Moreton Bay Printmakers formed in 2013 by Malcolm Cassidy and Maureen van der Zalm are joined by accomplished printmakers and teachers Ellie Neilsen and Wayne Singleton to present Moreton Bay Printmakers and Friends ‘Reflections’ during September 2021. Making their mark through printmaking, four highly accomplished artists come together for a combined exhibition which runs throughout September 2021. Not only will their work be displayed, a weekend workshop introducing skills in Relief Block Printing will be available [ bookings essential]. Each artist has come into this field with a different story but similar desire to make sense of their world and better understand the living components that make up their environment.
Art, design, photography from the next generation
Mitchell Fine Art presents a follow up exhibition of paintings portraying the Australian desert landscape, highlighting the contrast of artistic influences between family members.
Mitchell Fine Art presents a follow up exhibition of paintings portraying the Australian desert landscape, highlighting the contrast of artistic influences between family members. @mitchellfineartgallery #aboriginalartexhibition #brisbaneartgallery #aboriginalartbrisbane #culture #landscapepaintings
Providing a rare opportunity for aspiring choreographers and dancers to display their talents in a supportive environment, Sharp Short Dance is returning to the stage, both live and digitally, in 2021.
Chop Chef is a dark, satirical comedy where six contestants from around Australia enter the cooking battlefield of a fictional reality television series Chop Chef.
A one-woman physical comedy by Circus Artist Ciara Thorburn, 'The Thesis' offers audiences a 50-minute voyeuristic glimpse into the private life of an eccentric polymath. #CiaraThorburn #TheThesisCT @ciara_thorburn (Facebook)
TAFE NSW graduate Christine Smalley is exhibiting her world-class curatorial skills in her new position as Coordinator Collection and Exhibitions at Penrith Regional Gallery.
Love's Bitter Mystery is a biographical piece, reflecting on ways James Joyce mined his own life for his fiction; and fictionalised it, too. Is what we’re watching fiction? Memory? Biographical fact? Speculation? Or something else entirely?
Linden New Art presents Of Slender Means, an exhibition by Linden New Art artist in residence sculpture artist and self-declared part-time optimist, Carolyn Menzies. Showing in the Linden Projects Space the exhibition will open to the public on Thursday 22 July. The exhibition will examine the intersection between art and craft through the lens of steel.
Margaret Pearson and Michelle Ledwith had planned their art show for 2020. However, a world pandemic changed all that, and their proposed installation was postponed until 2021. Throughout this time, they both painted and added these recent experiences to the exhibition. The time is coming soon for viewers to be moved and affected by the art they see at this Redcliffe Peninsula event. I would like to introduce you to their two worlds of artistic expression.
Cairns indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) is back, and this year it’s shaping up to be its brightest yet with a sparkling new hub, film festival after dark, music in the park, along with host of stellar events and exhibitions that focus the spotlight on Queensland’s distinct and diverse Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander arts and culture.
Judy Trick's vibrant and textural mixed media works on canvas evoke the colour, feel and character of her home on the South Coast of NSW and the destinations she has visited during a peripatetic life.
All the fabulous ‘Play It Forward’ choirs are in full swing rehearsing in 2021. You’re invited to join the fun. Check if there is a choir that suits you. Jonathon Welch AM, Founding Artistic Director Innovative Inclusive Inspiring @playitforwardoz
TAFE NSW Katoomba is engaging Aboriginal artists in the Blue Mountains to share their stories through art in a unique “Painting up Country” program.
Tarnanthi, the Art Gallery of South Australia’s annual celebration of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art returns for its sixth iteration in October 2021. Internationally acclaimed as the largest festival of its kind, Tarnanthi this year comprises a major exhibition at AGSA, a state-wide festival across close to 30 partner venues and the Tarnanthi Art Fair presented over the opening weekend.
Cancelled due to COVID-19.
Babette’s Feast shows how one generous heart can sweeten a souring community and the result is positively delicious.
Cancelled / postponed!
Hush cuts through our cultural narratives about motherhood and instead dives into the real fears, ugly desires, and harsh realities of young women faced with this transformation.
Thursday, the 22nd of July will see The Count’s welcome Internationally acclaimed saxophonist Solomon Sisay.
Thursday, the 29th of July will see The Count’s welcome Zimbabwean songstress Thando.