Taking place in the stunning surrounds of Bambra on the edge of the Victorian Otways, regional music festival Meadow (previously By The Meadow) returns for its seventh installment in March 2020. Besides chopping its name into a punchy one-worder, Meadow hasn’t changed in vibe one bit, promising yet another three-day, two-night, once-in-a-year-time party.
Montague: A Community Lost and Found, an exhibition which gives viewers a glimpse into the lives of Montague residents, is on display at Carlisle Street Arts Space (CSAS) from 4 December 2019 to 29 January 2020.
The second season of curator Ruby Ellam’s Melbourne based podcast arrives on Spotify, Soundcloud and Apple Podcasts in January 2020. ‘Ruby Hates Jackson Pollock’ was developed as a part of Monash’s school of Art, Design and Architecture and interviewed young, upcoming artists, designers, filmmakers and others from all corners of the Melbourne scene. This upcoming season features ten fortnightly full length episodes including fan favourites from the first season as well as new, fresh faces to the podcast. #melbourne #podcast #curating #upcomingartists #rubyellam
Celebrating a decade of extraordinary music making, friendship and community come and join us at Sharing The Joy on Sunday 15th December at 3pm, in the Collingwood Town Hall. This concert features the sensational Liane Keegan, Claire Patti and Daniel Brinsmead as special guest artists, all long term collaborators and friends of THECHO!R. There will truly be something for everyone, with many of THECHO!R's great musical highlights from their vast repertoire, including the world premiere of their newly commissioned work "The Call' by Daniel Brinsmead. @THECHOIRFanPage @YarraCityCouncil
Summer in Melbourne is about to get real sweaty this January at The Butterfly Club when the little but fierce Chloe Perrett presents her one-woman show, SWEETie as part of the Midsumma Festival 2020.
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Visit the iconic Linden Postcard Show! Since 1990, this much-loved open-entry small artwork prize exhibition has been providing artists - from emerging to established - the opportunity to present their artwork on the walls of Linden New Art's beautiful Victorian-era building. All artworks are for sale, so visitors can buy a mini-masterpiece and support a living artist!
Space2b is proud to be hosting our third annual '100 Paintings for Peace' community exhibition from Tuesday, 3rd December 2019 through until Saturday, 31st January 2020.
The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund has awarded three life-changing fellowships, valued at $80,000 each, in support and celebration of Australia’s writers and visual artists and the creation of new Australian works
Wacom’s creative pen computer with leading pen technology and enhanced computing power has the legs to run full versions of creative software, giving professional artists and designers freedom to create whatever they want, wherever they need to.
Local body language expert and artist, Sophie Halliday Zadeh from My Alcomy, combines art with nonverbal communication in ‘Face It!’, a series of workshops exploring emotion and expression, through drawing and clay.
The 16th annual Sydney Comedy Festival has revealed the names of the first comedians joining its 2020 program
Back by popular demand, the award-winning, smash hit of 2019, Every Brilliant Thing, returns to Belvoir for a strictly limited season to kick off 2020, and sees Helpmann Award nominee, Steve Rodgers (Belvoir’s Cloudstreet), reprise his role in this outstanding solo performance.
Conceived and Directed by International Guest Director, Gavin Marshall. Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger…
Inspired by the City of Casey’s people and surrounding environment, Home/Land: Project Another Country is set to explore stories of migration, family and home at Bunjil Place from 14 December to 8 March 2020.
Australasian duo Imagine the Land Project has completion their newest participatory environmental art installation entitled Tocca la Terra (Touch the Earth), created in collaboration with viewers at The MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art Rome, Italy. @k.a.r.m.a.a.r.t.s @imaginetheland
Proudly supported by Gasworks Arts Park, Melbourne’s premier Southside Arts Hub, international award-winning company Casus Circus bring their much anticipated and exclusive season, You & I, to the 2020 Midsumma Festival. #GasworksArtsPark #YouandI #CasusCircus #Midsumma
Get / Festive this holiday season at Melbourne’s newest Christmas Hub, with an Australian first walk-through Christmas tree, custom live comic art, festive pet photos supporting Guide Dogs Victoria, a Golden Donut Decorating Station and more. This festive season, QV Melbourne is lighting up the CBD with a new Christmas Hub located in the QV city square on the corner of Swanston and Lonsdale Streets. Launching on Friday 29 November, the festive hub will run until Sunday 22 December and is completely FREE. The shining light of Get / Festive is an Australian first walk-through Christmas Tree, reaching 15 metres to the stars with unique Christmas characters and magical lights inside and out. With a design inspired by the geometry of Melbourne, the QV Christmas Tree is sure to join the Myer Christmas windows as a celebratory CBD destination this December.
Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta is proud to present the world premiere of James Elazzi’s dramatic-comedy, Lady Tabouli, at Riverside Theatres as part of the 2020 Sydney Festival.
Stephen Brasch, an award winning artist, creates aerial landscapes on large canvases from his "shed" studio. His recent exhibition was titled Paintings from the Shed and this latest exhibition is aptly titled "More Paintings from the Shed". Stephen is a visual traveller between urban and rural locations and his art flourishes when he is immersed in the environment he loves so well. Redcliffe Old Fire Station Gallery invites visitors to wander and dawdle through the various landscapes. You are encouraged to absorb the calming vibes from viewing this large body of work.
Two stunning Fitzroy Gardens-inspired artworks have been unveiled at Mirvac’s recently completed luxury residential development in East Melbourne, The Eastbourne, an inner-city eden and new legacy for apartment living, delivered in partnership with Freemasons Victoria. The paintings by Cape Town, South Africa artist, Zarah Cassim, who is represented by Melbourne-based gallery, Otomys Contemporary, adorn The Eastbourne’s opulent main lobby. Ms Cassim, whose work often focuses on natural landscapes, took inspiration from the beauty and light of the Fitzroy Gardens during her visit to Melbourne earlier this year, when she worked on the 3.2-metre (w) by 4.0-metre (h) paintings from an Abbotsford studio. A $460 million residential landmark on the site of the former Dallas Brooks Hall, The Eastbourne has fulfilled Mirvac’s vision to reimagine urban life at an exceptional Melbourne address, while paying tribute to the Fitzroy Gardens and heritage of Freemasonry.