What remains when memory is lost? That’s one of the central questions posed by Joseph Sherman’s one man and one musician play which explores the mystery, vulnerability and the neuroscience of memory. @kadimahmelbourne #kadimahmelbourne
Modelling Indigo Slam with Smart Design Studio
Brought to you by the makers of Improvised Potter and Improvised Shakespeare, we present to you - Improvised Jane Austen! Every show is a completely new adventure in the style of Jane Austen – all made up on the spot! Expect to find headstrong heroines, scurrilous cads, and maybe even a country ball…
Playing at The Comedy Festival at Malthouse, the DIY masters of puppetry and theatrical wizardry, Bunk Puppets, present a jaunty new adventure featuring two men, hundreds of boxes, and limitless fun. #BunkPuppets #Bunkasaurus #MICF
Presenting live acts each week in the South East of Melbourne, Monash University’s new state-of-the-art live music house, The Count's, today announce their Autumn Series. With 26 live performances across Wednesdays & Thursday nights, as well as some of Melbourne's finest DJs on Fridays from 4 pm - 7 pm, The Count’s Autumn program has a multigenerational appeal, covering genres from jazz, afro-beat, RnB, blues to French gypsy jazz and more.
Another variety show raving about its diverse lineup of excellent burlesque, cabaret, comedy and drag artists; each bringing to the table their own personal style and exquisite talents to entice our audiences.
For this special event only we have an extensive rotating cast of 19 (yup, 19!!!) of the finest variety performers Melbourne has to offer, so come both nights to witness a completely new show!
NOTE: . Due to COVID-19, our current exhibition as ended early! "Agatha Gothe-Snape: The Outcome is Certain" is the first large scale exhibition to survey the work of Sydney-based artist Agatha Gothe-Snape, at Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA).
Looking for a Fringe show that isn’t filled with content that would make your grandma blush? Marcel Blanch- de Wilt is serving it up.
Global hit Broadway musical COME FROM AWAY announces eagerly awaited Sydney season
Presented as part of the Sustainable Living Festival, Melbourne Playback Theatre Company in collaboration with Climate For Change are hosting an evening of conversation and performance - sharing stories, knowledge, and empowering action.
Melbourne multi-instrumentalists The Letter String Quartet are thrilled to finally reveal their long-awaited debut album All The Stories, and drop a new track ‘Days Of Thought’. Featuring previous singles ‘All The Stories’ and ‘Momento Mori’, the LP showcases the quartet’s intricate beauty, diverse creativity, and pure, seasoned musicianship. New single ‘Days Of Thought’, out Friday 31 January, takes the outfit’s renowned contemporary-meets-classical feel and weaves hypnotic repetition and dark, brooding undertones together in a melancholic yet soothing refrain of great beauty.
The 9th annual Transitions Film Festival returns to Cinema Nova this February with another inspiring line-up of world-changing films. Presenting local and international documentaries aimed at showcasing solutions to society’s greatest challenges, and empowering audiences to build a better world, the films in this year's program cover a broad range of meaningful themes including: the climate crisis, resilience, social and technological innovation, health and wellness, and the mind-blowing advancements in artificial intelligence. The Transitions Film Festival runs from the 20th of February until the 6th of March at Cinema Nova, Loop Project Space & Bar and venues in Brunswick and St. Kilda.Full program available online at: https://www.transitionsfilmfestival.com/melbourne-program-2020/
What do The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian Museum and the White House have in common? On the walls of each, one will find more than two dozen magnificent picture frames crafted at the workshops of Eli Wilner & Company, Master Framers.
For the First Peoples of Australia, who have inhabited this country for over 60,000 years, and for those more recently arrived, our relationship with the Australian landscape is defined by both a deep cultural belonging and a history of conflict and displacement.
Adelaide Festival Centre’s Adelaide Guitar Festival 2020 (July 1 to August 9) is announcing two outstanding Festival Theatre shows on sale tomorrow.
My Mother’s Keeper will feature a film and a series of new photographs produced as a result of a collaboration between the artist Karla Dickens and writer Bruce Pascoe. Initiated by the Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation, the work focusses on the urgent need for us to protect and conserve the land and our environment. This important new body of work will be shown at Linden New Art for the first time.
Callout to Artists, submissions wanted for Art show Theme is Love. Submit work to @tapgallery by 8th feb. $25 fee per artwork. Show 'Be My Valentine' runs 8feb to 16feb tapgallery 259 riley st surryhills ctc Lesley for more info.
Exhibition Dates: February 22 – March 14, 2020. Artist Talk with Janet Dey: Saturday, February 22, 4pm. Public Reception: Saturday, February 22, 2 – 5pm. The gallery is pleased to present an exhibition in the Reading Room of work by Janet Dey featuring her series entitled “Magic”. The exhibition is on in conjunction with “Illusions: The Art of Magic” on display at the Art Gallery of Ontario from February 22 – May 18, 2020.
Exhibition Dates: February 22 – March 21, 2020. Guided Tour of the Exhibition with Robert Gurbo, Curator of the André Kertész Estate: Saturday, February 22, 3pm. Public Reception: Saturday, February 22, 2 – 5pm. The gallery is pleased to present “A Life in Photographs”, our eighth solo exhibition of work by Kertész Andor (André Kertész) (b. 1894, Budapest, Hungary; d. 1985 New York, USA). This survey traces a career seen through his photographs made over 70 years.
Art Aviso in collaboration with fortyfivedownstairs present 1.5 Degrees in February 2020 as part of the Sustainable Living Festival 2020