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Invitation - The Feast a contemporary and inter-cultural artistic experience to gorge yourself on.

BY Arts Access Victoria | 18-Mar-2013

Presented in the heart of Sunshine and in true street theatre style "The Feast" will celebrate and adorn the bustle of Sunshine's public domain, welcoming audiences into an iconic marquee, treating them to an interactive theatrical performance featuring movement, live percussion and design installation. "The Feast" will showcase the artistry of St Albans based disability arts and culturally diverse program Way Out West, presented in partnership with Arts Access Victoria and Westvale Community Centre.

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TMO Chamber Players - Woodwind Octet

BY The Metropolitan Orchestra | 18-Mar-2013

Showcasing the principal wind players of The Metropolitan Orchestra, The Woodwind Octet will perform works by Beethoven, Schubert and Mozart in the wonderful intimate surrounds of Leichhardt Town Hall. Don’t miss this fabulous performance from some of Sydney’s finest Wind players.

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Field Trip Melbourne 2013 - Tickets sales are open now!

BY Field Trip Conference | 18-Mar-2013

The Jacky Winter Group & Australian Infront Present 'Field Trip' - A Creative Conference Like No Other. Returning for a victory lap for the second year in a row at ACMI, Field Trip 2013 will surely be just as great as our event last year. In other words, a potentially life changing event.

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TMO Chamber Players – The Cellists

BY The Metropolitan Orchestra | 18-Mar-2013

The Cellists of The Metropolitan Orchestra come together for the first time in this intimate chamber performance featuring some of their favourite Cello pieces. Featured on the programme are works by Handel, Wagner, Villa-Lobos, Schumann and even Metallica. Definitely not to be missed.

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SONG - Ranters Theatre at Arts House

BY Arts House | 17-Mar-2013

A colaborative song cycle for contemporary life, immersed on sound, sky, wind, light and scent. Created by Ranters Theatre with acclaimed Brazilian visual artist Laura Lima (13 Rooms, Kaldor Public Art Projects, Sydney), and UK musician James Tyson, SONG places the audience within a constructed ‘nature’ – a world formed in the space between shifting skies and ‘cushioning’ grass.

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Maio Motoko | Moment by Moment Heartbeat by Heartbeat

BY Byron Kehoe | 16-Mar-2013

Currently on view as part of Asia Week New York 2013 at Lesley Kehoe Galleries, Level 5, The Fuller Building Maio Motoko’s 10 screen master work ‘Moment By Moment Heartbeat by Heartbeat' is the most significant body of work created by this artist to date. The depth and breadth of Maio’s creativity and intuitive understanding of the human condition naturally calls forth an emotional response from the viewer.

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Upcoming Exhibition Opening at Obscura Gallery

BY Obscura Gallery | 15-Mar-2013

Nerissa Mary Johns, Meg Cowell & Angelo Kehagias will be opening their solo exhibitions at Obscura Gallery on Thursday 11th April from 6.30- 8.30pm
 with a special performance by musician Dan Webb

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Flight, Photographs at the Castlemaine Fringe

BY Jessie Boylan | 15-Mar-2013

Many inner city dwellers 'move to the country' or do a 'tree change', but what lives are lived once that change takes place? These photographs intimately look at the ways in which new communities are laying down their roots in the Goldfields region of Victoria.

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Laubar Art

BY Laurens Barnard | 15-Mar-2013

Despite an emphasis on humor, closer observation does reveal an underlying concern with the lesser apparent ambiguities of gender related issues, eg. half-moustached half bearded human males appearing with calculated regularity in his work. On a deeper psycho-social level these labile male depictions may be representative of the (currently debated) systematic disintegration of our long established feminine phobic patriarchal culture.

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Recycled Art by John Dahlsen

BY Leroy | 13-Mar-2013

John Dahlsen's Statement on Environmental Art Works are viewable at Kallalu in Coolangatta. Work for me as an environmental artist began accidentally. In the middle of the 1990’s I was collecting driftwood in Victoria on the southern Australian coastline. I had intended to make furniture out of my finds, as I had done as a student at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne in the late ‘70s and throughout the subsequent years.

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The Art of Fernando Solano

BY Leroy | 13-Mar-2013

Fernando Solano arrived in Australia from Italy in 1949. He began his full time painting career in 1974 and became a foundation member of the Gold Coast Cultural Centre in 1977.

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