Founding Artistic Director Dr Jonathon Welch AM invites you to join us for an unforgettable weekend of musical experiences! 'Early Bird' registrations open, until March 26, for Australia's most exciting Singers Festival for all school & community choirs and individual singers, now in its 11th consecutive year with an even bigger and more diverse program over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend, 3 – 8 June 2020. We can’t wait to see you in June for this unique celebration of the voice and singing! @MelbSingersFest @playitforwardoz
Part Dance Moms, part Hunger Games, and drawing parallels with the Netflix hit Cheer, Dance Nation is set to be one of the highlights of Adelaide Festival.
The MC Showroom, AWE Alliance and Homegrown Australian Musicals are proud to join forces to present Dolly Diamond’s Piano Bar Party - SWEET RELIEF at The MC Showroom in Prahran on Monday 3 February.
After winning Best Solo Show and getting a nomination for Best Comedy at Fringe at the Edge of the World Hobart, Isabella is back at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with a brand new hour of sparkling stand up, storytelling and songs. She's been directed by Declan Fay (Ronnie Chieng: International Student), she's been a member of comedy cult troupes 'The Big HOO-HAA!' and 'Impromptunes,' and now you can see her live and solo in April.
Join Jimmy Giggle and his Owl Pals for a hootastic adventure!
Catherine McClintock has always done the right thing. She’s even been called tragically responsible. In her swanky new stand-up show, Please and Thank Yous, she rejects those expectations and joyfully serves up some sh!t - metaphorically, not scatologically
Sweet Spot is a collection of stencil symbols and the marks that they make. In this work, Julie Paterson cross pollinates her multidimensional practice as a designer, painter and printmaker. The collection of symbols, originally part of landscape paintings, create a library of shapes that leap from the canvas.
The NUVO Suites Hotel, committed to the promotion of art in the community and in partnership with Fundacion Artitstas Unidos , is proud to present the exhibition of the artist Aguasanta Erminy.
Ciouxe (pronounced Sue) is the woman of Australia, a beacon of success and style. This is an epic tale of friendship, fashion and Fisting. 2 Shows only! 14-15th of Feb, The Butterfly Club
A model from London, a divorcee from Brooklyn, a Safari tour guide from Cape Town and a Russian with no safe word walk into a bar. Emma Algeri morphs between 5 international characters until she takes her ultimate form, Svetlana. All in a bid to win a bartender's..uh..heart. Featuring original music and live improvisation by Isaac Mouskovias and Emma Algeri.
Honey Ant Gallery is honoured to present recent works by the immensely talented artists of Papunya Tjupi Arts.
This work explores the duality of the naked and the nude. It questions perceptions of masculinity as a way to examine each other’s body image and identity behind its garmented veil
After multiple, sellout, award winning seasons in Wellington and Dunedin, HarleQueen is jumping across the ditch and hitting Adelaide, baby! In her international solo debut, Abby Howells takes to the stage with her hilarious, confessional, story-telling bonanza, directed by the acclaimed Anya Tate-Manning (My Best Dead Friend).
All the fabulous ‘Play It Forward’ choirs will be in full swing rehearsing in the next two weeks for 2020. You’re invited to join the fun. Play It Forward provides a unique range of tailored inclusive arts programs, events and projects for all Australians. Check out if there’s a choir near you. @playitforwardoz
Adelaide Festival Centre is celebrating Chinese New Year in style with a chamber music concert and international theatre performance among the inspiring experiences in store for audiences.
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney is proud to present Transmission – an ambitious new solo exhibition by Australian artist Ry David Bradley of 21st century digital paintings on 15 February – 7 March 2020.
Seventy shows have been added to the Festival's 2020 program ahead of the full program announcement in late February.
Internationally renowned and culturally iconic, Swiss curator Hans Ulrich Obrist is a figure whose vast body of work and idiosyncratic practices have energised generations of artists, designers, architects and thinkers across disciplines.
After 35 at the helm of this unique organisation, Roger King announces his retirement as Managing Director of The Boîte.
Eyal Chipkiewicz is appointed to take over the leadership of the organisation.
Arts Project Australia launches the new year with Portraits of Will, opening Saturday 8 February at our Northcote gallery.