The 2018 Graduate Exhibition at Adelaide Central School of Art is an outstanding collection of work by students completing the Bachelor of Visual Art [Honours] and Bachelor of Visual Art degree program.
Collarts expands and officially launches brand new state of the art Wellington Street campus in Collingwood
Chrissy Amphlett announced as The Age Music Victoria 2018 Hall Of Fame Inductee + Performing Artists + Voting Closing Soon!
Victoria’s peak music body, Music Victoria in partnership with the Victorian Government has announced the commencement of a new leadership program, ‘Cultivate’, aimed at mid-career and established women in the Victorian music industry who wish to further their leadership and management skills.
This exhibition leads audiences into the tantalising world of the still-life tradition. It opens with an exploration of still-life photographs drawn from MGA’s collection, placing the genre and Robyn Stacey’s work into context.
Painter Camilla Tadich in her upcoming exhibition at MARS Gallery will bring neglected, nocturnal corners of the world into light. #MARSGallery @MARSGallery
Deck the halls with boughs of HOOlly – The Big HOO-HAA! Melbourne is all you’ll want this Christmas. The Big Ho-Ho-HOO-HAA! Christmas Comedy Cracker is set to bring the gift of laughter to The Butterfly Club on Friday 21st with a hilarious end-of-year seasonal bash.
Concerned with the growing pressures imposed on the natural world, Australian artist Jenny Crompton creates effervescent sculptures that ignite environmental awareness and personal reflection. The works delve into the world of oceanic organisms and spiritual creatures, taking the viewer on an otherworldly journey through nature.
Bringing an outstanding variety of Cabaret shows and workshops to the Gasworks Arts Park for four days only in February 2019, The Gasworks Cabaret Project launches the year at this much-loved venue with a (sassy) bang.
Entries for this year’s landmark 10th Anniversary $10,000 John Fries Award for emerging Australian and New Zealand artists have opened earlier than usual – and will close on 14 January 2019.
Following a riveting Philip Parsons Memorial lecture from celebrated playwright, Alana Valentine, Belvoir proudly announced the winner of the 2018 Philip Parsons Fellowship for Emerging Playwrights as Kendall Feaver.
Australia’s leading Indigenous publisher, Magabala Books, is offering an Indigenous artist or emerging illustrator the rare and exclusive opportunity to illustrate a children’s picture book by multi award-winning author, Bruce Pascoe. Entries are now open for the Kestin Indigenous Illustrator Award, of which the winner will receive $10,000, a professional mentorship and the opportunity to illustrate Pascoe’s first foray into writing children’s picture books.
The Disability Programming Initiative is the first of its kind, aiming to address low industry-wide representation of artists with disability or who are Deaf. Artists with disability are invited to submit pitches for inclusion in Sydney Festival’s 2020 program.
Featuring The Consouls, Ensemble Françaix, Con Brio Strings and Ryan Williams on Ocarinas, accompanied by visual projections inspired by the video game. One Night Only! Saturday 15 December 2018, 8pm, Malthouse Theatre
Honouring the calm strength of a clear voice, Clarity brings together the work of four Australian artists - Jessica Loughlin (glass), Kirsten Coelho (ceramics), Kath Inglis (jewellery), and Lindy McSwan (metal).
The search is on for Australia's funniest teens - Melbourne International Comedy Festival's Class Clowns is back!
Do you know a teen that makes you laugh? Do you want to get them out of the house?
Famous Sharron is very famous for nothing at all, come and see what all the racquet is about. Married three times, Shaz is a relationship expert. Join her and her celebrity ball handlers as she finds out if there is such a thing as the 'perfect match'.
RCC Fringe brings fully-curated arts and music program to new University of Adelaide venues in 2019. Artists include Aloe Blacc, Beach House, Briefs, Cirque Alfonse, Ecca Vandal, Mick Harvey, Orbital, Penny Arcade, Pussy Riot, Rev Billy & the Stop Shopping Choir, Remi, and Tiger Lillies. Friday, February 15 to Sunday, March 17
Did you know that 2018 marks the 10th annual Social Inclusion Week? Created by Dr Jonathon Welch AM, founder of the award winning Choir of Hard Knocks, and held in the last week of November each year, #SIW18 runs from Saturday 24th of November to Sunday 2nd of December. @SocialInclusionWeek @playitforwardoz
The Copyright Agency has announced its end of year results at its AGM held yesterday in Sydney.
The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund awarded an unprecedented $240,000 in total for three fellowships at its annual showcase celebrating Australian creativity.