This is it! The moment all the teams have been waiting for. They have played their hearts out and their funny bones are wrapped in bandages from over use. Now they must dig deep to deliver comedy gold on this all or nothing night! Who will take home the glory and who will face defeat?
Join Vinh Van Lam and Stuart Horrex as we celebrate the launch of a group exhibition by The Sydney Comic Guild. FOOD - Exhibition: 1 - 30 November, 2018.
Inspired by embroidery and keen to learn a new technique? Join Meredith Woolnough for an artist tour of the Tamworth Triennial Textiles Exhibition at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery on Saturday morning from 10.30am - 11.30am. Meredith will then proceed to "Nesting Needles" at 25 Gale Street, Coramba where from 12.30pm - 4.30pm where she will introduce the students to the workshop techniques for "Sculptural Embroidery".
Come and join Jeanette for some festive fun in a workshop creating a Christmas decoration with Handanger Embroidery!
The 2018 John Fries Award exhibition is now open to the public at UNSW Galleries featuring this year’s winner of the annual $10,000 John Fries Award, Sydney-based artist Akil Ahamat for his video and installation work So The Spaces Between Us Can Stay Soft. #JohnFriesMemorialPrize
10th Anniversary Celebration 2009 – 2018. This year's Social Inclusion Week is from Saturday 24 November to Sunday 2 December. Celebrate the 10th Social Inclusion Week by holding or attending a socially inclusive event to raise awareness and foster belonging in your local community. One of the simplest things we can do to build caring and inclusive communities is reach out to those around us. #SIW18
Celebratory drinks: 5th December 6-8pm. Come along and share our end of year celebrations and grab a 10% holiday discount off all purchases made at the opening! New work by gallery artists including Inari Kiuru, Linda Blair, Anna Vlahos, Vanessa Williams, Melinda Young, Sian Edwards and more. Open hours: 11 am - 5 pm, Wednesday - Saturday
Artisans from the Alcove Art Shop showcase an exciting range of exquisite items made by hand including ceramics, jewellery, paintings, sculptures, Christmas decorations, woodwork, cards and textiles. All items are for sale. Find something irresistible for yourself or a loved one, just in time for Christmas!
From Latin American Stories to Victorian History
State Theatre Company will cap off its 2018 season in November with the world premiere of The Gods Of Strangers, an epic family drama exploring the migrant experience in post-war Australia.
AWESOME Arts Creative Challenge took on a new look with its 2018 regional program 'Different Voices' during the Sept/Oct school Holidays. Artists in residence Martine Perret and Jonathan Mustard opened up the challenge to the wider Wiluna community in the drop in school holiday sessions. We saw some spectacular photography from the participants of the workshop and the celebration at the end of the 2 week residency was well attended by participants and family members of the community.
Latest Student Experience Survey (SES) shows educational experience of international students in Australia below than domestic student
On 4 March 2018, after the outcome of the Italian national elections had been revealed, there was yet another demonstration of the rising power of populist parties, whose campaigns always promise policies against migration. The far-right party, Lega, which has always opposed the migratory flows leading to the Italian coast, increased its share of the vote from 4.1% to 17.69%.
Depression in the black community is largely undocumented. The stigma surrounding this significant matter continues to silence many black people - young and old. In worst case scenarios, some are silenced forever.
As most people head home at the end of the working week, it’s just the start of yet another Friday night of jamming at MOM Live House in North Point. Multi-coloured laser slice through the music while the crowd cheer the performers with drinks in hand. This is “The Week Hong Kong Indie Music Festival”. There are performances every night with a different theme each week and there’s a line-up of more than 25 acts. The performers are all unknown local indie bands.
People gather in an alleyway next to a quirky antique store on Hollywood Road. They snap photos in front of “The Kowloon Walled City”, a mural outside an old building. “They want to promote a kind of local Eastern lifestyle in contrast with a Western equivalent,” said Ms. Mou, “so they pay the artist to depict something very local in Hong Kong.”
Watch the video to know more about the customs and traditions of the festival and visitors' view about the event.
The challenges of keeping the tradition alive: Reduced into cinder, it is the joss paper, not the tradition.
Uniquely Melbourne, Yiddish Divas brings together 10 distinct and captivating female singers from across the generations.
Australiyaniality aims to explore Australia's wellbeing. The key word liyan is a Yawuru word that relates to Aboriginal peoples' view of their wellbeing. It is about the way they feel about themselves and relationship with their community.
27 Artists have come together from different disciplines and cultural backgrounds to interrogate their own Australian identity and explore what a better Australian identity would look like. Can it be re-shaped? What is good? What needs to change? What is our collective liyan? How do we materialise all of this into real action?