Debra Luccio's exhibition, Dancing from the Dark, Looking for the Light, offers an exciting new series of monotypes, drypoints and etchings.
Sydney, Australia: Hazelhurst Arts Centre tonight announced Robert Ewing as the winner of the Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2019 for his work entitled Chaos and Consequence, October 2017. Robert who is from Pinjarra in Western Australia has been awarded $15,000.
Company of Rogues are transferring their hit Sydney Fringe show 'Gravity Guts' into the new FringeHQ theatre hub this October 9-19 in an exciting double bill with the world premiere of Peter Maple’s poignant Ginger. Black. Brunette. Blonde.
Melbourne-based artist Julie Shiels will present a new body of photographic works in an exhibition titled Hidden Life, A Domestic Study at Linden New Art’s newly opened gallery, Linden Projects Space from Thursday 3 October until Thursday 3 November. Re-contextualising found or overlooked spaces, this photographic series turns the selfie function on a mobile phone away from the self in order to see what can be revealed about the world of objects and spaces.
So you love pastel works and you've wondered how those creative souls bring so much colour, depth and skill to their art. A trip to Redcliffe during October will respond to your curiosity, and may even inspire you to expand your artistic horizons.
A gutsy new dance theatre work from Cloé Fournier
Bad Art Night is set to be a fun-filled night of 'bad-art' making, drinks, food and music. The night will feature guided tours of David Griggs: Between Nature and Sin current exhibition and a bunch of artist-led workshops with Emma Grace, Minna Gilligan & See Make Play.
Adelaide Festival Centre’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival and centrED invite you to nominate yourself or a talented performing arts student currently in Year 10 or 11 to participate in the Class of Cabaret 2020 program.
The Hopper Prize is offering multiple individual artist grants totaling $5,000 USD awarded through an open call art competition juried by leading contemporary curators.
Same Prize. Different Face. The Black Swan Prize for Portraiture, one of the country’s richest prizes for portraiture has been renamed The Lester Prize in honour of the award’s leading patron, Richard Lester. Forty finalists from across Australia have been selected from over 400 entrants for this year's The Lester Prize. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #seethingsdifferently @thelesterprize #thelesterprize
The celebrated musical theatre actress, who recently starred in Sweeney Todd with Anthony Warlow and the sold out Victorian tour of Sunday in the Park with George, will present two performances of her debut cabaret October 2-3, 2019 at Alex Theatre in St. Kilda. @bkrunaways #heroinecabaret
THE VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MUSIC VICTORIA, LAUNCH THE SECOND INSTALMENT OF WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP PROGRAM, CULTIVATE
The Australian Ballet School’s much-loved annual showcase will fill the stages of Arts Centre Melbourne and The Concourse in Sydney this September, with a program of exquisite dance ranging from pure classical ballet through to contemporary works. Sunday 22 September, State Theatre, Arts Centre Melbourne. Friday 27 & Saturday 28 September, The Concourse, Chatswood. “…the nation’s finest young dancers” - Dance Informa
Wacom and Just Another Agency present 'The Next Level', Wacom’s annual Digital Art Publication and Exhibition featuring a range of digital artists’ work from across the globe. This project is about raising the bar, and pushing the boundaries of creativity. It’s about celebrating the passion that drives creatives. It’s about taking art and design to The Next Level.
Please join us for Allegri Ensemble’s first concert with new Musical Director, Jonathan Wallis, in Faire is the Heaven – English choral anthems to uplift and inspire on October 12 in Hobart.
Pyrmont Art Prize 2019 sponsored by TapGallery & Bendigo Bank, submit your small canvas to win prizes and gain invaluable exposure!
A brand new work from Australia's internationally acclaimed drumming ensemble
Debra Dawes / Numbulwar Artists: Lilian Joshua, Joy Wilfred, Jocelyn Wilfred
May Wilfred, Megan Wilfred, Virginia Wilfred
AGWA 40 – Celebrating the anniversary of AGWA’s 1979 Brutalist building. That Seventies Feeling…the Late Modern showcases some of the Gallery’s best works from the decade that saw the opening of AGWA’s much longed-for new Gallery. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #seethingsdifferently #AGWA40 #that70sfeeling
Still: National Still Life Award Finalist, Kelcie Bryant-Duguid will demonstrate and discuss her machine stitch technique in the Gallery.