Fossil Fest returns to the South Australian Museum in 2019!
Buchanan call it a day on their 10th anniversary with final release ‘The Crayon Collection’
They have hiked majestic mountainous, carved sculptures from nature, explored the ocean depths and lived with refugees. They are algorithm designers, ethnological photographers, painters of desolate spaces, or visual artists working with the idea of fragility.
Returning after a sell-out season to The Butterfly Club! What do you know about Amy Winehouse? Over-the-top beehive and eyeliner, addict, rehab-rejecter, member of the 27 Club? Beyond the tabloid coverage, Amy Winehouse was a masterful musician who drew on the rich history of jazz, gospel, soul, 60s girl-groups and hip-hop to create a new kind of music that influenced many who came after her. The show is a celebration of Amy Winehouse's amazing talent and the fascinating story behind the making of her music. After a sell-out season in May, Carol Whitfield and her 4-piece band are back for another round at The Butterfly Club, playing the Winehouse repertoire and giving audiences some insight into the talents of this incredible artist.
Midland Gate is proud to present the first ever Cale Street Festival on SUNDAY 24th FEB 2019! Showcasing the reinvigorated Cale Street precinct, the festival will celebrate Summer with family friendly activities, market stalls, live music and delicious food outlets.
Join AGWA for an unmissable celebration of Kimberley art and culture with artist talks, art demonstrations, cultural performances, and family activities.
The world premiere of a landmark new Australian ballet opera, Orpheus, will be held during this year’s Midsumma Festival. Written by Evan Lawson of Forest Collective, this will be the first time that Victoria’s much-loved queer cultural festival has featured an opera in its program.
Internationally renowned for her contemporary jewellery, no surface holds explores the breadth of Catherine Truman's research-based practice, bringing together an extraordinary collection of film, images, installation and sculpture. #craftexhibition #whatsonmelbourne
Emerging Oz and NZ artists take note! The John Fries Award entries close Monday 14 Jan 2019 - a slightly earlier deadline than usual. The prize is a generous $10k. Enter at http://www.johnfriesaward.com/enter/ and let your artist colleagues know too!
Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe, the annual outdoor sculpture exhibition, returns to transform the famous sands of Cottesloe Beach from 1-18 March, 2019.
Magabala Books is delighted to partner with the State Government of Western Australia for The Daisy Utemorrah Award, a national award open to Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander writers. @MagabalaBooks
Are you ready to spice up your Saturday night? Join us at one of Coburg's iconic venues for a night of seduction and glamour.
Three-year nationally touring survey exhibition featuring more than 80 works by renowned Australian artist Arthur Boyd premieres at National Art School Gallery, Sydney
You’re invited to sing in Melbourne’s most exciting non-auditioned choir in 2019. THECHO!R, with Founding Artistic Director Dr Jonathon Welch AM. Rehearsals commence on Wednesday January 30th 7pm in Fitzroy. THECHO!R offers an exciting, diverse range of performance opportunities from pop, world music to new works. We are gearing up to celebrate this magnificent milestone with major local, regional, interstate and overseas tours planned. #THECHO!R10Years
It’s a riotous, galloping ride as this comic mastermind and showman conjures 20 characters in a mind-blowing one-man show. Fasten your seat belts, stow your tray table. It’s time to board the flight of the Soft Butch Show Queen.
Emily Shannon’s digitally created hand drawn prints celebrate the pups of Boroondara, but with a difference: these pooches have been juxtaposed with human apparel.
One of Melbourne's most captivating singers, Jackie Bornstein presents her brand new show, Women in Jazz at Kew Court House.
Steve Purcell and The Pearly Shells bring atmospheric soundtracks and irresistible dance grooves to the Hawthorn Arts Centre.
Alinta and The Jazz Emperors bring their fiery melodies and infectious grooves to the Kew Court House.
In Real Time celebrates the history of the Australian Guild of Realist Artists (AGRA). In this exhibition, 19 winners of the annual AGRA Australian Art Excellence Award will have work on display alongside realist paintings from the Town Hall Gallery Collection.