A curated exhibition by Contemporary Art Awards. A Sense of Wonder. Sharing the same title as its theme, 'A Sense of Wonder' (2019) is an exhibition emphasising the wonders and curiosities that exist around and within us. The visual manifestations presented below have the ability to move us beyond the every day in thought-provoking ways.
Sunday 7th July 2019 at 12.30 pm. Important and outstanding onsite contents auction. 251 Jasper Road McKinnon, Victoria. Viewing: Saturday 6th July 11 am to 5 pm- Sunday 7th 10am -12.15 pm. Under instructions from various homes, estates and collections include: The estate of Bryan and Pat Hefter- Hobart Tasmania (Major collection of 18th and 19th century Porcelain and Sterling silver), the Margot Clarke collection of Royal Winton plus collections from homes: Sandringham, Glen Iris, Bentleigh, Bentleigh East, Frankston, Caulfield North etc. The majority to be sold without reserves. Not to be missed.
Melbourne Street Choir Inc. is very excited to announce the appointment of Danielle Matthews and Adam Przewlocki as Co-Artistic Directors to lead the Choir of Hard Knocks in the future. After 13 years at the helm of Australia's most famous and loved, award winning choir, its Founding Artistic Director, Dr Jonathon Welch AM, conducted his Melbourne farewell Choir of Hard Knocks concert ’Seasons of Love’ at Melbourne Town Hall on Sunday 2 June, 2019.
PACT presents a night championing all things empowering and unbound
The Royal Opera House 2018/19 Live Cinema Season exclusively presents the world-renowned Shakespearean classic – Romeo and Juliet (28 and 31 July 2019) at 20 Event Cinemas and seven Village Cinemas locations nationally.
Two new Australian one-act plays put the spine-tingling chills (and laughs) into Winter at The MC Showroom @baggageensemble @themcshowroom
Eight curators, producers and artistic directors from the UK and Australia will work together in a knowledge exchange and peer-to-peer mentorship called INTERSECT.
The Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition is a spectacular platform to expose and promote your work internationally.
Campbelltown Arts Centre is pleased to announce Marama Dina, an exhibition led by Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand female artists with iTaukei (Indigenous Fijian) heritage. Opening 17 August and running until 13 October 2019, this international collaboration is the result of research and community workshops and sees the artists take over the gallery to share their exploration of cultural rejuvenation and celebration with the wider community.
In Guru of Chai the contradictions of modern India with its iPhones and ancient gods will come alive in an outrageously funny and heartbreakingly beautiful production.
Cheeky, quirky and downright ridiculous at times, Bonbon is an escape to a candy wonderland where three accomplished performers tempt you with an ever surprising array of sweet themed acts. From polished vintage cabaret numbers to donuts being devoured onstage, Bonbon has something for every taste. @bonbontheshow #bonbontheshow
Warmwaters are a faux folk duo who are worse than they think they are, but better than they know. Everyone enjoys good roots, and Warmwaters stand ready to folk you right up with their songs of romance and other issues. They’ve got a lot of issues. Performing at The Butterfly Club on Wednesday 31st July and Thursday 1st August, 2019, this is the last stop of an Intranational Tour launching their new recording: InExperience - a concept EP.
Sharp Short Dance is back for another year
Summer group show of selected works
Signs Of The Undead employs mediums associated with commercial signage to unpack the symbology of the vampire. This exhibition focuses on how the undead is a creature that embodies complex anxieties about race and memory: the vampire is an immigrant who belongs to a different time, place, and race.
MARS Gallery is proud to present Melbourne photographer and video artist Fabrice Bigot’s new work 'Permutation': dark, velvety portrayals of the female form that are both jarring and beautiful.
'Mind Games' is an attempt to highlight the dangers of peoples minds being influenced by corrupt media and social media's
misrepresentation and manipulation.
Australia's most precious items at The Melbourne Fair, 8-11 August
The Copyright Agency has today announced Sydney artist Justine Youssef as the winner of the $10,000 John Fries Award at the opening of the award exhibition at UNSW Galleries. The judges also highly commended mother-daughter duo Betty Chimney and Raylene Walatinna from South Australia for their work Nganmpa Ngura (Our Country).
Look up, look down, look sideways – the magical mystery tour that is the Gertrude Street Projection Festival returns to light up the walls, windows, alleys and crannies of Fitzroy’s charismatic street every night after sunset from July 26 - August 3, 6PM- Midnight. One of the city’s most loved grassroots festivals and the first projection festival in Australia, GSPF brings the community’s diverse cultures and characters together, wrapped in winter woollies.