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

BY RPPR | 10-Feb-2021
Truth, tech, and sex collide on the KXT

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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Mysterious Al reveals most immersive art experience yet — SPOOKHOUSE

BY Mysterious Al | 10-Feb-2021
SPOOKHOUSE

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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Balancing Act

BY Art Gallery of WA | 09-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

BY Kathryn Coller | 06-Feb-2021
Capturing the Light is what this Queensland female artist does best

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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NICHOLAS FOLLAND > BURN DOWN THE HOUSE

BY Linden New Art | 05-Feb-2021
NICHOLAS FOLLAND

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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Unfinished business: JUTE launches 2021 season with the return of killer comedy

BY Pip Miller | 04-Feb-2021
Unfinished business

Thursday 4 February 2021. Featuring the stellar stage presence of Steven Tandy, Natalie Taylor and Paula Nazarski, the heartwarming comedy, To Kill A Cassowary by Laurie Trott is making a much-anticipated return to launch JUTE’s 2021’s season of plays. Prematurely cut short by lockdown restrictions in its maiden 2020 season, To Kill A Cassowary is back in 2021 (5 – 13 March) and destined to delight audiences.

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Lab.18 art contest

BY Margherita | 03-Feb-2021
Lab18 art contest

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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Art Lovers Australia opens gallery on Gold Coast

BY Solstice Media | 03-Feb-2021
Art Lovers Australia opens gallery on Gold Coast

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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Ash Keating - Duality

BY Linden New Art | 02-Feb-2021
Ash Keating - Duality

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

BY Sammy Heung / The University of Hong Kong | 02-Feb-2021
Freespace Jazz Fest keeps jazz alive amid Covid-19

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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