Contemporary and historical artworks shift between dance, music and vocal performance in The Score

Spanning all three floors of the Ian Potter Museum of Art at Melbourne University, is an exhibition that explores music and dance notation from Medieval manuscripts through to graphic notation of the 1960s, alongside artworks and performances. Curated by Jacqueline Dought, The three-month long exhibition The Score features international and Australian artists from the early 20th century to today.... Read More | Share it now!

We get an inside look at the Melbourne Zoo’s National Geographic Photo Ark Exhibition

The National Geographic Photo Ark Exhibition has made its way to Australia and can I just say, what an absolute privilege it is to have it nestled at our own Melbourne Zoo. The Nat Geo family has always been a huge inspiration to a lot of people in not only educating them about our wondrous animal life, but also sharing their story through photos and videos.... Read More | Share it now!

We explore the expansive exhibition Gladiators: Heroes of the Colosseum at Brisbane’s Queensland Museum

Opening late last month at Brisbane’s Queensland Museum, Gladiators: Heroes of the Colosseum is an expansive and interactive look at one of Ancient Rome’s best known traditions and one of the Eternal City’s most enduring symbols. Curated in conjunction with some of Rome’s most prominent museums and institutions, Gladiators is a Brisbane exclusive, and I went along to check it out!... Read More | Share it now!

Interview: Peter Lord and David Sproxton of Aardman Animations open about the future of animation and their legacy

There’s no doubt you’ve seen the work of Aardman Animations at some point in your lives. Some of you grew up with it, some of you are just discovering it now and some of you are sharing it with your own kids and reminiscing on the good old days. ACMI has done it once again; they have curated an exhibition of world-class proportion featuring the masterpieces of Peter Lord, David Sproxton and Nick Park. You’ll see all your favourite characters, how they came to life and the epic sets from your beloved films and TV series. It was such a thrill speaking to the founding creatives of this amazing company, where they explained where animation is going and the potential for Wallace and Gromit to be on stage again some day.... Read More | Share it now!

POPSART: Metro Arts intimately takes over, with masturbation master classes, geo-politics and queer narratives.

The emergence of participatory art with a desire to move viewers out of the role of passive observers into the role of co-creators has been evolving for decades in contemporary art and theatre practice and theory. In the 70’s, artist and activist Joseph Beuys created the term “Social Sculpture” to illustrate his idea of art’s potential to transform society in which everyone has the potential to be an artist.... Read More | Share it now!