The 2020 Fellow will be awarded $25,000 and have the chance to work at Belvoir in 2021 as a resident artist.
Presenting For Your Pleasure, a new media art exhibition exclusive to the TikTok platform. 13.08.2020-31.08.2020. TikTok is a place where people dance around their kitchens, play pranks on their families, connect with their friends, laugh, cry and sing. Surprising, heartwarming and almost always funny, TikTok takes note of where you linger, what you ‘like’ and feeds you quick hits of dopamine just ‘for you’. The twelve artists in For Your Pleasure use sound, video, performance, dance, collage and pop culture to celebrate the connectivity, intimacy and relatability of 2020’s most downloaded app. In a nod to TikTok’s ‘For You Page’, For Your Pleasure gives you art you didn’t know you needed, from the comfort of your smartphone.
For ten days in September, film fans will be able to stream a fully curated program of pertinent and eye-opening shorts.
Melissa Cameron reimagines the discarded steel detritus of suburbia, to reconnect and re-make her experience of place. @bridgetkennedy_projectspace #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery
It’s your time to shine Pop, Soul and Folk singers … the closing date for round two of Play It Forward’s online singing competition Permission to Shine has been extended to this Sunday 16th August at 11.59 AEST! We are thrilled to announce that Danielle Matthews will judge the Pop section. Follow us on social media to stay in touch with our news. All the details you need to enter are on our website. You’ve got to be in it to win it!!! Get your entries in NOW! @PermissionToShineOnline @playitforwardoz #singingcompetition
Picturing Footscray is a free open-entry photography prize that has been celebrating Melbourne's unique inner-west suburb of Footscray since 2016, documenting a period of significant change. In 2020, this is particularly poignant. Against the backdrop of home-isolation and a global pandemic, life as we know it has changed and we’re adapting with it. Welcome to Picturing Footscray, virtually! @vuinthecommunity #vuinthecommunity #picturingfootscray
Australian Design Centre presents the 20th anniversary exhibition of the design industry’s much anticipated annual program WORKSHOPPED20 - the very best in new Australian design by emerging and established designers.
Two well established and award-winning artists are joining forces to bring their exhibition “POWER of STYLE” to The Old Fire Station Gallery for four weeks. Redcliffe Art Society [RAS] has been the art home of both Enid Bullock and Maya Kuperman, who became friends because of shared similarities. Their love of drawing was fostered during their childhoods, and they kept this love for art with them always. However, these artists have emerged from quite different backgrounds.
Hear from artist Tom Mùller for an insight into his WA Now – MONOLITH SCORES exhibition. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #myagwamoment #wanow
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a group show by former NMTAFE graduates
The retrospective K. H. Hödicke, which is now on view at the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München is coming to Berlin in October!
Entries to State Theatre Company South Australia’s major award for the encouragement and support of new writing talent close on Aug 14.
Three storytellers from Aboriginal language groups across South Australia are sharing their cultural knowledge as part of a free online experience presented by Adelaide Festival Centre’s Something on Saturday program.
TAFE NSW electronic music student Haemish Wellard has been selected to collaborate with Limelight artist Wendy Zhang to compose music for her visually stunning 2021 Vivid Sydney project.
Award winning singer and conductor of the ABC TV smash hit, Choir of Hard Knocks, Dr Jonathon Welch AM, invites you to join our exciting NEW FREE ONLINE choir program. Online rehearsals will take place via ZOOM one Sunday a month to the end of 2020, between 5pm - 6pm to rehearse and then chat afterwards with your choir buddies! Calling all dads, brothers, uncles, grandfathers, cousins and mates! @MENALOUDMA
Riverside Theatres Digital presents
COME DANCE AND SING with Jay Laga'aia and Friends
This episode examines the tearing down of monuments. Is it the correcting of history, or the destruction of public art?
Pozible, the Australian crowdfunding service provider, headquartered in Melbourne, has now distributed $100m+ for artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and communities since 2010. They have recently celebrated their 10th birthday and have helped thousands of local creatives and organisations to raise awareness and funding for a range of projects in their decade of operation.
Variety of art by different artists on show for one week. @tapgallerysydney