PACT's Salon series continues with Dark & Lite™
Philip Samartzis talks to artist Madelynne Cornish about the trials and tribulations of sonically documenting the Finnish winter landscape during her residency at the Serlachius Museum in Mänttä.
Internationally acclaimed sound designer and naturalist Douglas Quin [US] talks about his sound practice and what he’s up to in Australia.
Call for Applications extended until 30 April
Callout for pop up studio at ADC for the Australian Ceramics Open Studios 2019
Spend an afternoon with Stephanie and Amy from Outer Island learning to draw plants propagated from the Botanic Gardens, on loan for the afternoon from the Growing Friends Nursery.
Featuring a selection of artists exploring the dark, dreamy and distorted, 8 May at The Tote (upstairs) plays host to an evening of pop - with shadow
We are happy to announce that artists are now able to register for this years’ BERLIN MASTERS Open Call. The OPEN CALL will take place during the day on the 23rd (11:00-18:00), 24th (11:00-18:00) and 25th of May (11:00-13:00) at the Berlin Masters Foundation in Fasanenstraße 28, 10719 Berlin.
Following hugely successful revivals in London and New York, Tom Stoppard’s brilliant comedy, 'Travesties', will have a short Bloomsday season in June at fortyfivedownstairs. It has all the hallmarks of Stoppard’s style – playfully extravagant theatricality, an historical occasion, and wit. @ReJoycingMelb
Sydney's Irish Film Festival 2019 is featuring the inspiring documentary 'The Camino Voyage', as it takes the audience on a dangerous voyage from the seas of Ireland to Northern Spain.
Sydney's Irish Film Festival in 2019 is featuring the film 'A Lifetime of Stories', which depicts the personal stories of older Irish members in the Sydney community.
The Irish Film Festival 2019 in Sydney is featuring the documentary 'Unquiet Graves', which uncovers the hidden secrets surrounding an alleged British government involvement in a civilian killing in Ireland.
The 2019 Irish Film Festival is featuring the film 'Float Like a Butterfly', depicting a young girl passionate fight to become a boxing champion.
This May, The Irish Film Festival returns to Sydney and Melbourne with an award winning program, studded with gems all the way from the Emerald Isle. This year’s all-inclusive Festival is home to seven full length feature films, five documentaries and six shorts, ranging from compelling dramas, hilarious comedies and hard-hitting real life stories. @irishfilmfestau #irishfilmfestau
MILES HALL, MOSTYN BRAMLEY-MOORE and ANTHONY WHITE. This exhibition features three Antipodean painters – Miles Hall, Mostyn Bramley Moore and Anthony White. This three person exhibition presented at Le Pave D’Orsay focuses on the generational breadth and ongoing influence of gestural painting in contemporary practice. Three painters acknowledging through distinct individual approaches of action and process based painting, the weight of the history of abstraction and their ongoing contributions to gestural painting in the contemporary artworld.
Part art installation and part digital game, City / Safari will see QV Melbourne transformed from 1 May with life-sized works from Melbourne artist, Tom Ripon. www.qv.com.au
Ellie Coleman’s (b.1992) ongoing sculptural series, Lucent Creatures (2018-), at first, seem akin to treasured objects. @contemporaryartawards #art #sculpture #taxidermybirds #animalskulls #crystals #treasuredobjects #contemporaryartawards #2019highlycommended
‘Byamee is responsible for all things related to my Country; he is the creator of our fish traps and gave life to the rivers and to all the seeds of life.’ - Ralph Rogers, Baranbinja
Deilaman Gallery, for one month starting from 25th of January, was hosting the sculptures of Simin Ekrami, a sculptor with extraordinary willing to use organic forms and materials. Simin Ekrami, despite most of the sculptors, has started with geometric abstracts and then her works turned to figurative and then again back to abstract concepts.
Dreamtime, dreams, to the metaphysical vision of life
Waratah Lahy has produced a varied collection of works, all pertaining to a common interrogation of the way in which we perceive the world. In 2018, Lahy won the M16 Art Space Drawing Award and was selected as a finalist in the Grace Cossington Smith Art Award and the Splash McClelland Contemporary Watercolour Award. Her upcoming exhibtion 'hand held world' continues her extensive practice.
Over ten years, Mylyn Nguyen has developed several solo exhibitions for the Gallery that have whimsically explored childhood curiosities. Her current exhibition 'Sometimes I’m too boring for my imaginary friends' continues to explore these themes. Exhibition runs 8 to 26 May