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The Changing Views of Western Australia's Landscapes

BY Isobel Goodwin-Moore / Macquarie University / Bachelor of Arts Majoring in Journalism and Non-Fiction Writing | 16-Aug-2019
The Changing Views of Western Australia's Landscapes

Western Australian artist Robert Ewing records the way the world changes around him through his expressive art practice. #541ArtSpaceSydney #RobertEwing @IsobelGM1

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Exhibition | Deirdre Bean - 'Natural Perspective'

BY Mitchell Fine Art | 16-Aug-2019
Deirdre Bean - Natural Perspective

The intricacies of nature are the focus for internationally awarded natural history artist Deirdre Bean in her first solo exhibition at Mitchell Fine Art. @mitchellfineartgallery @deirdre_bean #naturalperspective #brisbanegallery #exhibitionopening #watercolouronpaper #botanicalartist

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THE MUSIC VICTORIA AWARDS RETURNING TO MELBOURNE RECITAL CENTRE FOR 2019 + SELF-SUBMISSIONS FOR MUSICIANS, VENUES AND FESTIVALS NOW OPEN

BY This Much Talent | 16-Aug-2019
THE MUSIC VICTORIA AWARDS RETURNING TO MELBOURNE

The Music Victoria Awards is excited to be returning to the Melbourne Recital Centre in November 2019 for its 14th year. The Awards is one of the most anticipated music industry events on the Melbourne Music Week calendar, and has been a long-running feature of Melbourne Music Week, which is this year enjoying its 10th anniversary. @MusicVictoria #MusicVictoria

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Temple Talks

BY Negin Nia | 16-Aug-2019
Temple Talks

Sometimes all you need is talks underneath a 15 m high and 46 m long buddha to open your eyes up to a new perspective.

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Puckered lips and selfie sticks - social media is a child’s worst enemy.

BY Rebecca Borg / La Trobe University Victoria / Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) | 16-Aug-2019
Puckered lips and selfie sticks - social media is a childs worst enemy.

When I think of childhood, I think of building sandcastles on the beach on a hot summer’s day. The sound of laughter at playgrounds. Running and dancing. Children being children. Never would I have imagined innocent faces all dolled up, acting 20 instead of 12 while little boys pump weights believing that this is the solution to overcoming their insecurities. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the stresses of children in 2019. @rebeccaaborg #puckeredlips #selfiesticks #childrentoday #socialissues

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Another Amazing Awesome August Auction At Amanda Addams

BY Amanda Addams Auctions | 16-Aug-2019
Another Amazing Awesome August Auction At Amanda Addams

Another Amazing Awesome August Auction At Amanda Addams. Important and outstanding onsite contents auction. 251 Jasper Road McKinnon, Victoria. Viewing: Saturday 24th August 11 am to 5 pm- Sunday 25th 10am -12.15 pm. Under instructions from various homes, estates and collections include: The estate of Bryan and Pat Hefter- Hobart Tasmania (part 2), the estate of Geoffrey Woodall, Blackburn, Estates; St. Kilda, Balwyn, Bentleigh and Cheltenham etc. The majority to be sold without reserves. Not to be missed!

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Channels Festival: International Biennial of Video Art 2019

BY Channels Festival | 15-Aug-2019
Channels Festival: International Biennial of Video Art 2019

Rolling out over twelve venues in Melbourne, Channels Festival 2019 is set to broaden horizons from 24 August – 15 September as International and Australian video art blurs fact with fiction to delve deeper into difference, connectivity, power and place. Deconstructing notions of belonging, complicity and resistance, Channels Festival shares a diverse and inclusive program of group and solo exhibitions, new commissions, artist residencies, screenings, performances, talks and discussions, presented across Melbourne and beyond. #ChannelsFestival @ChannelsFestival #ChannelsFest @ChannelsFest

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Culture Crash

BY John Klein | 14-Aug-2019
Culture Crash

Sydney-based artists Gabby Malpas, John Klein and Mellissa Read-Devine have joined forces to stage Culture Crash, an exhibition that explores multiculturalism in Australia. Each artist has examined this theme through their own personal life experiences, metaphors and visual language. ARO Gallery 51 William Street, Darlinghurst. 29 October to 10 November 2019.

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OUR MOB 2019 - Art by South Australian Aboriginal Artists

BY Adelaide Festival Centre | 13-Aug-2019
OUR MOB 2019 - Art by South Australian Aboriginal Artists

Adelaide Festival Centre is proud to celebrate the 14th year of OUR MOB, a unique and outstanding exhibition of art across a wide range of media. This year, the free exhibition features 160 artworks from over 80 First Nations artists of ages ranging from 6 - 79 years old. @FestivalCentre #FestivalCentre @AdelaideFesCent @adelaidefescent

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