• “Daughters” – World Premiere

    *$20 ticket offer* Daughters is a world premiere song-cycle that uses the haunting form of Portuguese fado, female voice and intimate musical accompaniment to evoke the strength and tragedy of women and girls lost to violence. Drawing on real-life stories, the 12 songs of Daughters are emblematic of a global crisis that affects 1-in-3 women […]

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  • The Big Anxiety Festival 2019 program is now live!

    Welcome to the Big Anxiety Festival 2019 The Big Anxiety is a cultural platform for direct engagement with mental health. Embracing diverse experiences across the vast spectrum of mental health, it examines what makes us anxious as individuals and social groups – from fears about the future to concerns about ourselves, other people and belonging, […]

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  • The latest news from Darwin to Dubai, Sydney Fringe events and more

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  • Internationally acclaimed Australian pianist returns to the Sydney Opera House

    Internationally acclaimed Australian pianist Sarah Grunstein “Passion and Intimacy” Sydney Opera House, Utzon Room Thursday 3 October at 7.30pm Beethoven, Chopin, Schumann’s Carnaval Sunday 3 November at 5.00pm Debussy, Beethoven, Chopin “penetrating musical intelligence… tempestuous…imbued with a luminous calm” – The New York Times Internationally acclaimed Australian pianist, Sarah Grunstein, returns to the Sydney Opera […]

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  • Autumn Enews – Dubai World Expo, Gallipoli Art Prize, Bach and more

    Autumn Enews – Two important deadlines for artists this month – Gallipoli $20 000 Art Prize entries close on 13 March and the Australian Cultural Program EOI in Dubai  for arts companies and artists closes on 29 March. Click here to read more

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  • EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Australian Cultural Program, World Expo 2020 in Dubai

    Australia will participate in the Dubai World Expo from 20 October 2020 to 10 April 2021. Jacqui Bonner Marketing and Management (JBMM) has been appointed by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to manage and deliver a Cultural Program that will showcase Australia’s cultural assets and heritage at the Australian Pavilion at the World […]

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  • Sarah Grunstein returns to the Sydney Opera House

    Internationally celebrated pianist, Sarah Grunstein, returns to the Sydney Opera House to preform J.S.Bach Goldberg Variations and will also be performing three works by composers heavily influenced by J.S.Bach : Beethoven, Brahms and Schumann. “penetrating musical intelligence…tempestuous…imbued with a luminous calm” The New York Times Tickets on sale August 8, 2018 BEETHOVEN BRAHMS SCHUMANN Beethoven Sonata Op. […]

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  • Support the Arts with a donation this end of financial year

    Just a warm nudge, if you support the arts and want to see more theatre, music, dance, design,art etc don’t forget to make a donation before June 30. Even the smallest amount helps and all donations over $2 are tax deductible. If you don’t know where to start – may I suggest organisations that support and […]

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  • Moorambilla Voices

    We are thrilled to be working with Moorambilla Voices to help raise their exposure nationally, increase their social media presence and creation of marketing communication and in particular, digital strategies. Moorambilla Voices helps uncover artistic excellence in regional children and youth, creating performances that showcase choirs, dance and Taiko. Repertoire that at its core seeks inspiration […]

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  • Autumn Enews 2018 – $20 000 Art Prize, Alice on tour and IWD.

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