The program, Living in Queerantine, will award 10 grants of $1,000 each to produce a work on a queer theme that can be showcased on Midsumma’s online platforms.
Last night saw one million people download the COVIDSafe app with doctors and nursing – those on the frontline – backing the technology and calling on the public to jump on board with it and help save lives.
The funding will provide immediate support to Victorian arts organisations and individuals, helping them sustain employment, develop new works, provide opportunities for creative community participation and keep Victorians connected through the Coronavirus crisis.
The photos feature major Melbourne sites, including Flinders Street Station, Bourke Street, Little Bourke Street, Queen Victoria Market, the Old Exhibition Building, Southern Cross Station, and many more.
Internationally recognised street artist Rone turned the three unused silos from an ‘eyesore’ into an artwork that celebrated the city back in 2017.
Season 2 has finally arrived on Netflix, welcoming comedian and TV personality Ricky Gervais back to our screens.
Named Our Heritage, Our Collection, this digital exhibition celebrates the City of Greater Geelong’s Heritage in 50 objects, selected from the themes War, Wool and Work.