Artstate returns for its third year, finding its 2019 home in Tamworth. Regional Arts NSW has announced the program for Artstate Tamworth, a four-day event that will transform Tamworth into a bustling arts hub from 31st October to 3rd November 2019. @artstatensw #artstatensw
Melbourne’s inner west will shine bright after-dark when West Projections Festival flicks the switch on over 30 light installations all over the west for 10 nights in August. @westprojections #westprojections
Human beings are naturally inclined to value remembering over experiencing. But what would happen if the experiencing self were triumphant? #SensoryDecadence #OneFellSwoopCircus
Step into to awe-inspiring, contemplative meditation of Supersense’s MINIMAL program. Set within Supersense, Art Centre Melbourne’s three-day festival of ecstatic performance curated by Sophia Brous, sits Supersense MINIMAL - a program of master artists from across 20th century performance mining worlds of intense sonic beauty, contemplation and sublime minimalism. @artscentremelb #artscentremelbourne @artscentremelbourne
Harry is turning 39 on 31 July! We are here to celebrate with the best and brightest of Melbourne's Potter nerds and improvisers. Check out the show that has sold out three straight Comedy Festivals and Perth Fringe World and see what the magic is all about. Our sister show, Completely Improvised Shakespeare, is on straight after, so you can make a night of it. Both shows are family friendly and offer a money-back guarantee.
Fresh off their Melbourne International Comedy Festival season, Soothplayers are bringing Completely Improvised Shakespeare back for a special one-night engagement at the Lithuanian Club's gorgeous Main Theatre. Warm your wintry hearts with a hilarious play made up on the spot by Melbourne's finest extemporaneous Elizabethans. Check out their sister show, Completely Improvised Potter, on at the same venue just before! We guarantee you will laugh: or your money back!
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11’s Moon landing, PDNB Gallery will be exhibiting, Thomas Herbrich: The Truth About the Moon Landing. The humorous photographs featured in this exhibition, play on the conspiracy theory that this historical event was an elaborate hoax and there was no moon landing. Exhibition is free and open to the public. Exhibition will be on view through August 24, 2019.
The shortlist has been revealed for Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery’s STILL: NATIONAL STILL LIFE AWARD 2019 with 56 artists selected from a record number of entries from artists all over Australia.
Networking for Creatives. A casual networking night for creatives to come together over some food and a drink while sharing ideas and making new contacts. #creativenorthernbeaches #artists #writers #sculptors #musicians #poets #photographers
This July, Q Theatre’s Originate ensemble presents Push Me Away, Pull Me Closer, a mind-boggling journey through the ever-expanding reaches of the Universe and our tiny place within it.
Within the context of the inner and outer realm of the human INTERFACE there lies experiences that reshape and define who you are. #artexhibition #contemporaryindianart #visualart #paintings
Following his recent Third Prize win at the 2019 International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition, Kenny Broberg comes to Australia for two special recitals.
One of Australia’s most remote art centres, Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency in WA, has teamed up with one of the country’s most iconic fashion brands, Gorman, to design a capsule collection that will launch in August. The collaboration is Gorman’s first with Indigenous artists and saw the Copyright Agency negotiate what has been billed as a national benchmark in fashion licensing rights for the adaptation of the Mangkaja artists’ works.
Get ready for the rowdy, real storytelling event you didn't even know you needed until now: SMUT SLAM.
A supportive, exciting community open mic, based on real life, real lust, and real sex.
The theme? AWAY. Prepare your stories of travel, make-ups, breakups and being off with the fairies.
Before Tinder, how did guys hassle people?
The untold story of the one of the greatest artists of the 20th century: Young Picasso, screening in cinemas across Australia from 1 August 2019.
Over the spring school holidays, the Circus Oz Big Top will return to Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Melbourne Gardens to premiere the latest Circus Oz creation: Aurora directed by Circus Oz Artistic Facilitator: Kate Fryer with creative input from outgoing Circus Oz Artistic Director: Rob Tannion. Blasting audiences into other atmospheres, Aurora will be a collision of amazing artistic elements, including jaw-dropping acrobatics, stunning visual projections and harmonically rich soundscapes.
D2 Productions is an independent boutique theatre company founded on 2 core concepts: the desire to 'give back' and focus on featuring strong female roles. The brainchild of Artistic Director, Declan Moore (Director of WTC’s Phantom of the Opera, Evita, Mary Poppins & Shrek as well as MMS’ Wicked) and his partner/Finance Director David Thompson, D2 Productions is set up as a Not For Profit in support of its’ charity partner Dementia Australia and aims to ensure that the large pool of talented women out there are given as many performance opportunities as possible.
Elisa Bartels at ADC for the Australian Ceramics Open Studios 2019.
Meet Prue Venables in this unique opportunity to hear her discussing her work