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  • 2021 GALLIPOLI ART PRIZE WINNER PAYS TRIBUTE TO FORGOTTEN HEROES

    Sydney artist Geoff Harvey has won the 2021 Gallipoli Art Prize ($20,000 acquisitive prize auspiced by the Gallipoli Memorial Club) with his painting ‘Forgotten Heroes’ depicting Australian ‘Waler’ horses used by Australian light horsemen during the First World War. This is the second time Geoff Harvey has won the Gallipoli Art Prize. His previous win was in 2012 with his […]

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  • Watch them Fly! Set to an extraordinary score. Don’t miss Next Chapters coming soon to The Concourse

    Legs On The Wall, in partnership with the Chatswood Cultural Program and the rhythmic richness of the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra, present NEXT CHAPTERS. Virtuoso musicianship and astonishing physical theatre combine in this captivating collaboration. Be uplifted by the rhythmic richness of the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra when – for the first time – it joins forces […]

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  • WE ARE BACK with a bang!

    From famine to feast! We are absolutely thrilled (and relieved!) the Arts is making a post Covid come back and we are proudly part of the resurgence, working on some incredible arts events. Click here to read the latest news

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  • 2021 Finalists announced for the Gallipoli Art Prize

    The finalists have been announced for the 16th annual Gallipoli Art Prize. The winner of the $20,000 art prize will be announced on Wednesday 14 April, in the lead up to Anzac Day. The works will be on exhibition at Merrylands RSL, Sydney from the 15 April to the 17th of May and a virtual exhibition will […]

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  • The Marriage of Figaro

    Pocket Opera packed into one exhilarating hour Set in the roaring 20’s, this new Pacific Opera production with the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra is bursting with all the soaring arias and sparkling score which audiences know and love. This is the perfect production to introduce opera to friends and family. Special ticket offer – 10% off all tickets! use code FIG10 […]

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  • Media Release

    Chilean born pianist and composer DANIEL ROJAS Releases a new album ‘BLISS OF HEAVEN: Music of the New World’ Featuring Daniel Rojas, piano/composer Baldini Quartet (Brazil) Stephen Cuttriss, bandonéon “musical escapism at its finest… Rojas is a master of his craft, both as a pianist and composer” Limelight Magazine Irresistible rhythms and a melting pot […]

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  • Ephemera Quartet + Byron Mark Quintet Album launch

    Saturday 27th of March, 2021 The Foundry Book Now Ephemera Ensemble : a musical exploration of celestial landscapes such as pulsars, craters, planetary atmospheres, stars, sun and void. Merging the sound worlds of jazz and contemporary classical, and set to real space sounds and projections, it is a unique sonic experience. The ensemble is led […]

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  • Facebook is hiding JBMANDM’s page. Here’s how to follow us on other platforms

    Facebook is restricting users in Australia from sharing or viewing news content, including stories by us, in response to the federal government’s proposed legislation to force internet platforms to pay for news content. Earlier today it appeared my page was affected by the broader Facebook changes. Sharing of reviews and arts industry information has been […]

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  • Supporting The Future Of Dance In NSW

    We are thrilled to be brought on board to help raise awareness of this important service organisation to the creative industries. Ausdance NSW is the key support & advocacy body, for the creation, presentation and practice of dance in NSW. Ausdance NSW is the peak body for dance. They provide advice, advocacy, and dance programs in […]

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  • $20,000 Gallipoli Art Prize encourages entrants to think outside the square

    We’ve had some fascinating entries over the years for the Gallipoli Art Prize with the organising committee encouraging artists to think creatively about how the creed is to be interpreted in their artwork. “The Gallipoli Art Prize is ‘absolutely not’ about war and war-themed art, according to John Robertson, Director of the Gallipoli Memorial Club. […]

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