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Journey through the sounds of cello/piano duo, Y-Squared.
Performances & Gigs
Oct 26 - 28
TARNANTHI Art Fair presents the work of over 40 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres from across Australia, where art lovers and collectors can buy works of art direct from artists.
Festivals & Programs
Oct 19 - Nov 01
To mark the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I, Promac Productions and Drum
Theatre present Great Songs of the War Years
Oct 06 - Nov 11
This exhibition brings together the different practices to present a familiarity of concerns that are not bound by geographic, social contexts or time.
Oct 06 - Nov 17
Opening Event: Thursday 11 October, 6 - 8pm
Oct 24 - Dec 02
The Japanese Film Festival (JFF) showcases the best of Japanese cinema, combining international film festival favourites and little-known indie gems.
Oct 12 - Dec 09
Drawn from the private collections of Geoffrey Hassall OAM and Helene Teichmann, 'Looking Forward—Looking Back: Contemporary Works from the East Kimberley' reflects on the legacy of Jirrawun Arts in the eastern Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Oct 20 - Dec 15
The Regional Centre for Culture is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Oct 27 - Mar 24
A beloved and central figure in the cultural life of Australia, Mirka Mora long captured the public imagination with her distinctive art and
Join us for "The Double: Return and Reenactment", presented by U.S.-based curator James Meyer – the inaugural Monash University Margaret Plant Annual Lecture in Art History.
Panels, Lectures & Ideas
Public art is a reinvented genre that can be many things– playful and place making but also disruptive and provocative. This lecture provides an opportunity to speculate, where public art can take us?
A rehearsed reading of a play based on the final years of Chekov's life.
Oct 11 - 25
Love Me; is an accessible performance designed to unpack the stigma surrounding mental illness and provoke conversation over how to promote mental wellbeing.
This original, interactive theatre performance re-invents Sophocles’ classic as a story of immediate relevance for our times. Written and devised by culturally diverse emerging artists from Geelong.
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