Can a woman be a wingman? The Desperettes, a cabaret trio from Melbourne, are here to show us how we can apply the art of being a “wingman” to the modern woman, bringing their production A Lady’s Guide To The Art Of Being A Wingman to Melbourne’s The Butterfly Club for a May run, bending gender stereotypes and highlighting the ridiculous tactics used in the modern dating world.... Read More | Share it now!
Melbourne’s threeOclock gallery will become home to a new exhibition this Mother’s Day, dubbed A Girl’s Place. Developed and curated by artist Kim de Kretser, the pop up gallery features art and galleries that explore social and environmental themes through installation art, film and public speaking sessions. The powerful new exhibition will be based around stories of cities, through a variety of young women’s perspectives.... Read More | Share it now!
Three of Sydney’s largest cultural institutions, The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Carriageworks and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia are curating a new city-wide exhibition to showcase and support Australian art. Taking place over a six year period, The National: New Australian Art will present three editions in 2017, 2019 and 2021, connecting The Domain, Redfern and Circular Quay. Acting as the only large scale, multi-venue art exhibition that Sydney has to offer, the event will act as a counterpart to the Biennale of Sydney, Australia’s largest contemporary arts festival.... Read More | Share it now!
Joining The Australian Ballet‘s 2016 program is Stanton Welch‘s Romeo and Juliet, which will be presented by Houston Ballet. Debuting in Australia, and following a huge world premiere in 2015, this remake of the unmistakably beautiful love story will be coming to the Arts Centre Melbourne for an exclusive season performance. The Houston Ballet will be touring to Melbourne with a cast of 91 crew members and performers, and will be accompanied on stage by the Victorian Orchestra.... Read More | Share it now!
Netflix fans rejoice! Dean Strang and Jerry Buting, defence attorneys on binge watch favourite Making A Murderer will visit Australia later this year, speaking to audiences across the country about the show and the American legal system. Australian fans are invited to watch and participate in a moderated discussion and Q&A session with the two lawyers, with five dates set for early November.... Read More | Share it now!