WINNER of Best Comedy Weekly Award Adelaide Fringe 2019. Following her critically acclaimed 'Woman of the Year' meet Anna's four characters, old and new, each on a heroic quest to find happiness; an overly competitive vicar, a social media influencer, a mischievous granny and a retreat-running hippy. What do they all have in common? They all want to Get Happy!
The Sunny Art Prize is an international art prize hosted by Sunny Art Centre, London. This fine art competition, based in the UK, is a global platform offering art opportunities for emerging and established artists to showcase their artworks internationally. The exhibiting galleries are located in cities across the world, including London, Beijing and Shanghai. The art contest also gives the art prize-winners the opportunity to be part of a one-month artist residency. The Artist Residency Programme is organised in collaboration with established Chinese art institutions and it provides the chance to engage with historically and culturally rich places in China.
The gallery is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in North America of work by the famed German photographer, Claudia Fährenkemper (b. Castrop-Rauxel, Germany, 1959). For more than thirty years, Fährenkemper has used photography to explore the strange beauty of man-made or natural objects by isolating them in some way from their environment. She studied under Bernd and Hilla Becher at the prestigious Kunstakademie Düsseldorf from 1989 until 1995 and has since produced series in landscape, machinery, photomicroscopy, and most recently, formal portraits of 15th to 19th Century suits of armour.
Blood. Tears. Wine. Discovery. Shock. Escape. Terror. New horizons. Hope. Loss. A new musical from South Australia/Italy.
Dancer Bella Ndayikeze and Rapper Flewnt spent an amazing week at Strelley Remote Community School in the community of Warralong collaborating with students on the creation of a rap song celebrating their community.
Students and staff at CAPS Kurrawang school in the community of Kurrawang welcomed visual artists Minaxi May and Sally Stoneman into their school for a week of creative exploration.
Students is Gascoyne Junction had the opportunity to work with professional artists Matt Aitken and Bella Ndayikeze earlier this year as a part the AWESOME Arts Creative Challenge program. Students worked hard to produce their own unique artworks through process driven workshops.
Australian Premiere. Saturday 14 December, Sydney Opera House, Concert Hall, Tuesday 17 December, Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall. China National Opera and Dance Drama Theatre (CNODDT) proudly returns to Australia in December for a concert production of the classic masterpiece Chinese opera Liu Sanjie. This is the first time this stunning concert format has been presented out of China.
A glow-in-the-dark installation commenting on ideas about identity, colonialism and adventure.
Mark Chu embraces the power of fantasy, hollow ambition, and absurdity, in a series of large scale, self-portraits depicting the plural nature of who or what a person can (and cannot) be.
Students at Derby Senior High School warmly welcomed visual artists Ben Crappsley and Calvin Chee into their school community to explore the theme 'Shine'. The Derby creative Challenge was presented by Go for 2&5.
The AWESOME Arts Rockingham Creative Challenge arrived at Bungree Primary School in October with much excitement. Students worked with artists-in-residence Hannan Jones and Kero O'Shea to celebrate their school community through the theme 'Shine'.
Kicking off an exciting year of Creative Challenge, students at Hedland Senior High School explored photography and visual arts with professional Perth-based artists Martine Perret and Matt McVeigh.
Earlier this year students at Onslow Primary School had the opportunity to work with professional artists Iona McAuley and Angela Barnett through the AWESOME Arts Creative Challenge program. Students worked hard to produce their own unique artworks through process driven workshops exploring light and shadow.
Jacqueline Mifsud's brand new show for the 2020 Melbourne International Comedy Festival!
Sydney, Australia: Bankstown Arts Centre, in collaboration with Sydney Festival, presents the world premiere of Black Drop Effect, a new work by Nardi Simpson. Produced by Bankstown Arts Centre, Black Drop Effect is an immersive, multi-layered experience that draws audiences into the contested spaces of ideas and emotions inspired by, and responding to, the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook’s landing in Australia.
A fierce new production - ‘COLD WAR’, from MKA and internationally acclaimed, UK/Australian-based company Doppelgangster, will tour to Adelaide for the 2020 RCCFringe.
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The Copyright Agency has announced funding of $455,691 for 21 ground-breaking projects and six new initiatives supporting writing, reading, editing, education, publishing and the visual arts in its second and final round of grants for the year.
TAFE NSW interior design students have wowed industry guests with their expertly curated exhibition “Kaleidoscope” as part of the Design Centre Enmore graduate show.
RadioCraft is a craft auction fundraiser for 3CR Community Radio. Thursday 12th December. 15 Smith St, Fitzroy. Doors open 5.30pm to check out the beautiful craft works, enjoy a drink at our donation bar and some music and snacks. Live auction from 7pm.