Gruff, well ordered, quintessentially Aussie family man Ron is convinced he is dying. In a magnanimous gesture of loving finality, he hosts a party, giving his wife and children the chance to spend a few last quality moments as a family.
Infinite Space is a breathtaking example of classical dance re-interpreted to inspire both new and loyal ballet audiences. It will entrance audiences as it takes them on a choreographic journey through four acclaimed and original works, all brought to life by a uniquely talented dance ensemble.
A powerful, critically acclaimed new Australian play, Boxman is a one man show written by Daniel Keene and directed by Matt Scholten with the extraordinary African actor Terry Yeboah performing.
Akmal is one of Australia’s most respected, successful and accomplished comics. He displays an incredible ability to deal with hot topics in a hilarious way. People were rocking back & forth, holding in their stomachs and shouting out with laughter.
Overprocessed by Saffron Newey, Cross Pollination new works from the Life on Earth Series by Zoe Amor, Oscar Wilde's The Selfish Giant illustrated by bitva Voutila
Join us to celebrate the end of another year of fabulous art at the Opening of our Christmas Show. Friday 30th November, 6pm - 9pm, Manyung Mount Eliza.
Emmanuelle comes in the midst of what one might call a spiritual quest. From the Berlin Conservatorium of Music, to the Ashrams of South India and UFO landing sites in the Mojave Desert, Prudence Rees-Lee's life to date has been an endless voyage seeking the points where music and earthly transcendence collide.
A collection of new artwork by Laura Blythman. Drawing inspiration from The Smiths, Joy Division, Bowie, E.L.O recognisable lyrics are sure to please. This collection is fancy, but in a fancy-in-a-non-pretentious-kind-o-way…
Helicopter pilot and photographer, Richard Green, has explored Australia’s wildest places for more than 20 years. Most of the destinations he visits are not accessible even by four-wheel drive vehicles and many have never previously been photographed. Through his images, he captures the untouched, raw beauty of nature.
This summer’s night-time market, to be held on Saturday 1st December from 4pm-10pm at Kingston City Hall, will welcome thousands of people from all over Melbourne looking for that perfect Christmas gift. Choose unique, handmade wares from 60 stalls with paintings, ceramics, fashion, accessories, photography, jewellery, books, hats, collectables, stationery, furniture, toys and more!
shows a part of the new paintings we saw in 2012. Maybe it is one of the last groups of paintings for us before the end of the world. In fact, the core of painting is related to it. It has nothing to do with the promise of the future, is independent of the existence or the pros and cons, but is just a spirit retained by a purely visual form. The invited artists are also making efforts to explore. In addition, we also emphasize Young in this exhibition. Being young is a state. For art, young artists still have original curiosity.
The 16th Queenscliff Music Festival is set to rock out over the last full weekend in November 2012. Kicking off Friday 23rd at 6PM, there will be multiple stages and venues throughout Queenscliff, showcasing the best in Australian music.
Pop up stairs! For the first time South Fremantle based Artitja Fine Art will hold their Christmas affordable art exhibition on the first floor of the PS Art Studios in Packenham Street, in central Fremantle. Now in its fourth year the ART + OBJECTS: small and affordable Christmas exhibition of fine art, sculpture, textiles, ceramics and jewellery by Indigenous artists from communities around the country gives everyone the opportunity to start collecting art. From small affordable paintings and objects through to high-end works of art, there is something for one and all.
Two Weeks. Twwwwwo weeks! No one wants to fake memories of great conferences gone by *gets awesome Total Recall reference in*, so let’s show you some work to get your mind a racing of what’s to come and get you a ticket pronto.
Underground Cinema is a secret immersive film screening event held in secret locations throughout inner Melbourne & Sydney.
MERRAN ESSON and GUY STUART are two master artists who make sophisticated responses to the Australian landscape. MERRAN ESSON is one of Australia’s most prominent ceramicists. She links the tactility of potting to the sensory textures of the bush. GUY STUART is an eminent painter who has developed an iconic visual language to articulate his surrounding landscape.
PAUL HIGGS and MIIK GREEN create joyous, tactile works. They share a fascination with optical contrast and a sense of excitement in the moment when two colours or textures meet.
Make tracks to Danks St! During Art Month, Stella Downer Fine Art will offer a wild experience. The gallery will become a menagerie as twelve exhibiting artists delight in all creatures great and small. From insects to elephants, animals have always been a beloved subject matter for artists. Zoologica will include ceramics, drawings, glass, painting & sculpture by TANYA CHAITOW, VIOLA DOMINELLO, LYNDA DRAPER, RACHEL FAIRFAX, JUDY HOLDING, JACQUI HUDSON, SHERRIE KNIPE, MIKI KUBO, STEVE LOPES, JOY WARREN, TREVOR WEEKES & JOHN WRIGHT.
42 winners across the six major categories for the inaugural 2012 Sydney Design Awards have been announced by Mark Bergin, Creative Director, design100 on Wednesday 21 November at The Beresford Hotel, Sydney.
Temporary Gallery is a crowd sourced innovative online social news platform for visual and the performing arts and is currently FOR SALE.