The Old Fire Station in Redcliffe was built in 1949 and is turning 70! The Heritage listed building was once the centre of fire protection for the Redcliffe Peninsula, and more recently it has become home to the arts. Moreton Bay Regional Council is supporting the celebration of this wonderful symbol of local history, and preparations are in place for a birthday party on Friday November 1
For its 30th year, the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art has announced its theme for 2020 and a line-up of trailblazing Australian artists.
This October Courtney Love and Lindy Chamberlain cross paths on a remote highway in the greatly anticipated premiere season, Love/Chamberlain. #LoveChamberlainTW #TheatreWorks
This exhibition is inspired by the artist’s free diving training, which allows him to spend increasing amounts of time underwater. Using video, drawing and sculpture, the artist explores the relationship between human life and the ocean, by proposing plans for an underwater dwelling.
Brodie Ellis’ work questions the ethics of space travel, technological development and the use of our planet’s limited natural resources.
Alicia King investigates our relationship with technology and nature. King’s work questions the utopian language often used to describe technological progress and its positioning as superior to and separate from nature. King’s practice also examines the ethical and environmental implications of our increasing reliance on technology.
Australian Design Centre (ADC) presents Profile 2019 – Contemporary Jewellery Award.
Hear from a selection of the 77 exhibited Profile 2019 jewellers.
A sparkling selection of chamber music repertoire for two flutes, piano and a splash of cello featuring works by Vivaldi, Clarke, Piazzola, Schocker, Doppler, Edwards, a world premier of Hallam's 'Dragonfly', Australian premier of Kapustin's Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano and more. Join us in @mosmanartgallery on Saturday the 12th of October (doors open 5.30 pm) for a cocktail exclusively prepared for you by Australia's most highly awarded distillery, @archierosedistillingco
A solo art exhibition of painted fragments and wood engravings at Aro Gallery, Sydney, Australia. Runs from 15th to 27th October 2019.
A Circus Variety Showcase from 2019 graduating class. Spectacular circus collides with the Sale of the Century in Hard Sell, the 2019 showcase from the National Institute of Circus Arts’ 2019 graduates.
A fully immersive installation at Carriageworks in celebration of Bangarra’s 30 year legacy.
JoAnne Artman Gallery presents vibrant and eclectic exhibitions by award-winning artists in Laguna Beach, CA and New York, NY. Her roster of artists is rooted in her obvious passion for the artist's individual voice and mastery of technique. All artists are award-winning, and their works have been shown and collected in museums and private collections around the country and internationally. Join them in New York this Thursday night Sept. 5th!
A major survey exhibition of painting, photography and film by leading Australian artist David Griggs will open at Bunjil Place Gallery from 5 October 2019. The exhibition, BETWEEN NATURE AND SIN features a decade of past paintings, photographs, videos, and the premiere of COWBOY COUNTRY, David Griggs’ first feature film.
The lyrical, delicately coloured paintings by the artists of Utopia speak of a strong connection with landscape and country, as well as integral and significant ancestral and ceremonial links. On another level, we pay tribute to the personal connection Lauraine Diggins had with the artists and landscape of Utopia.
Exhibition showing throughout September at Lauraine Diggins Fine Art - preview on website www.diggins.com.au
Some of Australia's best classical musicians performing with some of Melbourne's most talented Turkish musicians.
These Accountants of Death work tirelessly to record the death toll. Confined to The Living Room, the occupational hazards wear on these two clowns as they learn the meaning of life and death.
The love of gardening is a seed once sown, that never dies” [Gertrude Jekyll] Just in time for Spring “A Seed Once Sown” is coming to the Old Fire Station Gallery at Redcliffe. Artists Michelle Gratwick and Cecilia Hine have put together a show that represents their love of the natural world and highlights the importance of a healthy environment for the survival of all life on earth. Cecilia was introduced to the thriving Redcliffe art scene by Michelle who moved to Clontarf recently and as they are both fans of each other’s work decided it was time to collaborate on a show and that the Old Fire Station would be the perfect location. Michelle believes that having friends who are also fellow artists, really is essential to living a creative life. “I would say we both have to paint. It’s an impulse we could not ignore, and we support each other to keep going”
An emotionally poignant portrait of the late Australian drag icon Tootsie has won the 2019 Kennedy Art Prize.
Belvoir is proud to announce the productions making up its 2020 season. With highlights including new works from established and emerging voices, a stunning array of talent both on and off stage, and an all-new production from the award-winning team behind Counting and Cracking, 2020 at Belvoir is set to be another memorable year.