[ 25 February, 2011 to 27 February, 2011. ]
Time to shine hivemind!
What’s worth seeing and doing around town this weekend?
Just leave your thoughts in the comments.
[ 24 February, 2011 to 29 May, 2011. ]
The National Gallery is giving warning that next week they’re starting up an exhibition of art from the Solomon Islands:
Before World War II there was a period of peace in the Solomon Islands beginning with the 1893 establishment of the British Solomon Islands Protectorate. Prior to this era, particularly in the Western Solomon Islands, [...]
[ 25 February, 2011; 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. ]
Hip Hop Artist in Residence Matt Cornell will introduce a screening of the film Planet B-Boy (2007, M).
Directed by Benson Lee the film provides an overview of break dancing throughout the world.
The screening will be followed by an open floor B-Boy jam with live band accompaniment and sampling of items from the collection dug up [...]
[ 18 February, 2011 to 2 April, 2011. ]
This one looks worth checking out:
BLAZE 5 – A.C.T. Emerging Artists Showcase
Emma Beer, Chris Carmody, Tim Dwyer, Daniel Edwards, Natalie Mather, Suzanne Moss, Dan Vukovljak
Please join us for the opening of this exciting new exhibition, showcasing some of Canberra’s hottest emerging artists.
It’s on at Gorman House’s Contemporary Art Spacefrom 18 February to 2 April.
[ 17 February, 2011 to 26 February, 2011. ]
The very talented Naomi Milthorpe sent the below media release in, it’s fair to say if she’s involved it’s likely to be pretty good.
RECOLLECTED IN FIRE AND BLOOD:
JOHN OSBORNE’S LOOK BACK IN ANGER EXPLODES ONTO THE CANBERRA STAGE THIS FEBRUARY
It’s one of the twentieth century’s most magnificent plays – a work that opened the doors [...]
[ 10 December, 2010 to 20 March, 2011. ] [First filed: Nov 10, 2010 @ 11:03]
The NGA has announced ActewAGL is the lead sponsor for this summer’s major exhibition “Ballet Russes”:
One of the world’s richest collections of costumes from the famed Ballets Russes resides at the National Gallery of Australia and will be on display in December 2010 in this major exhibition. Through [...]
[ 30 October, 2010 to 27 February, 2011. ]
Correlation does not prove causation. But we can certainly say that following so many of you expressing a desire to see an exhibition of street art at the National Gallery they’ve announced that it’s on the way.
Drawn entirely from the collection of the National Gallery of Australia, the first Australian institution to have collected this [...]