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For over 32 years the philosophy and practice of Gould Galleries has been and remains about offering quality works. The gallery takes pride in showcasing the luminaries of Australian and International art. It has established and re-launched a number of careers and propelled many from a dynamic, diverse range of emerging contemporary artists, each revealing unique skills. It is with great pleasure that I present this exhibition and trust you enjoy my current selection spanning over a century. A number of these outstanding works have returned for resale from satisfied clients who value the discreet manner in which we deal. I look forward to welcoming you personally at the gallery to further discuss these pieces or any other art related matters. Rob Gould
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Ukrainian Polka Punk band Los Colorados with a great cover version of the Rammstein song Du Hast. - Currently 899,801 views on YouTube
17 July - 11 August.Exhibition opening to be launched by Dr. Khanh Trinh Curator of Japanese Art - Art Gallery of NSW
A mouth-watering double bill plays at Newtown’s New Theatre nightly from 25-28 July. Quiet Companions – starring Lyn Pierse and Marko Mustac – is an engrossing mix of drama and improvisation that eavesdrops on the game-playing of a decadent Victorian couple. And The Bryce is Right features award-winning cabaret artist Bryce Halliday telling – in song and sketch - the stories of history’s most obsessed and wrong individuals!
While all eyes have been fixed on the appointment of a new CEO at the Sydney Opera House, the Creative Foyer team crossed to the other side of the harbour to catch up with Richard Evans the former CEO for a Creative Talk interview.
Dr Sketchy’s will cure you of every boring art class you’ve ever been to. - The Sunday Age, Melbourne Part art, part cabaret, all fun.
OPENING RECEPTION TUESDAY, 31st JULY, 6-8PM. Annette Bezor’s work has a long-standing concern with the roles, identities and psychological and emotional states of women, which she examines by analysing images of women in popular and classical culture. Bezor appropriates imagery from numerous sources, including classical painting, contemporary decorative art and contemporary culture to draw attention to their power and influence.
The paintings of mixed media artist Alison Coulthurst explore life, love, rhythm and mood. Coulthurst's works traverse life's journey and the enrichment of the soul. She invites the viewer to feel rather than to think, to experience the energy and emotion of her work. Successfully exhibiting in Australia, England, South Africa, New Zealand, the United Arab Emirates and Italy, her work is highly sought after by collectors throughout the world. Join us at the Opening on Saturday 28th July at midday.
Adelaide's acclaimed fresh young Singer/ Songwriter, Julia Henning is performing her new hauntingly beautiful music at The Studio Sydney Opera House on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 September back by her band and an additional string quartet.
Paul Capsis and Julain Meyricks poignant Angela’s Kitchen is coming to the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre after a SOLD OUT season at Griffin Theatre Company. Angela’s Kitchen starts at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre from Tuesday, 28 August to Saturday, 1 September.
Gasworks Arts Park invites you to sample Melbourne’s top independent theatre productions with our latest season of contemporary works, Moving Parts.
StoryLines is a multicultural, multi-arts festival, providing a creative voice for the often unheard stories of Sydney’s minority cultures, launching at NIDA July 31st – August 5th, then transferring to Bondi Pavilion Theatre, before closing on August 26th.
Spaces’ by Julie Goodwin, 24 July - 12 Aug 2012 - ‘Place’ by Pauline Bailey, Helen Masin & Ken Roberts, 14 Aug - 9 Sept 2012
EXHIBITION OPENING: WEDNESDAY 18TH JULY 6-8PM Works must be delivered by Sun 15th July, 12-6pm Tap Gallery (Maximum size 2sqm, $25/work) EXHIBITION RUNS 16-28 JULY TAP BIRTHDAY PARTY: SATURDAY 28TH JULY 7-10PM Fancy Dress Theme: CRAZY!!! (Entry fee: $20/$15 Concession)
Arts Minister, Simon Crean and Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Carers, Senator Jan McLucas last week announced combined funding of $186,700 towards The Other Film Festival. Mr Crean said the funding to Arts Access Victoria for the festival would support both film makers and film goers with disability.
Inspired by William Golding's Lord Of The Flies, THE YARD breathes new life into this classic by way of the Australian school yard. Taut with tension, humour and extraordinary performances, THE YARD fuses breakdance with locking, shuffling, popping, tutting, krumping, and jerking; forms of dance found on the streets and school yards of Western Sydney. THE YARD is playing at Illawarra Performing Arts Centre on Wednesday, 27 June and Riverside Theatres on Tuesday, 28 & Friday 29 August.
From The Wharf Revue’s beloved Jonathan Biggins comes the hilarious new comedy Australia Day, playing at Riverside Theatres from Wednesday 22 to Saturday 25 August.
In 2011 I founded the Melbourne based arts-intiative, called Artcycle. The idea started years ago, when I saw my artwork piling up and selling is not always easy. It is quite time consuming to get into galleries or do a joint-exhibition etc. I wanted a web based business, where artist with similar issues could upload their artwork and manage their own account.