Sydney's biggest annual comedy festival returns to take over the city from April 20 to May 17. @sydneycomedyfestival @Syd_Comedy_Fest #sydneycomedyfestival
Insightful and brutally honest, stand-up comedian Lawrence Mooney returns to the stage in 2020 for his new show, Beauty. Emerging from his guise of former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Beauty will be a veracious culmination of Lawrence’s comedic brilliance.
An Australian comedic favourite, no stranger to stages down under and an all-round likeable rogue, Jimeoin effortlessly delivers his idiosyncratic observations on everyday suburban life with his trademark devil-may-care style and humorous ramblings in his new show... Ramble On! @jimeoin #jimeoin
Known for his incredible ability to deal with hot topics in a hilarious and slightly offensive way, Akmal promises this year to deliver a show that is punctual and jam-packed with words...some of which he will be using for the first time. @akmalsaleh #akmalsaleh @OfficialAkmal #OfficialAkmal
Manchester born and proud Australian comic, Nurse Georgie Carroll is set to return to the stage in 2020 for her show, Off the Charts. Drawing humour from her unique role as mother, wife, comedian and nurse, Georgie’s combination of nationalities, home life and hospital has provided a 24/7 training ground that has nurtured her naturally funny bones. #NurseGeorgieCarroll @NurseGeorgieCarroll
Randomist cult comedian Ross Noble is set to return to the stage in 2020 for his new show Humournoid. The show will visit 27 regional and metropolitan locations throughout Australia, while promising a truly unique stand-up experience. @realrossnoble #realrossnoble
Australia’s largest fair showcasing some of the most significant and rare objects from across the country and aroud the world, will celebrate the 100th anniversary of The Roaring Twenties in Sydney this April.
Opening 27 March 6-8pm. Exhibiting in the PROJECT SPACE, Altar’d Lament examines migration, diaspora culture and history. It is produced by Masonik, a multi-disciplinary art collective, and features live music, video projection, and spoken-word performance alongside an immersive art installation.
A solo exhibition by Ann Thomson, one of Australia’s iconic female artists is showing at Mitchell Fine Art in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane from March 25th. Ann Thomson’s new exhibition draws from a multitude of residencies and painting expeditions around the world. “Brisbane is where I grew up and where my inspiration and influences began”, says Thomson “My painting has always moved between representation and abstraction which I continue to explore today”. @mitchellfineartgallery #artexhibition #brisbaneartgallery #abstractart #contemporaryart
Justin Miller Art have announced the first Australian Exhibition by, international fine art photographer Matt Draper with the exhibition Art Science opening March 20th as part of the Ocean Lovers Festival. Drapers incredible images are acquired from hundreds of hours free diving with magnificent creatures from the ocean and are rarely exhibited to the public as private collections attain his work often before public display. In his first exhibition on home soil, after achieving notoriety throughout the United States, Draper, with the Ocean Lovers Festival will bring Californian Ocean Alliance pioneering scientist Dr. Ari Freidlaender to Australia to deliver talks. Donations from the exhibition proceeds will support Antarctic whale research.
Out of Sight Out of Mind, by not-for-profit Festival partner Underwater Earth will reveal the wonders of the ocean in a fully immersive and interactive Virtual Reality film and photographic exhibition at the Bondi Pavilion Gallery this March, as part of the Ocean Lovers Festival. The free exhibition, proudly supported by the Vine Foundation, will be open from March 17 to 22, to take viewers for a sneak peek below the waves of Bondi, the Great Barrier Reef and farther afield. Audiences will come face to face with a Humpback Whale and can explore Sydney’s seaweed beds as if they were a fish. #iseachange
Revolver Upstairs and Just Another Agency present ‘Revolving Panels’, a collection of artist’s panels taken straight from the walls of Revolver’s downstairs oasis, Smokers Paradise.
Perth-born, Melbourne-based Stuart Ringholt creates performance-based, process-oriented and audience participation-reliant works which deal with experience of fear and embarrassment devised in amateur self-help environments. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #screenspace
InkMasters Cairns invites entries for our 5th biennial Inkmasters Print Exhibition at Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns. Entries close 8 May 2020. This is an international juried exhibition that brings together the best printmakers from around the world. Works entered can be any print medium (or combination of media), traditional and contemporary, in a range of formats including 3D works such as artists' books. Selected works are eligible for a number of non-acquisitive prizes. Works will be archived in an online catalogue and video record of the launch that takes place on 24 July 2020. Exhibition finishes 23 August 2020.
3×3 presents three solo shows by Arts Project artists James MacSporran, Samraing Chea and Rebecca Scibilia, whose works overlap in their collective muse on urban culture and landscape whilst diverging in individual style and tone.
Play It Forward is thrilled to announce the World Premiere of our next newly commissioned major choral work - ECOTORIO at the Melbourne International Singers Festival on Sun June 7, 2020! ECOTORIO is an exciting new song cycle written for SATB community and school choirs by Dave Newington and Jonathon Welch, written in real time about climate change events that have occurred around our planet over the past months. #ecotorio #MISF20 @MelbSingersFest @playitforwardoz
Buildings are urban monoliths. Cultural institutions are perceived to be even more so. Tom Mùller’s WA Now exhibition MONOLITH SCORES delves into what this perceived monolith sounds like, feels like, breathes like. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa #wanow
WA's talented young artists are celebrated in this yearly showcase, gauging the pulse of young people who will influence, empower and shape the world we live in. @artgallerywa #artgallerywa @agwapulse #pulseperspectives #agwapulse
Come and see the 52 finalists' entries to the 2020 Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture at the historic Juniper Hall. @tombassprize #tombassprize
One of Asia-Pacific’s leading contemporary art galleries, Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney is pleased to present It’s Not Real, a solo exhibition of new works by Australian artist Karen Black on 13 – 28 March 2020.