At some point of our childhood many of us are taught how to knit. For Ruth Marshall her experience was much the same, though when her mother and aunt taught her how to knit they never would have guessed she’d go from knitting cardigans for her teddy bears to life-sized pelts of various animals for her exhibition Vanished into Stitches.
Stuart Campbell’s portraits record the actors, directors and writers of the cinema renaissance of the 1980s known as the Australian New Wave. Campbell (1951-2009), who was born in Ballarat, studied at Swinburne Technical College in Melbourne where his love affair with photography began. In 1972 he moved to Sydney and studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art.
The hugely popular Faulty Towers has become a must see event at the Vue Grand, performing up to ten shows at the hotel per year. In place of the traditional stage, the actors perform amongst the tables, and even on top of the tables, and act as the hosts for the evening.
This August, Craft Cubed returns, this time with a major focus at Fed Square as well as venues big and small across Melbourne & regional Victoria. Craft Cubed is Craft’s annual festival of experimental, skilled and ideas-based craft and design.
Anglesea played host to its annual One Act Play Festival, over the weekend just gone, Saturday August 16 to 17. Held at the Anglesea Community Hall, theatre groups from all over the state attended and performed a number of short single act plays ranging from 20-45 minutes long.
Come embrace and enjoy the experience of ETCH studios artists’ newest and current work over a glass of wine. Grab the opportunity to meet each uniquely talented artist and discover their ways of processing ideas and how their work progresses from initial concept to finished work.
Following an action-packed national tour crossing Arnhem Land, a Sydney Big Top season, then a smash-hit international tour across America to Montreal, Circus Oz rockets into Geelong with their brand spanking new show But Wait…There’s More.