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Little Treasures exhibition at Pepper Street Arts Centre

BY Alex Thorpe | 31-Oct-2012

Handmade art and craft at affordable prices for Christmas. 25 November - 22 December 2012 Community Launch Event Sunday 25 November 2 pm - 4 pm Free Sausage Sizzle by Eastern Region Men’s shed Free Caricatures by Cartoon Guy - Allan Addams Christmas carols performed by Dolce Recorder Group Artist demonstrations Christmas sweet treats for sale.

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here and there - Prints by Damon Kowarsky

BY On Behalf Of Damon Kowarsky | 31-Oct-2012

The Australian High Commission Islamabad and Rohtas Gallery are pleased to present here and there... Prints by Damon Kowarsky. To be officially opened by HE Mr Peter Heyward, Australian High Commissioner

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Youth Short Dance Fest opens 14 November

BY Geoff Sirmai | 31-Oct-2012

FAST+FRESH DANCE 2012. YOUTH DANCE FESTIVAL SPOTLIGHTS FRESH TALENT! The best and brightest dancers and choreographers in NSW strut their stuff when Form Dance Projects and Riverside present the fifth annual Fast+Fresh Dance Festival this month.

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Nothing Amatuer About Community Theatre

BY Romina Cuello | 30-Oct-2012

After successful productions of Jerry’s Girls in March and Seussical, Jr. in July, Bankstown Theatre Company has embarked on the production of Cosi. This challenging masterpiece by Australian playwright Louis Nowra, under the direction of Arthur Pickering, will be BTC’s final show for 2012.

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Rae Bolotin 'Family Silver' opening soon

BY Sarah Vandepeer | 30-Oct-2012

RAE BOLOTIN has an affinity for metal and her latest pieces incorporate treasured heirlooms – the family silver. BOLOTIN repurposes antiques, converting them according to a contemporary visual language. Elements of line, volume, space, rhythm and structure are explored to create unified and poetic abstract forms. Like the cutlery set they once were, these contemplative objects are mannered, elegant and refined.

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Manyung at Mount Eliza - November Exhibitions

BY Manyung Gallery Group | 30-Oct-2012

We invite you to celebrate an anticipation of summer with our November exhibitions! Showcasing a dynamic collection of works, from high profile artists recognised for their superior talents through national awards and commissions, our November exhibitions are not to be missed.

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Blacktown City Art Prize - Artists' Talks

BY Blacktown Arts Centre | 30-Oct-2012

The artists’ talks provide a great chance to hear and question some of this year’s leading artists as they discuss their prize-winning artworks and the judges’ comments about their work.

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NDIS – Show your support for artists with disability

BY Arts Access Victoria | 29-Oct-2012

We congratulate Government on its commitment to making the NDIS real in 2013, but we still need your support. Are you an artist or supporter of the arts? Show your commitment to the inclusion of artists with a disability by getting behind this once in a generation reform to the disability system. Your support for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) could make the difference that enables artists with a disability to take part on an equal basis in Australia’s cultural life.

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Funny, inspiring, outrageous!

BY Catherine Day | 28-Oct-2012

The Award Winning Australian Play by LOUIS NOWRA. What a truly amazing night. I approached the evening with a very open mind and little knowledge of the play. You can imagine my concern when in the opening moments the issues of mental health and Mozart appeared in the opening scenes. I am truly in awe of the director Arthur Pickering for his amazing direction and for the ability of the actors to portray the humanity of the characters.

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Upcoming comedy Bachelorette presented by Hopscotch Films

BY Hopscotch Films | 26-Oct-2012

A group of best friends since high school reunite in Manhattan for the wedding of their pal Becky (Wilson), who they cruelly nickname Pig Face. There's the competitive, Princeton-grad ice-queen Regan (Dunst), who begrudgingly accepts her role as maid of honour despite her horror that her less-attractive friend is getting married before her; cynical wild-child Gena (Caplan), who's determined to confront her high school ex who broke her heart; and the ditzy Katie (Fisher), who is all bubbly exterior until you scratch the surface.

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Faure Requiem - Sing for a Cure

BY CarolineK | 26-Oct-2012

Please join us for this special commemorative fundraising concert for St Vincent's Hospital Cancer Research Centre with the glorious music of Faure Requiem.

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Theatresports® Cranston Cup 2012 Grand Final

BY Geoff Sirmai | 26-Oct-2012

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?

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Creative Spaces website in Sydney

BY Jacqui Bonner Marketing | 26-Oct-2012

In their ongoing work to assist artists and the creative industries in finding space, the City of Sydney today announced that it has become the first licensee of the Creative Spaces website,

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BY Emma Wiking | 26-Oct-2012

Since Red Ink’s first single ‘Audrey’ burst onto the airwaves, MTV and Channel [V] barely three years ago their ascension has been rapid. Blitzing stages locally at Pyramid Rock Festival, Stereosonic, Playground Weekender and internationally at The Great Escape and Liverpool’s Sound City. As well as sharing the stage with Biffy Clyro, Miami Horror and British India, Red Ink have perfected a raucously compelling live show.

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Voices of the Body

BY Fusion | 25-Oct-2012

Fusion Vocal Ensemble, founded by Debra Shearer-Dirié in 2009, has become known around Brisbane for its performances of diverse repertoire with exceptional beauty. Always eager to bring interesting music selections to new audiences, the group's final performance for the year, entitled Voices of the Body, is a collection of choral music inspired by the body, mind, heart and soul, including William Byrd's Ave Verum Corpus (Hail, True Body), and Arvo Part's I Am the True Vine, as well as music by Claudio Monteverdi, John Dunstable, Gerardo Dirié and more.

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Melbourne Sustainability Jam

BY Melbourne Sustainability Jam | 25-Oct-2012

The Melbourne Sustainability Jam is part of a global non profit initiative that will gather people from around the world who are passionate about sustainability, design thinking and collaboration. Fifty cities have already registered to participate. Jams are about DOING, NOT TALKING!

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