Paul Capsis and Julain Meyricks poignant Angela’s Kitchen is coming to the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre after a SOLD OUT season at Griffin Theatre Company. Angela’s Kitchen starts at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre from Tuesday, 28 August to Saturday, 1 September.
Gasworks Arts Park invites you to sample Melbourne’s top independent theatre productions with our latest season of contemporary works, Moving Parts.
StoryLines is a multicultural, multi-arts festival, providing a creative voice for the often unheard stories of Sydney’s minority cultures, launching at NIDA July 31st – August 5th, then transferring to Bondi Pavilion Theatre, before closing on August 26th.
Spaces’ by Julie Goodwin, 24 July - 12 Aug 2012 - ‘Place’ by Pauline Bailey, Helen Masin & Ken Roberts, 14 Aug - 9 Sept 2012
EXHIBITION OPENING: WEDNESDAY 18TH JULY 6-8PM Works must be delivered by Sun 15th July, 12-6pm Tap Gallery (Maximum size 2sqm, $25/work) EXHIBITION RUNS 16-28 JULY TAP BIRTHDAY PARTY: SATURDAY 28TH JULY 7-10PM Fancy Dress Theme: CRAZY!!! (Entry fee: $20/$15 Concession)
Arts Minister, Simon Crean and Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Carers, Senator Jan McLucas last week announced combined funding of $186,700 towards The Other Film Festival. Mr Crean said the funding to Arts Access Victoria for the festival would support both film makers and film goers with disability.
Inspired by William Golding's Lord Of The Flies, THE YARD breathes new life into this classic by way of the Australian school yard. Taut with tension, humour and extraordinary performances, THE YARD fuses breakdance with locking, shuffling, popping, tutting, krumping, and jerking; forms of dance found on the streets and school yards of Western Sydney. THE YARD is playing at Illawarra Performing Arts Centre on Wednesday, 27 June and Riverside Theatres on Tuesday, 28 & Friday 29 August.
From The Wharf Revue’s beloved Jonathan Biggins comes the hilarious new comedy Australia Day, playing at Riverside Theatres from Wednesday 22 to Saturday 25 August.
In 2011 I founded the Melbourne based arts-intiative, called Artcycle. The idea started years ago, when I saw my artwork piling up and selling is not always easy. It is quite time consuming to get into galleries or do a joint-exhibition etc. I wanted a web based business, where artist with similar issues could upload their artwork and manage their own account.
Garnet Productions in association with Tamarama Rock Surfers present Allsopp & Henderson’s THE PORK STILETTO Directed by Iain Sinclair The Old Fitzroy Theatre Thursday 19 July - Saturday 11 August And you thought your internet dates were a nightmare…
The Australian Ballet presents THE DANCERS’ COMPANY in Don Quixote Riverside Theatres Tuesday 31 July & Wednesday 1 August A tale of fun, mischief and mistaken identity
Bangarra's new work is a stunning fusion of dance and storytelling. For two nights only, multi-award winning Bangarra Dance Theatre brings the dynamic and inspiring Australian landscape to life in Terrain at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre on Friday 24 August and Saturday 25 August. Inspired by one of our greatest natural wonders, acclaimed choreographer Frances Rings explores the metamorphosis and timeless beauty of Lake Eyre.
The Magnificent Five are Riding into Town! The stunning soundtracks include THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY, FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE and ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST Following sell out performances at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall and a thirty one date UK tour Spaghetti Western Orchestra returns home for one week of performances at the Sydney Opera House from Tuesday, 14 to Sunday, 19 August. This ingenious gang of comic maestros, starring Shannon Birchall, Boris Conley, and David Hewitt, underscore instantly recognisable compositions with clever sound effects recreating every punch up, gunshot, and jangling spur that define the gun slinging west.
Two women are literally framed: at the intersection of visual art, theatre, dance, music and installation. In this spellbinding and intensely intimate, intercultural work Tess de Quincey and Maori dancer Victoria Hunt explore the paradoxes of relationship through miniscule yet emotionally immense changes. Traversing the eight emotional states of the Natyasastra, the cornerstone of traditional Indian arts, FRAMED provides a beautiful and compelling illumination of the moments that shape our lives.
IMPRO Australia's performers have produced brilliant live interactive theatre for over 25 years all across the Australia. Our hilarious improvised stage shows can be seen at theatres including Belvoir St, Enmore, the Old Fitzroy, the Factory and the Roxbury Hotel as well as high school, corporate and charity events.
Titan View presents INDIE GEMS Riverside Theatres Thursday 26 – Sunday 29 July 2012 A Festival of Fresh International Films Celebrating independent work and creativity, Indie Gems returns to Sydney’s West for its third consecutive year and seeks to highlight and showcase burgeoning filmmakers from Western Sydney. Presenting a weekend of diverse and exciting screenings, informative workshop and film events, the Indie Gems festival runs from Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 July at Riverside Theatres.
Riverside Theatres Friday 10 & Saturday 11 August Love. Betrayal. Passion. Revenge. Is opera's favourite bad boy about to meet his match? He's stolen kisses and broken hearts. Our smouldering Don is about to seduce audiences. Be swept up in the stylishly sexy decadence of Oz Opera's exciting new production of Mozart's classic opera, Don Giovanni directed by Australian theatre great Michael Gow.
A SMASH-HIT fusion of comedy, drama, romance and ballroom dancing set in the exciting, electric rush of New York City in 1912. Critical Stages and The Follies Company are bringing the magical romantic comedy Syncopation by Allan Knee, writer of award-winning film Finding Neverland to Sydney as part of a national tour. Directed by Tony Award Nominee Stephen Lloyd Helper.
MELBOURNE ART FAIR 2012 - STAND B80 / Melbourne Art Fair 2012, Jud Wimhurst “Future Primitive” is a collection of sculptures of skateboards. The name is taken from the seminal „Bones Brigade‟ skateboard film from 1985 produced and released by skateboard company Powell Peralta. These „Bones Brigade‟ films, and others like them, which capitalised on the popularity of home video in the eighties, not only showcased some of the most talented young skateboarders (who went on to become the first „rock stars‟ of skateboard culture) in action but also helped to establish the scene for skateboarding and the identity for skateboarders.
I am the eternal optimist – I am a commercial gallery owner. I started [MARS] gallery some seven years ago because I believed in mid career Australian artists. I had never held a drill, hung a show or had any understanding of the complexity of the art world. I realize now I’m not that interested in the art world rather I’m interested in art.