If you like to take risks, support the subversive or be in the know for T, don’t miss your chance to get tickets for the inaugural Sydney Fringe from from September 10 to 26, 2010.
Media Release: June 9, 2010 in Arts
The Sydney fringe today announced artists can now apply to inject Sydney’s inner west (this September) with independent new work that is tangible & authentic.
The Three Trees Project: Gujarla (the other side), an initiative of the Michael Leslie Foundation for the Performing Arts, is a Pilbara based community storytelling event dealing with the social history of Roebourne.
Media Release: April 20, 2010 in Arts
Tasmanian artist Raymond Arnold (Queenstown) has won the $20,000 Gallipoli Art Prize, at Gallipoli Memorial Club, for his painting titled The Dead March Here Today.
In announcing the appointment of Patrick Nolan as its new Artistic Director, Legs Board Chairman Bruce Meagher said the Company was delighted to welcome someone of Patrick’s vision and calibre to the Company.
Media Release: April 22, 2009 in Arts
New Zealand born (Sydney based) artist Euan Macleod has won the $20,000 Gallipoli Art Prize for his painting titled Smoke/Pinklandscape/Shovel. Macleod’s winning work is a poignant evocation of the muddy trenches of World War I.
Media Release: September 27, 2007 in Arts
CarriageWorks presents Baby Love Drive Me Drive Me Crazy — art that moves you and your imagination — a wi-fi mobile installation by New York based, Taiwanese artist, Shu Lea Cheang.
Sing Sing an extraordinary, not-to-be-missed concert featuring stirring Indigenous song, dance and film from some of the Pacific’s leading performers — another highlight of the Message Sticks Indigenous Arts program.