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Transitions Film Festival Returns to Sydney this April

BY Transitions Film Festival | 18-Mar-2019
Transitions Film Festival Returns to Sydney this April

The Transitions Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing inspirational documentaries about the social and technological innovations, revolutionary ideas and trailblazing change makers that are leading the way to a better world. #TFFest19

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100 Models

BY Viktoria Laux | 14-Mar-2019

As part of Melbourne Design week BKK Architects and Craft Victoria are celebrating new modes of digital thinking; a creative process made possible through the arrival of affordable and accessible 3D printing.

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Alice Skye

BY Zilla and Brook | 13-Mar-2019
Alice Skye

Melbourne’s rising star Alice Skye will grace the stage at the Kew Court House on Saturday 13 April, captivating audiences with brand new material from her upcoming album slated for release later this year, as well as sweet sounds from her previous album Friends With Feelings which featured on both Spotify and Apple Music.

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Delineation exhibition at Hawthorn's Town Hall Gallery

BY Zilla and Brook | 13-Mar-2019
Delineation exhibition at Hawthorn's Town Hall Gallery

The latest exhibition at Hawthorn’s Town Hall Gallery highlights the diversity of contemporary drawing practice in Australia. Through the work of six artists, Delineation employs various interpretations of drawing to challenge the viewer’s expectations of an object and its representation, showing Saturday 16 March – Sunday 5 May.

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On the horizon - assemblages by Alex Asch

BY Beaver Galleries | 13-Mar-2019
On the horizon - assemblages by Alex Asch

Thoughtful new works by Alex Asch explores the transformation of the land since British settlement, using found materials that reflective of our rural buildings and concrete cities.

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Play It Forward & Latrobe Valley Community Choir present HAND IN HAND

BY CarolineK | 13-Mar-2019
Play It Forward and Latrobe Valley Community Choir present HAND IN HAND

‘Play It Forward’ is honoured to be supporting the Latrobe Valley Community Choir to help deliver this wonderful project to help commemorate the Delburn and Black Saturday fires in Latrobe Valley in 2009 with workshops leading to a special ‘Hand in Hand’ concert on Sat March 30 at Moe Town Hall at 3pm. There are two fabulous ways to be involved. You can JOIN us singing by attending workshops over the next three Saturdays or HEAR us sing at our concert on Saturday 30th March. @lvcchoir @playitforwardoz

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Internationally acclaimed sound designer and naturalist Douglas Quin [US] talks about his sound practice and what he’s up to in Australia.

BY Madelynne Cornish | 12-Mar-2019
Internationally acclaimed sound designer and naturalist Douglas Quin

Background: Quin’s practice includes soundscape compositions, public radio commentator and music composer . He is renowned for his groundbreaking work in Antarctica where he travelled to explore and document its varied, sonic environments – from seals communicating beneath sheets of ice to the shifting and cracking noise of the ice itself. A career highlight was creating the sound design for and mixing Werner Herzog's Academy Award–nominated documentary film about Antarctica, Encounters at the End of the World. Quin is currently in Australia as a Visiting Fellow at the UTAS. In July Quin will work alongside Philip Samartzis and lead Bogong Centre for Sound Culture’s 5 day winter masterclass, which runs from July 1 to 5, 2019 at Howmans Gap, Victoria. #bogongsound @bogongsound #douglasquin #philipsamartzis #howmansgap

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Three Lessons of Darkness

BY Ensemble Ancien | 11-Mar-2019
Three Lessons of Darkness

Experience the most beautiful vocal works of the Baroque period. Be transported to the theatrical Tenebrae mass of the Paris convent of Longchamp, and delight in François Couperin’s enthralling and mysterious Leçons de ténèbres (Lessons of Darkness), a surprisingly sensual piece, written for Holy Week in 1714. These alluring works are considered among the most beautiful vocal works of the Baroque period. Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & Ensemble Ancien

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