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BY Laura Kelly | 03-Jun-2019

Gomthi Suresh, originally from India, is a TAFE NSW Hornsby Advanced Diploma of Ceramics student who has just set up her own gallery in India. Under the guidance of TAFE NSW Hornsby Ceramics teachers, Ms Suresh has learnt all the skills required to plan an exhibition to promote her work.

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Sydney Premiere of TREVOR at KXT this June

BY Kabuku Public Relations | 30-May-2019
Sydney Premiere of TREVOR at KXT

Sydney Theatre Award winning Outhouse Theatre Company brings the hilarious and touching play, Trevor by Orange is the New Black and GLOW writer Nick Jones, to the KXT stage in June.

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NAVA Chair welcomes new board members

BY NAVA | 29-May-2019
NAVA Chair welcomes new board members

Chair of the NAVA Board James Emmett today welcomes Genevieve Grieves and Wesley Enoch to the board of the organisation leading policy, advocacy and action for a contemporary arts sector that’s ambitious and fair.

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BY Aidan Mc Laughlin | 29-May-2019

The Royal Opera House 2018/19 Live Cinema Season will exclusively present critically acclaimed French composer Charles-François Gounod’s most famous opera – Faust (8, 9 and 12 June 2019) in 20 Event Cinemas and 7 Village Cinemas locations nationally.

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The Emergence of New Media Writing

BY Sarah Cupitt | 28-May-2019
The Emergence of New Media Writing

The interactive web documentary ‘Welcome to Pine Point’ provides a sense of social reality to exchange ideas through a new textual form. If we consider writing as part of a dynamic ‘ecosystem’, what new possibilities does writing in a digitally networked environment open up?

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Melbourne Modern: European art & design at RMIT since 1945

BY RMIT Gallery | 28-May-2019
European art and design at RMIT since 1945

In the wake of World War II hundreds of exiled and displaced European artists, architects and designers arrived in Melbourne and sought employment with RMIT. Melbourne Modern traces a legacy of European influence through successive generations of RMIT teachers and students to the present day.

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Big Al’s Game Show “The Gap” begins development shows 

BY Jason Chong | 24-May-2019
Big Als Game Show - The Gap

More than 20 years after “Wheel Of Fortune” wrapped filming here, The Black Box Experiment is bringing game shows back to Adelaide. For the month of June, one of Adelaide’s most adored comedians Big Al will host “The Gap” - a game show that fits big laughs into tiny spaces. Each week 2 contestants will be pitted against each other as they try and get inside the mind of a panel of personalities. The are no right answers - in this game only the funniest survive! If you like “Blankety Blanks” and “Cards Against Humanity” you’ll love The Gap.

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JULIAN LAFFAN – 'Illuminated Artefacts' @ Beaver Galleries - 30 May - 16 June

BY Beaver Galleries | 24-May-2019

A new exhibition by Braidwood artist @Julian Laffan. 'Illuminated Artefacts' presents works which focus on the intimacy of interiors.  Julian creates unique works by directly colouring his hand-carved woodblocks with pencil, oil and gouache.  His works are a prolonged meditation on an individual moment, carved and suspended as an image in timber and beautifully executed. Visit @beavergalleries for further information. #beavergalleries #julianlaffan #beavergalleries

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Time for slow art: new contemporary craft exhibitions prompt a slower pace to appreciate beauty

BY Craft ACT | 24-May-2019
New contemporary craft exhibitions

Craft ACT’s newest exhibitions show the infinite value of slowing down to appreciate the handmade and the layered beauty of our environment. From the time-consuming practice of tapestry by some of Australia’s most acclaimed textiles artists, to a contemporary large-scale wood block print installation, these new exhibitions showcase the value and extraordinary beauty of contemporary craft to create layers of meaning through history, connection and time.

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