Friday, September 18, 2020

On the Couch with Scott Stuart by Arts Review

Who is Scott Stuart? Scott is a bestselling children’s author and illustrator who is passionate about dismantling gender stereotypes and empowering children to follow their own unique path…

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Top Picks at the 2020 Queer Screen Film Fest by Arts Review

Now in its eighth year, the 2020 Queer Screen Film Fest comes to you! Comprising over 40 feature films, documentaries and shorts – 90 percent of the festival can be accessed by LGBTIQ+ com…

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Statement: Rob Guest Endowment announces cancellation of 2020 Scholarship by Arts Review

On 20 August, the Rob Guest Endowment announced the 30 semi-finalists for this year’s scholarship. Due to the lack of racial diversity of the semi-finalists, we received criticism for not …

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Riverside Theatres Digital: Pancha Nadai by Arts Review

Riverside Theatres Digital will present Pancha Nadai by renowned classical contemporary Indian Dance Company, Lingalayam, streaming to audiences’ homes, in a one-show only performance at R…

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Kirsten Coelho by Arts Review

In Kirsten Coelho, the first major publication on a practice spanning thirty years, images of Coelho’s impeccable vessels are interleaved with fragments of poetry and reproductions of pai…

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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Paige Black wins 2020 Darebin Songwriters’ Award by Arts Review

Paige Black has been crowned the winner of the prestigious Darebin Songwriters’ Award with her song, Oceans Apart. The annual Songwriters’ Award Grand Final was held last night (Thursday…

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On the Couch with Lisa Byrne by Arts Review

Who is Lisa Byrne? Director, McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery, Langwarrin – 45 minutes from City via Monash Hwy or M1. What would you do differently from what you do now? I am very fortun…

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Joel Tonks: Forged by fire, shaped by time by Arts Review

Inspired by recent art-making expeditions to landmark mountains and along local river systems to document the biological and geological taxonomy of the Central West, Bathurst Regional Art Ga…

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Melbourne Youth Orchestras launches MYO UNLIMITED by Arts Review

In the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic and in a year characterised by social distancing and economic upheaval, Melbourne Youth Orchestras (MYO) is playing on. In an unparalleled online …

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Australasian Dance Collective back on stage with Arc by Arts Review

After 307 days, the Australasian Dance Collective are back on stage, performing live with the World Premiere of Arc at River Quay Green, South Bank on 18 & 19 September as part of the 20…

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Move, Make, Create these September school holidays with Arts Centre Melbourne by Arts Review

Spring has sprung making it the perfect time for young ones to move, make and create with Arts Centre Melbourne’s Families Program via the Together With You digital platform. In the spirit…

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Guide to the Classics: The Secret Garden and the healing power of nature by Arts Review

Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden has been described as “the most significant children’s book of the 20th century.” First published in 1911, after being serialised in The A…

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Meyne Wyatt awarded 2020 Archibald Packing Room Prize for self-portrait by Arts Review

Art Gallery of New South Wales head packer Brett Cuthbertson and his packing room team have awarded the 2020 Archibald Packing Room Prize to first-time Archibald Prize entrant, Wongutha-Yama…

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Wednesday, September 16, 2020

On the Couch with Steph Tisdell by Arts Review

Who is Steph Tisdell? Some weirdo who talks too much and want to love everything / everyone. What would you do differently from what you do now? Nothing really. Part of being grateful, to me…

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Performance Space presents Liveworks 2020: A Reimagined Festival of Experimental Art by Arts Review

Presenting new and intriguing developments in art by some of the most inventive artists of our time from Sydney and across Australia, Performance Space has announced it will be returning wit…

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Statement: Rob Guest Endowment announces future changes by Arts Review

For over a decade the Rob Guest Endowment (RGE) has provided vital support and encouragement to young emerging performers, musicians and technicians, awarding over $400,000 in scholarships t…

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Nahid V. Meshgin: The Journey – Treading the pathway of love, faith and service by Arts Review

In The Journey, Iranian born Nahid V. Meshgin shares her uniquely inspiring personal and spiritual journey that begins in Tehran in an era of great upheaval in 1947 and is set across four co…

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YIRRAMBOI and VicHealth bridging the arts and culture gap in regional Victoria by Arts Review

Australia’s premiere First Nations celebration, YIRRAMBOI, is working toward to strengthening links with regional artists and audience, with a focus towards First Peoples creatives and pro…

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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

On the Couch with Anisa Nandaula by Arts Review

Who is Anisa Nandaula? A Poet, Educator and Community Organiser. What would you do differently from what you do now? WORK HARDER! Who inspires you and why? Kobe Bryant. I am very drawn to pe…

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MSO dedicates performance of Paul Kelly’s Leaps and Bounds to Melburnians by Arts Review

This Thursday evening, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will dedicate a virtual choir performance of Paul Kelly’s iconic Australian ode, Leaps and Bounds, to all Melburnians. Featuring 175…

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Applications for the 2021 Frank Van Straten Fellowship now open! by Arts Review

Arts Centre Melbourne and the Australian Performing Arts Collection are committed to providing opportunities for Victoria’s creative community with applications now open for the 2021 Frank…

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Monday, September 14, 2020

Recipients of NETS Victoria Exhibition Development Fund announced by Arts Review

NETS Victoria is committed to help ease the financial burden for arts organisations with the annual Exhibition Development Fund (EDF) which sees grants of up to $10,000 awarded to Victorian …

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Freeman review: documentary relives the time Cathy Freeman flew, carrying the weight of the nation by Arts Review

Where were you when Catherine Freeman won gold at the Sydney Olympic Games? Director Laurence Billiet draws the memories of the nation together with sound and vision from the televised recor…

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Seymour Centre to reopen in September 2020 by Arts Review

For the first time since closing their doors six months ago, Seymour Centre has announced that the venue will reopen this month for public performances. The Seymour is a significant contribu…

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On the Couch with Nahid V. Meshgin by Arts Review

Who is Nahid V. Meshgin? I am a wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. I was born in Iran and left my home at the age of 16, because I had a scholarship to do my Highschool Year 12…

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Queensland Symphony Orchestra to perform in Gladstone by Arts Review

Queensland Symphony Orchestra will return to Gladstone for the eighth consecutive year for the much-loved Symphony Under the Stars. For the first time, two concerts will be held in Gladstone…

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Ang Collins awarded the inaugural NSW Incubator Fellowship by Arts Review

Playwright Ang Collins has been selected as the first recipient of the inaugural Incubator Fellowship, established through a new partnership between Create NSW and Griffin Theatre Company to…

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Sunday, September 13, 2020

Entries for the 2021 Martin Kantor Portrait Prize now open! by Arts Review

The Ballarat International Foto Biennale has announced that entries for the 2021 Martin Kantor Portrait Prize are now open. The Martin Kantor Portrait Prize is open to all photographers and …

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MZAZA: The Birth and Death of Stars by Arts Review

On stage Thursday night (10 September) at the gorgeous Tivoli, the diverse group, MZAZA brought much joy to Brisbane. MZAZA are vocalist, Pauline Maudy and musicians: Anne Deksne, accordion;…

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Artists of Colour Initiative launches with a Bla(c)k, Indigenous and People of Colour selection panel leading the charge by Arts Review

The Artists of Colour Initiative (AOC) has launched a scholarship competition designed to provide financial assistance and industry support to six exceptionally talented theatre performers b…

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Saturday, September 12, 2020

HYBRID: Objects for Future Homes by Arts Review

Interrogating the contemporary urban condition and exploring the role of the home in 2030, the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences (MAAS) has unveiled Hybrid: Objects for Future Homes at …

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