Friday, November 27, 2020

On the Couch with Lucy Maunder

Who is Lucy Maunder? Mum, Actor, singer, sometimes dancer, cheese lover, mushroom hater. What would you do differently to what you do now? I am a huge foodie. I would definitely move into a …

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Forest of Voices by Olga Cironis opens at PICA

The much-anticipated solo exhibition by leading West Australian artist Olga Cironis, Forest of Voices is presented in the form of an immersive sound installation in PICA’s First Floor Gall…

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Celebrate International Day of People with Disability with Sprung!! Integrated Dance Theatre

Created in association with NORPA, Sprung!! Integrated Dance Theatre’s latest stage work, O, How I Dreamt of Things Impossible, enjoyed a sell-out premiere in Lismore in October. To celebr…

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Australian Theatre Festival NYC announces online season for 2020

Artistic Directors Mark Barford, Connor Delves and Jillian Geurts have announced the upcoming 2020 season of the Australian Theatre Festival NYC, which takes place online 4 & 5 December.…

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Thursday, November 26, 2020

On the Couch with Rachel Healy

Who is Rachel Healy? Joint Artistic Director of the Adelaide Festival, long-term arts manager, producer and cultural policy wonk. Mum to Vincent, Frank and Miriam. Winner of Adelaide Festiva…

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Victorian Opera reveals 2021 Season

Victorian Opera returns to the stage in 2021 celebrating local talent and Australian opera. Among its ten productions, Victorian Opera presents the long-awaited revival of Richard Meale’s …

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Stars align to celebrate the Spirit of Christmas 2020 at QPAC

Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) has announced its annual Spirit of Christmas concerts will proceed in 2020 with three concerts featuring a specially adapted program of songs and mu…

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Melbourne Fringe: #txtshow (on the internet)

Unlike much of Melbourne Fringe 2020, actor Brian Feldman’s monologue #txtshow (on the internet) is live – delivered from Washington D.C. via Zoom. This quirky show has the audience anon…

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Smash-hit musical ONCE to tour Australia in 2021

Darlinghurst Theatre Company has announced that it has been awarded $605,562 through the Australian Government’s Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund for a 21-week tour of …

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And the 2020 ARIA Awards go to…

The 2020 ARIA Awards in partnership with YouTube Music, held at The Star Event Centre, Sydney and broadcast nationally on the Nine Network, hosted by 12 x ARIA Award winner Delta Goodrem, ha…

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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

On the Couch with Hannah Canon

Who is Hannah Canon? Hannah Canon is a Chilean Australian Musical Theatre Performer, Cabaret Artist, Writer, Choreographer and Producer. What would you do differently from what you do now? I…

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NGV welcomes Victorian Government’s commitment to build NGV Contemporary

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is grateful to the Victorian Government for its extraordinary commitment to fund the construction of Australia’s largest gallery of contemporary art …

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Dr Stephen Gapps wins inaugural Les Carlyon Literary Prize

Dr Stephen Gapps has won the inaugural Les Carlyon Literary Prize for his work, The Sydney Wars – Conflict in the early colony 1788-1817. Chosen from more than 60 entries, The Sydney Wars …

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Feast Festival Pirouetting its way through COVID and Landing in Pridevember

While the rest of South Australia continues to pivot its way through the latest COVID ordeal Feast Festival artists and event organisers have been nimble performing a magnificent pirouette a…

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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Hamer Hall to light up with Melbourne Digital Concert Hall collaboration

Presenting two days of world class performances, Arts Centre Melbourne has partnered with Melbourne Digital Concert Hall for MDCH’s Hamer Hall Series on 25 – 26 November 2020. Four conce…

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Design icon turns 65 and heads to Brisbane

Captivating children and adults alike for over 65 years, the iconic figure of Miffy is featured in a major exhibition at Brisbane’s QUT Art Museum, which brings the work of Dutch illustrat…

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MAV launches Mapping Melbourne Festival 2020-21

Mapping Melbourne – an annual artistic exploration of Asian Australian identity presented by MAV is set to return on Thursday 3 December 2020 with an inspiring two-month program of free vi…

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Chunky Move – Australia’s boldest contemporary dance company celebrates 25 years

A quarter of a century after being established, Australia’s most innovative and acclaimed contemporary dance company celebrates its storied history with a new multimedia digital archive as…

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On the Couch with Drew Forsythe

Who is Drew Forsythe?  I guess you want to know who I am? Drew Forsythe, actor, writer, and co-director of The Wharf Revue. Husband of Trishy, Father of Abe, Grandfather of Spike. What woul…

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Artspace welcomes NSW Government’s transformation of The Gunnery into a state-of-the-art facility

Artspace has welcomed the NSW Government’s commitment of over $5 million that will see The Gunnery in Woolloomooloo – Artspace’s home since 1993 – transformed into a state-of-the-art…

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Arts Centre Melbourne gets ready to open up

Arts Centre Melbourne will begin to open their facilities in the Southbank arts precinct with café Protagonist and Weekend Markets from 12 December 2020. The re-introduction of offerings on…

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Brisbane’s brightest young artists celebrate the sunny side of life

Presented as part of Brisbane City Council’s free Outdoor Gallery program, Sunny Side Up explores the identity of this subtropical city and celebrates Brisbane’s brightest young artists.…

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10 ‘lost’ Australian literary treasures you should read – and can soon borrow from any library

Many culturally important books by Australian authors are out of print, hard to find as secondhand copies, and confined to the physical shelves of a limited number of libraries. Effectively,…

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Monday, November 23, 2020

Melbourne Opera to present Das Rheingold in February 2021

Following a string of major Wagnerian successes (Rienzi, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Tristan and Isolde, The Flying Dutchman), Melbourne Opera is thrilled to present the pinnacle of operatic exce…

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NGV Australia reopens premiering Destiny Deacon retrospective and more

The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square reopened to the public yesterday with visitors experiencing the premiere retrospective exhibition DESTINY, showcasing the work of on…

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On the Couch with Todd MacDonald

Who is Todd MacDonald? I’m an actor, artist, programmer and director and about to finish my sixth (and final year) as the CEO and Artistic Director of La Boite Theatre company in Kelvin Gr…

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Come From Away announces Brisbane Season

Producers Rodney Rigby and Junkyard Dog Productions have announced that the worldwide smash hit, Tony and Olivier award-winning musical, Come From Away, will open at QPAC’s Lyric Theatre f…

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Sunday, November 22, 2020

Unwrapped: LGBTIQA+ communities connect through arts and culture

Facilitated by the Greater Dandenong City Council, local LGBTIQA+ artists and communities will connect and celebrate through a range of virtual activities as part of Unwrapped this November.…

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A Simple Space is back for an exclusive digital season

Critically acclaimed circus production A Simple Space by Gravity & Other Myths is returning to Arts Centre Melbourne audiences after a hugely successful sold out season back in 2018. Thi…

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David Greybeard: giant chimpanzee to take up residence in the heart of Melbourne

A large-scale public artwork of iconic chimpanzee David Greybeard, muse of ground-breaking scientist Dr Jane Goodall, is set to bring conservation and the environment into focus at Arts Cent…

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Make some noise. The Drummer Queens have arrived, live, loud & ready to rule!

Following its World Premiere season in Sydney in February 2021, the Producers of the Drummer Queens have anounced the new must-see original Australian theatrical experience will play in Melb…

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