Winter Warmers Exhibition
PBS Radio Festival 2021: Make It Home
Monday 17 May – Sunday 30 May 2021
"You want a music education? PBS 106.7FM is where you’ll get it." – Ross Wilson, Daddy Cool
Melbourne’s FOJAM (Festival of Jewish Arts and Music) is excited to announce another edition of their popular storytelling and slam poetry night with the upcoming event Spun Stories - Is This My Story To Tell? Who has the ‘right’ to tell which story? Are we only able to tell stories that we have experienced ourselves? Is it ok to try and embody another character and tell their story as an act of empathy and compassion? Can we separate the character of a person from the work they create?
Celebrating 60 years of friendship between Australia and Korea!
#kaafartprize #artprize #callforentries #kccsydney #artists
Murmuration is a contemporary installation by the Windowsmiths, exploring the beauty and function of ordinary technologies driven by the body which enable transformation.
Endangered + Extinct explores themes of loss through the exploration of architectural structures and the medium of ceramics.
Lab.19 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 in October 2021 in Rome and much more.
CDP Kids presents The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show
Created by Jonathan Rockefeller
Based on Eric Carle's Books
Over the first weekend in June, Lake Macquarie's local artists and makers will open their studio doors and welcome the general public inside for a behind the scenes look; giving art lovers the chance to meet artists, learn about the creative process and purchase unique artworks to take home. Featured artists work across a variety of mediums including glass, textile, sculpture and painting.
Made/ Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewellery is an ADC On Tour exhibition of outstanding work by 22 contemporary jewellery artists exploring the act of making, and the creation of meaning for the wearer.
Do you want to learn a new craft or extend your skills? Join us for this special Sydney Craft Week launch event.
Uncanny Archives is the debut solo exhibition by Sydney-based artist Lisa Carrett. Through painting and sculpture this show explores the transient sentiments of home within the broader Australian landscape. Carrett investigates how home is inextricably tied to the past and present, as memory informs individual perceptions of place. The home as a repository for memory, is explored as Carrett identifies key symbolism from the homes of her and her families past.
WA's talented young artists are celebrated in this yearly showcase, gauging the pulse of young people who will influence, empower and shape the world we live in. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #myagwamoment @agwapulse #pulseperspectives #agwapulse
Running from the 30th of June to the 11th of July at Melbourne’s renowned fortyfivedownstairs, Heartstring Theatre proudly present another Australian premiere season - 'Still' by Jen Silverman. #StillHeartstring @heartstringtheatre
Glimpses from Wei Rong Wu is an exhibition of works on paper, drawn from the artist’s observations and recollections over the past year. Wei Rong Wu is a Chinese-born artist who combines Western and Eastern artistic practices and materials in the creation of her work. This is Wei Rong’s first solo exhibition. This exhibition runs alongside that of artist friend and collaborator, eX de Medici.
eX de Medici’s extraordinary work examines concepts of power through violence, geo-economic politics and environment. Working from her studio in Canberra, eX presents a new series of detailed watercolours of hybridised moths and weaponry. This is eX's first commercial gallery show in Canberra since 2003.
WHAT?! An outdoor pool? In Hart van Zuid, at the Annie M.G. Schmidt square in Rotterdam, a functional artwork has been launched in the shape of... a swimming pool - just before the start of the Eurovision Song Contest. Not a real one of course, but an artistic interpretation that serves as an interactive meeting place for the inhabitants of Rotterdam and visitors. The Splash, a collaboration between Arttenders and artist Cindy Bakker, is inspired by the natural appeal of paddling pools. It is a place where functionality, art, spatial development, and policy solutions come together through social design. The work is 'officially' put into use from April 28 on, but can already be admired!
Starring Natalie Bassingthwaighte & Paulini
Linden New Art presents Wellness Deity, a new exhibition by one of Australia and Thailand’s brightest ceramic talents, Vipoo Srivilasa. Running from Saturday 22 May until Sunday 22 August, Wellness Deity is a community driven project developed during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia. Wellness Deity is a multidisciplinary exhibition featuring works from the Wellness Deity Project - a self-directed project Srivilasa undertook in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The artist invited people to submit a drawing of their ‘Wellness Deity’, a god-like being that has a special or protective power. Srivilasa selected 19 of these drawings to provide inspiration for a series of ceramic sculptures. Each deity has its own unique characteristic based on the personal stories submitted and will be accompanied by a piece of commissioned creative writing.
To Feed your Oracle, a solo-exhibition by German-born, Melbourne-based artist and film-maker Ruth Höflich will be held at Linden New Art from 22 May – 22 August. The installation of photography, video and site intervention will explore how we try to understand or predict things that we can’t see, and how our expectations can affect our experiences of the unknown. In 2019, Höflich was awarded the Georges Mora Fellowship. This new body of work has been created through the fellowship, which allowed her access to the State Library of Victoria’s special collections. Specifically, Höflich drew inspiration from the library’s Alma Conjuring Collection. This exhibition explores the different concepts of magic, from inattentional blindness, divination and magic as a portal to the unknown.