Blossoming from melodic calm to chaotic crescendos of clashing cymbals, sing-a-long choruses and playful horns, the powerful track is a grand, impressive and utterly refined taste of The Northern Folk’s forthcoming third album and one of their most soulful slices to date. Now, the 10-piece folk, pop, rock group are excited to reveal the single’s striking new music video created by acclaimed Director/Producer Mark Day.
The 28th Flickerfest International Short Film Festival is thrilled to announce the full list of short films officially selected into the Academy® Accredited and BAFTA recognised competitions for 2019. Over 10 thrilling days, Flickerfest, a beloved Sydney summer institution will once again delight audiences with the very best in short films from Australia and around the world, screened under the stars at the iconic Bondi Pavilion in January.
Life Study Sculpture Classes with Life Model
From the country to suburbia to the New Jersey Shore, this exhibition is a survey of domestic domiciles that offer comforts of home, even in the most questionable settings. PDNB Gallery artists, and some artists new to the gallery, will be featured.
SWELL is an immersive live art experience that explores the future of live music. This is your invitation to journey through multiple music-meets-art encounters inside never-before-seen parts of the iconic Espy.
This week in Hobart and Launceston, hear one of Tasmania's finest chamber choirs sing favourite carols, songs and anthems for Christmas by Mathias, Rutter, Chilcott, Gibbons and others, accompanied by rising Sydney organist Joshua Ryan. The concert will also feature selections from Britten’s atmospheric youthful masterwork “A Boy Was Born”.
Twenty-three years ago, the Carlton Blues won the AFL Grand Final. It was the best day of Carol’s life. Now, after watching her once-proud club crumble into mediocrity, she faces the greatest challenge in modern football history… Making the Blues good again. A one-woman sketch show by Comedian Fiannah de Rue.
The Museum’s Pacific Cultures Gallery will be transformed during the Adelaide Festival with filmed imagery, text and symbols that show the effects of climate change.
Beloved Australian jazz singer and musician Vince Jones pays homage to two of Van Morrison’s most seminal albums, Astral Weeks – a poetic, mercurial blend of jazz, folk and blues – and the soul/jazz influenced Moondance.
The Seymour Centre has unveiled their incredible line-up of productions for 2019, with a diverse program of world premieres and critically-acclaimed works.
From mistletoe to headlice, parasitoid wasps to giant isopods, parasites come in many forms. Come see the fascinating organisms that live off other creatures in our new exhibition, Parasites: Life Undercover, then explore our free school holiday program.
Featuring over 50 local artists, New Year: New Work reveals the vitality and diversity of the Coffs Coast arts community. Each artist has had free rein to do as they want with a square piece of plywood - be inspired by their imagination.
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.
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.