This major new series of work extends Stockdale’s fascination with 19th century narratives surrounding Ned Kelly.
Robert Fielding is a contemporary artist of Pakistani, Afghan, Western Arrente and Yankunytjatjara descent, who lives in Mimili Community in the remote Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. Fielding’s work combines strong cultural roots with contemporary perspectives.
See the iconic Ashes Urn until 23 February in Velvet, Iron, Ashes.
The Copyright Agency, in partnership with the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas, today announced funding of $150,000 to support the publication of more arts reviews and criticism in The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Brisbane Times and WA Today.
Merrigong Theatre Company is excited to announce its 2020 MERRIGONGX Artists’ Program which consists of two shows, two development showings, four Made From Scratch events and an insight into the continued development of works from seven local artists.
Darebin’s new biannual, multi-arts festival FUSE is set to transform Darebin into a dynamic hub of creativity, with 150 events taking place from 13 – 29 March.
Sunday 16th February 2020 at 12.30 pm. Important and outstanding onsite contents auction at 251 Jasper Road McKinnon. Featuring the collection of Maurice Leong, Malvern East Victoria. A lifetime collection of rare and unique Chinese items includes vases, jade, bronzes, Cloisonné wares, scrolls, horn etc ranging from 16th century onwards. Also in this auction included: Estate of Ivy Anderson, Warragul, Estate of Helen Halpin, Brighton East, Estate of Dr. Barrie Noel Margetts, Black Rock.
The Adelaide Fringe begins its 60th year with new offerings, including comedians on Kangaroo Island and a doco featuring some of the nation’s best-known performers.
Critically acclaimed Portuguese singer, songwriter and composer, Luísa Sobral is finally making her way to Australian shores this March. Celebrating the release of her revered fifth studio album Rosa, Sobral will play the beloved WOMADelaide Festival as well as a run of headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney.
Taking over Melbourne’s Capitol Theatre for a one-day-only short film festival, Shorts Relief: Flicks for the Fires is the independent film industry sector’s response to Australia’s current bushfire crisis. The event will consist of short film and web series screenings, industry panellists and special guest speakers. Screening on Sunday 8 March from 2pm – 8pm, all profits from the event will be directly donated to Wildlife Victoria and the Victorian Bushfire Appeal.
Melbourne's Arts Industry once again converges at the iconic Comedy Theatre to celebrate and applaud the accomplishments of its talented community at The 37th Annual Green Room Awards. #GRA2020 #GreenRoomAwards
Amanda Palmer is a cultural icon: whether you love her music, her TED Talk, her book, or her community of creatives. While she tours 'There Will Be No Intermission', join the Ukulele Dream Girl & her Coin-Operated Band to reflect on all the music, mayhem and madness that has made AFP and inspired generations of art makers to come.
During the 2020 Adelaide Fringe Festival the local Cabaret and Community Artist Phi Theodoros will be taking her highly successful debut show Who is the Ukulele Dream Girl? on a Diamond Adelaide Fringe Tour. As the Ukulele Dream Girl, Theodoros will take her audiences on a journey of reflection, self-empowerment, and challenging stigmas and stereotypes across four venues as part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Following on from the successful 'Red Carpet Women' series last year, Chatswood Chase Sydney will celebrate Australian men of the stage and screen with 'Red Carpet Men'.
Attention fans of queer comedy! Get your diaries out because pocket rocket comedian, Zoë Sitas, is coming Adelaide Fringe this February! @adlfringe #adelaidefringe #rhinoroom #queercomedy #queer #nonbinary #southafrican #cyprus #endometriosis
KAPOW! is what happens when a cabaret clown and an improv master (with a shared passion for cats) spend waaaaaaay too much time together. Honed, sharpened, and rolled in glitter at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe this is the second MICF outing for Melbourne’s most-loved comedy-couple.
Zealot is a demented excavation of all the ways God is explained to us. From Santa-based existentialism to Bible camp, and a latter-day detour into Tarot, one-time true believer Ange Lavoipierre charts the course from 10-year-old evangelist to fully-fledged heathen.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales presents ARTEXPRESS 2020, showcasing outstanding works of art created by NSW students for the Higher School Certificate (HSC) Visual Arts examination in 2019.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival in association with HOTA Home of the Arts & ABC Music are thrilled to announce Deadly Hearts: A celebration of Australian Indigenous music featuring Thelma Plum, Baker Boy, Tia Gostelow and Aodhan, will be performing at Adelaide Festival Centre’s Festival Theatre on Sunday, June 7.
Ultra Early Bird Tickets are now on sale. 5th - 9th (midnight) February only. XR:WA is a major conference and public exhibition devoted to the immersive world of VR, AR, computer games and associated areas. It is a major gathering place for those working locally, nationally and internationally in immersive and digital screen-based forms across art, entertainment, education and training, science and research and industry and enterprise. XR:WA provides a bridge to explore new ways of storytelling, technology, networks and business structures for those working in traditional forms of the screen industry.