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FIGMENT GEELONG CALL FOR ARTISTS

BY Diversitat | 03-Dec-2012

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION - FIGMENT Geelong, the international debut of the collaborative arts event, will take place in Johnstone Park, Geelong Victoria, 23-24 March, 2013. - FIGMENT Geelong is calling for project submissions in a wide variety of categories such as, interactive installations, participatory performance, games, costuming activities, workshops, and anything else the mind can envision for FIGMENT Geelong. FIGMENT Geelong is an innovative lternative space for art, where the only limit is the imagination. To learn more or stay in touch, check out our website, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or sign up for our newsletter.

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festivité 2012

BY Catherine Asquith Gallery | 03-Dec-2012

Our end of year group exhibition highlighting key works by selected represented artists.

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aMBUSH Gallery & Paper plain. present Rinse & Repeat

BY Jessica | 03-Dec-2012

Rinse & Repeat, presented by aMBUSH Gallery and Paper; plain., is an exhibition that seeks to articulate the significance of street and graffiti art to contemporary culture, and its belonging to the ranks of the most important art movements from throughout history.

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Vida Ryan Art Exhibition

BY Margaret for Vida Ryan | 03-Dec-2012

"The woe and the wow and everything in between" Oil and acrylic paintings Exhibition open everyday during 9 - 20 December 2012 Vida Ryan - solo exhibition at Collingwood Gallery

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Save The Butterfly Club - Move it or lose it

BY David Read | 03-Dec-2012

The Butterfly Club today called for community help for a necessary relocation from South Melbourne to 256 Collins Street in the city centre in February 2013. Director Mr Simone Pulga said the move was due to the unbearable costs of operating in the current premises. “If we increased the cost of drinks to match the rise in rent, we’d have to charge $12.50 for a stubby. We must move The Butterfly Club to a better location ... or close it.” (More information on the reasons behind the decision to relocate is below.)

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Simon Lewis - New Art Awards 2012 Project of the Month November

BY New Art Awards | 01-Dec-2012

Simon Lewis is the creative force behind the music of Pravana. His music draws on ideas and inspirations from his other project, Amanaska, but places them in a setting that is more suited to yoga, meditation and the healing arts. Like Amanaska, sounds from around the globe are combined to create a magical listening journey.

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Wildlife at Lamington Drive Gallery

BY Lamington Drive Gallery | 30-Nov-2012

Lamington Drive is proud to present new illustration works from Arts Access Victoria. Three separate exhibitions will coincide at once – the launch of Artsider, a new outsider art magazine, the launch of Ed’s Alphabet, an illustrated children’s book by Edward Treloar, and Birds, a series of illustrations by Kristy Sweeney.

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CATHERINE TRAICOS RELEASES HER OWN FACEBOOK APP AND ANNOUNCES NEW SHOWS

BY Show off Services | 30-Nov-2012

UNPAVED READERS’ POLL: 2012 FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR. Praise for the new album In Another Life: With the critical platitudes and success of the In Another Life album and tour, Catherine Traicos is pleased to announce a string of new shows stretching across summer and the launch of her very own Facebook app.

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Joy to the World - in support of the School of Hard Knocks Institute

BY CarolineK | 28-Nov-2012

School of Hard Knocks Institute, Arts, cultural and wellbeing programs for the disadvantaged presents JOY TO THE WORLD. Wednesday 12th December, St Michael's Uniting Church. Sing all your favourite carols with Jonathon Welch AM and the musical forces of THECHO!R, Footscray Yarraville City Band, Choir of Hope & Inspiration. Plus Lots of SPECIAL GUESTS, including Liane Keegan & more!!

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TJUPI Band

BY Casula Power House Arts Centre | 28-Nov-2012

Tjupi (Honey Ant) come from Papunya, 250 km North West of Alice Springs. The Tjupi Band play energetic and emotive desert reggae. Singing in Luritja (as well as in English), they are the foremost musical inspiration for people across Central Australia.

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It's My Party ( And I'll Die If I Want To)

BY Casula Power House Arts Centre | 28-Nov-2012

Gruff, well ordered, quintessentially Aussie family man Ron is convinced he is dying. In a magnanimous gesture of loving finality, he hosts a party, giving his wife and children the chance to spend a few last quality moments as a family.

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Infinite Space

BY Casula Power House Arts Centre | 28-Nov-2012

Infinite Space is a breathtaking example of classical dance re-interpreted to inspire both new and loyal ballet audiences. It will entrance audiences as it takes them on a choreographic journey through four acclaimed and original works, all brought to life by a uniquely talented dance ensemble.

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Box Man

BY Casula Power House Arts Centre | 28-Nov-2012

A powerful, critically acclaimed new Australian play, Boxman is a one man show written by Daniel Keene and directed by Matt Scholten with the extraordinary African actor Terry Yeboah performing.

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Akmal Live!

BY Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre | 28-Nov-2012

Akmal is one of Australia’s most respected, successful and accomplished comics. He displays an incredible ability to deal with hot topics in a hilarious way. People were rocking back & forth, holding in their stomachs and shouting out with laughter.

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Mars Gallery Christmas finale art party

BY Andy Dinan - [Mars] Gallery | 28-Nov-2012

Overprocessed by Saffron Newey, Cross Pollination new works from the Life on Earth Series by Zoe Amor, Oscar Wilde's The Selfish Giant illustrated by bitva Voutila

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Manyung Christmas Show

BY Manyung Gallery Group | 27-Nov-2012

Join us to celebrate the end of another year of fabulous art at the Opening of our Christmas Show. Friday 30th November, 6pm - 9pm, Manyung Mount Eliza.

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Prudence Rees-Lee Releases - Emmanuelle

BY Show off Services | 26-Nov-2012

Emmanuelle comes in the midst of what one might call a spiritual quest. From the Berlin Conservatorium of Music, to the Ashrams of South India and UFO landing sites in the Mojave Desert, Prudence Rees-Lee's life to date has been an endless voyage seeking the points where music and earthly transcendence collide.

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