With every exhibition, this group converts new fans. Now Monte Lupo opens its next highly anticipated exhibition at Marks and Gardner Gallery, entitled Alice
Philip Samartzis talks to artist Madelynne Cornish about the trials and tribulations of sonically documenting the Finnish winter landscape during her residency at the Serlachius Museum in Mänttä.
Internationally acclaimed sound designer and naturalist Douglas Quin [US] talks about his sound practice and what he’s up to in Australia.
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Here We Are is a group exhibition curated by gallery manager, Caroline Jones, on view from 30 July - 2 September. The exhibition will showcase some of Australia’s most exciting young contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums: printmaking, painting, photography, film, drawing, sculpture, textiles and collage.
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As the driving force behind one of the Arts longest success stories, where does Stephen Page, Artistic Director of Bangarra Dance Theatre, continue to draw his inspiration?
design. art. boutique craft. fine food. music. The Fine Design Market is an independent design and arts market featuring Australian made and designed products. Our mission is to support both emerging and established designers and artists by providing a platform to showcase their quality works and help them to connect with their audience. Grand opening 16 September 2012 then operating on the 2nd Sunday of each month.
A chilling story based on true events in Sydney's Woolloomooloo... Featuring Amanda McGregor, Paul Blenheim and Kimberley Hews Alana is a property developer. Miles is a dentist. They've got three bedrooms on two levels, sea views, and not a whole lot to say to each other anymore. The cracks in their relationship have only just started forming, and now there's Alana's rotting tooth to deal with. Under the bridge are Ned and Lexie, two homeless teens who are sick of being passed around.
Australia will be taking on the world’s best at the ‘Olympics’ of street painting when Chalk Urban Art Festival champion Jenny McCracken travels to Italy for the historic 40th anniversary of the competition next month. Jenny will be competing against the world's best at Grazie di Curtatone, home of the world’s original street painting festival, accompanied by a film crew who will make a documentary of her journey to be screened in 2013. With her on the trip will be Chalk Urban Art Festival founder and director Andi Mether, and filmmakers Claire Balart and Shaun Flaherty.
A photographic exhibition by Darron Davies, held at Dome Gallery in the historic Mission to Seafarers building at 717 Flinders Street.
Popular Fairfax Media youth culture and lifestyle website has had its first makeover in four years. Australia’s highly popular youth culture and lifestyle website TheVine, a joint venture of Fairfax Metro Media and Lifelounge, has today been relaunched with a refreshed design and new branding created to appeal to its fast-growing audience.
The Red Tape is the first solo exhibition from Townsville artist Eric Nash, who gained his Bachelor of Visual Arts majoring in Painting from James Cook University in 2007. Since then Nash has been included in numerous group exhibitions and remained involved in the industry as an artsworker.
After premiering at the Toronto Film Festival in September 2011, the acclaimed film BARRYMORE, based on the play by William Luce, is screening at Riverside Theatres on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 August.
Have you ever noticed how much the things surronding us can tell? All objects reflect something, they all have their own stories... We just need to recognise them!
The passionately artificial pop music enshrined in the 11 songs on their debut album are much more closely related to the aesthetic perception of music of the two young men than as if they had presented themselves as Country/Americana purists. But “Love & Fist”, mastered by Michi Danner, still offers enough room for a pedal steel, played by Stephan Stanzel from A Life, A Song, A Cigarette, and for a guest performance by Frenk Lebel.
Entries are invited for the 8th annual Indoor Outdoor Sculpture exhibition showcasing the diversity and excellence of Victorian sculpture practice. Successful applicants are eligible to apply separately for the $10,000 Toyota Community Spirit Artist Travel Award.
Maria Tiimon, a brave and compelling young woman balances her personal life with her advocacy work captured beautifully in The Hungry Tide.
XDR (Australia) Cultural Promotion presents RUSSIAN NATIONAL BALLET THEATRE Swan Lake Australian National Tour September – November 2012 Beautiful full length performances of two of the most cherished classical ballets of all time
From the Top End to Tasmania, the nation’s most outstanding Indigenous artists have been selected as the finalists in the 2012 National Indigenous Music Awards with the winners announced on August 11.
After a successful launch in 2011 Temporary Gallery is presenting the "New Art Awards 2012" The aim is to recognise and to promote visual and performing artists. Enter now and be in the running to join our list of champions for Art Project of the Month!