Like a mezze platter at a celebration you will find tasty morsels of art spread throughout our building, in 2 galleries, 2 floors of corridors, 12 studios and our shop. Come and feast your eyes and take something deliciously beautiful home with you.
Abstract artist Danielle Nelisse recently moved her art studio in a shipping pod from southern California to the Hawaiian island of Maui. It didn’t take long for her Wildfires series artwork to be recognized by one of Hawaii’s foremost authorities on contemporary artwork. #artmaui2019 #wildfires #oceania #risingseas #alohaoceaniacities #daniellenelisse @DanielleNelisseArtist @daniellenelisse
Steady your smart phone, make room on an SD card, load up a spool of 35mm film – the Picturing Footscray Photography Prize is making its annual return, with entries opening on the 15 March.
Following hugely successful tours of the UK and the USA, the smash-hit theatre production, Bin Laden: The One Man Show, will head to the Seymour Centre for the show’s Sydney premiere from 3rd to 6th April.
Allegri Ensemble is proud to present their first concert for 2019 - Mozart’s Requiem, in beautiful, historic St George’s Church, Battery Point at 2:30 pm on Sunday 14 April 2019.
The annual Rites of Passage Tattoo Festival brings over 350 tattoo artists under one roof to showcase their art.
For artist Robbie Harmsworth, ‘beauty’ still matters.
Fiona Colin's exacting and sensual practice will appeal to those who indulge in other slow and pleasurable activities such as weaving, knitting, calligraphy and embroidery. There is evidence, too, of the maker's hand: imperfections and paint textures - no, she's not a robot!
Play It Forward and MEN ALOUD! proudly participating in QUEENSLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL 2019. Help Is On Its Way is a national initiative which fosters a dialogue around mental health as we sing in support of our men and boys! Join this special choir rehearsing once a month for the Festival's ground breaking mass choral event Help Is On Its Way with Glenn Shorrock on July 27. Calling on all Dads, brothers, uncles, grandfathers, cousins and mates to join MEN ALOUD! #qldmusicfest #MENALOUD #PlayItForward #QLD
Soulful, Scintillating, Savoury comedy: help Ham and Elizabeth make global warming action cool again!
The Guildhouse Fellowship, valued at over $50,000, will be awarded annually to one South Australian mid-career visual artist, craftsperson or designer. The Fellowship is generously supported by the James & Diana Ramsay Foundation and is presented in partnership with the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA). The Fellowship is intended for artists who have moved beyond the early years of their practice; they have a distinct artistic expression, and seek an expansive opportunity to explore, research and create.
The unique Poetry In First Languages (PIFL) program developed by Red Room Poetry has announced it will expand its teaching of poetry in First Nations languages beyond New South Wales and into Queensland, the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory this year.
Today the National Association for the Visual Arts releases its Report Card for the NSW state election, offering a high-level policy comparison of commitments by the three major parties.
Music Victoria in partnership with the Victorian Government is thrilled to announce the very first recipients and mentors of the inaugural pilot ‘Cultivate’, Victoria’s new initiative for mid-level to established women leaders in the state’s contemporary music sector.
This month’s bumper edition of ARTIST PROFILE blows the lid on the highly controversial on-again, off-again efforts of the NSW government to move the Powerhouse Museum to Sydney’s West.
Spring 2019 ushers in another season for Galerie Michael Janssen, who proudly present "Devinera qui Pourra" (Figure it out who can), an exhibition of works both new and newly conceived by Art & Language and curated by Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts.
Byron Writers’ Festival’s ‘Writers on the Road’ Launch. Stories grow, anywhere, anyhow.
Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery Tour & Craft
A twin exhibition by Luisa Hansal and Tamara Marrington. In the form of paintings, sculpture and video the artists bring seemingly disparate and private narratives together through a shared focus on symbolism, sentiment and diaristic confessions. @chamberpresents @luisahansal @tamaramarrington
A new interactive digital platform is bringing ancient indigenous Australian art from one of the world’s biggest collections to life.