It’s a riotous, galloping ride as this comic mastermind and showman conjures 20 characters in a mind-blowing one-man show. Fasten your seat belts, stow your tray table. It’s time to board the flight of the Soft Butch Show Queen.
Emily Shannon’s digitally created hand drawn prints celebrate the pups of Boroondara, but with a difference: these pooches have been juxtaposed with human apparel.
One of Melbourne's most captivating singers, Jackie Bornstein presents her brand new show, Women in Jazz at Kew Court House.
Steve Purcell and The Pearly Shells bring atmospheric soundtracks and irresistible dance grooves to the Hawthorn Arts Centre.
Alinta and The Jazz Emperors bring their fiery melodies and infectious grooves to the Kew Court House.
In Real Time celebrates the history of the Australian Guild of Realist Artists (AGRA). In this exhibition, 19 winners of the annual AGRA Australian Art Excellence Award will have work on display alongside realist paintings from the Town Hall Gallery Collection.
We’ve discovered thousands of weird planets, but Dr Phil says Earth is still the most amazing. It’s shrouded in corrosive gas, oxygen. Water falls from the sky in liquid and even solid form (rocks fall from the sky?). And there are bizarre green organisms: logically, plants should be purple. Let musician and physicist Dr Phil take you on an awe-inspiring trip that will surprise and astound you.
An invitation for practicing and aspiring artists to engage in a discussion about giving oneself permission to play; to tap into ones creative wellspring.
Well-known comedian Steve Chang presents A Complete Waste of Time at Adelaide Fringe Festival 2019
Melbourne's Newest Variety Night - Burlesque, Comedy, Drag and Cabaret!
So you’ve been around the improv block but crave more? Well, HOO-HAAcademy: Hoo-Haarder is here for you, giving you the opportunity to explore the beloved long-form - CLIFFHANGER!
CALL FOR KEY ART CONCEPT - Deadline - MARCH 1st, 2019. Rev is a truly unique event on the national cinema scene. It speaks of risk, balance and that special signature that makes adventurous moving image forms.
Fast, furious and funny, The Big HOO-HAA! is Melbourne's longest-running and best-loved weekly impro comedy show. Starring a who's who of Melbourne's finest comedians, every Friday night The Big HOO-HAA! ensemble dazzles audiences with its unique brand of high-octane impro, killer punchlines and sizzling (and occasionally fizzling) one-liners.
The International Competition for the Intermedia Artwork is organised by the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, The Faculty of Intermedia and the Foundation for Development of Intermedia Artwork.2018 marks the first edition of the event. It is open to all Intermedia artists. There are multiple purposes for this competition. We want to identify artworks that may initiate a discussion on comparison and evaluation criteria for Intermedia works of art. We also want to focus on the presentation forms of such works and their role in communication.
Collarts is incredibly proud and excited to announce the commencement of its brand new Animation & VFX course in 2019, launching in collaboration with online digital art and animation college CG Spectrum.
Play It Forward is thrilled to announce the first of our Guest Conductors & artists to celebrate our 10th Anniversary! EMAIL NOW FOR MORE DETAILS to firstname.lastname@example.org Bookings open late January 2019. #MISF19
A Bidjara woman has completed her PhD studies on how Aboriginal art centres can improve health and wellbeing in remote communities. @Flinders #SouthAustralia
The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund continues to invest in Australia’s cultural future, allocating a total of $1,049,145 towards 37 projects with writing and visual arts organisations in its second round of 2018 funding.
From hard work on the banana plantations to booming tourism on the coast, the experience of summer and development of industry has changed in Coffs Harbour's recent history.
The Tasma Cinema opened in March 1937 on the corner of Castle Street and High Street, as Harbour Drive was then known. With an imposing Art Deco façade, it was the grandest building in “Top Town” and became known as the “theatre beautiful”. Discover the history of cinema in Coffs Harbour at the Tasma Theatre: Coffs Harbour's Jewel exhibition at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery.