19 – 26 September, Deckchair Cinema. Experience a film festival like no other at the Darwin International Film Festival [DIFF] hosted annually at the outdoor Deckchair Cinema.
Cock your head, crane your neck, follow that bump in the middle of the night and he will be there, disappearing around the corner, the sound of a chord or a chorus or a low chuckle lingering in the air.
Sabbia Gallery in Sydney is pleased to present Echo, a joint exhibition by South Australian artists Wendy Fairclough and Honor Freeman. This is an exhibition by two of Australia’s most innovative contemporary makers, which has been three years in the planning. Both artists have a fascination for the still life genre in their chosen mediums of glass and ceramics. Their work is both understated yet very powerful and each artists work is found in significant collections around the world.
Four times a year and coinciding with local festivals, the artists throw open the doors of the Barracks Galleries and Studios to the public and you are invited in to smell the oil paint, explore the studio spaces, be inspired by the exhibitions and demonstrations as the individual artists talk to you about their arts practice; what inspires them, why they chose to 'do art', what materials they use, what seduces their minds into action! You are invited to come into this mostly private place and share in their guarded secrets and experience the art first hand with the artist themselves to explain the driving forces and inspiration behind the works. Or you can come along to their opening night party and celebrate the arts with good food, fine wine and laughter. Everyone is welcome at the Barracks! Opening Night Party: Friday 3 August at 7 pm
Rock and Roll Shots by Sydney-based French music photographer Emmy Etié is an exhibition of portraits, band shots and concert photographs mostly commissioned by record companies, magazines or the artists themselves, plus personal work.
Australia’s most prestigious portrait prize for female artists worth $18,000. Apply now! It has greatly contributed to the development of female artists in this country. It was established by Florence Kate Geach in 1961 in memory of her sister, Portia Geach and is awarded each year to the best portrait painted from life of some man or woman distinguished in Art, Letters or the Sciences.
Want to take control of your publishing? Interested in ebooks? Unsure about Print-on-demand? This two-day seminar covers the nuts and bolts of doing your own digital publishing, from identifying your audience to formats, uploads and promotion.
20th Anniversary of the Competition. Singers, 35 years and under, are invited to participate in this annual competition, sponsored by one of Australia’s leading male choirs. The competition enables singers to enhance their performing skills in a concert environment.
Want to learn to paint in oils, watercolour, acrylic? Enrol now. Our painting classes cater to art students at all levels over a wide range of mediums including: Oil, Pastel, Watercolour, Acrylic and Gouache. Lessons cover a range of Drawing Technique, Portraiture, Landscape, Still Life and Life Model.
For over 32 years the philosophy and practice of Gould Galleries has been and remains about offering quality works. The gallery takes pride in showcasing the luminaries of Australian and International art. It has established and re-launched a number of careers and propelled many from a dynamic, diverse range of emerging contemporary artists, each revealing unique skills. It is with great pleasure that I present this exhibition and trust you enjoy my current selection spanning over a century. A number of these outstanding works have returned for resale from satisfied clients who value the discreet manner in which we deal. I look forward to welcoming you personally at the gallery to further discuss these pieces or any other art related matters. Rob Gould
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Ukrainian Polka Punk band Los Colorados with a great cover version of the Rammstein song Du Hast. - Currently 899,801 views on YouTube
17 July - 11 August.Exhibition opening to be launched by Dr. Khanh Trinh Curator of Japanese Art - Art Gallery of NSW
A mouth-watering double bill plays at Newtown’s New Theatre nightly from 25-28 July. Quiet Companions – starring Lyn Pierse and Marko Mustac – is an engrossing mix of drama and improvisation that eavesdrops on the game-playing of a decadent Victorian couple. And The Bryce is Right features award-winning cabaret artist Bryce Halliday telling – in song and sketch - the stories of history’s most obsessed and wrong individuals!
While all eyes have been fixed on the appointment of a new CEO at the Sydney Opera House, the Creative Foyer team crossed to the other side of the harbour to catch up with Richard Evans the former CEO for a Creative Talk interview.
Dr Sketchy’s will cure you of every boring art class you’ve ever been to. - The Sunday Age, Melbourne Part art, part cabaret, all fun.
OPENING RECEPTION TUESDAY, 31st JULY, 6-8PM. Annette Bezor’s work has a long-standing concern with the roles, identities and psychological and emotional states of women, which she examines by analysing images of women in popular and classical culture. Bezor appropriates imagery from numerous sources, including classical painting, contemporary decorative art and contemporary culture to draw attention to their power and influence.
The paintings of mixed media artist Alison Coulthurst explore life, love, rhythm and mood. Coulthurst's works traverse life's journey and the enrichment of the soul. She invites the viewer to feel rather than to think, to experience the energy and emotion of her work. Successfully exhibiting in Australia, England, South Africa, New Zealand, the United Arab Emirates and Italy, her work is highly sought after by collectors throughout the world. Join us at the Opening on Saturday 28th July at midday.
Adelaide's acclaimed fresh young Singer/ Songwriter, Julia Henning is performing her new hauntingly beautiful music at The Studio Sydney Opera House on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 September back by her band and an additional string quartet.
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.