Matriarchs: Motherlines of the Yolgnu and Tiwi Islands, brings together generations of artists committed to keeping Yolgnu and Tiwi law and culture strong. The exhibition considers their work from the perspective of a feminist genealogy tracing matriarchal and collegiate relationships.
The Cambrian Period is one of the most important periods in Earth’s history as this is when many animals first appear in the fossil record.
The Revelation Film Festival and Breaking Banter proudly present a celebration of film - past, present and future - through a program of monthly screenings; Australian Revelations.
On Saturday 15th December the dancers from Momentum Dance Studios in Western Sydney will step onto the stage at the Riverside Theatre in Parramatta. While this is far from an unusual event as a stream of dance school will hit this very stage towards the end of this year, Momentum is a unique gem in amongst them.
Celebrate the joy of Christmas at our spectacular concert "Joyful! Joyful", on Saturday December 1st, 3pm at Deakin Edge in Federation Square. Presented by Play It Forward, this fundraising concert for the Choir of Hard Knocks is conducted by founding artistic director, Dr Jonathon Welch AM and features a wonderful star studded cast. A joyous celebration of community, inclusion and music. @playitforwardoz
The Artist Grants Program encourages innovative original art that engages with people, decorates and enhances the Rainbow Serpent Festival grounds. We invite everyone to bring their creative ideas and unique flavour; and that participating in this program will encourage greater artistic expression and allow your unique artistic endeavours to come to life.
Women have made significant contributions to science throughout history, often without recognition. This display inspires the next generation of young women by sharing the story of four trailblazing women in science.
The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) today announced artists Janet Burchill & Jennifer McCamley (Vic) and Dr Alex Gawronski (NSW) as recipients of the 2018 NAVA Visual Arts Fellowships.
La Gioconda, an artwork by Fereshteh Setayesh, was showcased in Italy and Slovenia during Premio LYNX 2017 traveling exhibition and finally, La Gioconda was acquired by Turin Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Italy to be included in the permanent collection of this international museum.
Forget waiting for the circus to come to town... it all plays out in every office every day and everywhere from 9-5! From the two-faced antics of corporate clowns and frenetic multi-tasking jugglers to water cooler wankers and a cavalcade of cubicle crazies, take a ringside seat for Performance Management at Chapel off Chapel 12-16 December.
Open call to artists, to all type of art . Free submission
The 70th anniversary of the International Theatre Institute comes to an end in November with the central celebration on Hainan Island in China. The worldwide Theatre Network was assembled in 1948 by UNESCO to demonstrate a gesture of peace and mutual respect between different cultures.
The VIII METHODIKA - International Festival for Theatre Training Methods takes place in Berlin for the first time from 27th November to 2nd December 2018
Hailing from Albury, Melbourne based collective The Northern Folk have been incrementally building their charismatic and varied sound since banding together and gracing the local touring circuit in 2012. Since then, the ever-evolving outfit have released two records of lyric-led, horn-saturated ebbs and troughs that showcase the breadth of the group’s songwriting and ultimately act as signposts for their impressive and rapid growth as a band.
A fast, funny and darkly observant look at family, property, and the progress of life, Felix Nobis’ Boy Out of the Country will have its Sydney premiere at the new Pioneer Theatre on November 24 as part of the inaugural Pioneer Play Festival.
The latest exhibition at Hawthorn’s Town Hall Gallery pays homage to past lives and labour with a new, immersive installation created by Louise Saxton. The Linen Project is showing from Saturday 27 October until Sunday 16 December. Melbourne artist Louise Saxton has been collecting domestic linens since 1988 and has been extracting and reconstructing the embroidery and lace from the linen for more than a decade to build several major bodies of work, including two and three-dimensional assemblages. For The Linen Project Louise has created an installation with the support of an 18-month artist in residence program through Caritas Christi at St Vincent’s hospital in Kew. The work acknowledges the intrinsic role of linens in the healing and care of patients in a hospital setting.
Omara "Bombino" Moctar, a guitarist and songwriter from the North African Tuareg, grew up during a period of armed struggle for independence and violent repression by government forces.
St Kilda is set to once again play host to Australia’s iconic St Kilda Festival in 2019, returning for its 39th year on Sunday 10 February.
fortyfivedownstairs is hosting its first ever community-sourced, small works exhibition SMALL! in November of 2018 #SMALL45
An inspiring community performance that's set to rock Bunjil Place Theatre on Sunday November 25th at 3pm. Featuring Only Women ALOUD, conducted by Claire Patti, MEN ALOUD! and the You're The Voice massed choir, conducted by Dr Jonathon Welch AM, along with individual choirs including Voices of Casey, Casey Choir, THECHO!R, SE Trill Seekers Phoenix Harmony Chorus, All Together Choir and Latrobe Valley Community Choir. @VoicesofCasey