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Oct 24 - 25
The inaugural Australian Festival Industry Conference (AFIC) will be held across 24-25 October in Coffs Harbour, NSW.
Festivals & Programs
Oct 24 - Nov 01
See the world's best environmental films for all ages over one big week in Melbourne.
Oct 03 - Nov 02
HOME is an exhibition for artists with asylum seeker and refugee backgrounds.
Oct 17 - Nov 03
OzAsia Festival is Australia’s leading contemporary arts festival engaging with Asia. It presents a bold and exciting line-up of boundary-pushing contemporary arts each year and is revered by audiences and critics alike.
Oct 26 - Nov 04
‘I Kicked a Stone in Metaphor’ both an exhibition (Oct 24 to Nov 4) and a book.
Coolum Beach, Sunshine Coast
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Panels, Lectures & Ideas
Join us in celebrating our new look facilities and come alive with creativity at our opening night launch party.
Melbourne and Sydney
Jul 18 - Nov 08
Artbank has launched its latest exhibition, bringing together a large body of visual and digital work by 12 Indigenous artists from the Nyapari community in South Australia.
Aug 17 - Nov 10
Known an as ‘The Master’ of couture, Balenciaga was one of the most innovative and influential designers of the last century.
A new version by Robert Andrew Greene of Charles Lecocq’s Girofle-Girofla with additional music by Johann Strauss, Jacques Offenbach, Franz Lehar, Emmerich Kalman and Robert Stolz.
Nov 13 - 24
Following the success of Monash in Love, and War at Chapel off Chapel, the second play by Andrew Joseph, The Toorak Rules opens at St Martins on November 13, through to November 24; Directed by Sarah Grenfell and starring Ezra Bix.
In 2019 The School continues this tradition by presenting Otto Nicolai's hilarious retelling of Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Performances & Gigs
Nov 01 - Apr 30
Bruce Munro: Tropical Light, an outdoor exhibition by world renowned artist Bruce Munro, will take place from 1 November until 30 April during Darwin's Tropical Summer.
A soulful reinvention of age-old Jewish songs, the Geist String Quartet will be joined by violinist Ilya Isakovich of the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Mount Barker Summit
Win double passes to PAVAROTTI, a documentary celebrating the life of the beloved opera star Luciano Pavarotti, arguably one of our lifetime’s greatest performers.
Western Edge Youth Arts introduce the current members of the Edge Ensemble as part of Future Echoes festival
Join us for a guided tour and discussion on Art and Mental Health in the Digital Age.
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