Illustrator and digital artist GWA (aka Wade Goring) presents PROFOUND ABSURDITY, the latest batch for his weird and wild creations at m2 Gallery 4/450 Elizabeth Street Surry Hill, Sydney from July 24 - 30. Open 12pm - 7pm daily. Special VIP night Friday July 26, 6pm - 9pm.
Critical Stages Touring, Australia’s national touring theatre company, welcomed two new members to its board of directors this month. They join a group of passionate arts, business and theatre leaders that will help steer the organisation into its next phase of producing and touring outstanding independent theatre across Australia.
Adelaide Festival Centre has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), China, formally outlining our cooperation and friendship with one of the world’s leading theatre companies.
The Evens Foundation and the Fondation Thalie are launching a call for a research and production residency for the period of 2019–2020.
On display 28 May - 26 June, 2019 is the exhibition Welcome., by designer Stephen Goddard.
After The Fire. This painting is designed to show the carnage a bushfire can cause in Australia.
PACT's Generations program returns in 2019, featuring work by an early career artist presented alongside a work by an established artist.
A self-guided Art Walk
WORKSHOPPED19 showcases the very best in new Australian design by emerging and established designers
Take Me to The World ...with THECHO!R, our founding Artistic Director & Conductor Dr Jonathon Welch AM AND Special Guest Singer & Conductor Claire Patti, at the beautiful Collingwood Town Hall. Celebrating the tenth anniversary of fantastic music making THECHO!R will serenade you with beautiful songs, as you help us to raise funds supporting St Vincent's Hospital Foundation ... and enjoy a yummy afternoon tea. Our world music repertoire is drawn from Spanish, Russian, Hebrew, Arabic, Celtic, Italian, African, Welsh, Woiwurrung, English and African American songs. Tickets are still available for this special celebratory and fundraising concert. Don't miss out! @THECHOIRFanPage @StVincentsHospitalMelb @yarracitycouncil #YarraLife
PDNB Gallery will be screening Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable, on Saturday, June 29th at 3:30 pm
A major figure of the French and international art scene, Céleste Boursier- Mougenot was given free rein by the François Schneider Foundation. In response, the representative for France at the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015 took a poetic knife to the entire Art Centre, recreating in situ a set of visual and sound installations whose aim is to disorient the visitor.
This summer the Venet Foundation pays homage to Claude Viallat, one of the major colorist of
Entries Open until August 30! In its seventeenth year, the ANL Maritime Art Prize calls artists to respond to the theme of ‘The Relationship of Humanity to the Sea’. Maritime art is a genre significant to all Australians, as our home is girt by sea, and shipping is THE vital connector for our economy. The ANL Maritime Art prize has a finalist selection of 80 artworks competing for 4 major awards including the acquisitive ANL Maritime Art Prize, Best in Traditional, Emerging Artist, and the People’s Choice. The total prize pool is over $27,000. Artworks in the medium of painting, mixed media, collage or drawing are accepted into the exhibition.
Belvoir is now accepting entries for The Balnaves Foundation Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fellowship, an outstanding launching pad for new talent with a $25,000 paid residency at Belvoir.
A celebration of Aboriginal arts and culture from the Mid North Coast: the Worimi, Biripi, Dunghutti and Gumbaynggirr nations that make up the Saltwater Freshwater region.
Company of Rogues announces the departure of their Artistic Director, Goldele Rayment, who founded the Sydney-based independent theatre company in 2015. Goldele leaves to pursue her artistic practice as a teacher, dramaturg and director, and to enjoy time with family after her recent wedding to educator Aston Kwok.
Featuring circus, movement, colour and a heartwarming tale, Q Theatre presents The Ugliest Ducking, this winter school holidays from Thursday 11 – Saturday 13 July, 2019.
A personal, creative response to the symbol of Houris that’s been derived from interpretations of sacred text, Make Me A Houri is an exploration of faith and feminism by Malaysia-born playwright Emina Ashman.