‘THE SHEEPLE’S CHAMPION’ AMOS GILL DEBUTS HIS BRAND NEW HOUR AT FRINGE WORLD 2021 THEN HITS THE ROAD TO ADELAIDE FRINGE.
The decade marks a historic turn in art history for photography. No longer was traditional landscape and documentary photography the same. Photography shared the spotlight with painting.
Seymour Centre and Fixed Foot Productions will present the Australian premiere of John Donnelly’s The Pass, playing from 11th February to 6th March as part of the 2021 Seymour Season and Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
The 60 Four is back with all of your favourite '60s hits, along with some brand new repertoire. Backed by a spectacular 9-piece band, The 60 Four will have you up and dancing in no time. Over two hours of music from all your favourite artists: The Four Seasons, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, The Beach Boys, The Supremes and Johnny O'Keefe. World-class harmonies. Slick choreography. Smart suits. One of the most entertaining shows this Fringe.
Presented by the Young Australian Broadway Chorus, HONK! Jr. is a one hour version of the full musical specially designed for young performers, and a young audience.
From 19 January 2021 - 23 January 2021
It's all about piano trios! Selby & Friends is thrilled to return to the live concert stage in 2021 to concert venues around Australia in 2021, opening its chamber music concert season in March with "Exotic Strudel". Touring to Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Southern Highlands and Turramurra, Artistic Director and pianist Kathryn Selby AM, violinist Natsuko Yoshimoto and cellist Julian Smiles will thrill and excite in this tour with music by Schubert, Shostakovich, Turina and Bloch in a fascinating glimpse of how 20th century composers took their cue from Schubert a century earlier.
The international smash-hit, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is returning to Adelaide from 19 February to 7 March at the Adelaide Oval as part of the Adelaide Fringe.
Visiting far away places without restriction was something that twenty-first century travelers took for granted. In March 2020, that all changed as much of the world was thrust into lockdown. The luxury of travel is now something people dream or reminisce about. A Brisbane based artist, Kerri Gear can attest first hand that Covid-19 has had a big impact of the tourism industry, as her family's tourism business was affected by the sudden reduction of travelers. Wanderlust means "the wish to travel far away and to many different places". Kerri has created an exhibition of places to carry you away to another world.
Sydney Dance Company will get New South Wales moving as part of Sydney Festival and the NSW Government’s Festival of Place with I Want To Dance With Somebody, a virtual community dance party this January.
Local makers craft and design Makers Market, featuring jewellery, ceramics, textiles, fashion and homewares made by local makers.
On the recently finished 13th consequent edition of the InterArtia Art Festival, a pioneer of the New Ink Art movement Alfred Freddy Krupa received outstanding distinctions and the Evaluation Committee unanimously awarded the artist the 1st World Award in Painting and the title of the Artist of the Year 2020.
As part of the PhotoSaintGermain festival, Rubis Mécénat presents “Daleside”, a commission to French photographer Cyprien Clément-Delmas and South African photographer, Magnum Photos Associate and Of Soul and Joy alumni Lindokuhle Sobekwa. The photographic commission documents Daleside, an Afrikaner suburb in the south-east of Johannesburg, South Africa.
ART AND FAITH ''RELIC'' Work of art by Maestro Raffaele Ciotola. The HIV-positive artist Ciotola fills the relic of San Gennaro with his own blood.
Reflecting on the Challenges faced by the Arts in the wake of the Covid 19 Crisis
Seymour Centre is excited to announce the first three shows of its 2021 season, playing from February to June, plus an exciting new play in development presented as part of Sydney Festival.
Learn how to create with clay with ceramist and artist Glenn Barkley
Interdisciplinary artist Matt Aitken and creative facilitator Samuel Sisti travelled to Leonora on the traditional lands of the Wangkatha people last month, to work with the students of Leonora District High School for a two-week AWESOME Arts Creative Challenge residency proudly supported by BHP. Matt Aitken’s multifaceted practice is engaged with community arts and mixed media arts, so our AWESOME artists-in-residence packed up their bags with an exciting array of sculpture medias, paints, recording devices, cameras and musical instruments.
A panel discussion about how the pandemic has affected creative practices.
RAWA Schools - Punmu and Kunawarritji