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News of the Splendour in the Grass festival cancelling is devastating, and its impact will be felt acutely across the wider ecology.  Director of Music Australia Millie Millgate said,   “Our thoughts go out to the Australian promoters, artists, managers and crew immediately affected.”  The current operating environment is highly complex with several issues, from rapidly … Continued

RACV GOLDFIELDS RESORT SHOWCASES EXHIBITION BY ARTIST JACOB RAUPACH

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ArtHouse at RACV Goldfields Resort will host an exhibition and photography masterclass by Bethanga based artist Jacob Raupach from 16 March to 16 June 2024.  Circumspice is a multi-format exhibition of photography, artist books, sculpture and installation investigating Creswick and the legacy of its industries. The exhibition borrows its title Circumspice – the Latin word … Continued

Convicts brought back to life in digital exhibition in Tasmania

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Media kit including imagery and videos available here Thousands of English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish convicts transported to Australia, as well as people resisting colonial invasion and forced into the convict system, will be brought back to life in a first-of-its kind digital exhibition revealing a new understanding of the convicts’ contribution to the struggle … Continued

Calls to capture Australian Life

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One of the nation’s biggest photography competitions is back, with the City of Sydney calling for entries for this year’s Australian Life exhibition.   Australian Life is open to both professional and amateur photographers from across the country and calls for images that capture a unique feature of life in Australia.   From the red … Continued

Little snappers encouraged to showcase photography skills

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The City of Sydney wants some of our youngest artists to show off their creative side in this year’s Little Sydney Lives photography competition.   Children aged between 5 and 12 are invited to send in their best photographs of Sydney, taken in the past 12 months. There’s no set theme so young shutterbugs being … Continued

Drum Theatre Says Wominjeka

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Celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture in a welcoming event at Dandenong’s iconic Drum Theatre. See the stunning visual Welcome messages created by four local Aboriginal and Bunurong artists; Adam Magennis, Kylie Armstrong, Lakeisha Clayton and Uncle Mark Brown for the Drum Wominjeka flags, now flying in the theatre’s entrance.  Wominjeka means … Continued

Drum Theatre Says Wominjeka

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Celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture in a welcoming event at Dandenong’s iconic Drum Theatre. See the stunning visual Welcome messages created by four local Aboriginal and Bunurong artists; Adam Magennis, Kylie Armstrong, Lakeisha Clayton and Uncle Mark Brown for the Drum Wominjeka flags, now flying in the theatre’s entrance.  Wominjeka means … Continued

A Tra$hy Dreamland at Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre

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You are invited to participate in this fun and immersive installation by artist Moon Girle. The latest exhibition at Dandenong’s Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre. Engage with the community through self-reflection, mass production and ethical ways of reusing broken and unwanted objects. Explore this reflective space and foster important conversations about the environment and cultural … Continued

A Tra$hy Dreamland at Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre

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You are invited to participate in this fun and immersive installation by artist Moon Girle. The latest exhibition at Dandenong’s Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre. Engage with the community through self-reflection, mass production and ethical ways of reusing broken and unwanted objects. Explore this reflective space and foster important conversations about the environment and cultural … Continued

Arts Open draws near

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Arts Open, Australia’s largest open studios event, is about to take place again as artists across central Victoria prepare to open their studios, allowing visitors to experience the work and artistic vision our region is famed for.   Beginning on Labour Day long weekend, the 9th, 10th and 11th of March and continuing into the … Continued