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Heide Museum of Modern Art is only 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD and boasts a unique combination of art, architecture and landscape.
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Sep 25 - Oct 06
Miracle City starring Missy Higgins at Sydney Opera House
Oct 05 - 11
Win a double pass to All Of My Friends Were There presented by Melbourne Festival and Theatre Works on Thursday 5 October at 7.30pm.
A workshop for creative practitioners on managing an irregular income, what to charge, record keeping and more.
Panels, Lectures & Ideas
Who is using the world’s digital cultural collections, and how can we improve their experience?
Festivals & Programs
Oct 26 - Nov 19
The largest and oldest festival of Russian cinema outside of Russia, returns to selected screens across Australia and NZ this October and November.
With a new program, new artists and a new Tour itinerary, Tura New Music presents the finale concert of the 2017 Echo Tour through the Kimberley.
Performances & Gigs
Sep 29 - 30
More stories based on the much-loved picture book character created by Ted Prior
Sep 14 - 30
Everything is art* at The Melba - Seven extraordinary productions over three amazing weeks. Cabaret, comedy hypnosis, performance arts, Russian folk songs, and even something for the kids.
Experience the 'addictive sound' of the Tinalley String Quartet, together with one of Australia's most acclaimed pianists, Daniel de Borah.
Sep 27 - Oct 01
Let’s take a trip down unplanned-pregnancy lane and journey through the perilous and often thankless terrain of motherhood.
A confronting and dynamic live theatre and movement performance, examining the prejudices, discrimination and stigma experienced by people living with HIV.
Sep 21 - Oct 01
They said: ‘Do not play, in the Poison Garden…’
Experience the 'addictive sound' of the Tinalley String Quartet, together with the acclaimed pianist, Daniel de Borah.
Excommunicated televangelist Neville Umbrellaman brings you a late-night radio show for lonely people, featuring spiritual visions, romantic advice, insomniac callers, and guest performances.
Hear acclaimed American soprano Brenda Rae, guest conductor Benjamin Bayl and the ANAM Orchestra present a vocal feast, featuring works by Rameau, the rarely performed master of the French Baroque
These fun-filled sessions will include juggling, tumbling, mini tramp, static trapeze, aerial ring, tissu, hula hoops, tight wire and more.
This workshop covers copyright and intellectual property basics and how they apply to collaborative projects, structures for collectives to operate under and the governance implications of these, and
Who owns the copyright in your artwork when you are commissioned?
Design Disruptors reveals a never-before-seen perspective on the approaches of top disruptive companies and how they are overtaking billion dollar establishments through design.
Sep 25 - Oct 05
An intimate musical gem, What Rhymes with Cars and Girls weaves together the poetic songs from the ARIA award-winning debut solo album by Tim Rogers (You Am I) with words by award-winning playwright Aidan Fennessy.
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