Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre presents the exhibition, Onside, as part of the Women in Sport initiative which examines the complex issues relating to women and sport through an arts and cultural lens.
3 Public Art Commissions are now available for Cardinia Shire Council. Expressions of Interest now sought.
Exhibition launch with the artists to be opened by Yin Cao Curator of Chinese Art Art Gallery of NSW. Saturday 2 February 2013 2.30-4.30 pm. Pei Pei He and Li Baoying were born in Shanghai and Beijing respectively and both had their initial art education in China. Pei Pei He settled in Melbourne and completed her Fine Art Honours degree from Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. Li Baoying graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing and undertook postgraduate programs at COFA in Sydney. Pei Pei He is fascinated by the movement of people and traffic in urban space and the rhythm of city life while Li Baoying loves the Australian wilderness and landscape around Tasmania. Pei Pei He depicts the urban cityscape in Melbourne and Sydney through her meticulously crafted photorealistic black and white oil paintings while Li Baoying captures the wilderness landscape in Tasmania through her photography in different seasons and different times of the day. Different Worlds showcases the works of these two artists with similar background and yet with quite different perspectives on the Australian urban and wilderness landscape.
In March this year, Queen St Gallery will host a solo exhibition by established elbourne-based artist Eolo Paul Bottaro. In this his first solo exhibition in Sydney, a number of recent paintings, drawings, etchings and lithographs will be on display in this recently opened art space in the heart of Woollahra’s gallery precinct. While Bottaro’s work is widely known for its representation of Melbourne’s urban underbelly and iconic buildings such as the National Gallery of Victoria, Shrine of Remembrance, and the Royal Exhibition Building, this exhibition will mark the commencement of a series of works that introduce Sydney’s various urban environments as the stage for the dramatic figurative narratives the artist creates.
City of Sydney is now inviting Expressions of Interest from artists, curators, cultural organisations and creative teams for Artistic Projects for Art & About Sydney 2013. A range of multidisciplinary arts projects and installations up to a value of $80,000 will be considered.
Producer - Strategic Initiatives: Use your sound knowledge of the arts and community sector and project management skills to build long-term cross-sector partnerships and develop, deliver and evaluate a range of specific initiatives as part of the FCAC strategic plan for 2014-19
ACMI is running a competition for "Hothouse", a week-long intensive program to nurture the creativity of Victorian students in Years 10 to 12 who want to expand their skills working with the moving image.
These FREE workshops will assist both new and existing grants writers in developing the skills and knowledge required for successful grant writing. The workshop is designed for people working in the not for profit sector, charities, community groups and sporting associations etc.
You are cordially invited to Rick Matear’s 2013 Sorrento-Portsea exhibition. Viewing from 11am Saturday 26th January, prior to a noon opening by Ms Kate Baillieu. Meet Rick over a glass of wine to discuss this exciting new series of paintings
Contemporary, colourful paintings and stainless steel sculpture contrast against the mud brick and timber gallery with views over the Yarra Valley.
Unpathed Theatre Company is proud to present the Australian premiere of American writer, director Nicholas Kazan’s haunting play, Blood Moon. Based on a true story, Blood Moon is directed by Australian television and stage actor, Christopher Stollery and will open on Friday 8th February at Darlinghurst’s Tap Gallery
The BrisStyle indie Twilight Markets in the heart of King George Square offer a distinctive home-grown experience unique to Brisbane. These Friday night markets combine the laid-back attitude of south-east Queensland with the buzz of Brisbane’s CBD to create a lantern lit celebration of local independent art, craft and design. So support the local Queensland creative community and shop ethically at Brisbane’s HOTtest destination for everything handmade under the stars.
Gasworks Backyard Cinema returns for 2013 with a fabulous line up of outstanding recent releases, award winning animation and family classics. Running for the next seven weeks, spend balmy Friday nights on the grass under the stars with family and friends. Ride your bike for discounted tickets and bring your dog too!
To rectify the fact that The Bee Gees’ records Sing & Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs, Spicks and Specks and Turn Around Look At Us were never reissued, Warner Music have unveiled 3CD box set The Festival Albums Collection 1965-6.
Welcome to the New Year from the Australia Business Arts Foundation NSW! We're hitting the ground running in 2013, and have some exciting opportunities for NSW individual artists and arts organisations to do the same.
A lady tells a white lie about her age and suddenly a whole family is embroiled in a night of misunderstandings, hair-raising discoveries and frantic escapes from the law.
Shakespeare’s well-known character, Sir John Falstaff from Henry IV, visits the lovely town of Windsor where he aims to take advantage of two ‘merry wives’ in this humorous play of greed, jealousy, revenge, and a bit of cross-dressing. Come and enjoy an evening in Wollongong’s stunning botanic gardens.
3 Day CLOISONNÉ ENAMELING WORKSHOP with Master Goldsmith Dore Stockhausen Participants will be shown the formative skills of enameling with the goal to produce an individually designed round cloisonné brooch.
Week 2 (16-22 Jan) covers Clowns, Cannons, Diets, Bus Trips, Bodily Fluids and the condemned man's last dessert! Week 3 has (23-29 Jan) has serial killers, a hit-and-run, zombies, texting and a deluded kindy parent!
Melbourne Cabaret Festival hit show “Candice McQueen: Nasty!” starring London’s Spanky is returning to tour Australia in February and March.