The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund awarded an unprecedented $240,000 in total for three fellowships at its annual showcase celebrating Australian creativity.
Collarts expands and officially launches brand new state of the art Wellington Street campus in Collingwood
Chrissy Amphlett announced as The Age Music Victoria 2018 Hall Of Fame Inductee + Performing Artists + Voting Closing Soon!
The party that defines a city is on its way! Adelaide Fringe has today revealed a bigger and bolder 2019 program featuring a more diverse and inclusive line-up than ever before.
The results are out! Again in 2018, the YAJA awards have seen some fierce international competition. The overall winner comes from Concordia University in Canada. Following closely are two top-quality submissions - one from Hong Kong and one from South Africa. #YAJATALK @YAJATALK
The Light Collective return to fortyfivedownstairs with their new aerial photographic series. BLACKANDBLUE: Coral or Coal opens at fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne, on Tuesday 4 December 2018.
Let there be rock! is a celebration of all things rock ‘n’ roll this summer, kicking off with a bang on December 8 at HOTA, Home of the Arts. #HOTArock #hotagc
In 2016, the eighth Rheinische Kunstpreis art award was given to Masoud Sadedin and recently he was honoured with an exhibition featuring his work at the LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn in Germany.
Landmark new ballet-opera by Evan Lawson, choreographed by Ashley Dougan
Third Nature is an opulent dance work exploring the wildness of gender and the weirdness of human sexuality.
Desert River Sea: Portraits of the Kimberley is the highly anticipated culmination of the Art Gallery of WA’s six-year Kimberley visual arts project, supported by Rio Tinto. This landmark exhibition showcasing the vibrant and contemporary creative talent of Kimberley artists opens with a cultural celebration on 9 February 2019. #desertriversea #portraitsofthekimberley #riotinto #perthfestival
The Dance of the Heart is a series of complex and large scale photographic images inspired by the Tango.
“So I think it’s fair to say that most women almost definitely do masturbate, we just wait to discuss it in an oddly anonymous but public situation like this one.”
@whoop.dee.doo.revue - Melbourne's NEW favourite monthly variety night!
This summer Sport for Jove celebrates ten incredible years of theatre-making, ten summers of thrilling and surprising outdoor theatre, with our most immersive and ambitious season yet: Shakespeare’s Rose Riot.
Showcasing the hauntingly beautiful collaboration between Del Kathryn Barton and Brendan Fletcher, this milestone exhibition is layered with a stirring score by Sarah Blasko and voiced by some of Australia’s most celebrated actors, including Mia Wasikowska, Geoffrey Rush, and David Wenham.
After an acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe 2018, Hyperion Nyx debuts in Australia and will take you on a raw and dark journey of self-discovery in an immersive visual theatre experience.
A distinctly Australian exhibition celebrating 10 years of the Basil Sellers Art Prize, a prestigious biennial exhibition that examines the personal and collective significance of sport and sporting culture. The exhibition features works by leading Australian artists from five installments of the Prize and asks complex questions about the intersection of sport with culture, politics and human rights.
Nasim Nasr has been invited to be one of the participating artists in the New York Triennial of Asia at the Asia Society Museum, New York, in 2020.
Dinner, TehranParis; a solo painting exhibition by Marzieh Bagheri is inspired by Saturnalia (Keyvan Festival). Saturnalia or as Iranian calls it, Keyvan Festival; serves the same role in Roman and Iranian ancient culture.
The award winning and heart-warming Choir of Hard Knocks, will feature as a special guest in our spectacular fundraising concert. What could be more joyous than supporting this iconic choir to continue their inspiring work? @playitforwardoz @choirofhardknocks
Christmas Folk | Saturday 15 December| 7.30 – 9pm | Windsong Pavilion A warm and eclectic Christmas folk experience in the enchanting Windsong Pavilion, bringing together Scandinavian, Celtic, English, Georgian, French and Australian traditions. #FourWindsAU