An exhibition by the Valley Potters The Valley Potters is a group based in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, which aims to encourage high standards of craftsmanship and provide a point of contact with fellow potters. This exhibition features a range of different studio ceramics - Raku or Sagar fired work to give different surface effects; platters and pots with a variety of differet glazes, sculptures, including one of our own Julia; sculptural additions, including pots with Australian animals; painted pots.
Romance Was Born, one of Australia’s most internationally celebrated fashion houses, will apply their famously quirky design sensibility to The Johnston Collection.
Perennial Moments is Saori Kita’s first solo exhibition. These intriguing and beautiful jewellery works are made by using rough cut gemstones and traditional casting techniques.
Dvorak’s mellifluous quintet is tailor-made for the weightier sonorities of a string orchestra and this new arrangement gives full rein to the MCO strings at their richest and most lush. Complementing father Bach’s third Brandenburg concerto is son Carl Philipp Emanuel’s Sturm und Drang - filled concerto, here to be given brilliant expression by rising star flute-player Taryn Richards.
Art enthusiasts will be given an exclusive opportunity to tour the inaugural Expo Chicago with respected art consultant, Anne McGravie-Wright from (13th – 24th) September 2012.
Time Machine: Sue Ford August 31 2012 - October 14 2012 Sue Ford (1943–2009) was one of Australia’s most important photographers and filmmakers. Ford studied photography at RMIT and in 1974 was the first Australian photographer accorded a solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria. The exhibition describes a period when photography was charged with political and personal meaning. It provides a great opportunity for audiences to reassess the talent of this important photographer, whose work was at once political, beautiful and elegiac. In an era when the photograph has become highly disposable it is important to acknowledge its role as an agent of change and memory. Monash Gallery of Art travelling exhibition
Don't miss this ONE DAY SEMINAR where FIVE professional specialist illustrators talk about their work, processes, experiences, and show us through their amazing portfolios
The Australian Boys Choir pays tribute to our nation’s gifted composers in a choral music celebration.
Travel Sketching is simply that. Seeing something that appeals when traveling about - overseas or in the back garden - which you want to sketch quickly. While you have the chance. Just a pen and sketchbook and there you have it. Come to weekly classes or join us in France or Fiji in 2013.
Art at Linden Gate Gallery invites you to the opening of LandEscape a series of paintings by Amanda Ruck on Saturday 1st September at 4 pm and sponsored by Punt Road Wine.
Let Georgette help you develop your hidden creativity and create a work of art in clay that you will be proud of.
Elizabeth Wojciak's new show 'Enigma' opens Thursday the 23rd of August at 6pm!
The Ballarat International Foto Biennale in partnership with Royal South Street Society and Ballarat Regional Tourism, and our sponsors Canon and Studio Gallery Eleven40, present a brand new prize for performance photography. Take a Bow has two sections - Open, with a cash prize of $1500, and a Youth section with a prize..
Are you a young creative Australian looking to further your skills within the performing arts? Do you want to find out what it’s like to develop exciting interdisciplinary work alongside a team of artistic professionals? Do you fancy some expert advice and a chance to collaborate with a professional mentor on a large-scale creative project over a period of 2-3 months? If so, then the A is for Atlas Youth Mentoring Program is perfect for YOU!
The Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) will hold its annual conference at MONA at the end of this month. FUTURE VISION: The Public Gallery in the 21st Century will consider the impact of MONA on the sector and map out a future vision for public galleries across Australia.
Artists Den and Gallery is proud to present “The Peoples Choice” Art Exhibition. A wonderful opportunity to see 10 of your favourite artists again, chosen from each of our group exhibitions shown throughout the year.
Melbourne artist Jenny McCracken, previous winner of Parramatta’s popular Chalk Urban Art Festival, has received the ultimate boost before she competes for Australia in the ‘Olympics’ of street painting in Italy in the early hours of tomorrow (Australian time) – from the inventor and hero of 3D pavement art, Kurt Wenner.
Junichi Takahashi, who has taken celebrity portraits of Robert De Niro, Jennifer Lopez, Susan Sarandon and Vivienne Westwood, will be showcasing his NIPPON-JIN collection at the Japan Foundation Gallery from 31 August until 28 September.
‘Nunsense’ is a hilarious spoof about the misadventures of five nuns trying to manage a fundraiser. Sadly, the rest of the sisterhood died from botulism after eating vichyssoise prepared by Sister Julia. Thus, the remaining nuns – ballet-loving Sister Leo, street-wise Sister Robert Anne, befuddled Sister Mary Amnesia, the Mother Superior Sister Regina, and mistress of the novices Sister Mary Hubert – stage a talent show in order to raise the money to bury their dearly departed
Gasworks Arts Park and La Mama Theatre presents - Love, law, charity and shame lie at the bottom of many a birth; these themes are investigated by an expert, a deliberately barren spinster accompanied by her dog love child.