Sharp Short Dance is back for another year
Summer group show of selected works
Signs Of The Undead employs mediums associated with commercial signage to unpack the symbology of the vampire. This exhibition focuses on how the undead is a creature that embodies complex anxieties about race and memory: the vampire is an immigrant who belongs to a different time, place, and race.
MARS Gallery is proud to present Melbourne photographer and video artist Fabrice Bigot’s new work 'Permutation': dark, velvety portrayals of the female form that are both jarring and beautiful.
'Mind Games' is an attempt to highlight the dangers of peoples minds being influenced by corrupt media and social media's
misrepresentation and manipulation.
Australia's most precious items at The Melbourne Fair, 8-11 August
The Copyright Agency has today announced Sydney artist Justine Youssef as the winner of the $10,000 John Fries Award at the opening of the award exhibition at UNSW Galleries. The judges also highly commended mother-daughter duo Betty Chimney and Raylene Walatinna from South Australia for their work Nganmpa Ngura (Our Country).
Look up, look down, look sideways – the magical mystery tour that is the Gertrude Street Projection Festival returns to light up the walls, windows, alleys and crannies of Fitzroy’s charismatic street every night after sunset from July 26 - August 3, 6PM- Midnight. One of the city’s most loved grassroots festivals and the first projection festival in Australia, GSPF brings the community’s diverse cultures and characters together, wrapped in winter woollies.
Judges have selected Park Pair, a blown glass artwork by artist Emma Young, as the winning work for the $5,000 All Connections to Unley Art Prize 2019.
In the Victorian public transport system, fare evading offences are considered especially heinous. In Melbourne, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Authorised Ticket Inspectors. These are their stories. *myki beep beep*
Toes will tap and tastebuds will tingle as the National Indigenous Art Fair’s vibrant two-day program of food, music and dance celebrates Indigenous culture in the heart of Sydney on 29 & 30 June 2019.
Gondwana World Choral Festival is set to be the greatest gathering of international choirs in Australia this century, as more than one thousand young singers from some of the world’s finest choirs converge on Sydney to join in song and celebrate 30 years of Gondwana Choirs and Sydney Children’s Choir on 15 – 21 July 2019.
Illustrator and digital artist GWA (aka Wade Goring) presents PROFOUND ABSURDITY, the latest batch for his weird and wild creations at m2 Gallery 4/450 Elizabeth Street Surry Hill, Sydney from July 24 - 30. Open 12pm - 7pm daily. Special VIP night Friday July 26, 6pm - 9pm.
Critical Stages Touring, Australia’s national touring theatre company, welcomed two new members to its board of directors this month. They join a group of passionate arts, business and theatre leaders that will help steer the organisation into its next phase of producing and touring outstanding independent theatre across Australia.
Adelaide Festival Centre has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), China, formally outlining our cooperation and friendship with one of the world’s leading theatre companies.
The Evens Foundation and the Fondation Thalie are launching a call for a research and production residency for the period of 2019–2020.
On display 28 May - 26 June, 2019 is the exhibition Welcome., by designer Stephen Goddard.
After The Fire. This painting is designed to show the carnage a bushfire can cause in Australia.
PACT's Generations program returns in 2019, featuring work by an early career artist presented alongside a work by an established artist.