What does it mean to “look Latino?” And who gets to decide? As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, the New York City Commission on Human Rights held a panel discussion yesterday to address the issues of colorism and discrimination within the Latinx community. Featuring Afro-Latinx speakers, the event was moderated by Brea Frank, host of Univision’s “La Gozadera.”
Charming songstress Taylah Carroll is back with another fresh slice of indie heaven, on the instantly arresting new track ‘Sometimes Good People Do Bad Things’.
Perth multi-instrumentalist Tanaya Harper returns with yet another instant earworm on the inimitable ‘Crash Pad’.
The Music Victoria Awards are back for their 15th year, and the announcement of the 2019 nominees confirms it’s been yet another huge year for the Victorian live and recording music industry.
The world’s largest celebration of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture has started in Adelaide and will feature in France next year.
This November, Belvoir will present the eagerly anticipated world premiere season of Packer & Sons by Tommy Murphy (Mark Colvin’s Kidney, Holding the Man). Directed by Belvoir Artistic Director Eamon Flack (Counting and Cracking, Life of Galileo), this is a play about power and what it does to the men who wield it.
In 1995 an informal gathering of women artists, writers and activists in Bangkok put together a feminist art exhibition, Tradisexion. Calling themselves Womanifesto, this collective went on to organize biennale events that aimed to increase women’s visibility. It was the first feminist collective of its kind in the region, seeking to strengthen links between women artists regionally and internationally. Among its many projects include art residencies held in rural Thailand and online curations in cyberspace. Archiving Womanifesto presents this history, with issues raised to be discussed in an open symposium.
The Briefs Boys Are Back After Melbourne Audiences Were Left Begging For More!
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney | Singapore is the first Australian gallery to be invited to attend the prestigious international art fair West Bund Art & Design in Shanghai on 7 – 10 November 2019.
Join us on Halloween Night Thursday, October 31st, 7-10 pm for a vintage Halloween event in the occasion of the Opening of GROTESQUE, the spooky show featuring the Italian artists Nico Mingozzi and Enrico Pambianchi.
Coinciding with the opening of the Geelong Arts Centre's ambitious $38.5m Ryrie Street Redevelopment, and presented in partnership with Deakin University, Reflex - The Future of Our Creative Community explores the interconnectivity between artist, infrastructure and community partnership to promote and encourage excellence, innovation and cultural leadership within the creative industries.
It’s dark down there… An intoxicating and mysterious play about memory, desire and depravity in the spirit of Twin Peaks and Stranger Things. Perth’s most exciting performance makers Side Pony Productions and The Last Great Hunt have come together for the first time to create a deeply unsettling theatre experience, to satisfy for those ‘between season’ cravings. Nominated for best play in the 2018 Helpmann Awards, The Irresistible will play 7 November to 9 November at Geelong Arts Centre, following sold out seasons at Dark Mofo and the Sydney Opera House.
Throughout October, we're giving up something we can't live without in support of refugees or newcomers who come to BC and give up all that they have.
World-class contemporary music, theatre, dance, film, literature and visual art from across Asia and beyond will be showcased at Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival 2019 from today until November 3. @ozasiafestival #ozasiafestival
On Friday November 1, Gallery Elysium in Hawthorn, Melbourne, celebrates its official opening with an inaugural exhibition of paintings by Emily Kame Kngwarreye and other celebrated indigenous artists, including Kuddtji Kngwarreye. Minnie Pwerle. Molly Pwerle. Galya Pwerle Emily Pwerle , Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Walala Tjapaltjarri , Johnny Warangula Tjupurrula, Mick Namerari and Barbara Weir. @galleryelysium #galleryelysium
The Big HOO-HAA! is Melbourne's longest-running and best-loved weekly impro comedy show. And now, you can watch this team of high energy improv comedians two times a week. @hoohaamelbourne #hoohaamelbourne
“You can no more win a war than you can win an earthquake.” - Jeannette Rankin Since 1991, Melbourne’s much lauded Women’s Circus has created over 30 original works combining contemporary circus, theatre and music, every three years staging a highly anticipated large scale production. In 2016, during their 25th Anniversary, they received rave reviews and sold out houses for their season of 'The Penelopiad', and 2019 sees them create and present another exciting and ambitious work for Melbourne audiences, 'The Drill'. #WomensCircus #TheDrillWC
Parisian punk/pop outfit Nouvelle Vague will bring their unique blend of ‘French noir’ when they return to Adelaide by popular demand on January 10 as part of their 15th anniversary tour. Tickets on sale now. @FestivalCentre #FestivalCentre @AdelaideFesCent #AdelaideFesCent
Taking place over 8 days from 20–27 October, the 23rd annual Darebin Music Feast will encompass 85 events across 20 different venues, thoughtfully curated to showcase a swathe of artists and musicians who represent and reflect the rich and culturally diverse community of Darebin. “I’m so thrilled with what’s on offer in 2019,” says Mayor Rennie. “This year’s program is bold, rich and enticing, and continues the focus on diversity, collaboration and celebration that Darebin Music Feast has become known for.”
Ceramics by former and current students and staff celebrates artistic expression in clay - something we have been doing here at TAFE for 50 years.