For those of you that like your sounds with pictures comes “Sounds On Screen”. These are a series of music documentaries that will form part of the Sydney Film Festival.
From high atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge, we had the unique opportunity last night to join some 120 climbers as they helped (literally) light up celebrations for launch of Sydney's fourth annual VIVID Festival. Battling cold and blustery conditions, the climbers, covered in lights, were just one of the many ways the city was celebrating the launch of the festival.
Welcome to the 18th edition of the AU review’s ARTS review, where we present the latest Arts and Film news from around the country.
In This Issue: Mystery cinema surprises Sydney, Bill Nuttall resigns role as chairman of Melbourne Art Foundation, Federation Square lights the way with liturature, secrets for Etsy success revealed at Vivid Sydney, David Maurice Smith documents Hip Hop culture in NYC and David Strassman and his alter-egos return to Australia.
Welcome to the 16th edition of the AU review’s weekly ARTS review, where we present the latest news from the Arts and Film world.
In This Issue: Explore a history of iconic album covers at Blender Gallery, conversations about the art of criticism with Marc Fennell, debut Russian ballet at its finest with the Eifman Ballet Company, Art Gallery of New South Wales welcomes their re-vamped Australian galleries in style, and collectors delight at the Black and Gold record fair.
Brisbane's Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts will be launching a new series of all-ages concerts in May, called 'Cheap Thrills'!
Welcome to edition number 15 of the AU review’s ARTS review, where we feature the latest from the world of Arts and Film.
In This Issue: Circa debuts Australian tour in Adelaide, art for sight with ColourGRIND 2012, Craig Schuftan revisits the 90’s, artists explore their Interstate Romances, 100 bedrooms are exposed and the QCP presents Cuba in 2012.
Welcome to issue 14 of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly peek into what is going on in the world of Art and Film.
In this issue A look at iconic images of the Stones, traveling Roy Lichtenstein exhibition direct from the National Gallery of Australia, war and peace on display at the QUT Art Museum, and Trevor Ashley returns with a revamped Fat Swan.
Welcome to the lucky 13th addition of AU review’s ARTS review, where we present the latest news from the world of Art and Film.
In This Issue: Actor and comedian Judah Friedlander tours, huge Asian film line-up for10th annual Gold Coast Film Festival, writers in line for NT WordStorm 2012, Australians first exhibition for Australian Muslim women artists, and 22 Girls Smoking Weed.
Welcome to issue 12, our Easter Edition of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly venture into what is new in Art and Film.
In This Issue: ACMI explores the Bikie underworld of Sons of Anarchy, Adelaide Cabaret Festival program announced, Blake Prize calls for 2012 submissions, Aussie icons Cold Chisel visit a cinema near you, Big hART celebrates two decades, and A Chorus Line comes to Sydney.
Welcome to another edition of the AU review’s ARTS review, where we present the latest news from the world of Art and Film.
In This Issue: The art of Ouch My Face by Celeste Potter and Regurgitator’s Ben Ely, the Sydney Film Festival’s new pop-up event space, rare insight into 60’s rock'n'roll at the Crosby, Stills & Nash photographic exhibition and light bulbs go on for the Vivid Sydney festival of ideas.
Furlong in Below Zero
Fans of Science Fiction are a unique breed; they are a loyal, open-minded and adventurous lot who do not discriminate against the independent, low budget or unknown when they search for new and special examples of the genre. Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy films have continuously prevailed as the biggest blockbusters at the box-office, and yet every year hundreds of creative visionaries produce impressive independent films which will not see national cinematic release in Australia.
Welcome to the 10th edition of the AU review’s ARTS review, where we present all the latest news from the Arts and Film world.
In This Issue: Emerging burlesque artists compete for Australian title, African Film Festival Australia premiers, Daniel Ho visits for National Folk Festival, Video-game heaven at Federation Square, Street artist E.L.K nominated for Archibald with Father Bob, and WA calls for live music photography competition entries.
Welcome to issue 9 of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly glimpse into what is new and exciting in Australian Art and Film.
In This Issue: Line up announced for 2012 Sydney Comedy Festival, Adelaide Festival names new Chief Executive, Surfers Paradise is a crime scene for CSI Experience, applications open for Crack Theater Festival submissions, Roy’s celebrates re-opening with Vectorpunk exhibit and congratulations to the 2011 ISAAC awards winners.
Welcome to issue 8 of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly venture into the world of Art and Film.
In This Issue: Tex Perkins pays tribute to The Man In Black, Will Oldham stars in Rick Alverson’s new feature film, Marcel Blanch-de Wilt puts the ‘ Wânk’ in Fringe, Jazz musician Ed Partyka to perform along side WA Youth Jazz Orchestra and NIDA bring Ginsberg’s Howl to the stage.
Planet Québec have announced their massive SXSW party lineup! Over the incredibly hectic 5 days (March 13th-17th) at the noted Spill Bar, they'll be bringing the best of Québec's creative artists to Austin, Texas, to show off to the world.