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Posted 30 Mar 2012 @ 4:34pm

You generally wouldn’t put law and digital artistry together, would you? Well, tell that to Angus Christophersen. 

 

A lawyer-turned-digital artist, Angus’ work explores the digital artefacts of pornography and consumer culture. Angus shows the eroticism of the moment before the image, before completeness. In an age where we want everything right here, right now, and are...

Posted 6 Jan 2012 @ 9:58am

Red Bennies – it's the place that just keeps on giving. Australia's hottest new Circus & Variety Agency – Australian Circus Artists (ACA), will officially launch its Melbourne branch at Melbourne's most notorious cabaret venues later this month. 

 

Notably having flourished in the past decade, the art form continues to evolve and adapt, incorporating traditional styles with...

Posted 16 Nov 2011 @ 11:27am

The music scene in inner-city Sydney in the early 1980s was, according to historical rock'n'roll record, a vibrant environment inspired by the lingering spirit of Radio Birdman and its Detroit Rock antecedents.

 

With its lo-fi pop sound, The Lighthouse Keepers seem at odds with that prevailing aesthetic - maybe it's...

Posted 24 Oct 2011 @ 1:18pm

After their triumphant season in 2009 with Raise The Red Lantern, The National Ballet of China are returning to Melbourne in an Australian-exclusive season of one of China’s most famous classic love stories. 

 

Described as China’s Romeo & Juliet, The Peony Pavilion will be brought to our shores for a limited number of shows. A deeply romantic tale of the power of love over...

Posted 16 Aug 2011 @ 4:01pm

It's time to see the person, not the disability.

 

More than 140 Victorian artists will have their paintings, photography and poetry on show at the State Trustees' annual art exhibition, connected.
 
State Trustees' Managing Director, Tony Fitzgerald, said that connected gives Victorian artists with disability or mental illness the opportunity to have their voice...

Posted 9 Aug 2011 @ 4:47pm

The most shameful thing about death is that it can be quite unexpected. It's also not easy when someone that is still so young, someone that has offered so much with still so much to offer, is laid to rest. Such is the case with Melbourne independent filmmaker, Anna Kannava.

 

Having been born in Cyprus in 1959 and migrating to Australia in 1974, Ms Kannava passed away at the age...

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