Manilla Street Productions returns with a brand new show, Amazing Grace, New York New York.
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney is pleased to announce This is a stained glass window – the first presentation by Sydney artist collective Barbara Cleveland at the gallery on 30 November – 21 December 2019.
Diploma of Ceramics students will demonstrate their skills at an incredible art showcase that will be hosted by TAFE NSW Hornsby this month.
Summer is on the horizon and that means the return of the Vic Park Summer Street Party on Sunday 24 November from 1-9pm!
#vicparklife and #vicparksummerstreetparty
An art exhibition and dessert? Yes, please. Melbourne’s tantalising and daring dessert café, LuxBite will be bringing just that to the city’s doorstep this November.
Welcome to the Commonwealth of Kekistan, a nation founded on Right-Wing principals; full of Red Pill science and philosophy, a Fair Go (TM) for everyone, and of course, dank memes. Don’t forget your passport.
A merging of a new passion of portraits and interiors with Rachel Hannan's expanding view of the magnificence of the Blue Mountains .
After a sold out tour in 4 Australian capital cities and 4 amazing venues: The Melba Spiegeltent, Sydney Opera House, The Tivoli Brisbane and Adelaide Festival Centre, MATADOR returns to where it all began!
After selling out his last Australian tour, Jason Alexander is coming Down Under and he’s ready to reveal everything you have wanted to know about the hit series Seinfeld..... Serenity now!!
Value experience over ownership? Turn heads at your next big event with unique, ethical and contemporary haute couture jewellery and then send it back. The ‘The ART JEWELLERY Bank’ exhibition provides you with a selection of locally crafted statement jewellery pieces available for hire.
La concepción histórica de que el periodismo es un promotor del bien común se ha ido desligando poco a poco, hasta calar en la población la idea de que la profesión se ha convertido en un negocio más debido al materialismo desenfrenado que impera en las grandes editoriales. En algunos casos por supervivencia y en otros por codicia, los medios de comunicación pasan a ser agentes al servicio de determinadas estructuras del poder. Esta situación puede afectar a los periodistas que, a la hora de publicar cierto tipo de informaciones, pueden verse coaccionados por los intereses de los entes económicos del medio, que manejan a su antojo la agenda informativa.
Katrin Koenning has won the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize with her work ‘Three’ from the series Lake Mountain (2018). The judging panel – MGA Director, Anouska Phizacklea, Director of Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Chris Saines and acclaimed artist, Dr Christian Thompson AO – were unanimous in their decision to award Koenning the $30,000 acquisitive prize for her subtle and quiet image of the bushfire-ravaged landscape of Lake Mountain a decade after Black Saturday in 2009. The judges would like to commend the recipients of the Colour Factory Honourable Mentions, Zia Atahi, Polly Borland and Angela Tiatia.
THE OPEN CALL FOR THE - CONTEMPORARY TALENTS - COMPETITION RUNS UNTIL NOVEMBER 15th
The François Schneider Foundation has for ambition to discover, accompany and reveal new talents at the general public and to support the contemporary creation on the theme of water. Through the - Contemporary Talents - competition, created in 2011, François Schneider wants to support these creators through the acquisition of their works and through their promotion at the Foundation Contemporary Art Centre via an exhibition and the publication of a catalogue.
From capital cities to country towns, They heard the righteous burble from those that missed out and duly obliged...Augie March are pleased to announce an encore tour for ‘On The Quiet’ this December. #augiemarch
Pleasure presents the work of a diverse group of artists who use the body to celebrate joy, humour, flamboyance and the outrageous.
One of Asia-Pacific’s leading contemporary art galleries, Sullivan+Strumpf is excited to announce its representation of award-winning Australian artist Michael Zavros.
Now in its third year, Sidesault at the Melba is a festival celebrating innovative and experimental circus work. From November 7-17, The Melba Spiegeltent and Circus Oz will present six new shows from a range of emerging artists and companies including feminist ensemble GUSH and Indigenous ensemble Na Djinang. Experience a space transformed with stunning new visual artworks interplaying with spectacular physical feats; encounter stories of lost cultural identity through to a plain old-fashioned quest for revenge.
DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL 15th NOV.
Melbourne Girlgroup power-force The Rebelles hit the airwaves with what’s sure to become the catchiest tune this summer, Down By The Rollercoaster. Dropping on October 20 with a sassy new vid-clip to match, DBTR takes a playground chant and kicks it all the way to rock’n’roll heaven. In celebration of their new tune and the return of balmy days and nights, The Rebelles are taking to the road with their sizzling backing band and sensational support acts for a series of killer shows in Melbourne and Geelong.
WA-based Gemma Farrell Quintet (GFQ) will embark on their first East Coast tour in November 2019. GFQ will perform at the Perth International Jazz Festival before heading east for shows at the Sydney International Women's Jazz Festival, the Brisbane Jazz Music Institute, and Melbourne’s Jazzlab.