To My Younger Self brings you along for the ride as we take the letters of strangers written to their past selves and dive into the innocence of youth.
Hot on the heels of the launch of a ‘virtual’ online Coffs Harbour Regional Museum experience, the Regional Gallery is now inviting art-lovers from anywhere in the world to enjoy its very first 3D Virtual Tour of its current exhibitions.
Boroondara Arts’ final exhibition for 2020 is A Family Album. Through painting, photography, textiles and video works, the featured artists illustrate the myriad experiences that bring families together and pull them apart, creating a collage of contemporary Australian communities. This is particularly poignant in a year the coronavirus pandemic has tested the very fabric of our society. Saturday 31 October – Sunday 13 December 2020 at Town Hall Gallery and online at boroondara.vic.gov.au/arts
Local makers craft and design Makers Market, featuring jewellery, ceramics, textiles, fashion and homewares made by local makers.
Melbourne based Artists may be feeling they are living in a snow globe under the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions. Melbourne artist Lisa Sewards has taken this into her new body of work that hints of this whimsical object and has created both etchings and sculptures that are both abstract reflections of place and time as well as paying homage to previous bodies of works.
Earlie Hudnall, Jr., has provided a window to the vibrant communities of color in Houston for 40 years. These neighborhoods have changed, but because of Earlie's dedication to this work, we are fortunate to have these documents of Houston's inner city, that mirror so many cities of America. PDNB Gallery is devoting its gallery space and website to Earlie Hudnall, one of our most treasured artists that has been with the gallery since 1997. This exhibition will feature new work, as well as older images from his career that have not been seen in the gallery since the 1990’s. The gallery is open by appointment only during normal business hours. Masks are required for safety.
State Theatre Company South Australia will end the year on a high with an extended season of the comedy smash Ripcord, starring Australian stage legend Nancye Hayes and Adelaide’s favourite leading man, Nathan Page (Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries and The 39 Steps) under the direction of Artistic Director Mitchell Butel.
VicHealth’s latest grant round, Reimagining Health: A VicHealth Partnership Grant, launches Wednesday 16 September.
For the first time, legendary children’s entertainer Peter Combe OAM will perform all of his best songs in the one magical live performance at the stunning Her Majesty’s Theatre.
The Copyright Agency today announced, in conjunction with UNSW Galleries, that due to the ongoing restrictions surrounding COVID-19, the 2020 John Fries Award winner announcement and exhibition will be postponed until 2021 to ensure a safe and inclusive platform for finalists and audiences. The winner will be announced at the opening event on 13 March 2021 with the exhibition open to the public until 17 April 2021.
We are past the halfway mark of round three of Permission To Shine for our next three sections: Jazz/Blues, Country and Original Composition (any style). Entries close Wednesday 30 September at 11.59pm AEST. @PermissionToShineOnline @playitforwardoz #singingcompetition
Seed Stitch Contemporary Textile Award 2020 presents contemporary textiles, exploring themes ranging from artificial intelligence, to the environment and the current pandemic.
FUSE Glass Prize 2020 is a non-acquisitive biennial prize for outstanding Australian and New Zealand glass artists.
This festival creates the opportunity for the whole community to engage with craft, experience the benefits of making, and purchase local handmade work.
Listen to the dramatization of W. A. Mozart's letters and an excerpt from the will of T. F. Closset with electronic music originally composed for this audio drama.
The Lester Prize is celebrating its fourteenth anniversary in 2020 and its fifth year at the Art Gallery of WA. The Lester Prize is one of the nation’s most recognised and prestigious fine art prizes. The prize pool available to professional, emerging and young artists is now worth almost $85,000, including the main prize of $50,000. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #myagwamoment @thelesterprize #thelesterprize
Bankstown Arts Centre is thrilled to announce the inaugural Bankstown Biennale in 2020.
Australian dance company Lingalayam presents a selection of items conceived on the Pancha Nadais, directed by legendary guru – dancer, choreographer, and teacher – Anandavalli. Pancha (meaning five) and Nadais (meaning rhythmic syllables)
THE FESTIVAL YOU KNOW AND LOVE RETURNS IN THE 2020 SPRING SCHOOL HOLIDAYS WITH EVEN MORE EXCITEMENT AND ADVENTURE!
Currumbin on the Gold Coast will again become a hotspot of cultural celebration when the annual sculpture festival hits its beaches this week.