To celebrate Spring and National Biodiversity Month, we bring you some extraordinary insights into evolution, extinction and the changing face of our Earth through the eyes of a handful of fabulous and fascinating South Australian scientists.
Running for three shows only at Theatre Works this Melbourne Fringe Festival, Citizen Theatre proudly bring Melbourne audiences a pertinent new work. #citizentheatre #melbfringe
Charisa Bossinakis delves into the myths we are told from birth like travel is good for the soul and family is all you need, (really? Have you been to Christmas Lunch?) #comedy #melbournefringe #standup
Join us on the Kimberley Foundation Australia's 20th Anniversary, with a public lecture on how Kimberley rock art has become the focus of major research by Australia's leading archaeologists and scientists.
Presented by CDP with Tall Stories, the much loved tale based on the award-winning picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler returns to Melbourne with a season at the Athenaeum Theatre.
A variety circus show. Some of Australia’s hottest emerging contemporary circus artists will deliver breathtaking displays of physical endurance and gravity defying stunts, when the National Institute of Circus Arts’ (NICA) 2018 Bachelor Degree graduates present Company 18.
When the on-screen soap opera of professional wrestling drops its over-the-top façade, it’s always worth talking about. This year at the Melbourne Fringe, comedian Paul Richards tackles the most controversial moment in wrestling history, with his show “Montreal”.
'Yabarra: Gathering of Light' will illuminate the Torrens riverbank reeds, surrounding grasslands and paths to share stories from a time long ago, bringing to life native animals and Aboriginal storytelling through mesmerising interactive installations of projection, sound and light.
Kids 3D Printing Workshop. Many of today’s designers are using 3D printing to allow unparalleled scope in design exploration from prototyping to production.
Miniatures’ Masterclass with Urban Decay’s Joshua Smith
On display in Object Space are two works from Bidjigal artist and elder Esme Timbery
Australian Design Centre's boutique outdoor Makers Market is back as part of Sydney Craft Week
Australia's fixation on the land is nothing new. Throughout history, the landscape played a major role in countless films, novels, poems and songs - a role that's not going away any time soon. So why are we so obsessed with our landscape? #landscape #Australian #obsession
rethinking value : the essence of time, exhibits the goods and services that were offered in exchange for the vessels and the documentary process of the work.
Game Maker Device, a new painting series by Iranian modernist painting artist; Shanly Momeni will be on show from 7 to 12 September 2018 in Art Time Gallery.
Local Blackheath 'outsider' artist Craig Loxley on show for Aug- Sep 2018
Medium brings together Vernon Bowden and Sean O’Connell to explore the power of objects and matter to evoke meaning.
Lost and Lonesome label boss and ex-Lucksmiths bassist Mark Monnone is excited to reveal his latest single ‘Cut Knuckle’ from his solo-turned-duo-turned-trio-turned-quartet project Monnone Alone. Since settling on a solid line-up of Joe Foley (Aleks & the Ramps), Louis Richter (Mid-State Orange) and Gus Franklin (Architecture in Helsinki, The Smallgoods) the once solo Monnone Alone is now anything but. Though still deeply laden with Monnone’s signature indie pop warble, the band step off in a new direction on ‘Cut Knuckle’, leading the charge on their forthcoming second album Summer of the Mosquito.
More than 50 finalists for the $25,000 Kennedy Prize have been announced today and will feature in an exhibition at the Royal South Australian Society of the Arts at the State Library from September 8-23.
Award-winning artist Anya Anastasia is back, bringing a fierce, fresh, and tightly choreographed new breed of contemporary comedy cabaret to the stage. #GasworksArtsPark #AnyaAnastasia