SXSW never stops growing, getting bigger and bigger every day leading up to the event! Here's the news roundup:
We've got some killer news; while Bruce Springsteen was already announced as a keynote speaker for SXSW 2012, the news came out earlier this week that Springsteen and the legendary E Street Band will be playing a very special one off show!
Welcome to the 7th edition of the ARTS review, the AU review’s weekly look at the world of Art and Film.
In This Issue: Groundswell presents the Multicultural Arts Forum 2012, The Jane Austen Argument welcomed back to the Adelaide Fringe, Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Emily Barclay take to the stage at the Sydney Opera House, Aphrodite brings Love TV to Brisbane, and Barry Adamson makes his directorial debut.
SXSW Music Gear Expo announces list of exhibitors
Now in it's third year, the SXSW Music Gear Expo has announced the exhibitors for 2012.
The Music Gear Expo takes place in Exhibit Hall 5 of the Austin Convention Center during the music part of the convention, March 14th - March 17th.
Participating manufacturers so far include:
Welcome to the 6th edition of the AU review’s weekly ARTS review, where we present the latest news from the world of Arts and Film.
In This Issue: The Adelaide Fringe opening celebrations kick off, Steve Reich takes up residence at the Sydney Opera House, Mick Turner tours Dirty Three cover art exhibition, Brisbane neo-cabaret showcase and fresh new comedy theater at The Old Fitzroy.
As the rain poured and the lightning could be seen in the distance, the winners of the 20th Anniversary of Tropfest were announced by an impressive group of judges that included Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush and Toni Collette.
Winning the competition was "Lemonade Stand", by Director Alethea Jones of Melbourne.
Aussie rockers Faker have been added to Movie Extra Tropfest’s line-up of free entertainment, which also includes an afternoon performance by 2009 Tropscore winner Pluto Jonze, a giant bungee trampoline, photo booths, bucket loads of free things to take home, and of course world class short films on Sunday 19 February in Sydney’s Domain.
Welcome to issue 5 of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly venture into what is new in Art and Film.
In This Issue: OUTERWAVES performs for Brisbane Emerging Art Festival, call to arms for Biennale of Sydney, Joe Satriani in 3D, Corey Taylor book signing announced and Tropfest 2012 to open next week.
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: Places & Spaces presents the music of Hitchcock, See the best of Dave Carter’s animated shorts, Seasons of Change welcomes Autumn exhibition, Amsterdam gets ready for worlds largest dance event, GOMA opens late for Matisse enthusiasts, Android Jones tours digital art masterclass, Two brand new exhibitions at Object Gallery and Comedy-hypnotists Isaac Lomman.
Welcome to issue 3 of the AU review’s ARTS review, our weekly peek into the world of Art and Film.
In this issue The Persian International Film Festival to arrive in Sydney, Gaynor Tension brings her Broadway style to Mardi Gras, Sydney to debate the F-Word with Germain Greer, Australian Dance Theatre premiers Proximity for Adelaide Festival, Perry Keyes makes theatrical debut and Contemporary Dance Initiative open for WA applicants.
ME Bank Starlight Cinema has announced a stellar line up of films that will make up the 2012 season fo the North Shore's much loved outdoor cinema.
2012 will see another huge line up of Australian talent headed for the USA and Canada The Aussie BBQ turns 10 years young, celebrates with shows in LA, Austin as part of SXSW, Toronto as part of Canadian Music Week and New York this March.
The Aussie BBQ has come along away since the inaugural event at Emos Annex in 2003 that featured 8 of the 9 Australian acts invited to play the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Conference.
In our new news series, here's the latest news from the world of the arts...
In This Issue: Washington artwork to exhibit in Sydney, Sydney Dance Company announces new dancers, Strandbeest to roam Fed Square, Queens Street Stdio announces Residents, Alaska Project to present Samuel Hodge,
The third annual Australian Rolling Stone Magazine awards have been announced. Last year’s event was a huge, sweltering party (highlights – Paul Kelly turning up, Michael Chugg’s sweary tirade, Lupe Fiasco’s bodyguard, Art Vs Science’s DJ set, and a surprise display of beatboxing from Plan B’s cohort Faith SFX).
On 23rd February 2010, the SLAM rally saw 20,000 people march through Melbourne to the tune of AC/DC’s definitive ‘Long Way to the Top’, in protest against the Victorian Government’s misguided policy link between live music and violence. Out on the streets of our city, we showed our support and love for a truly great live music community.
The SLAM rally was the largest cultural protest in Australia’s history.