From the producers that brought you the sold out show MATADOR, comes the second installment of this trilogy of love. #MansionHorror @Mansion_the_experience
#Submit Art GroupShow @TapGallery #Submission #deadline 28oct #Exhibit 28oct-3nov #Call to #Artists $25 entryfee per #Artwork any theme & any medium
This October marks the 35th anniversary of the last group of Aboriginal people to come out of the deserts of Central Australia and make contact with non Aboriginal Australia. The group, becoming known as the Pintubi Nine, were the last group of Aboriginal Australians living a completely traditional existence. @mitchellfineartgallery
Help is definitely on its way with this heart-warming, yet poignant concert, on Sunday November 24th at 3pm in the beautiful, iconic Bunjil Place. Presented by inclusive arts organisation Play It Forward and Voices of Casey, both very active participants in Casey’s local arts landscape, this concert engages the community in the arts and fosters the dialogue around family violence and positive mental health, particularly for males.
From the 29 October to 27 November 2019, the works of 18 dedicated Emerald Hill Art Group members will be on display at Carlisle Street Art Space, as the group celebrates 35 artistic years.
Justin Ractliffe, formerly Managing Director of Hachette Australia and now Publishing Director Penguin Random House Australia, will share the findings from his Copyright Agency Publisher Fellowship report, Instinct, Input and Insight: Reader-centricity in Publishing, at a publishing industry event on 4 December.
'Sublime Sea: Rapture and Reality' is a spectacular, immersive exhibition about the power of the sea in human imagination at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery from 14 December- 23 February.
Students at TAFE NSW Meadowbank have the privilege of being taught by award-winning and legendary Sydney printmaker Rew Hanks, who has just taken out first prize in the prestigious Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award 2019.
The months long unrest in Hong Kong came with a huge amount of cultural output, among which is an anthem created to lift to protestors spirits during their fight.
Talking about death in public brings bad luck is a Chinese traditional superstition. However, people in Hong Kong are starting to realise the importance to discuss death with others in society.
Expensive streetwear has surged in popularity among young people in Hong Kong.
Four authors and two visual artists have been awarded a total of $80,000 from the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund through its Create Grants program. The grants provide vital support to mid-career writers and visual artists to create and develop new work.
Following hit seasons across Australia, the provocative, laugh-out-loud Aussie rom-com Black Is The New White will finally come to State Theatre Company South Australia in November, with renowned actor and recent AACTA Award nominee Miranda Tapsell leading an all-star cast.
In January 2020, the Young Australian Broadway Chorus (YABC) will produce a brand new production of one of the world’s most popular musicals, CATS. #catsmusicalmelbourne
Running at Theatre Works this November, People Suck is an irreverent, hilarious and all-too-relatable musical comedy exploring the many ways in which people are just THE WORST. #PeopleSuckTW #TheatreWorks
One of Asia-Pacific’s leading contemporary art galleries, Sullivan+Strumpf is pleased to announce The Distance Between Us – a new solo exhibition by multidisciplinary Sydney artist Tim Silver, opening at its Sydney gallery on 26 October – 16 November 2019.
In this competitive and vibrant city, the tens of thousand of foreign domestic workers behind the scenes are often not seen or heard. Facing both economic pressure from home and the local stereotype that they are not competent enough for intellectual tasks, some have turned to creative writing as their emotional outlet, resulting in poignant and unique stories of love, suffering, and perseverance.
PACT Centre for Emerging Artists will present PACT Salon: RIOT!, a night of transformative realisation and revolution, on 9th November.
TAFE NSW Enmore presents a spectacular end of year production featuring costume, puppetry and dance.
Pictures & Words enquires into the individualism of artistic production through explorations of origins, meanings, and relationships between common literary and pictorial tropes. It seeks to land on the dark side of the imagination, prying into perspectives of identity and the subconscious through links between body and mind. Idiosyncrasies are acknowledged as driving forces in the telling of fragmented narratives, they are celebrated in the exhibition as conduits which allow one to traverse the frontier of the personal and the public. Arranged as a meeting of the personal within collective views, the second chapter of Pictures & Words extends from the first to deepen its contextual relationships with Melbourne and Vilnius.