Sydney’s most exciting competitive dance festival, Sharp Short Dance, is back for its 11th year to unearth the country’s best young dancers and choreographers.
Accomplished Gold Coast artist, Nicola Moss continues her exploration of stories of urban green spaces, both here and in Japan, with an exhibition at HOTA.
Mango Hill State School took out Story of the Year with their inspiring performance ‘What About the Children?’, in which a young boy discovers a way to make a difference when he learns about children who have been left homeless after a hurricane in Haiti.
Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College's Tumbi Umbi Campus from the NSW Central Coast has taken out Wakakirri's Story of the Year with a moving and creative interpretation of John Marsden's 'The Rabbits'.
Hip-hop heavyweights Thundamentals have announced they will be taking their new album on the road for their 'I LOVE SONGS' NATIONAL TOUR. The seven date metro tour kicks off at The Forum in Melbourne on Saturday November 10th with Canberra, Brisbane, Hobart, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth dates to follow.
On Fri 19 Oct, judge Cherie McNair, Director & CEO, Australian Centre for Photography announced Tamara Dean as the recipient of this year’s Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award.
The Adelaide Fringe Board has welcomed Dr Odette Pearson as its newest member and hopes to benefit from her wide range of experience in the health and well-being of Indigenous Australians.
According to the German dictator, Adolf Hitler after the end of World War 2 two countries would emerge as superpowers ,they are will be the United States and the Soviet Union.Hitler's prediction was surprisingly accurate.After the end of two devastating wars(world war 1 and world war 2) the population of the world got the chance to witness “THE COLD WAR” which was the political tension between the United States and USSR(Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) characterized by propaganda,competition,threats and proxy wars raged by surrogates.Simply, in other words,The US and Soviet Union instead of fighting a direct hot war they fought for such as, making their individual ideologies renowned as the Americans were Capitalists and Soviets were Communists.
Andrew Nicholls’ WA Now solo exhibition will showcase his recent Hyperkulturemia series for Western Australian audiences. The major focus of his practice for the past five years, Hyperkulturemia is the outcome of a series of residencies in Italy between 2014-2017, which allowed Nicholls to retrace the 18th century iteration of The Grand Tour. A rite-of-passage that saw young aristocratic men complete their formal education via an extended journey to Italy to view the remnants of classical antiquity and the masterpieces of the Renaissance, the Grand Tour spawned the Neoclassical movement that would dominate Western aesthetics for a century.
Darebin Arts Speakeasy and Double Water Sign present the world premiere of MORAL PANIC
Help us mark 100 years since the end of the Great War on Friday 09 November 2018. The 11th of November is the Armistice Day centenary. Please join us for an evening of World War I poetry to honour and remember the fallen who died for our freedom.
A light-hearted musical journey in song, through thought-provoking topics such as ethics, love, religion and bum scratching.
You probably haven’t heard about time crystals, but you need to know about them. They’re a completely new form of matter that could change everything.
Lys d’Or presents selected works by international artists who answered to the open call "Homeless" as Deprivation of access to housing Extreme form of social exclusion, Extreme form of discrimination, Loss of dignity
Please join us for the opening of Brazen by Rachel Hannan: Saturday 3rd Nov | 2 – 4 pm. In this new body of work Hannan has been less attached to details and more interested in portraying the sense of a place, combined with memories and experiences Hannan has had by the time she lands in the studio. Some works have been made en plein air in Hannan’s garden and nearby. Hannan’s approach is loose and intuitive, energetic and vibrant. Juxtaposed with the assertive strokes and thick impasto are smaller more intimate areas and translucent layers where one can explore and rest in the more meditative sections of the works.
The length, direction and organization of each brushstroke, the gradation and contrast of his palette is presented with obscure logic. In such a free-spirited genre, Zeng presents the sanity of chaos.
Coolbellup and Nollamara Primary Schools got the chance to see their own creative works on display at the AWESOME International Arts Festival for Bright Young Things last week in Perth. The Creative Challenge program took place in the schools during term 3 with the festival outcome being delivered as part of the 22nd annual AWESOME Festival from 28 Sept to 12 Oct. Students were invited to participate in the excursion program in the first week of term 4 to view their work at the festival thanks to the Crown Resorts and Packer Family Foundations.
Two time Academy Award® nominee and Australian theatrical legend, Judy Davis, returns to Belvoir to direct August Strindberg's The Dance Of Death, with an impeccable cast of Colin Friels, Pamela Rabe and Toby Schmitz.
A Melbourne institution, The Australian Shakespeare Company’s season of The Wind in the Willows has now been seen by generations of Australians. First playing in the Royal Botanic Gardens in 1987, this critically acclaimed outdoor theatre production delivers music, songs, and laughs. #ShakespeareAustralia #ASCWillows
Lab.11 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. It's a great opportunity for the artists, which can win a cash prize, have the opportunity to exhibit the artworks in Venice and much more.