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July 2020

Grant Writing workshop for the Arts, Music and Creative Industries

30 July @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Grant Writing workshop for the Arts, Music and Creative Industries Learn how to put together a strong funding application in this grant writing workshop run by Selene Bateman from Auspicious Arts Projects Inc. The workshop/s will go through step by step how to approach the application process. It will include how to approach applications strategically, how to prepare a balanced budget, what should be included in your support materials, and what sort of language to use in your application. Specifically…

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Working Together Effectively- Arts Action Workshop (Online Delivery)

30 July @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Arts Action Workshops Online

A free upskilling and professional development program for creatives in regional communities. Supporting people to: get into action; work collaboratively; and refine innovative methods to develop arts enterprise models, pathways and networks. Workshop #2 WORKING TOGETHER EFFECTIVELY [for visual artists, arts workers and aspiring arts managers] To connect you to broader networks and ways to work more effectively with others. Through aligning individual and group goals, we explore the potential of working on new projects, collectively. Supporting the establishment of…

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POSTPONED – Pointe, Line and Surface – the history of ballet

31 July

POSTPONED – Pointe, Line and Surface – the history of ballet Abstract art intersects with modern ballet in Pointe, Line & Surface – the history of ballet. Using Wassily Kandinsky’s theoretical work on abstract painting as a starting point, ‘Pointe, Line and Surface’ defines and expresses the elemental nature of dance through three pieces exploring the themes of technique, alignment and movement and the evolution of classical dance through time. Theatre Seating / Licensed Bar

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POSTPONED – For Schools – Pointe, Line & Surface

31 July

POSTPONED – For Schools – Point, Line & Surface Dancebourne Arts Dancebourne Arts company artists will perform a workshop with young dance enthusiasts to work on technique and teach their classical repertoire.

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August 2020

Morning Showtime – California Dreaming

4 August

Morning Showtime – California Dreaming ‘Sweet Seasons’ presents California dreaming. A tribute to the Mamas and the Papas, Linda Ronstadt and Carole King Celebrate the timeless songs and stories that changed a generation. Relive the hits and share the memories with this sensational show. Tickets selling fast. Tuesday morning at 10.30am. Only $17 each Ticket   –  Group Discounts Available  Please call the box office to arrange a group booking or to receive the Morning Show VIP  price any 5 for…

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Geelong Symphony Orchestra – Strauss The Waltz King

8 August @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Carol Wang Bassoon Lee Abrahmsen Soprano Mario Dobernig Conductor Weber Andante e rondo ongarese Op.35 Johann Strauss II Selections Music by the undisputed waltz king of all time! This will be a concert of joy in three-four time – but Johann wasn’t just about waltzes and polkas! Experience a side of Strauss’ music that you may not have heard before and let us transport you back to old Vienna. This will be as much fun for the orchestra to play…

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Super Show | #WhereCreativityMeetsAtHome Live

8 August @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

It’s time to fasten your cape, lace up your dancing shoes and grab a hula hoop, because Fresh Creative Entertainment is bringing interactive digital entertainment for the whole family with The Super Show. This fast-paced dance and circus experience is perfect for the little ones up to eight years, and not only will it be ridiculously fun, but promotes the benefits of exercise and a healthy lifestyle. By the end of the stream, Super Benji and Super Shan will have the whole room running like…

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Bellarine Jongleurs

13 August - 15 August

Bellarine Jongleurs The original residents of the shed the Bellarine Jongleurs will be presenting a great now family production in 2020 featuring young people aged 6 – 16. IMPORTANT DATES Thursday 13th August, 7.30pm Friday 14th August, 7.30pm Saturday 15th August, 2.00pm Theatre Seating

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Kasper Raglus / James Price / Christopher Jewitt / Cat Bailey / Michael McCafferty / Nina Rose Prendergast

13 August - 6 September

Kasper Raglus / Never Over “For this new series of paintings I wanted to continue my exploration of physical and mental space. Creating the work during such an uncertain time influenced the colours and structure.” Local painter and musician Kasper Raglus plays a long game. Ignoring external distractions, he has steadfastly continued to refine the formal elements and pictorial symbols that populate his own singular sphere of geometric abstraction. The signature linear and angular motifs Kasper has employed and explored…

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POSTPONED: Skin of Our Teeth Productions presents: HYSTERICA

13 August @ 5:00 pm - 16 August @ 8:00 pm

Skin of Our Teeth Productions presents: HYSTERICA A Series of Monologues About Women We’ve Never Heard of…  HYSTERIC is a performance of eight new monologues about women we’ve never heard of but should have. This special presentation incorporates performance, art installation and a community-inspired gathering of photographs and stories. Written, directed and performed by regional theatre-makers and proudly presented by award-winning Skin of Our Teeth Productions and proudly supported by the City of Greater Geelong. Bookings are now open. Purchase…

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ONLINE- LIVE FRIDAY NIGHTS IN THE FREEZA

14 August @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

ONLINE- LIVE FRIDAY NIGHTS IN THE FREEZA Presented by: Coastal Productions, FReeZA and Surf Coast Youth  Tune in Friday nights in July and August to hear intimate performances from local Surf Coast youth musicians via the Surfcoast Shire social media pages on Facebook and Instagram. Enjoy Finnigan August at 8:00pm, Mink Mila at 8:30pm, Emily Suckling at 9:00pm & Jasmin Adria at 9:30pm. To get you in the mood, check out Finnigan August’s guitar playing prowess Tune in here on…

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Arts and Culture: Who’s Responsibility Is It?

18 August @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Arts and Culture: Who’s Responsibility Is It? Join Moderator journalist Ashleigh Wilson and Panel Members Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, MAV President and Councillor Coral Ross, Artistic Director Jacob Boehme, Artists Casey Bennetto and Lisa Roet, and Philanthropist Graeme Wood who will discuss the crucial role governments, artists, community and the private sector collectively play in fostering a thriving arts and culture sector now and into the future. Register here: https://web.cvent.com/event/

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Simon Gleeson and Natalie O’Donnell: Live in your Lounge Room | #WhereCreativityMeetsAtHome Live

21 August @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

As one of Australia’s leading musical theatre duos, Simon Gleeson and Natalie O’Donnell have starred in numerous musicals in Australia and the West End. Simon is known for his portrayal of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables and Natalie most recently delighted audiences as Donna in Mamma Mia. Not only have they shared some of the nation’s most prestigious stages, they also share a life, two kids and a dog. The ‘In Your Living Room’ performance will see Geelong’s internationally acclaimed…

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WALLFLOWERING

22 August

WALLFLOWERING Wallflowering by award winning Australian playwright Peta Murray, revolves around the lives of Peg and Cliff Small, an ordinary, suburban, middle aged couple who were once prize-winning ballroom dancers. This delightfully amusing and poignant play about marriage, happiness and the pursuit of the perfect foxtrot, features action interspersed with world class ballroom dancing by a younger couple, who represent not only Peg and Cliff in their glory days, but also the older couple’s idealised view of themselves. Theatre Seating…

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BSC Production

27 August - 29 August

BSC Production After a sellout season last year, Bellarine Secondary College are proud to present it’s 2020 School Production. The show will be announced early 2020 and will showcase the incomparable talent of the students from years 7-12. IMPORTANT DATES Thursday 27th August, 7.30pm Friday 28th August, 7.30pm Saturday 29th August, 7.30pm Theatre Seating  

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Digital Communities- Arts Action Workshop (Online Delivery)

27 August @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Arts Action Workshops Online

FREE  facilitated sessions to: connect and strengthen your networks; encourage you to be market ready; provide opportunities to broaden your reach; and gain new skills working collectively to expand your impact. Workshop #3 DIGITAL COMMUNITIES [for professional visual artists who want expanded market reach] To explore how connecting yourself effectively through digital links to the world, may provide new opportunities. Furthering links between your artwork and potential customers and strengthening community connections as a whole. Register now- https://popupart.com.au/goldenplains/

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Grant Writing workshop for the Arts, Music and Creative Industries

27 August @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Grant Writing workshop for the Arts, Music and Creative Industries Learn how to put together a strong funding application in this grant writing workshop run by Selene Bateman from Auspicious Arts Projects Inc. The workshop/s will go through step by step how to approach the application process. It will include how to approach applications strategically, how to prepare a balanced budget, what should be included in your support materials, and what sort of language to use in your application. Specifically…

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NEAL Workshop, Field recordings at home

28 August @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

NEAL Workshop, Field recordings at home   Learn how to create and use field recordings in this workshop facilitated by experimental Australian musicians. In this one hour online workshop, you will learn how to create your own composition like Habitat. Habitat is an experimental music project by Vicki Hallett, Jeremy Alsop and Steve Falk which combines field recordings of the endangered African forest elephant and improvised live music. This event is recommended, but not limited to, participants aged 14-25. Vicki…

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Bored in the house with Lash78 | #WhereCreativityMeetsAtHome Live

28 August @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Lash78 won’t leave you with a dull moment on your Friday night! Combining the vocal talents of sisters Lauren and Sheridan Harvey, inspired by a wide range of artists, their unique Pop/Rock sound resonates with all ages. After the release of their debut EP ‘Who’ the girls have been taking the Australian music industry by storm, landing the top finalist position in the Good Things Music festival 2019 and with a list of supports under their belt like Thirsty Merc,…

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September 2020

Geelong Small Business Festival

1 September - 18 September

The Geelong Small Business Festival is delivered by the City of Greater Geelong in partnership with the State Government to help businesses in Geelong grow and connect through events, webinars and workshops. The Geelong Small Business Festival offers a range of practical, interactive and innovative events that cover topics such as business development, marketing, social media, leadership, networking and financial management. All events are low cost or free, and are designed to help small to medium business owners improve their…

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Free Grant Writing Workshop

3 September @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Grant Writing Workshops for Geelong Creatives

Free Grant Writing Workshop – Arts, Music and Creative Industries The City of Greater Geelong, through the Arts & Culture Department, are offering a free grant-writing workshop for people working in the creative and cultural industries. Learn how to put together a strong funding application in this grant writing workshop run by Selene Bateman from Auspicious Arts Projects Inc. The workshops will go through step by step how to approach the application process. It will include: how to approach applications strategically how to…

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Selby & Friends

4 September @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Kathryn Selby piano Natalie Chee violin Julian Smiles cello Australian pianist Kathryn Selby created Selby & Friends in 2007 and her guest artists include many of the finest solo and ensemble performers from Australia and around the world. The series is widely considered “world class” and of “the highest possible level of performance” with many hailing Ms Selby as not only an “entrepreneurial force” but amongst the finest of Australian artists. She was awarded the AM as part of the…

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NEWK

5 September

NEWK By Kieran Carroll Written by award-winning Melbourne playwright Kieran Carroll and performed by the star of recent hit film The Merger, Damian Callinan, NEWK (The John Newcombe Story) traces the life of the great Australian tennis champion of the 1960s and 70s. Set in 2014 at Newk’s 70th birthday, the show is a wonderfully moving portrait – both drama and comedy – of a man striving for success as the game goes into full colour in the 1970s and beyond. Don’t forget to…

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FREE CMVic Music Software Workshop

7 September @ 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm

FREE CMVic Music Software Workshop CMVic will be running a series of online workshops for community music leaders who are already using, or who wish to use, music software to prepare music or songs for their groups, online and face-to-face. The first of these workshops will be on Monday 7th of September from 4.30pm to 5.45pm. The topic will be a brief overview of five key types of free software. Notation software: Musescore Digital Audio Workstations: Audacity Bandlab and Garageband…

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Morning Showtime – History of Music Hall

8 September

Morning Showtime – History of Music Hall My Old Man Said Follow The Van – straight to the Potato Shed where our historian/entertainer Colin Mockett will explain the history of Britain’s Old Time Music Hall. He’s helped, at enormous expense, by your very own entertainers Mr Ronald Sudden and the delectable Mistress Shirley Power. Tuesday morning at 10.30am Only $17 each Ticket   –  Group Discounts Available  Please call the box office to arrange a group booking or to receive the…

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Clever and Creative Lecture Series: Where creativity meets science and business

9 September @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Clever and Creative Lecture Series: Where creativity meets science and business Hear from internationally renowned design thinkers who will explore the role of design and creativity in bridging the knowledge and skill gap of cross-sector innovation. The presentations will be followed by a moderated Q&A session to tackle how creativity and design thinking could be embedded into your own innovation agenda. Please note: This is a FREE event. Booking are essential. To book and register to this event visit: Eventbrite…

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Life drawing workshop (a virtual event)

10 September @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Join Geelong Gallery for a facilitated life drawing workshop hosted by The Art Room’s Erika Gofton—learn some strategies for working with the figure to imbue energy and volume in your drawings from this highly skilled artist and teacher. The class will provide an opportunity for like-minded adults to connect through art and in this time of uncertainty, turn to drawing as a way to relax and be mindful. Pencil and paper required, although if you have access to more materials…

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Free Webinar Info Session Arts Industry Commissions (AIC)

14 September @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

*FREE* Info Session Webinar : Arts Industry Commissions (AIC) Program Situation: You have heard about the new Arts Industry Commissions offered through the Arts & Culture Department of the City of Greater Geelong. You have downloaded the EOI form from the Arts & Culture page , but you need more information (need to download the form? Visit the Arts & Culture page to download). Solution: Join the online webinar to hear more detail and ask more questions! Martin Paten (Manager, Arts & Culture) and Duncan Esler (Coordinator, Arts &…

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ONLINE: Recovery Roadmap Webinar #3: Communication in COVID and beyond

16 September @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

ONLINE: Recovery Roadmap Webinar #3: Communication in COVID and beyond With so many COVID communications, how do you stay relevant to your audience when they can’t actively participate? Looking at keeping in touch with your audience, keeping them engaged, and staying relevant to their changing needs. Co-produced by ArtsHub and Creative Victoria. This event is FREE and will be live captioned. Bookings are essential.   

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Talking art—in the studio with Cricket Saleh

17 September @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join Geelong Contemporary for Talking art—in the studio with Geelong-artist, Cricket Saleh. A unique opportunity to visit the studio of a practising artist, this live Talking art session moderated by Senior Curator, Lisa Sullivan, will give participants the chance to go behind-the-scenes. Hear how Cricket has managed throughout the changing environment of COVID-19 and her insights on how the pandemic is affecting contemporary artists. Cricket Saleh’s work This Too Shall Pass (2018) was proposed at the 2019 Geelong Contemporary soirée and purchased through the support of the John Norman…

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