Calling all rock ‘n’ roll aficionados, fans, musicians, venue staff and anyone that lived through the Gold Coast’s hardcore heyday!
One of Australia’s richest photography awards is closing soon. Up to $50,000 in prizes for emerging and established photographers. Enter now.
Brisbane Festival and QUT Creative Industries presents ESKIMO JOE IN CONCERT WITH CAMERATA
Brisbane Festival and QUT Creative Industries presents HARRY JAMES ANGUS.
Brisbane Festival and QUT Creative Industries presents THE TESKEY BROTHERS
Brisbane Festival and QUT Creative Industries presents SARAH BLASKO.
Just Another creates a visual and visceral experience through artists and events, while Wacom's vision brings people and technology closer together through natural interface technologies.This exciting exhibition and publication launch, which is now in its third year, features the talented winners of 'The Next Level' Instagram competition alongside six elite feature artists, whose designs are created using various Wacom tools.
MGA, on behalf of the MGA Foundation, is thrilled to announce the shortlisted finalists for the 2018 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize. The Bowness Photography Prize creates a snapshot of contemporary photographic practice in Australia and continues to showcase excellence in photography, this year’s selection is no exception! The judging panel, Dr Michael Brand, Director of AGNSW, artist Dr David Rosetzky and Anouska Phizacklea, Director of MGA, made the selection from an incredibly strong field of entrants that reflected the diversity and depth of photographic practice in Australia.
Join us for a conversation focusing on six Sydney women’s passion for textiles.
Culture Scouts and Australian Design Centre partner to offer you a tour of Surry Hills and Darlinghurst in conjunction with the exhibition Urban Decay: Joshua Smith
As part of Wacom’s 2018 ‘The Next Level’ competition, Josh Moy from Hunters Hill, NSW, is one of five WATCs winners – chosen from a pool of more than 3,800 entries worldwide. Studying Concept Art at the Design Centre in Enmore, Josh envisages a long-term career down the path of working in film or games as a Concept Artist, 3D Modeller and Texturing Artist.
Capturing the beauty, dynamics and sensuality of air in our built environment and its critical role in designing for a zero carbon future, Dynamics of Air features specially commissioned works that explore radical innovations for creative sustainability.
The National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) Nationwide Audition Search Monday 24 September - Friday 5 October Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane & Melbourne. Audition applications close Friday 24 August
Print Council of Australia curates PAPER CONTEMPORARY and Booth P07 at this year's SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY International Art Fair will showcase the solar plate etchings of Melbourne Printmakers Trudy Rice and Lisa Sewards. Both artists have diversified their printmaking techniques from the traditional acid etchings process to using non-toxic solar plates. Their practice illustrates traditional intaglio and although the works created by both artists are parallel in their creation, the results in this medium are distinctly diverse and multifaceted.
An unconventional artist, Gunybi Ganambarr, from the remote community of Gan Gan in East Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory has won the overall prize - the prestigious Telstra Art Award - at the 2018 Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA).
Hosa Belaku in Kannada language means New Dawn. Three trained income generating groups of remote rural women including those with disabilities earning a livelihood through hand crafts. #nirmalthomas #Sashisivramkrishna #NewDawn
A buffet of three improv teams doing three different formats! Featuring an improvised rom com, funeral and rap musical!
Sydney’s leading festival for cult and underground film, the Sydney Underground Film Festival (SUFF) is back for another year! From 13th to 16th September SUFF will once again blow Sydney's mind with its most diverse and whacked out line-up to date. The festival will be packed with wild, head-spinning feature films, killer music documentaries, tributes to unsung cinematic heroes and a tonne of unforgettable shorts. Plus, a brand new program of dedicated filmmaking workshops and the inaugural Inhuman Screens conference.
Fresh off a sold-out run and Critics’ Choice Award winner at the Orlando Fringe Festival in 2018, F*ckboys the Musical will make its international debut at this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival 18-23 September.
Australia’s hardest hitting Hammond Organ trio Cookin’ On 3 Burners are cracking the lid on their latest dance jam ‘Warning’ featuring the killer vocals of rising talent Kaiit. The time travellin’ purveyors of mid-60s soul, ‘70s funk and dirty breaks have been conquering the world with their infectious grooves for over two decades now and like a matured fine wine, their rich oaky tones have hit prime intensity. Slated for release Friday 10 August ‘Warning’ is the first single to come from Cookin’ On 3 Burners’ forthcoming album Lab Experiments Vol. 2 the sequel release to 2017’s Lab Experiments Vol. 1: Mixin’.