The paintings for this exhibition explore figurative elements combined with abstraction and pattern and are the culmination of a body of work which began with the artist's residency in Spain in 2011 and subsequent travel in Morocco, when, as a first-time solo traveller, the artist was distinctly out of her - comfort zone.
Please join me for my first showing at Tsunami! OPENING NIGHT: Thursday, April 25th, 2013 7pm - Close Drink Specials and nibbles. Come along and have a drink with me!
Life Drawing Classes - Tutored and Untutored to the Regional Community
Following her sell-out first Australian show in 2012, Elements is excited to show new work by popular American lowbrow artist Bethany Marchman. Dealing largely with the anthropomorphism of animals, this new series is both playful and morbid. Part creepy, part cute, the show puts her amazing painting skills on display, as well as her knack for kitsch.
Get ready for one of the craftiest BrisStyle indie Twilight Markets of the year with a night of locally created handmade craft, workshops, demonstrations, installations and the launch of the 2013 Saviours of the Lost Arts Festival!
A new play by Alan Bennett
Two exciting events: Open Studio Weekend 4-5 May, 2013, and PST exhibition at the Mornington Regional Gallery May 2 - June 2, 2013.
Take a satirical look at the year’s best political highs and lows with a series of cartoons by Australia’s leading cartoonists at Riverside Theatres from Friday 12 April till Sunday 26 May.
FOOD Week Art Experience at the Barracks Galleries & Studios – we invite you to find artists at work in their studios, discover why and how they create, look at recent artworks throughout the various art spaces in an enjoyable visit to Colour City Creatives Inc! With over 12 working studios to explore, 2 gallery spaces all located within a historic precinct – the former railway Barracks in Orange!
A unique piece of theatre that carefully explores several short stories by Katherine Mansfield. Combining classic drawing room comedy, surrealism and knife-edge Chekhovian like drama, Abrahams delicately weaves moments from the stories together, using wicked doses of humour and suspense to create a rich tapestry that darts and dives around three pairs of would-be lovers in Edwardian England, and the bitter hope that keeps them bound to each other.
We are excited to launch our terrific program for Australia's most dynamic Singers Festival! Melbourne International Singers Festival, June 2013. The diverse range of opportunities for singers and choirs to sing, learn, experience and expand their own musical journey has never been more exciting.
Please join us for the official opening on Saturday April 20 from 6-9pm. All are welcome. Nikky Morgan-Smith: The art of Morgan-Smith might well be thought of as embodying Klee's notion of unleashing the wanderings of the subconscious through gestural freedom. In her works drawing and painting unite to express a host of often fantastic, metamorphic imagery set amidst vapory bathrooms.
Brigid Ryan: Part landscape, part figuration, Ryan's paintings bring together a multiplicity of things seen, felt and remembered. There is a feeling for the interconnectedness of all things and a sense of humanity as we enter her experiential response to place. Brigid describes her works as a kind of anthropomorphism of landscape.
Born in a country of colossal pyramids, these forms began to appear almost unconsciously in the work of Ernesto Rios.
The Southside Market is a monthly indoor event that provides market loving girls and guys with a large selection of Melbourne’s best handmade and vintage stuff. Pristine vintage clothing and accessories, emerging designer fashion, meticulously designed accessories, delightful homewares and food.
ARTS ATTACK is back, and while drama and dance are still key components, this time the program leans heavily towards the art of drawing. Renowned Geelong artists Samantha Thompson and Glen Smith will take several sessions over the second week of the holidays, including Illustrative Zine Creation, Brainsplat Drawing and – the Drawing’s on the Wall (where – you guessed it – participants will design and draw in posca on one of Courthouse ARTS’ prisitine walls!)
Some big news - we’ve launched our new mobile site! We’re always listening to what you’re telling us about how to improve your experience using the Pozible site with tablets and smartphones.
Band of The Giants are a cohesive group of dynamic and professional musicians, focused on providing the perfect atmosphere for your next event.
After a sell-out season at Belvoir St Theatre, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is transferring to the Theatre Royal for further performances from Wednesday, 10 April till Sunday, 21 April 2013.
STEPHEN BRADLEY is launching his fourth novel, - The Time Capsule' together with his latest exhibition 'She Dreams of Liberation. Bradley writes using a stream of consciousness discipline he calls 'streaming' and paints on found canvases, blanking out what already exists and then working intuitively to create a new work. The results of both disciplines are wildly imaginative, endlessly surprising, richly layered and, on first glance, complex.
Cutting-edge creative collaborations emerge as company prepares for World Premiere in 5 weeks. Bangarra Dance Theatre breaks the silence with its emotionally powerful, physically dynamic production Blak. The brand new work explodes with stories about a contemporary clan and the collision of two worlds.