"Women of Substance" Exhibiting February at Red Hill Gallery - featuring Emma Middleton, Rebecca Pierce, Danielle McManus & Madeleine Ekeblad
Free Weekly “A Capella” Singing Course From Feb… Ever wanted to: Sing in a choir with a talented group? Sing a wide range of musical styles? Sing in quality public performances? Sing in four-part harmony? Now you can!
Docklands Studios Melbourne welcomes a new era in Film & Television Production Completed studio upgrade unveiled, expected to attract more television production to Victoria.
Glenn Robbins the star of Kath & Kim, Russell Coight and Fast Forwar. Live at The Comics Lounge in North Melbourne
Warrandyte Festival Art Prize 2013. Artists are invited to work within the Warrandyte Festival recinct on festival weekend to produce a work of art that “captures the spirit of the Festival and the natural beauty of Warrandyte”.
NAVA's monthly Tuesday sessions explore topical issues and practical advice for artists, craftspeople and deisgners.This month we're hosting a workshop by Electra Frost covering important finance and tax issues for artists. Developing an understanding finance and tax, and how to effectively and appropriately manage your art practice are crucial needs for those in the creative sector. For more details visit the web link.
Sunday, 24 March, Riverside returns to Broadway to celebrate its 25th Anniversary with Music Extravaganza & Afternoon Tea.
OLIVER! For Sydney’s South from 1 March. Newly-founded St George Theatre Company (incorporating historic Rockdale Musical Society) will present one of Broadway and the West End’s all-time favourites: OLIVER!
FALLOW, a derelict inner city Melbourne house transformed into a unique art installation, has announced an extended season. The St Kilda site, initially open for a four-week period, has extended its free public viewings on weekends until March 31. Based on the notion that like all living things, buildings too are subject to the cycle of creation, the FALLOW project explores a range of interlinking topics and approaches to ideas of memory, history, ownership, stability, and materiality.
Preview week of forthcoming exhibiting artists.
ON SALE MONDAY 11 FEBRUARY, 9AM - Adam Hills is back from the UK and will be hitting the road with a national tour of Happyism - his highly anticipated first solo show in three years. Happyism will debut at the iconic Princess Theatre during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival then head to Hobart, Perth, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide and Sydney.
Join us at the Opening to view new works by Janine Daddo, Lisa Cox and Meredith Gaston. and to celebrate the spirit of Valentine's Day. Enjoy breakfast or lunch on site at Matchless Cafe, now open Sundays. Exhibition continues until Sunday 3rd March.
This ambitious project by established WA artist Michele Theunissen is an evocative three screen projection. Accompanied by a resonant soundtrack featuring Xhosa female throat singers, the film follows the journey of a brightly-clad band of travellers along the edge of rugged mountains in South Africa. A simultaneously stark and joyous work, the film references power struggles between South Africa's indigenous people and British Imperialists through elaborate costume, song and landscape.
A significant solo exhibition by Brisbane-based artist and musician Ross Manning, Volumes is a series of phenomenological assemblages exploring interactions between light, movement and sound. The PICA galleries will be filled with breathtaking kinetic light installations and flooded with stunning colour washes as mobiles constructed from multiple coloured fluorescent tubes and simple domestic fans slowly spin in constant, seductive motion.
Screen Café presents. The Tunnel. Riverside Theatres. Monday 4 March 2013 at 7pm. An eerie tale of a quest to uncover the truth. The Tunnel is an Australian documentary-style horror set in subterranean Sydney directed by Carlo Ledesma and co-produced by Julian Harvey and Enzo Tedeschi, screening at Riverside Theatres on Monday, 4 March as a part of the Screen Café 2013 series.
Florence Broadhurst (1899 – 1977) born on a remote rural station in Queensland, Australia, was an enigma and a legend whose exhilarating legacy, a design archive, is making waves globally today. Paying homage to Florence’s renowned talent in screen print design, each quilt cover set, European and square cushion is uniquely printed with pearlised inks laid across 400 thread count, 100% cotton sateen.
Art Est. is pleased to introduce a series of Master class workshops with noteable and award winning Australian artists. We have selected these experienced and inspirational teachers to bring Art Est. students an exciting program of weekend workshops throughout 2013.
Winners and Shortlisted Entries have been announced. After a successful launch in 2011 Temporary Gallery has been presenting the New Art Awards 2012 The aim is to recognise and to promote visual and performing artists.
In her first solo exhibition at Arts Project Australia, beauty, isolation and melancholy are triumphantly summoned by Anne Lynch.
There is many an artwork gem to be located in the stockroom of Arts project, or perhaps a more accurate statement, a veritable plethora of jewels to be found.