Artist entries for the world’s richest landscape prize, The Fleurieu Art Prize, are still open until July 26, with an increased main prize of $60,000.
The most innovative and important annual event to take place in Toorak Village – The Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition – has been linking the arts with business and forming a…
Mix Tape 1980s: Appropriation, Subculture, Critical Style
After watching the brief prologue of a melancholy explorer who commits suicide via crocodile, we are confronted with the mirror image of ourselves.
Based on Mohsin Hamid’s book, The Reluctant Fundamentalist thrusts 9/11 back into the spotlight.
“Variation is the beauty of the program this year,” says Festival Director Genevieve Kelly.
With another year of travelling under their belts, Circus Oz are back with a tighter, road-hardened show
New work from Australia’s leading contemporary playwright Joanna Murray-Smith will be staged across the country this year, as the novelist and playwright prepares for a year bricked with wall-to-wall productions.
‘Lieder’ reveal a deeper language
The MSO’s new General Manager
Five of Melbourne’s top independent companies will stage a range of original works as part of Melbourne Theatre Company’s inaugural NEON Festival from now until July 21.