Bangarra Dance Theatre celebrates its landmark 30th anniversary season with Bangarra: 30 years of sixty five thousand, a stunning display of contemporary dance, at the Arts Centre Melbourne 5th September to 14th September.
Outhouse Theatre Co (Gloria and The Flick) and Seymour Centre will present Pulitzer Prize winner, Annie Baker’s, John at the Seymour Centre‘s Reginald Theatre from 19th September until October 12th.
The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund continues to invest in Australia’s arts future, announcing more than $500,000 in grants for the support of 25 projects in the first of two rounds of funding for 2019.
From the red dust of the Queensland plains, comes three unsuspecting thespians in the making. Balls deep in inspiration and with too much time on their hands, Darryl, Vinnie and Berrick join forces to create the show of their dreams, with the help of their devoted mothers. The show is performed by Ell Sachs, Laura Trenerry and Lucy Fox. Directed and co-devised with Kimberley Twiner (PoPoMoCo).
A circus variety showcase
Company of Rogues will present the NSW premiere of Sophia Simmons’ award-winning play about growing up, the universe and everything as part of the 2019 Sydney Fringe Festival’s Emerging Artists Sharehouse, this September 10th to 14th.
Mahler’s Colossal Fifth Symphony With The Metropolitan Orchestra
When MAriska MA Veepilaikaliyamma first saw a small, traditional house built under one of her beloved Neem Tree Mothers, she immediately decided to choose this place as her Atelier-Galerie in Madurai. MAriska MA Veepilaikaliyamma - Neem Tree Mothers -Dance @ Atelier-Galerie Veepilaisakti
The latest crop of Art & Design talent from across Australia will be showcasing their works on a global stage at a leading Brand and Licensing exhibition in October. More than 30 artists from the Sydney-based Creative Industries hub - ArtSHINE - will be heading to London to boost awareness and network with clients and other exhibitors at Brand Licensing Europe, the global B2B marketplace for sourcing original Art & Design and Brand licenses.
A seafarer by definition, Jack Tar and Co. embodies both the sailor that once was and the support of the ship’s company afar although eternally close to heart.
Sex of Nature is a photographic series exploring areas of wilderness, seemingly untouched by human beings.
Shop Talk is a unique installation of drawings and painting focusing on process and repetition, resulting in a large-scale painting filling an entire gallery wall.
Since You’ve Been Gone is Penelope Metcalf’s tribute to the suburbia of her childhood.
Western Australian artist Robert Ewing records the way the world changes around him through his expressive art practice. #541ArtSpaceSydney #RobertEwing @IsobelGM1
SUFF returns to showcase the very best in freaky, absurd, fantastic and not-for-the-faint-hearted films over four jam-packed days. @SUFFfilmfest #SUFFfilmfest
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
Hans is preparing to hit the road on a 12-stop nationwide tour with his award-winning show, Hans: Like A German. @accordionhans #accordionhans
Few transcend the borderlines of folk and soul quite as seamlessly as Melbourne based artist Danika Smith.
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
Californian-Melbournian artist Lauren Tarver has been writing and recording material under the moniker El Tee for a mere 12 months now but is already building a name for herself amongst Melbourne’s thriving indie community.