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unpacking in the heights’ choreographic film references, from busby berkeley to west side story

Unpacking In The Heights’ choreographic film references, from Busby Berkeley to West Side Story

        Macall Polay © 2021 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. Part of the joy of a musical is that song and dance can occur anywhere and everywhere. Not just on the stage but...
listen to older voices: chris lamacroft – part 2

Listen To Older Voices: Chris Lamacroft – Part 2

Welcome to the second of a 3-part program featuring the Life & Times of Chris Lamacroft. In part 1 we learned that Chris was born in 1944 in South Australia but moved, while still as...
the messy history of our modern, western calendar

The messy history of our modern, Western calendar

Image: Wikimedia Commons For something that’s meant to lend order to our lives, the modern Western calendar has a messy history. The mess, in part, comes about because of the difficulty of co-ordinating the orbits of...
carlisle street arts space welcomes environmental artists

Carlisle Street Arts Space welcomes environmental artists

Two artists whose works are thematically linked by environmental issues are exhibiting at Carlisle Street Arts Space. Helen Philipp’s work, 14 Pieces, features woven sculptural formations made from plastic foraged from the St Kilda foreshore....
listen to older voices: chris lamacroft – part 2

Listen To Older Voices: Chris Lamacroft – Part 3

This is the 3rd and final part of the story of Chris Lamacroft. Over the past two programs, Chris has talked about how living as a young boy in Fremantle had a profound impact...
toot zines at jade art shop

TooT Zines at Jade Art Shop

TooT News TooT Artspace may be gone but TooT Zines are strutting their stuff now showcased in Ballarat opened to the public. Launching Friday 28 May is the new space Jade Art Shop, featuring art by...
every picture tells a story

Every Picture Tells a Story

OPENING: SATURDAY 20 FEB - 1 - 3 PM Exhibition: 20 Feb - 6 March Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Friday 11 - 5pm & Saturday 12 - 4pm Every Picture Tells a Story ix 200cm x 270cm   Every Picture...
home is more than a place

Home is more than a place

Curated by Sophia Cai the digital exhibition Home is more than a place pairs artworks from the collection of Hamilton Gallery with works by contemporary Australian artists to broadly consider the meaning of home as both an external...
5 of the best home-grown games to play this summer

5 of the best home-grown games to play this summer

Florence brings together lovely art and music and simple but meaningful puzzles. Annapurna Interactive/Mountains Studio This year’s Digital Australia report found, as a country, Australians spent more time playing digital games than watching free-to-air TV during the 2020...
brightstuff – prue acton

BrightStuff – Prue Acton

PRUE ACTON Yellow Works  NEW EXHIBITION DATES and EVENTS Melbourne restrictions have required us to move our calendar around. Here are the new dates and events for the Prue Acton exhibition. 25th June - 9 July: Gallery open by APPOINTMENT ONLY Please contact Kylie on 0423 225...