Belvoir is now accepting entries for The Balnaves Foundation Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fellowship, an outstanding launching pad for new talent with a $25,000 paid residency at Belvoir.
A celebration of Aboriginal arts and culture from the Mid North Coast: the Worimi, Biripi, Dunghutti and Gumbaynggirr nations that make up the Saltwater Freshwater region.
Company of Rogues announces the departure of their Artistic Director, Goldele Rayment, who founded the Sydney-based independent theatre company in 2015. Goldele leaves to pursue her artistic practice as a teacher, dramaturg and director, and to enjoy time with family after her recent wedding to educator Aston Kwok.
Featuring circus, movement, colour and a heartwarming tale, Q Theatre presents The Ugliest Ducking, this winter school holidays from Thursday 11 – Saturday 13 July, 2019.
A personal, creative response to the symbol of Houris that’s been derived from interpretations of sacred text, Make Me A Houri is an exploration of faith and feminism by Malaysia-born playwright Emina Ashman.
Wanna learn how to improvise like a pro? Come and join us in a supportive, encouraging class where you learn impro the Hoo-Haa way, build confidence, unlock your inner creativity and strengthen your funny bone!
The Windmill Theatre Company will tour China in July before taking on the rest of the world.
After a nationwide search auditioning over 400 hopefuls, David Venn is proud to announce the Australian cast for the Broadway smash BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL. Following an extended premiere season and three Green Room Award nominations, including Best Production of a Musical, the spectacular stage show inspired by the cult classic movie of the same name, returns for an explosive national tour with a cast of 28 triple-threat actor-singer-dancers and high-flying cheerleading champions. Blasting onto stage in Melbourne next month, BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL will then premiere in Perth and Sydney in August and September. Tickets are selling fast via bringitonthemusical.com.au
Victorian comedian Elizabeth Davie will receive a 12-month mentorship and $2000 towards performing in the 2020 Adelaide Fringe after being selected as the successful recipient of this year’s Matt Tarrant Emerging Performers Grant.
Night of Sultry Rhythm and Melodies With The Metropolitan Orchestra
The Metropolitan Orchestra’s passion fuelled July 6th performance features Tchaikovsky’s masterful Serenade for Strings followed by a sensual and sultry world-premiere performance from Australian composer Daniel Rojas. Led by Artistic Director and Chief Conductor Sarah-Grace Williams, this concert will have you swaying in your seat. #Tchaikovsky #Piazzolla #Danielrojas #TMORussianConcert #Serenade #orchestra #piano #russianconcert #pianoconcert
Blackrock: An Australian Classic for a 2019 Audience. In a time where it’s become far too common to hear of another Woman Murdered in a public place and where Male fragility is so week a Gillette commercial about Toxic masculinity can grind some gears, Nick Enright’s 1995 Blackrock is just as relevant as ever. Featuring a cast of Young Emerging Artists, including current Helpmann Nominee Luisa Scrofani.
@beavergalleries presents new #paintings by Crispin Akerman. Opening 6pm Thursday 20 June, runs until 7 July. His paintings explore their intimate nature in a non-specific location. The elements of this genre that Crispin finds so interesting are "the contemplative potential in it, the suggestion of the kinetic in the static, the metaphysical promise present in the very words, still life”. The use of colour to achieve mood and harmony has been a particular focus in this exhibition.
Support from the MGA Foundation and Sotheby’s Australia brings the prize pool for the 2019 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize to a total of $35,000 – an exciting prospect for Australian artists working with the medium of photography.
Q Theatre has built a table, a long table, and over three months, three artists will each curate a month’s worth of activities around the Long Table – in The Joan’s Atrium Foyer - for the public to enjoy.
iPRECIATION is proud to present a solo exhibition by Han Sai Por 韩少芙, titled Dance with the Wind「隨風起舞」. This exhibition will feature Han’s latest series of acrylic paintings and sculptures.
The latest exhibition at Hawthorn’s Town Hall Gallery For Love or Money, examines the economic structures that underpin artistic labour and how artists sustain their practices within broader capitalist systems, from Saturday 6 July – Saturday 25 August.
Box Hill Institute is proud to present The Future of Australian Hip Hop panel as part of Melbourne’s premier music conference, CHANGES. Artist, producer, mentor and educator, Syrene Favero (Creamy Spies), will moderate the panel, which will discuss the future of hip hop music and reflect on music of the past.
Dust off that top hat and slip on those silken gloves. The Big HOO-HAA! Melbourne is dressing to the nines for their ninth birthday show!
Experience an intriguing, questioning and visually rich exhibition of recent and contemporary art that provides new insights into the relationship between Australia and some of our closest neighbours.