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Jan 17 - Feb 18
Edgy Art Exhibition Set To Shake Things Up! 40 Under 40 exhibition is not your run of the mill wine and cheese art exhibition.
"Developing an Intentional and empowered approach to your creative work"
Panels, Lectures & Ideas
Modelling Indigo Slam with Smart Design Studio
Festivals & Programs
Sydney’s most stunning tropical rooftop ivy Pool Club transforms into La Isla Bonita for Kaftan Party, our inimitable retro poolside soirée.
This workshop will give you the chance to learn professional choreography while improving the mind, body and soul. Designed for all ages and levels.
Our Disability Awareness and Equity Training workshops are all about helping you and your team improve how you connect with and support people with disability or who are Deaf.
Feb 18 - 19
And we're live! The oven's caught fire. David is drinking and Peter has bad news. Travel back to 1986 for a live taping of the acclaimed TV cooking show, Hudson & Halls.
Feb 03 - 19
THEATRE: Win a family pass to see Don't Mess With The Dummies
Spice Night - trailblazing queer comedy from across Asia, in Melbourne for AsiaTOPA for one night only.
Performances & Gigs
Songs of protest, thumping dancefloor beats, speakers mounted precariously on garish parade floats, another lesbian singer-songwriter with a guitar…
Join us for this lunchtime talk with Benjamin Law in relation to Torch the Place, focusing on the representation of Asian-Australian characters on stage.
Join artists Vera Möller, Kate Rohde and Stu James in a conversation about their sources of inspiration, ways of working and relationship with nature, moderated by Dr Vivien Gaston, curator of Sublime
Feb 13 - 20
FILM: Win a 2 for 1 ticket to The Leunig Fragments
Spend an evening lounged in our indulgent queer salon at NAS, surrounded by a family of queer orators who will delight you with short readings from their most treasured pieces of queer literature.
In February 2020, Sydney Living Museums and Art & About will present untitled (maraong manaóuwi) by Sydney-based Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones at the Hyde Park Barracks.
Melbourne Chamber Orchestra’s Quartet presents two iconic works of chamber music by Haydn & Smetana.
We’re excited to play host, for this performance, to local experimental-psych duo iceclaw, which features Nick Lane of This Is Your Captain Speaking and John Koutsogiannis (aka duckjuggler).
Trailblazing queer comedy from across Asia. It should be illegal to be this funny, not this gay.
Talk with director Kamila Andini and dramaturg Adena Jacobs on the intercultural artistic collaboration for The Seen and Unseen Theatre/Dance production.
Come and hear tunes that reconcile different cultures, nations, regions, peoples and sounds, and acknowledge our presence as settlers on Indigenous lands.
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