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NEWS OF THE ARTS

Arts News Weekly: 25th November 2013

In This Issue: Coke & Sympathy: A Rock & Roll Cabaret, The Trust Company launches free teaching module, new mentorship program from Critical Path, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, new program announced for Utzon Music Series, new degree on offer at Sydney College of the Arts, Relative Constructions art collective launch new project, Les Vepres Siciliennes to screen across Australia, Red Stitch Actors Theatre accounts new season, Secret Symphony to play at Designing 007 exhibition, The Yarraville Club presents Frank Woodley.

Arts News Weekly: 17th November 2013

In This Issue: John Waters This Filthy World Vol 2, Spiegelworld's Vegas Nocturn and Empire, FBi Radio's 'Brush With Fame', National Art School Graduate Exhibition, Legend of Four Seasons show, James Packer's Sydney Arts Fund, Images of the King photo exhibition, Yarraville Club comedy night with Mick Molloy, 40 Years of Mushroom & Melbourne's Music Culture exhibition, new game Gravitate in Fed Square, The King and I, FRINGE WORLD Festival, The Gov Gallery presents 'Vibrance', and French fashion at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

The Desmond & Molly Jones D.I.Y Do's Workshop Project!

Desmond & Molly Jones are offering four workshop sessions at their salon in Surry Hills for you to learn new D.I.Y skills! The workshops are listed below. D.I.Y Dads: The ultimate workshop for Dads to spend Sunday with their daughters, over coffee and cupcakes as you learn a series of hair techniques such as braiding, ponytailing and simple up do’s.

Queensland Art Gallery presents the upcoming exhibition Cai Guo-Qiang: Falling Back to Earth

Internationally renowned contemporary artist Cai Guo-Qiang is bringing his first solo exhibition to Australia. The beautifully designed exhibition titled Falling Back to Earth will be exhibited at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) 23 November 2013 – 11 May 2014 Brisbane location only.

Arts News Weekly: 5th November 2013

In This Issue: Michael Rossiter exhibition, Coranderrk, Golgol's The Government Inspector, Warwick Thornton's The Darkside, Australian Chamber Choir, New Hola Sol Festival Cantina, 19th Biennale of Sydney, FRINGE WORLD Festival, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels extends run to December, Billy Blue College of Design and more...

Adelaide Festival unveils 2014 program!

With the official launch happening this evening at the Adelaide Festival Centre, the program for the 2014 Adelaide Festival has been unveiled! The annual festival which draws thousands through to South Australia to witness a diverse program of music, visual art, theatre, dance and more, has gone above and beyond in pulling together the program for next year.

Film News Weekly: 25th September 2013

In this issue: Kim Williams to deliver lecture at SPAA's Screen Forever, a DVD release for Broken, The Returned running on Foxtel's Studio, Tropfest gets an extension and make your own film... about cannibals!

ACO (Australian Chamber Orchestra) Virtual to open at MCA in Sydney today!

Already exhibited at the Gold Coast City Gallery, ACO (Australian Chamber Orchestra) Virtual will be opening at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Sydney today. ACO Virtual allows the audience to use a touchscreen app to remix and control the Australian Chamber Orchestra in anyway they see fit, with 39 simultaneous video files at their disposal.

'Wired for Melbourne Sound' taking place at the National Gallery of Victoria from September 28!

Kicking off on September 28, The Studio at the National Gallery of Victoria will be transformed into a properly functioning recording studio where Batman Park - a collection of Melbourne musicians - will be writing, recording and producing an EP especially for the NGV's Wired For Melbourne Sound exhibition.

The Sydney Theatre Company's "Romeo and Juliet" begins preview sessions at the Opera House from tonight!

Possibly the most famous love story known is getting another modern twist, this time, by the Sydney Theatre Company. The STC's adaptation of Shakespeare's classic Romeo and Juliet begins its preview run at the Opera House tonight!

Andrew Upton reveals the 2014 program for the Sydney Theatre Company!

The 2014 program for the Sydney Theatre Company has been revealed by the Artistic Director, Andrew Upton. For his first season as solo Artistic Director, Upton has pulled together an incredible lineup of performances which demonstrates that playwrights have indeed remained at the heart of the program for next year.

Film News Weekly: 13th September 2013

In this issue: Satire at its best with Gina Rinehart, Hollywood news about The Man From U.N.C.L.E, Catching Fire has a fashion line, go behind the scenes with Rihanna, The Wind Rises has an Aussie distributor, experience some Hendrix, Better Man has a DVD release, so does Hooligan and Mr. Pip gets a film poster

Film News Weekly: 6th September 2013

In this issue: Box Office news from The Mortal Instruments and The Conjuring, Ben Affleck as Batman, releases for Ender's Game and Top of the Lake, casting news for The Hunger Games and 50 Shades of Grey, SPAA announces their ones to watch and their keynote speaker at Screen Forever, trailers for Captain Phillips, The Turning and Mr. Pip, new stuff at ACMI, good news for Vevo plus more!

Film News Weekly: 24th August 2013

In this issue: Possible Worlds Film Festival announces winners, The Best Offer starring Geoffrey Rush coming soon, visit Golden Age Cinema - opening in Sydney soon, Sydney Underground Film Festival fast approaching, Capitol Couture for Catching Fire, Winter's Tale has a release date and The Expendables 3 is now in production.