Three exhibitions at Depot II Gallery - Rachel Carroll, Mark Rhodes and Lisa Woolfe, Rachel Carroll, Mark Rhodes and Lisa Woolfe are artists united by the land. In three concurrent solo exhibitions at Depot II Gallery Danks Street, each artist presents their unique view of the landscape. Join the artists for opening drinks on Saturday 17 November 4-7pm Depot II gallery Danks Street 2 Danks Street, Waterloo. Exhibition dates 13-24 November
Three simple elements which feature in Peter Berner’s deceptively simple observations on the world around him… Caffeine, Ink and Paper is an exhibition of new works from the better-known stand up comic and media personality, kicking off at Cyclone Gallery from 20 November 2012.
Amato / Blue is seasonally desired. Drawing from the universal symbol for childhood that is heavily surrounded by nostalgia, Blue Is Seasonally Desired is a collection of video sculptures influenced by the sensory experience of the carousel and is the final work that will conclude Amato’s year long investigation into the American carousel. Santina Amato’s initial attraction to the carousel was to explore how she could intertwine a child-like aesthetic into society's perspective of feminine beauty, attraction, sexuality and death.
Jeremy Kibel / New Works, 2012. Free event to the public
Join Jeremy Kibel in his floor talk presentation, Saturday 24th November, 3.30pm
2013 Advanced Highlights Release. With just a month to go before our 2013 program launch we are excited to give you a sneak peek at the 2013 Perth Festival, with four stand-out events from four continents, including two Australian exclusives. This is just a taste of what’s in store - our full program will be announced 8pm, Wednesday 7 November and ticket sales for Friends of the Festival open that night.
From the team who created In Bruges, comes Seven Psychopaths, an inventive, violent, hilarious film that retains the deft writing and comically twisted creativity about moralistic criminals that made In Bruges a cult classic.
The 2012 Border Art Prize will be exhibited at Tweed River Art Gallery from Friday 30 November 2012 to Sunday 13 January 2013.
Congratulations to the 92 Sydney Design Awards finalists. Stage One voting for finalists saw over 3000 votes with over 2000 from industry peers including the 15 strong judging panel and 1200 from the design marketplace. Stage Two voting for winners is now underway with voting closing 12 November.
Handmade art and craft at affordable prices for Christmas. 25 November - 22 December 2012 Community Launch Event Sunday 25 November 2 pm - 4 pm Free Sausage Sizzle by Eastern Region Men’s shed Free Caricatures by Cartoon Guy - Allan Addams Christmas carols performed by Dolce Recorder Group Artist demonstrations Christmas sweet treats for sale.
The Australian High Commission Islamabad and Rohtas Gallery are pleased to present here and there... Prints by Damon Kowarsky. To be officially opened by HE Mr Peter Heyward, Australian High Commissioner
WetlandCare Australia invites artists and photographers to enter our 6th annual National Art and Photography Competition. Help us promote wetlands and exhibit your work at Hunter Wetlands Centre, Newcastle to celebrate World Wetlands Day on Saturday 2 February 2013.
FAST+FRESH DANCE 2012. YOUTH DANCE FESTIVAL SPOTLIGHTS FRESH TALENT! The best and brightest dancers and choreographers in NSW strut their stuff when Form Dance Projects and Riverside present the fifth annual Fast+Fresh Dance Festival this month.
After successful productions of Jerry’s Girls in March and Seussical, Jr. in July, Bankstown Theatre Company has embarked on the production of Cosi. This challenging masterpiece by Australian playwright Louis Nowra, under the direction of Arthur Pickering, will be BTC’s final show for 2012.
RAE BOLOTIN has an affinity for metal and her latest pieces incorporate treasured heirlooms – the family silver. BOLOTIN repurposes antiques, converting them according to a contemporary visual language. Elements of line, volume, space, rhythm and structure are explored to create unified and poetic abstract forms. Like the cutlery set they once were, these contemplative objects are mannered, elegant and refined.
We invite you to celebrate an anticipation of summer with our November exhibitions! Showcasing a dynamic collection of works, from high profile artists recognised for their superior talents through national awards and commissions, our November exhibitions are not to be missed.
The artists’ talks provide a great chance to hear and question some of this year’s leading artists as they discuss their prize-winning artworks and the judges’ comments about their work.
Artists’ studio residencies in Blacktown CBD are available from January 2013. Two studios are available for short term or long term occupancy.
We congratulate Government on its commitment to making the NDIS real in 2013, but we still need your support. Are you an artist or supporter of the arts? Show your commitment to the inclusion of artists with a disability by getting behind this once in a generation reform to the disability system. Your support for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) could make the difference that enables artists with a disability to take part on an equal basis in Australia’s cultural life.
The Adelaide Airport Brighton Jetty Classic Sculptures Exhibition will be run from Wednesday 23rd January to Sunday 3rd February 2013 at Brighton Surf Life Saving Club, Esplanade, Brighton, South Australia.
The Award Winning Australian Play by LOUIS NOWRA. What a truly amazing night. I approached the evening with a very open mind and little knowledge of the play. You can imagine my concern when in the opening moments the issues of mental health and Mozart appeared in the opening scenes. I am truly in awe of the director Arthur Pickering for his amazing direction and for the ability of the actors to portray the humanity of the characters.