice on life decisions. Local fortune tellers say these young people are coming to them because they are feeling more intense pressures from work, relationships and living spaces. #Youth #youngpeople #newreligion #superstition #hongkong
The ninth annual Sculpture at Scenic World exhibition is now welcoming submissions from creatives for the event that transforms an ancient rainforest, into a contemporary art gallery. Scheduled for 9 April–10 May 2020, Sculpture at Scenic World attracts local, national and international artists, lured by a prize pool of $30,000 including the coveted, $20,000 Scenic World Major Award. @ScenicworldAust #Scenicsculpture
Spring is in the air and The Hourglass Ensemble are celebrating with a quartet of trios that will fill your heart with springtime romance.
Want a chance to boost your creative skills? Explore everything TAFE NSW has to offer at the TAFE NSW Enmore Open Day this Saturday 14th September. From short courses to Degrees, delivered face-to-face or online, TAFE NSW has study options to help you study what you want, when you want.
CellOZ features four of Australia's most intrepid cellists whose distinctive music demonstrates why humans have been drawn to the stirring sounds of the cello for centuries. Performing new arrangements of old favourites, this intoxicating program includes works such as Queen’s beloved Bohemian Rhapsody, Gershwin’s The Man I Love and a selection of Bach’s iconic cello suites.
Three years since it first wooed audiences and smashed every box office record in State Theatre Company South Australia’s history, farcical comedy The 39 Steps is returning to the Dunstan Playhouse - but not for long.
The Old Fire Station in Redcliffe was built in 1949 and is turning 70! The Heritage listed building was once the centre of fire protection for the Redcliffe Peninsula, and more recently it has become home to the arts. Moreton Bay Regional Council is supporting the celebration of this wonderful symbol of local history, and preparations are in place for a birthday party on Friday November 1
For its 30th year, the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art has announced its theme for 2020 and a line-up of trailblazing Australian artists.
This October Courtney Love and Lindy Chamberlain cross paths on a remote highway in the greatly anticipated premiere season, Love/Chamberlain. #LoveChamberlainTW #TheatreWorks
This exhibition is inspired by the artist’s free diving training, which allows him to spend increasing amounts of time underwater. Using video, drawing and sculpture, the artist explores the relationship between human life and the ocean, by proposing plans for an underwater dwelling.
Brodie Ellis’ work questions the ethics of space travel, technological development and the use of our planet’s limited natural resources.
Alicia King investigates our relationship with technology and nature. King’s work questions the utopian language often used to describe technological progress and its positioning as superior to and separate from nature. King’s practice also examines the ethical and environmental implications of our increasing reliance on technology.