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The 69 Smith Street Inc. and Gallery hosts a yearly
Contemporary Art Prize in honour of Ellen Mileo – a founding
volunteer member at the gallery – with the theme of “The Secret
With painting, thinking builds up gradually. Out on the canvas, after hanging in the imagination it gets plied, erased, smudged, and layered, rethought even, then left a day, or a year, until the painter returns to find irrelevance discoloring the oils.
Robert Frost’s poem, The Road Not Taken (best known as The Road Less Travelled) is the inspiration for Victoria University’s art collection exhibit.
Henna has been used over the centuries for many traditional and commercial purposes, the most common being as a dye for hair, fingernails, and of course skin.
The sense of a tremendous force, vastness and beauty that elicits awe, fear and veneration.
The contemporary art exhibition, Thereafter, is the third part of the Life, Death, Thereafter Trilogy curated by Mark Feary at Silvershot.
DVD Review of - Not Quite Hollywood - published by Madman Entertainment, (National Release). An exploitation film partially narrated by Quentin Tarantino and additional interviews with Dennis Hopper, and Barry Humphries.
Blowing Whistles, Bakehouse Theatre, (Adelaide).
Quantum of Solace, directed by Marc Forster, (National Release).
Stories of Love and Hate, Urban Theatre Projects’, Hazelhurst Gallery, (Sydney).
Our own particular truth, The Contextual Villains at Platform Artists Group, (Melbourne).
Macbeth Re-arisen, White Whale Theatre at trades Hall. (Melbourne).
The Cripple of Inishmaan, State Theatre Company of South Australia, Dunstan Playhouse, (Adelaide).
Triptych, De Quincey Co at Carraigeworks, (Sydney).
Captive, directed by Aleksei Uchitel, showing as part of The Russian Film Festival, (National Release).
Bob Franklin: Wild West Comedy Festival, Regal Theatre, (Perth).
Self.X.Posure by Natalie Taylor, Guildford Lane Gallery, (Melbourne).
Gay Conversion School Drop-out, Anthony Menchetti at The Factory, (Sydney).
The Snow White Conspiracy, directed by Serge Tampalini, Nexus Theatre, (Perth).
Jasper Knight - 1970s Disasters, Greenhill Galleries, (Perth).
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