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Posted 10 Apr 2012 @ 1:29pm
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Jarrod Quarrell is an arresting artist. It becomes clear why the freedom of experimenting under the pseudonym of Lost Animal was a more enticing pursuit for Quarrell than St Helens, as great as that band was. Even with the talented Shags Chamberlain by his side, it’s Quarrell who captivates the attentive audience with his expressive mannerisms. It’s impossible to remain still when...

Posted 8 Mar 2012 @ 4:50pm
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One of Melbourne’s much loved music venues is on the search for a band booker to join its team.

 

Not for the faint hearted! The ideal candidate must possess:

 

- A minimum of 3 years working at a venue of similar capacity

- A very strong contact base within the music/promotions industry, with an emphasis on live music

- A phenomenal understanding of...

Posted 11 Jan 2012 @ 10:14am
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Breaking into the visual art world can be a cruel and complicated feat to achieve, especially if you want to make a buck or two along the way. But Perth-based artist Ben Barretto has accepted the challenge. The 24-year-old's unique installation art combines everyday objects, machinery and cloth with anything from paint smatterings to music and performance.

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Posted 6 Jan 2012 @ 9:58am
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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 30 Nov 2011 @ 5:13pm
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It’s true to say that most artists use their work as a way to document, relive or escape their lives and in South Yarra Art House’s exhibition, Elizabeth Holian’s life is out on display.

 

After having to cancel two previous exhibitions due to her battle with cancer, the internationally acclaimed artist’s surreal artwork can finally be enjoyed.  Holian, whom in 1998 was selected...

Posted 29 Nov 2011 @ 11:21am
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It wouldn't be fair to call Straight To You a tribute show. While Nick Cave is still alive and well, it'd be more apt to dub Straight To You a 'Celebration of Life'. Cave's influence is far-reaching enough that a variety of Australian artists, spanning across genres, came together under the guidance of Cameron Bruce for a Friday night that will easily be etched in the memory of everyone in...

Posted 28 Nov 2011 @ 9:35am
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"WBYK began in 2006 making screen printed band posters. It was something we both worked on at night after we finished our day jobs. Now it is our day job. We have other things we do at night now." Sonny Day and Biddy Maroney are living the dream. So many people wish that their hobby could be a self-sustaining career move, but so few realise that dream. The Newtown, Sydney based duo started out...

Posted 12 Oct 2011 @ 10:06am
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It’s getting hard to contain the anticipation for the country’s leading open-air electronic festival, and the latest announcement of talent isn’t making things easier. 

 

To pique those palpable excitement levels just that little but further, a fresh batch of artists has just been unveiled. The October announcement includes James Harcourt, Behind Blue Eyes, Emok, Gabriel Ananada...

Posted 21 Sep 2011 @ 9:30am
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“It’s just one of those CDs that if you love NRG then you will love it. If you don't really know about NRG, then I'd say it’s just the perfect sound for everything – the barbecue, training and it’s the perfect mix for in the car.” Having gained a fanbase for his work on Wild FM back when he was 17, superstar DJ Alex K (which slips off the tongue slightly quicker than Alex Karbouris) has since...

Posted 27 Sep 2011 @ 11:15am
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In the month of October, NGV will open one of its latest exhibitions: British Watercolours 1760-1900: The Age Of Splendour.

 

The exhibition will showcase works by Britain's most celebrated eighteenth century artists including J.M.W. Turner and William Blake.
 
The NGV is also delighted to announce that on display for the first time will be the most recent...

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