Swan Lake is the most famous of ballets – perhaps the most loved classical ballet of them all. The tale of a Prince falling in love with a graceful Swan Princess is a signature of classical ballet, and one that will be heading to Victoria next month with the The Russian National Ballet Theatre.
Growing up in the country does something to you. For Geraldine Hickey, it made her an avid lover of sport in a town where, well, there wasn’t much else going on at the time.
Fix up a strong tea with no sugar and you’ll share something in common with how British comedian, Bill Bailey, likes his cup of tea. But the commonalities are likely to stop there, as Bailey would much rather consume his tea from a flask – and that’s exactly where his uniqueness begins each day.
The Bellarine Arts Trail offers a way for art lovers to gain insight into more than 40 local artists’ practice and their creative environments. Forté chat to one of the Arts Trail’s featured artist Libbet Loughnan, an artist who works in oil and acrylic on board, watercolour on paper and sculptures depicting animals, portraits and stories.
Local comedian Tait Middleton is helping to create a thriving comedy scene in rural Victoria. After holding several shows in pubs and venues across the Geelong region, Tait is heading back to Aireys Inlet Pub on October 15 – the location of one of his most fruitful turnouts.
After three long years of planning and for the first time in 2017, Geelong’s Oxygen College will be running a nationally accredited full time course for Visual Arts.
In a world premiere, Geelong’s Back to Back Theatre presents Lady Eats Apple. Directed by Bruce Gladwin, this a show that centres on death and explores different perspectives as it goes from the Garden of Eden to a medieval snowstorm and then to urban life and a pair of romantically involved cleaners. Taking storm as […]
Lily Mae Martin isn’t an artist who is about making pretty things. In her newest exhibition, Drawing, All the Time, women hide their faces under a blanket of hair as they twist and contort their naked bodies. Each artwork is as much about the subject as it is the way we perceive it.