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Madeleine Joy Dawes | all / most / some / none

BY fortyfivedownstairs | 27-Feb-2021
Madeleine Joy Dawes

Utilizing a system whereby the ruled grid becomes the vessel for a lexicon of hand-drawn symbols, the principal theme in Madeleine Joy Dawes’ work is the utilization of iterative mark making as a temporal site to record measured and psychological time.

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Lisa Sewards | SHORT STORIES

BY fortyfivedownstairs | 27-Feb-2021
Lisa Sewards | SHORT STORIES

“The intersection of art and literature, and the ways in which both invigorate each other” is the perfect sentiment to describe Lisa Sewards’ new body of work entitled SHORT STORIES.

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TRA COLOR CHE SONO SOSPESI

BY Luisa Catucci Gallery | 26-Feb-2021
TRA COLOR CHE SONO SOSPESI

Exhibition with the support of Stiftung Kunstfonds. In the frame of the program NEUSTART KULTUR.


In TRA COLOR CHE SONO SOSPESI we propose a dialog between the latest series of works by the meta-photographer Aqua Aura - presenting his dystopic views of a post-nature post-humanity future, where the feeling of void wait seems to be all what’s left; and a selection of works by Lidó Rico referring to the fear of the void created by the lack of survival of the knowledge acquired in life, when confronted to the inexorable flowing of time.

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A Stone’s Throw

BY Cross Encounters | 26-Feb-2021
A Stones Throw

A Stone’s Throw @ADLfringe @crossencountersau is the first ever physical theatre piece combining Chinese and Australian performers under a Chinese director, with distinctive improvised and composed music featuring Chinese and Western elements. Upon its debut at Melbourne Fringe 2020, it was chosen to be part of the Festival Hub live streaming program. In response to audience interest, it will make its premiere Adelaide Fringe appearance on March 11.

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Encountering A New Normal

BY Sofia Castro | 21-Feb-2021
Encountering A New Normal

'Encountering A New Normal’ is an online exhibition showcasing the work of Neurodiverse Artists who experience misogyny or trans misogyny.

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Be Part of a World Premiere. ECOTORIO … Singing out about climate change!

BY CarolineK | 19-Feb-2021
Be Part of a World Premiere. ECOTORIO

Announcing the World Premiere of a ground breaking new massed choral work addressing climate change to be recorded and released virtually. Play It Forward, the innovative, inclusive and inspiring Australian arts charity is excited to invite singers from around the globe to unite their voices to sing out about climate change in the creation of a historic virtual music video recording of the World Premiere of ECOTORIO! Newly commissioned by Play It Forward, ECOTORIO is a ground breaking massed choral work that will address many of the climate change disasters that have been occurring around the world, composed by award winning Founding Artistic Director Dr Jonathon Welch AM in collaboration with Dave Newington, former International Tour Conductor of the global singing sensations ‘The TEN Tenors’.

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QV Melbourne is thrilled to welcome The Year of the Ox with Lunar New Year celebrations including a 50m2 interactive mural from Chinese-Australian artist Mark Chu, a new exhibition of his work at No Vacancy gallery, custom made Oxen lanterns, themed food

BY Fuller PR | 18-Feb-2021
QV Melbourne is thrilled to welcome

QV Melbourne is at the heart of the city’s festivities, honouring traditions of generosity and celebrating The Year of the Ox. Melbourne born painter Mark Chu has his work exhibited everywhere from Shanghai to Amsterdam to NYC and has appeared in the New York Times. “Lunar New Year is one of the most special events on the calendar, because it shows that something as fixed as the start of the year can be interpreted differently by different cultures. The fact that it’s celebrated across the world tells us how far we’ve come as a multicultural global community, and I think that’s wonderful,” says Mark. The Chinese community has been a strong part of Melbourne’s cultural fabric for over 160 years, making the Lunar New Year particularly significant to Melbourne, while other Asian cultures from Vietnamese to Korean also celebrate the new lunar year.

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The Chelsea International Photography Competition 2020-2021

BY Carolina Carilo | 16-Feb-2021
The Chelsea International Photography Competition 2020-2021

The Chelsea International Photography Competition (CIPC) celebrates gifted, notable, and fresh talents in the world of photography. Professional and amateur photographers, at any stage of their careers, are invited to participate in the competition to be discovered and promoted professionally in the heart of New York’s art district.

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