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Barking Spider Visual Theatre - Creative interpreters of sites, stories, collections and objects.
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May 26 - 30
Returning in 2015, the Seymour Centre is a precinct of Vivid Sydney, in conjunction with the University of Sydney. Over 5 days it becomes home to the most innovative new ideas in Australian Music.
Festivals & Programs
May 22 - 30
Echo is an adaptation of the Echo and Narcissus myth. Social media has magnified our obsession with the self. Are we more obsessed with ourselves than we have been in the past? What consequence do ris
Performances & Gigs
Jun 05 - 06
xCommunicate Symposium is about community engagement and placemaking in the digital age!
Panels, Lectures & Ideas
May 01 - Jun 14
100 contemporary sculptures in the shop windows and sidewalks of Toorak Road, Toorak Village.
The ArtsHub conference is an opportunity to hear from some of the arts sector’s most inspiring voices and to meet colleagues whose ideas and energy will feed your own.
Courses, Conferences & Training
Jul 04 - 12
Cast favourites Chloe and Christi Lukasiak from the Reality T.V. Phenomenon "Dance Moms" will be adding a touch of pink for the first appearance of their "Sequins & Secrets" Tour.
May 25 - Dec 31
Need your next event filmed? Want to make a music video or film a profile for your organisation?
If advertisements have ever driven you to laughter, tears or anger, this evening is for you.
Screenings, Festivals & Programs
In 2015 The Australian Ballet School is delighted to showcase the talents of its remarkable students.
Join watercolour artist Christine Earthrowl as she takes you through the special relationships of complementary colours using watercolour.
May 22 - 26
Lukas Moodysson is the best! Our favourite films from cinema’s eternal teenager.
May 21 - 26
Object Data Memory is Emily Hornum’s final exhibition for her Masters by research, investigating how new media has altered traditional notions of the family archive.
Taste soul food — hear soul music and indulge!
Two young English siblings are stranded in the Australian desert and left to cope on their own.
May 13 - 27
The plays have been performed around the world including on London’s West End and the Edinburgh Fringe, winning countless awards in the process.
The Tasmanian Theatre Company’s new production SMILE SMILE SMILE will evoke memories of communities in regional Tasmania during World War I.
Artist-in-Residence at the Victorian College of the Arts during the 2015 Festival, world fusion master Richard Bona delves into his technique, improvisations and the inner workings of his craft in a f
It’s 1922 somewhere in Australia.
Improve your drawing and observation skills with this two-hour workshop.
Judith Ryan, NGV Senior Curator, Indigenous Art, discusses historical and contemporary works made in ochre by Indigenous Australian artists.
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