The 25th annual Melbourne Reclink Community Cup promises another great day of community, fundraising, music, and of course grassroots footy, as the Megahertz (Community Radio Triple R 102.7FM & PBS 106.7FM) take on the ESPY Rockdogs (musos).
A collection display featuring a range of (largely) ceramic works that showcase the way some of the nation’s and world’s best makers create sequences and clusters of objects. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #seethingsdifferently
This major exhibition explores the abundant beauty of the botanical world and the threats that assail it. The Botanical: Beauty and Peril draws from the renowned collection of Janet Holmes à Court and the AGWA Collection to present a vivid, involving and sometimes disturbing journey through the diverse representation by Australian artists of the glorious kingdom of plants. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #seethingsdifferently #agwabotanical #beautyandperil
Melbourne jangle rock project, Eaglemont, is the brainchild of Bridgitte Jessop, who’s back and baring all in her angsty new rumbler, ‘Hound’, due for release Friday 3 May.
The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund has awarded a $15,000 Publisher Fellowship to Justin Ractliffe of Hachette Australia at the Australian Book Industry Awards in Sydney.
SECOND LOOK: A Review of Two Art Fairs. May 18 - July 6, 2019. Opening Reception: Saturday, May 18, 2019 From 5 – 8 pm
Abbotsford’s new favourite local The Carringbush Hotel, opened it’s doors to the newly renovated sustainable pub back in March to rave reviews.
Melbourne artist Hannah Cameron and Canadian-born Sydney musician Brian Campeau have long shared a mutual admiration and nurturing of one another’s musical journeys.
Exactly 40 years from our first ever concert, join us to celebrate The Boite's 40th Birthday with a party at the Abbotsford Convent's Sacred Heart Courtyard and Oratory featuring Omados + Lamine Sonko + Mitch Tambo + Anne Norman + Opa Bato + Alejandro Vargas + Tash Vargas + Ernie Gruner + Rose de La Montaña + Gelareh Pour + Melbourne Georgian Choir and more...
Resurfacing jack of all trades, Laura Imbruglia is set to hit the road Friday 3 May to tour her recently released album Scared of You.
Melbourne quartet Monnone Alone are gearing up to release their first album in six years. Since 2013’s Together at Last, Monnone Alone have refined and cultivated their sound, mixing indiepop and classic rock. So far audiences have been blessed by jangly singles ‘Cut Knuckle’ and ‘Do It Twice’ from the forthcoming 10-track LP Summer of The Mosquito.
Ethnic City features emerging performers of colour. The 50 min live variety show is held on Fridays 7pm during 24 May - 14 June at The Improv Conspiracy. Bookings highly recommended.
Solo Art Exhibition by Yulia Pustoshkina
The Chilean-Colombian band, Los Pitutos, will transport Parramatta audiences to a bygone world of sultry Latin American nights in a special performance at Riverside Theatres on Sunday 12th May.
A sensational double bill embodying movement shifts influenced by voices from the past to the present, looking back and forward.
The 66th Sydney Film Festival (5 – 16 June) announces the World Premiere of Palm Beach, an uplifting drama/comedy from Australian director Rachel Ward, as the Opening Night Film at the State Theatre on Wednesday 5 June. @sydneyfilmfestival #sydneyfilmfestival @sydfilmfest #sydfilmfest
A furious road trip through time, space, and the mind of a deviant woman. #DriveTW #TheatreWorks
Venice, May 7 - November 25 2019. A site-specific project by Lab'Bel in the public space during the 58th Biennale: an art performance throughout Venice. Curator : Silvia Guerra. Opening on May 7, 8, 9 and 10 during the Biennale professional week.
The Royal Opera House 2018/19 Live Cinema Season will exclusively present musical genius Guiseppe Verdi’s ambitious score – La forza del destino (11, 12 and 15 May 2019) in 20 Event Cinemas and 7 Village Cinemas locations nationally across Australia.
A free tour of the exhibition with Bruce Johnson-McLean, Anna Grigson, Nephi Denham and Abe Muriata will take place on Saturday 11 May at 10.30 am