Following his multi-award-winning debut in 2018 (Garry Starr Performs Everything), comic wunderkind Damien Warren-Smith delivers another anarchic drama masterclass to remember.
Wellness is a social satire exposing the prejudices we as a society still allow and encourage in spite of our contemporary ideals of acceptance and inclusivity. A diverse cast of four grope towards an understanding of how their actions affect the life of one woman, not to mention the repercussions. Wellness is the culmination of a lifetime of experiences crying out for an audience. #wellness #wellnesstheplay #livetheatre #actorlife #healthandwellness #bodyissues
The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund provides almost $2m in funding every year to support Australian creativity through our vibrant writing, publishing and visual arts sectors. For the next few weeks, the Cultural Fund is accepting applications for three highly valuable Fellowships – including a new one for teachers – and grants for emerging artists and writers.
Diana's nickname is DD. If you say DD in Vietnamese it means GO GO. If you add the correct tonality it means SLUT SLUT. Special times. #DianaNguyen #MICF
With a focus on long-term, sustained collaboration for the benefit of Australia’s contemporary arts, the Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA) and the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) today kicked off an ambitious four-year initiative to build on shared values and lead national policy priorities – not only for this year, but with a sustained approach up to the 2022 election and beyond.
Melbourne artist Chelsea Wilson has been at the forefront of the Melbourne soul and jazz scene long before charming listeners with her debut album I Hope You’ll Be Very Unhappy Without Me in 2014. Riding the coattails of her debut album’s international success, Chelsea made her UK debut at Glastonbury Festival 2015, subsequently selling out the famous London Jazz Café, as well enjoying successes back home with the release being named #2 Album of the Year on ABC Radio National and nominated for Best Soul Album at The Age Music Victoria Awards 2014. @chelseawilsonmusic #chelseawilsonmusic
Melbourne’s genre-breaking five-piece On Diamond are making the Melbourne live scene their own. Their combination of pop with spontaneous expression set the dynamic outfit apart from the rest of the crowd.
Brisbane's Ting Lim and Erin Michelle are bringing their debut stand-up comedy split bill, Ting and Erin's Awesome Comedy Show, to Adelaide Fringe!
Following the global smash success of the multi award-winning Trash Test Dummies and critically acclaimed Splash Test Dummies, comes Dummies Corp’s all-female circus sensation Don’t Mess with the Dummies. Lions, tigers and Dummies, oh my! Set up camp and stampede into the jungle for an outlandish circus filled extravaganza that will leave you chuckling like a monkey and roaring for more. This brand-new ensemble takes centre stage at the famous Spielgeltent during Melbourne International Comedy Festival with an endearing blend of circus, comedy and character that will leave your heart on your sleeve and your jaw on the floor. Tickets are on sale now via the Comedy Festival website.
The draw of the ocean and the free-spirit of surfing, particularly in the 1960s and 70s, underlies the two exhibitions coming up at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery: Gerry Wedd Kitschen Man and Ripped Off: Gerry’s been doing it for years … it’s about time someone else got in on the act. In these exhibitions, some of Australia’s leading artists – who also happen to surf – play with the imagery and folklore of surf culture, at the same time “taking the piss” and highlighting the humour, irreverence and anarchy that pervades the scene.
Award-winning artist Marco Luccio returns to fortyfivedownstairs from 5 - 30 March 2019 with his latest exhibition—NEW YORK POSTCARDS—featuring over 150 works in varying mediums including ink, acrylic, and drypoint, composed on original postcards collected in New York.
The 2019 Adelaide Fringe is inviting festival-goers to the city’s biggest party of the year lasting 31 days and nights – and it all starts with the spectacular Opening Night festivities from 6pm tomorrow.
Sydney cabaret performer, Jodie Stubbs, will make her Adelaide Fringe debut with her hilarious cabaret, WOMAN at Gluttony next month. Having received rave reviews in Sydney and Melbourne, WOMAN takes you on a humorous journey of what it is to be a mother, career woman, wife and cabaret chanteuse as Jodie attempts to get through a 60-minute show without having to check on the kids.
AlfanAnt have their Heads In the Clouds with the first single off forthcoming "Aurora Australis" album and an 'OFF THE ISLAND' 11-date tour.
Herbie Hancock is the master of modern jazz – he is innovative, influential, a living legend and will close the 2019 Melbourne International Jazz Festival at Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall.
The competition’s aim is to promote the enrolled artists, giving them chance to join the international market of contemporary art.
A series of unique dance workshops is taking place this March and April as part of the ButohOUT! Festival 2019, which will allow participants to discover the engaging and liberating performance art form known as Butoh.
A ‘how-to’ guide for engaging with the unimaginably big matter of future life on this planet.
Open Call DREAMTIME: Collective exhibition dedicated to the dreams, to the metaphysical vision of life.
Medea: Kaddish For the Children is a visual performance work that re-imagines the classic Medea story from the woman’s perspective. It draws from the classic Euripides’ Medea text, The Voyage of the Argo by Apollonius of Rhodes and the Kaddish (the Jewish Mourner’s Prayer).