The 2020 UNSW Press Bragg Prize for Science Writing, supported by the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund, has been awarded to Ceridwen Dovey for her story, ‘True Grit’, about the baffling nature of moondust.
Adelaide Festival Centre is celebrating the success of OzAsia Festival 2020 and is encouraging audiences to keep engaging with the free online content available.
Chair of Copyright Agency Australia Kim Williams has used today’s annual general meeting to welcome Arthur Baker, Kirsty Murray and Richard Eccles to the board of Copyright Agency.
FORM Dance Projects has announced the winners of its annual dance festival, Sharp Short Dance, following a
livestreamed final event held on Saturday 21st November.
Up Late with Belvoir and Moonshine & Tits Productions present the premiere of 44 Sex Acts in One Week from 16-20 December.
Patterns In-between is Bic Tieu’s self-examination as a Southeast Asian Australian woman living between two cultures.
Isolate Make explores how creative practice has adapted to isolation, associated restrictions and production challenges, or simply in response to the tragic global events.
After nearly three years in construction, Australia’s newest art gallery on Queensland’s Gold Coast has announced its 2021 lineup.
MGA will thrown open the doors to reveal the 60 shortlisted artworks for the 2020 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize. In keeping with strict COVID-19 safety protocols visitors can view the exhibition in person from Saturday 21 November 2020 or from the comfort of their own home via a virtual tour wherever they are located. Once visitors have explored the three gallery spaces they can head to the online voting portal to cast a vote in the Smith & Singer People’s Choice Award.
Nine months since the curtains came down and after hundreds of hours of planning and work,
Melbourne’s iconic Theatre Works proudly presents an innovative and COVIDSafe new
theatrical experience. #TheatreWorks @TheatreWorksStKilda (FB and Insta) @Theatre_Works (Twitter)
Beloved Australian singer, songwriter and guitarist Mia Dyson has announced a special upcoming release to coincide with the 15-year anniversary of her highly acclaimed album Parking Lots. Set to be released Friday 4 December, the Parking Lots (Revisited) EP will feature five completely reimagined tracks from the album, stripped to their core and dressed again, with new arrangements, special guest appearances and additional nuances, all approached through Dyson’s highly considered idiosyncratic lens.
Movember is nearly upon us so come raise some money for charity while having a laugh. They say laughter is the best medicine. Morphine might disagree, but let's just agree that laughter makes you feel pretty bloody good. On Wednesday 18 November, What's Golden is hosting an incredible lineup of Brisbane's best stand up comedians. Grab your tickets and help raise money for a good cause. #movember #menshealth #thetivoli #whatsgolden #comedy #standupcomedy
After a 4 year gap, Trevor Ashley will return as Liza in a brand new Xmas show, Ring Them Bells: A Very Liza Xmas.
In her latest exhibition titled "Living in Ipswich", South African-born ceramic artist Jane du Rand captures the architectural detail and quirky spirit of iconic Queenslander houses in her adopted home town. The exhibition at the Ipswich Art Gallery is on show daily until Sunday 14 February 2021 from 9:30am to 5pm (Christmas closure: 24 Dec 2020 to 3 Jan 2021 inclusive). Entry is free.
Gallery Elysium is re-openimg after the longest lockdown in Australian history with a brand new Group Exhibition featuring the works of Melbourne Artists. Phillip Doggett-Williams, Bart sanciolo and Sonny Dalimore.
Darebin’s multi-arts festival FUSE is launching a new project entitled Wurru-Wurru, which sees six local artists handpicked to create fresh and original music, poetry, dance and visual art, featuring include: Bumpy, Coree Thorpe (Lucid Juncture), Pirritu, Culture Evolves (Brent Watkins), Monica Jasmine Karo, and Dimpa.
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Belvoir is pleased to announce the productions making up the first part of their 2021 season.
The work of award-winning artist Marco Luccio can usually be found hanging in galleries and collections from New York City to Hong Kong, but for now he’s using it to instill hope on the streets of Melbourne and Sydney.
TMO End A Tough Year On A High With A Vibrant Return To Live Performance