‘The Don’ finally plays Geelong! An exhibition experience like no other, this amazing cricketing feast features over 50 selected original works by renowned artist Brian Clinton. The exhibition will include rare Bradman objects, memorabilia and images – some never before seen on public display – and artifacts from Geelong’s cricket tradition.
Local writers and performers from across the region bring 12 original plays to the Potato Shed. Each play is 12 minutes long. Some deal with the darker side of life while others will have you laughing in the aisles. This very popular series of original works is a must-see end of the year dramatic treat not to be missed.
While many people think being an artist may be the easiest thing in the world, making a living from it is actually a pretty tough act. That’s where the new app idea, Arti, by Codeacious comes in. They’ve designed an app for you iPhone, Samsung or whatever contraption you may have – provided it can download apps of some sort – where you can buy and sell artworks, but it’s so much more than that. We had a chat with app designer Ian Priddle, about the ins and outs of the app and how you can help make it a reality.
With another successful year ticked off, The Gordon Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design students are in the process of putting the finishing touches on their portfolios. From corporate branding, product packaging, great digital media and illustrations, the folios are brimming with eye-catching and attention to detail pieces.
Step into any one of the 20-plus Ghanda stores across Australia and you’ll find rack after rack of colourful slogans and detailed illustrations printed onto all your wardrobe essentials. It’s easy to appreciate the designs at face value, but you mightn’t fully realise how they came to be.
As a student it can be a hard fete trying to get your work taken seriously outside of the schooling community, but thanks to Trent Edwards, Media Studies teacher at Lara Secondary College and the Youth Development Unit at CoGG, it’s become a little bit easier.
What started as a friendship at work and a mutual love for the arts and photography, Daniel Horvat, James Cox and Joshua Maxwell de Hoog have since turned their passions into Analogue Academy: a café, gallery and film processing lab with the possibility to flow beyond that.
Gather your clan and come join us for the Daylesford Highland Gathering and enjoy a wee bit of Scotland in the picturesque tourist town of Daylesford. The Gathering includes a captivating Street March and a full day of drumming, piping and dancing at the picturesque Victoria Park, located at the southern entrance of Daylesford. Market stalls will tempt the tartan in you!
She may be seen as a woman who gets easily frustrated at things, but Kitty Flanagan has just as many loves as she does hates and Geelong just happens to be one of the former. “My favourite thing about touring is getting out and going outside the bigger cities,” she says.
Explore the fascinating world of wool embroidered canvas-work. With a bountiful use of colour and texture, Justin’s works are sewn by hand, and are designed to inspire, challenge and move. Every stitch breathes a life of its own.