King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) has announced that Michelle Woody (Tiwi Islands, NT) has been awarded the 2020 KWM Contemporary First Nations Art Award.
The Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present “Phil Bergerson Retrospective, In Search of Meaning”, our sixth solo exhibition of work by Phil Bergerson. Signed copies of Phil’s 2019 book A Retrospective, Daylight Books, are also available for purchase.
Lab.17 art contest, is a call for submissions open to all kind of artists. Works allowed in the art competition are: drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, graphics, mix media and video. A great opportunity for the artists, which can win a cash prize, have the opportunity to exhibit the artworks and much more.
Fresh from their critically acclaimed production of Blue Christmas at KXT, New Ghosts Theatre Company brings Artistic Director Lucy Clements and resident IGNITE performer Meg Clarke back together again in the Australian premiere of a one-woman show that has taken stages by storm internationally.
HOME Manchester reopened their doors to the public in September. To highlight the cost of running a theatre that is not at full capacity, HOME created the Empty Seat campaign.
Sitting in her wheelchair and spreading positivity, about life and her disability, Ms Nesar wants to be a voice for people with adversities.
Since hip-hop music was introduced in China in the 1990s, it stayed mainly underground. With the show The Rap of China becoming a nation-wide focus, hip-hop rapping is stepping into the mainstream in China in recent years. Behind the scene, it’s decades of sweating and struggles. Yet, greater challenges are waiting ahead...
Skilled Hands, Shared Culture explores the important role art, craft and design practices play in sustaining culture and community in Australia and Vietnam. In celebration of the 2020 Vietnam Creativity Festival, Vietnamese and Australian designers, artists and crafts people come together in this RMIT Gallery online exhibition highlighting artists whose work contributes to supporting vibrant, sustainable communities.
BeCandle is a local candle and fragrance brand established by Xavier Tsang, who uses the most intriguing and innovative ways to present his fragrance.
@BeCandle #Fragrance #Candles #Local
Oil on canvas, 17.5 x 21.25 inches/Signed lower right
"Rude" maybe tourist's impression towards people in St. Petersburg, Russia, but there may be an underlying misunderstanding behind the image. St. Petersburg is always considered a must-visit city in Russia, no matter for international or domestic travellers. Being the second-largest city in Russia, the area consists of canals and world-famous spots such as the Winter Palace, Saint Isaac's Cathedral and Peter and Paul Fortress.
Still remember Chernobyl where the nuclear disaster happened more than 30 years ago? Nowadays, Chernobyl has become one of the main tourist attractions in Ukraine. Watch and know more about dark tourism.
Arabic signs, Islamic symbol on restaurant signboard, grocery store filled with spices line along Kwai Chung’s Ping Lai Path, a community surrounded by industrial buildings. The local cultural tour group led by the guide, Minhas Rashad, an inhabitant of South-Asia speaking fluent Cantonese, shows visitors an ordinary day of the South Asian and the Chinese residents live and gather in the area - a feature the community is notorious for.
A man wearing a white snowsuit with red words “China freestyle ski team” stretched out his arms horizontally, keeping his body and skis at 90 degrees, acting as a beautiful arc across the sky, and landed at the bottom of a slope approaching 40 degrees.
Over 20 cats are surrounding the customers in The Cats’Tea Room. Some of them climb on the table, while others lay on the customers’ lap, enjoying the caress.
The team behind Glastonbury’s Shangri-La will deliver Lost Horizon (July 3&4), the world’s largest music and art festival in virtual reality in cooperation with VRJAM and Sansar.
Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong who often confront language and cultural barriers now face new challenges in the form of the national security law imposed July 1 by Beijing, which brings both uncertainty and a sense of the unknown. During the pro-democracy movement that rocked the city for months last year, many chose to remain mum. Some are now breaking that silence.
With uncertainty over a possible additional Covid-19 wave and the release to the public of the stark details of the national security law being foisted onto Hong Kong, the territory’s creative professionals are faced with anxiety and foreboding. Throughout the city’s pro-democracy movement, artistic expression has been a staple for protesters to make their voices heard through artwork, posters, and slogans. But all of this may soon change.
Darwin-based artist Franck Gohier returns to Mitchell Fine Art with a new series of artworks that continue his appropriation of 1950’s and 60’s vintage comic books and popular culture. #Ozpop is Franck Gohier’s homage to the history of Australian Pop. Satirical, politically, and socially motivated his artworks are a reflection of society and its faults, frailties and triumphs.
RMIT Gallery is hosting its first cross-continental online exhibition in celebration of the Vietnam Festival of Creativity & Design (VFCD).