Catch Dave's vibrantly coloured works on the Australian art program, Put Some Colour in Your Life
Calling for submissions for August and October 2012. The Mission to Seafarers Victoria (MtSV) Emerging Artist’s Project in conjunction with World Trade Centre, Docklands, is calling for emerging artist’s to submit works for the August exhibition responding to the title: Sea, land & spirit, and for the October exhibition: Home.
Manyung Gallery presents a unique collection of provocative, suggestive, amusing, exotic, sublime, serene, calm, collectable artworks with a view on life that will set you thinking and talking. Over 40 artists exhibiting.
My short films BAT EYES and BOOT have been selected (from 15,000 submissions) as two of 50 semi-finalists for the inaugural YouTube film festival: Your Film Festival. Until July 13 YouTube users will vote to determine 10 finalists to attend and show their work during the 2012 Venice Film Festival. A grand prize winner will then be named by a special jury and awarded a $500,000 grant to create a new work, produced by Ridley Scott. We need your votes to help us get there! You can view (and vote) for BAT EYES here: ttp://www.bateyesandboot.com/votebateyes And BOOT here: http://www.bateyesandboot.com/voteboot A lot of love went into our films and with your help we can take them all the way to Venice! Cheers Damien
Established in Melbourne 2011, artcycle is a local artist-run initiative that rents and sells affordable art to private households, corporate etc. online. Our vision is to bring artists and art lovers together. Let us help you fill bare walls and bring the beauty of art into your surroundings......
Entries are now open for Bayside's premier art exhibition! Celebrating it's 5th year, the Pink Lady Art Exhibition looks set to be the biggest yet. Artworks for sale by over 100 established, mid-career and emerging painters, printmakers, sculptors, photographers and more … creative activities, artists at work, silent auctions, music, reflexology, food, coffee and wine Huge raffle draw Sunday at 3pm outdoor cafe by The Little Ox Art Prizes for eligible entries Theme- The five elements: Earth, Fire, Metal, Water, Wood. Visit our website to view all the wonderful sponsors and to download an entry form: www.pinkladyart.com.au
ART EXHIBITION Robina Art Gallery - Robina Community Centre Robina Parkway Opening from 8th August - 19th August 2012 A group of six Visual Artists from the Gold Coast have combined their talents to present a body of works for public viewing
The Kimberley is a Big country. It requires big art and after 22 years of living it, artist Nadeen Lovell is taking that art in a big format, out to the wider world.
Nebula is a collection of ethereal images contemplating spaces in-between thoughts. Lust, mixed with innocence at birth. Beauty unravelling and pouring out of the skies.
We have sold out for the first show at 4pm but tickets are still available for the second and last show at 8pm - get in quickly! It's FREE. A group of people gather for a wedding. Before the ceremony a sense of belonging is found through their shared tales of otherness. belonging is based on direct interviews with the Milk Crate Theatre Ensemble questioning ‘what is belonging’? It starts in a kind of psychological realism. As these people prepare for the wedding, memories and tales of love and loss are triggered.
Milk Crate Theatre works with an Ensemble of people who have experienced homelessness and/or social marginalisation through a peer-to-peer mentoring process.
Spotlighting the work of six leading Australian and Chinese artists, The Drawing Room will showcase some exciting developments within contemporary drawing practice. The Drawing Room is a group exhibition of works on paper by RAE BOLOTIN, VIOLA DOMINELLO, DAVID FAIRBAIRN, LAO DAN, GAO PING & AMBROSE REISCH.
The Peter Pinson Gallery, in Sydney's Woollahra, is exhibiting rare examples of Australian op art that had lain forgotten and unexhibited in the artist's plan cabinet for 40 years.
THE X FACTOR: Latest photography by noted photojournalist Michael Coyne EXOTICA - photographs printed on rare papers
Join us in celebrating 10 years of the prestigious Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize at the South Australian Museum. The black tie gala launch on Friday 20 July will include the presentation of prizes and the first opportunity to purchase artworks. This is the richest natural history art prize in Australia, with prize money totalling $114,500.
This is a group show of Red Bubble photographers' images of Melbourne.
Multi-use fully renovated building available gallery space in the heart of Carlton very close to the Melbourne CBD
TAP FILM NIGHT - FRIDAY 29 JUNE 7.30PM Short Films: Video Games Kid, PICANTE a tale of miss understandings, MATJANTA COMMUNITY, African History Films By: Camilo Haley, 'MY ADDICTION', 'LOVE HURTS' By Miya Yamamouchi & Artists Anonymous Show 2012 Filmed By Chofo.
Mark Hanham is a talented, successful young artist, who decided to go against the grain and establish his own gallery in the heart of Crown Street, Surry Hills, Sydney. Changing the very nature of artist representation as well as the face of the Australia’s own "Chelsea"- Crown Street in Surry Hills, Mark is nothing if not avant-garde. Not even a year since it opened, the gallery is proving to be a great success.
You are invited to the official opening night for Elements Friday 22nd June 7pm 13 Rosebed St, Eudlo All welcome, opening speeches at 7.30pm, drinks & nibbles served please RSVP (confirmations only) to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the gallery on 54573780
Presented by Speakeasy Cinema and design100 as a fundraiser for Open House Melbourne. Gary Hustwit ('Helvetica', 'Objectified') takes on the City in 'Urbanized'. Urbanized is the concluding chapter in director Gary Hustwit's documentary trilogy about design. The first, 'Helvetica', concerned the alternatively revered and reviled typeface of its title. The second, 'Objectified', broadened its scope to examine the sometimes invisible ubiquity of design in the objects around us. Finally, 'Urbanized' expands the horizons of the series once more to examine the design of the places 75% of people on Earth will be living in by 2050: cities.