Based on a true story spans almost 40 years, surveying the work of Melbourne-born artist Geoff Lowe, along with his collaborative practice with Jacqueline Riva as A Constructed World.
Artist Louise Hearman has taken out her second major award in this year’s prestigious Basil Sellers Art Prize, winning The Yarra Trams People’s Choice Award, valued at $5,000. Last month, she was awarded the National Sports Museum Basil Sellers Creative Arts Fellowship, valued at $50,000.
We’re pleased to invite you to a very special, first time occasion. Next Melbourne is a celebration of our next generation of creative talent with all proceeds going to help the next generation of disadvantaged young people break the cycle, and reach their full potential.
The fresh young bloods of impro comedy are set to challenge the champions of the ‘old guard’ when the Theatresports Cranston Cup reaches its hilarious climax this year. The wittiest, quickest comic minds in the business go nose to nose and toes to toes when at the Enmore Theatre this November 24. But this year the lead-up has featured the best of the new generation as well as former champions.
Will the old dogs have new tricks?
Ambiguous Fragility is a group exhibition of photographic art, drawing, sculpture, and installation by Deanne Jolley, Jessie Imam, Jess Wilson and Louise Molesworth. Maji Na Moto is the first ever solo exhibition of drawings by Igor Derkoun
The cut-up aesthetic, the chopping up of found imagery and the reshuffling of the fragments, invests new meaning in familiar imagery.
Calling all visual artists - Entries for the Linden Postcard Show 2013 are now open and close on 19 November 2012. The Linden Postcard Show is open to all Australian artists. Artists may enter up to three art works. Visit www.lindenarts.org to enter online or download a form.
The stars come out at night and it is these enchanting moments in time that Starr has captured so elegantly. From the iconic Eiffel Tower, brilliantly lit on the Parisian skyline – to the magical underworld of the Paris nightlife, filled with dancers, showgirls and the mystical ‘Absinthe Fairy’...where even Alice has ventured out to see the sights! Starr’s visual love affair with the magical French city of Paris is clearly evident in her latest solo
exhibition entitled ‘Paris, je t’aime’.
Give your art practice a head start for 2013 with the Conduit Arts studio residency in February. Open to collectives and collaborations as well as individual artist.
Art Gallery for hire within the creative hub in North Melbourne - Share the space with Australian Centre Of Performing Arts / Club - Voltaire / Australian Creative Talent Agency / Blurbs Books - $300.00 per week or $1,000.00 per month.
Saturday 29 December 2012 to Tuesday 1 January 2013 The explosion of party that is PYRAMID ROCK FESTIVAL just got a whole lot juicer with the additions of some huge names to lead revellers into the New Year. Prepare thyself, young disciple: the Pyramid shall rock you. Join us on the stupidly majestic Phillip Island cliffs, where sweet tunes echo over crashing waves and 2013 is heralded in under the stunning, clear and bright night sky.
A derelict house has become the site of extraordinary interventions. Using minimal introduced materials, three artists explore the fallow period in a building's life, between abandonment and rebirth. FALLOW will be launched on 15 November and is open free to the public on weekends commencing 17 November, until 16 December.
AWME (Australasian Worldwide Music Expo) will take place in Melbourne from 15-18 November, 2012. Celebrating its fifth year in 2012, AWME has cemented itself as the southern hemisphere’s premier roots music industry showcase, conference and trade event. The primary emphasis of the event is to provide a platform to foster stronger relationships with music industry associates by bringing together musicians, industry partners/representatives and festival audiences from all corners of the globe for four days of non-stop music, networking, film screenings and conference sessions.
If you're thinking of performing a show as part of the 2013 Festival, it's time to get organised! You can find all the details about how to register your show and loads of information about being in the Festival. Registrations close on Wednesday 21 November.
Object believes in the power of design to effect positive change. We recognise there is an opportunity to teach children creativity and design thinking skills so they will be able to deal with the problems of the future. Our outreach education program, Design Emergency, can empower children to change their world for the better. But we need your help to do it!
Bridgit’s drawings and watercolours provide a perspective on the superstructures that dominate the landscape and fill up the sky. This exhibition is an attempt to make sense of their chaos, confusion and sheer size.
Kirkup's painting style, synonymous with relaxation and harmony, exudes a slow desire that embodies unique compositions. Using distinct line emphasis and sensitive use of texture and colour she expresses timeless ideas often with hauntingly familiar content. Her recent works are paintings of childhood memories on circular boards (perspex covers).
Blacktown Arts Centre has developed a reputation for the quality and innovation of its exciting Aboriginal arts program and we are seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced persons to continue to develop our leadership role in the Aboriginal arts sector.
Blacktown City Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from artists to develop contemporary and innovative responses to a number of Laneways within Blacktown CBD.
Enter now. Only 2 Months to go! Be in the running to become our project of the month November 2012.