Back to Back Theatre Geelong Set To Tour Internationally

Posted 14 November 2019

Back to Back Theatre Geelong Set To Tour Internationally GET READY FOR SOME BIG NEWS! DRUM ROLE PLEASE …. Back to Back Theatre’s major work, THE SHADOW WHOSE PREY THE HUNTER BECOMES will tour to the United States in January – February 2020! The performance feature is about five activists with intellectual disabilities, holding a Read More »

The Christmas Festive Season Has Arrived !

Posted 14 November 2019

The Christmas Festive Season Has Arrived ! The building’s Gheringhap Street façade has come alive again this year in an animated light show delighting people of all ages!! Many people will be familiar with the amazing work of Local artist Matt Bonner who has brought colour and light to the grand facade of City Hall Read More »

Join artist John Scurry in a floor talk this weekend

Posted 14 November 2019

Join artist John Scurry in a floor talk this weekend Have you viewed John Scurry’s new series of abstract paintings currently displayed at the Geelong Gallery ? If not make sure you take a visit before the 24th of November! Or join John Scurry this weekend as he discusses his most recent series in a Read More »

GET READY! Get Set … Your New Arts Center Opens Tonight!

Posted 7 November 2019

  GET READY! Get Set … Your New Arts Center Opens Tonight Tonight the doors to YOUR new Art’s Centre open in an exciting launch! Thursday, 7 November at 6pm. GET READY TO HELP CELEBRATE the 38-year-old centre as it has developed and grown, creating a striking new landmark and adding to Geelong’s credentials as a Read More »

Uncover and discover MORE through stories about YOUR city, Geelong!

Posted 7 November 2019

Uncover and discover MORE through stories about YOUR city, Geelong! Historical art and story-telling project Bronze Stories will be launched at Johnstone Park on the 17 November 2019, 03:00 PM – 04:00 PM. Ten amazing local stories from the Wadawurrung people, convicts, migrants, the gold rush, WWI and WWII have been immortalised on bronze plaques Read More »

A new major Performing Arts framework

Posted 7 November 2019

A new major Performing Arts framework A new framework has been developed within the Performing Arts sector. This will enable companies funded under the new framework, known as Partnership Organisations, to benefit from the stability of up to eight years of funding. The new National Performing Arts Partnership Framework is now available on the Australia Read More »

Jack Bayley launches his 2nd solo exhibition as a practising artist

Posted 7 November 2019

At 96, Jack Bayley launches his 2nd solo exhibition as a practising artist CHAOTICA – 11th -30th November 2019 Jack Bayley is a phenomenon. At 96 years of age he is still a practising artist, making work that reflects his interest in chaos as a form of order. In only his second solo exhibition, CHAOTICA Read More »

FREE Remembrance Day Performance of The Mission

Posted 1 November 2019

  You’re invited to a FREE Remembrance Day performance of the acclaimed WWI theatre show “The Mission” on Monday 11 November (5:30pm) at Courthouse Youth Arts. The Mission tells the story of Allan McDonald: a “Fighting Gunditjmara” man from South-West Victoria, who was one of Australia’s first Indigenous soldiers to enlist for war. Allan fought at Read More »

New Creative Career Pathways For Young First Peoples

Posted 31 October 2019

New Creative Career Pathways For Young First Peoples Opportunities for Young First Peoples are here ! The Victorian Government is supporting young creatives to think seriously about their careers. This will provide the chance for individuals to work at some of Victoria’s most exciting artistic organisations! Launched this week was the First Peoples Creative Industries Read More »

Open House At Geelong Arts Centre

Posted 31 October 2019

Open House At Geelong Arts Centre Eager to see inside your new arts centre? Geelong Arts Centre is throwing open their doors for a FREE public open house !  With the community being an important part to the Geelong Arts Centre they are eager to share this experience with you. There will be entertainment and Read More »

Explore the Northern Bellarine Trail, Witness Local Talent

Posted 31 October 2019

Explore the Northern Bellarine Trail, Witness Local Talent Northern Bellarine Arts Trail LOOKING FOR AN ALTERNATIVE EVENT FROM THE RACES THIS WEEKEND, SOMETHING DIFFERENT? WHY NOT ESCAPE DOWN TO THE BEAUTIFUL BELLARINE PENINSULA AND VIEW SOME INCREDIBLE ARTWORK! WITNESS A DIVERSE RANGE OF TALENTED ARTISTS AMONG THEIR STUDIO SPACES THIS CUP WEEKEND. In a first Read More »

Announcing 𝙍𝙀𝙁𝙇𝙀𝙓 | 𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙁𝙪𝙩𝙪𝙧𝙚 𝙤𝙛 𝙤𝙪𝙧 𝘾𝙧𝙚𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚 𝘾𝙤𝙢𝙢𝙪𝙣𝙞𝙩𝙮

Posted 31 October 2019

A CREATIVE SYMPOSIUM PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN GEELONG ARTS CENTRE AND DEAKIN UNIVERSITY, SUPPORTED BY THE CITY OF GREATER GEELONG Coinciding with the opening of the Geelong Arts Centre’s ambitious $38.5m Ryrie Street Redevelopment, and presented in partnership with Deakin University, Reflex – The Future of Our Creative Community explores the inter-connectivity between artist, infrastructure and Read More »

World Ballet Day Celebrations

Posted 24 October 2019

World Ballet Day Celebrations Many witnessed and glanced at life behind the scenes for leading dance companies such as The Australian Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet and The Royal Ballet in celebration of World Ballet Day yesterday. First held in 2014, World Ballet Day sees cameras go behind the scenes at some of the world’s leading ballet Read More »

The Ultimate Junkyard Playground Pop-Up 

Posted 24 October 2019

The Ultimate Junkyard Playground Pop-Up THIS TIME THE KIDS ARE IN CHARGE! The Ultimate Junkyard Playground is a place where kids 6-16yrs of age are the lead artists, architects, designers and builders. Supported by a team of professionals and supplied with recycled and reclaimed building supplies, saws, hammers and drills over 2 days they design Read More »

Open Mic Night this Saturday !

Posted 24 October 2019

Open Mic Night this Saturday ! A Live Music and Performance Opportunity is here for you. Join in on a fantastic night of live music and performance this Saturday. Located at the Eastern Hub the night will set to kick off at 7pm. There are still a few slots available for performers/musicians/poets/spoken word etc. If Read More »

Exhibition Celebrates the International Day of People with Disability

Posted 24 October 2019

Exhibition Celebrates the International Day of People with Disability A pop up art exhibition is being launched in central Geelong to celebrate International Day of People with Disability. Do you know someone or perhaps you may like to submit an artwork ? City of Greater Geelong invites people with a lived experience of disability to Read More »

Sound Stage Project Boosts Victoria’s Screen Industry

Posted 24 October 2019

Sound Stage Project Boosts Victoria’s Screen Industry A new giant sound stage and a partnership with Hollywood leader Dick Cook will supercharge Victoria’s screen industry, injecting millions of dollars into the economy and supporting hundreds of new jobs. Docklands Studios Melbourne (DSM) has announced the construction of a new $46 million sound stage. At 3,700sqm, Read More »

We have an alternative Melbourne Cup holiday plan for you!

Posted 17 October 2019

Not into the carnival that is the Melbourne Cup?  We have an alternative Melbourne Cup holiday plan for you!  Queenscliff’s legendary Blues Train has limited tickets available on Saturday 2 November.  Great music, delicious seasonal menu and some of the finest wines from the Bellarine, The Blues Train is a complete-music-festival-in-one-night-on-a-moving-heritage-train.  Make it a long long weekend Read More »

Free Project Management Workshops for Community Groups

Posted 17 October 2019

Do you have great Arts Project Ideas for your Community Group? Would you like to develop your ideas using Project management Tools? You can sign up for this series of two, three hour Training Sessions. Two Mondays 11 & 18 November 6pm – 9pm OR Two Tuesdays 12 & 19 November 11am – 2pm Please Read More »

Dancing Heads Music Festival returns

Posted 17 October 2019

Dancing Heads Music Festival returns with DJ sets from Cosmo’s Midnight and Bag Raiders Following the success of last year’s sold-out, inaugural event which featured the likes of Client Liaison, Dan from Cut Copy, Fleetmac Wood, Groove City, and Dean Turnley, Dancing Heads Music Festival is returning for its second edition. Held once again at Read More »

Back to Back Theatre’s major new work announced

Posted 17 October 2019

Three invigorating years of creative development have culminated in an outstanding premiere season of Back to Back Theatre’s major new work, “The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes”. We were honoured to be joined by many wonderful guests at last night’s Melbourne premiere, including the incredible Robyn Archer AO, who said of the work: “As Read More »

We The Makers Design Festival – Designer Showcase GEELONG !

Posted 10 October 2019

We The Makers Design Festival – Designer Showcase GEELONG !   A UNESCO City of Design festival, We The Makers is a major new biennial Design Festival from the National Wool Museum in Geelong that showcases the work of makers, designers and artists. We The Makers Design Festival invites fashion designers, makers and artists to make headwear, Read More »

Film Screening “Forged From Fire” This Friday Night !

Posted 10 October 2019

Film Screening “Forged From Fire” This Friday Night ! Fancy a relaxed movie night this Friday ? Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery has got you covered ! The Screening of “Forged From Fire” will be featured! If you are a firefighter, mental health worker, artist or just someone that would like to see how Read More »

Pride Events and Festivals Fund Applications Are Closing Soon !

Posted 10 October 2019

Pride Events and Festivals Fund Applications Are Closing Soon ! BRING YOUR EVENT DREAMS TO LIFE ! Whether it’s events that promote LGBTIQ arts and culture, celebrate diversity, and/or build resilience against LGBTIQ discrimination – this fund could be a fantastic opportunity for you ! Applications that seek to support events or festivals for the Read More »

Get Serious About YOUR Music Goals – Meet Key Music Industry Reps

Posted 10 October 2019

Get Serious About YOUR Music Goals – Meet Key Music Industry Reps THIS MONTH MEET THE LOCALS – GEELONG ! THURSDAY, 31 October. Doors open 5:45pm, 6pm-8:30pm event. Beav’s Bar, 77-79 Little Malop Street, Geelong 3220 RSVP: via Eventbrite Our Meet The Locals series is coming to Geelong. This is your opportunity to get up Read More »

Kinky Boots Performance

Posted 3 October 2019

Kinky Boots Performance KINKY BOOTS Opening Night is just around the corner bursting on to Geelong’s stage this October ! Don’t miss out ! BOOK YOUR TICKETS TODAY! October 4th- 12th  Inspired by true events, Charlie Price has reluctantly inherited his father’s shoe factory, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. Trying to live up Read More »

Victorian Museums & Galleries Forum – One Day Event!

Posted 3 October 2019

Victorian Museums & Galleries Forum – One Day Event! The Victorian Museums & Galleries Forum is a one-day event dedicated to discussing trending topics in the museum and gallery sector. This year the forum will be held on Tuesday 15 October at Deakin Downtown, Melbourne. The ‘Healthy Museum’ theme is at the forefront of new Read More »

Open Gardens Around the Borough of Queenscliff

Posted 3 October 2019

Open Gardens Around the Borough of Queenscliff 10 am – 5pm Saturday 19 October Spring is in the air ! A special treat is on offer for gardeners and those who enjoy beauty and the outdoors.  Five diverse and inspiring gardens around Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale will be open to the public on Saturday 19 Read More »

Environmental Film Festival Australia Coming Soon

Posted 26 September 2019

The Environmental Film Festival Australia Coming Soon 24 OCTOBER – 1 NOVEMBER 2019 As important environmental issues arise, we can act, explore, engage and inspire. The Film Festival aims to traverse the relationship between humans and their environments, challenging the way people think about the natural world. Identifying important environmental issues encouraging individuals to become Read More »

HERSTORY Trail Now Live

Posted 26 September 2019

HERSTORY Trail Now Live Geelong is celebrating the strengths and achievements of local women through a digital project, aiming to inspire the next generation of women and leaders of the community. Raising awareness about the need to make gender equity and equality of women an integral element of our society. HerStory tells the untold stories Read More »

Apply Quickly Contemporary Music Tour Program Is Closing Soon

Posted 26 September 2019

Apply Quickly The Contemporary Music Touring Program (C.M.T.P.) Is Closing Soon Are you an Australian artist/musician ? This program offer could be suited to you ! Applications are closing promptly so be sure to get your application in quick. The Contemporary Music Touring Program aims to provide support to national touring activities undertaken by Australian Read More »

Victorian Seniors Festival Is Just Around The Corner

Posted 19 September 2019

Victorian Seniors Festival Is Just Around The Corner As apart of the Victorian Seniors Festival, why not take a short trip down the Bellarine to Queenscliff Town Hall next month! Wednesday 16th October. Engage and become immersed in the productions of “Getting Dressed with Jane” and “A Most Patient Persuasion” from the Jane Austen repertoire Read More »

Enter The Third Space Art Prize Today

Posted 19 September 2019

Enter The Third Space Art Prize Today ! Expressions of Interest Are Open Now For The Third Space Gallery “A KALEIDOSCOPE CITY” – Focusing on interpretations of central Geelong (excluding the waterfront). In partnership with Revitalising Central Geelong, Creative Geelong and Third Space Gallery encourage submission of works from those within the G21 responding to Read More »

An Interview With Award-Winning Jazz Vocalist Amelia Evans

Posted 19 September 2019

Interview With Award-Winning Jazz Vocalist Amelia Evans Amelia Evans Set To Perform Next Month In Geelong Ahead of her October 13 performance as part of Geelong Jazz Soirées, we recently sat down with award-winning vocalist Amelia Evans to find out about her successful jazz career to date. Is this your first time performing in Geelong? Read More »

Seeking A Music Professional For The Position Of Choir Director

Posted 19 September 2019

Seeking A Music Professional For The Position Of Choir Director The Tides of Welcome Community Choir are seeking a music professional for the position of Choir Director!! Experience in music performance and choir direction highly preferred. Rehearsals are held in Queenscliff on a week night during school terms. If you are interested in the position Read More »

A Classic French Film Screening This Weekend

Posted 12 September 2019

Fancy a Classic French Film and just can’t get enough? …I know I sure do, and Alliance Francaise de Geelong has done it again… Jean de Florette is Claude Berri’s stunning adaption of the novel of the same name, by the great Marcel Pagnol. Screening at Village Cinema’s this weekend this will be a film you Read More »

Dr Hernandez Performing at the Carolyn Theatre  

Posted 12 September 2019

Dr Hernandez Performing at the Carolyn Theatre Live at the Carolyn Theatre experience an exotic tonic of rootsy electro-cumbia, soulful boogaloo & funky reggae. Bringing a new twist to these traditions, the band combines electronic beats & Hammond-infused grooves with a three-piece horn section, percussion and Sally Ford’s soaring Spanish vocals. This is music for Read More »

Making Victorian Art Collections Accessible World-Wide

Posted 12 September 2019

Making Victorian Art Collections Accessible World-Wide Six public galleries in regional Victoria will make thousands of paintings, photographs and other works available to art lovers from across the globe as part of the Victorian’s Government’s Regional Digitisation Roadshow. A tool for students, researchers and curious minds. Victorian Galleries have announced support including Geelong, Castlemaine, Horsham, Read More »

Geelong Gallery – A Glimpse Into The History of The Geelong Football Club Formation

Posted 12 September 2019

  A Glimpse Into The History of The Geelong Football Club Formation We are Geelong, the greatest team of all… We are Geelong; we’re always on the ball… We play the game as it should be played… At home or far away ! Our banners fly high, from dawn to dark… Down at Kardinia Park….. Read More »

Geelong After Dark Artist Expression of Interest

Posted 6 September 2019

Geelong After Dark 2020 Expression of Interest Image: Journey into Inner Space | Alex Evans | photo: Chrissie Francis, GAD 2019 2020 GAD Theme | Shattering Illusions Shattering Illusions: Truths that lie below the surface. False ideas that seem true.  Realities that hide behind masks. In 2020, uncover the layers of Central Geelong’s hidden spaces Read More »

Humans in Geelong Expo 2019

Posted 5 September 2019

Humans in Geelong Expo 2019 The Humans in Geelong Expo is back this year! This free community event has something for everyone! Showcasing 45 inspiring exhibitors, a diverse range of artists, authors, social entrepreneurs, community groups the team of volunteers aim to INSPIRE – CONNECT and STRENGTHEN within the community. Pick and choose or listen Read More »

Creative Space Vacancies

Posted 5 September 2019

Creative Space Vacancies Victoria’s reputation as the creative state of Australia is strengthening! Creative spaces and co-working places in regional areas will be increased as a new Victorian Government Program takes place. Offering grants of up to $75,000 for projects, that aim is to assist in the development of new creative spaces and help existing spaces Read More »

Lauridsen the Mystic – Tudor Choristers

Posted 5 September 2019

Lauridsen the Mystic – Tudor Choristers The Tudor Choristers, directed by Dr Kathleen McGuire will present a program of Morten Lauridsen’s exciting sacred music. Hosted at the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels Geelong next Sunday the program is imbued with Greek modes and Gregorian plainchant. In contemporary yet highly accessible settings, Morten Lauridsen’s breathtaking music Read More »

A SPECIAL SCREENING OF FILM 2040

Posted 29 August 2019

A SPECIAL SCREENING OF FILM 2040 Clonard College presents a special screening of 2040 on Wednesday 4th September 7:00pm at Clonard College Geelong.     2040 is a hybrid feature documentary that looks to the future, but is vitally important NOW! Award-winning director Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) embarks on journey to explore what the Read More »

SPEND A DAY BEHIND THE SCENES IN TWO OUTSTANDING HOUSE MUSEUMS

Posted 29 August 2019

SPEND A DAY BEHIND THE SCENES IN TWO OUTSTANDING HOUSE MUSEUMS       Care to take a trip to Melbourne to visit two outstanding House Museums?  The Director & CEO Jason Smith and new Geelong Gallery fundraising group, Geelong Conservation, invite you on an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour. Visit two outstanding House Museum Galleries—the acclaimed Read More »

Spirograph Contemporary Jazz Quartet Tour Comes To Geelong

Posted 29 August 2019

Spirograph Contemporary Jazz Quartet Tour Comes To Geelong NEAL is delighted to present contemporary jazz quartet Spirograph Studies next week !! Leaping into the Australian music scene with their detailed, textural approach to playing improvised music, Spirograph Studies have built and developed a highly technical cinematic sound! Post-rock, post-jazz and post-minimalism, they shamelessly steal sonic Read More »

LIPTEMBER – Supporting Women’s Health

Posted 29 August 2019

LIPTEMBER – Supporting Women’s Health FOR ALL THE WOMEN OUT THERE ! BOOK IN A FUN NIGHT WITH  YOUR FRIENDS HERE IN GEELONG, SUPPORTING WOMEN’S MENTAL HEALTH. Whether it be in the context of a busy work style, your creative profession, personal life,  LIPTEMBER is a campaign dedicated to raising funds and awareness for women’s mental Read More »

Clever People Masterclasses

Posted 29 August 2019

Clever People Masterclasses Are you looking to leverage social media for your business and brand? And need to perfect your pitch? Hear from some of the region’s most successful business leaders and influencers at the Clever People Masterclasses. Following these two masterclasses, there’ll be the opportunity to network with panel members and other like-minded business Read More »

See Fashion Icon Balenciaga’s Exquisite Craftsmanship and Innovative Designs

Posted 22 August 2019

See Fashion Icon Balenciaga’s Exquisite Craftsmanship and Innovative Designs If you are a lover of art, fashion, design Bendigo Art Gallery has you covered this month. Just a short drive from Geelong, it’s a lovely day trip to view this incredible exhibition; Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion.   Spanish Couturier, Cristobal Balenciaga (1895-1972) was known as The Read More »

Cup Weekend Is Coming! Spend A Fun Night Out On The Blue Train !

Posted 22 August 2019

Cup Weekend Is Coming! Spend A Fun Night Out On The Blue Train ! Want to head somewhere where the Cup isn’t a big deal? A weekend in Queenscliff and a night on The Blues Train is just what you need! The Blues Train is celebrating 25 years of ridin’ the rails from Queenscliff to Drysdale Read More »

Victorian Premier Design Awards of the Year Open for Entries

Posted 22 August 2019

Victorian Premier Design Awards of the Year Open for Entries Have you heard that the 2019 Victorian Premier’s Design Awards are NOW open ? Innovative projects from across the state’s design and architectural community are eligible to be nominated. In it’s 23rd year ! The Design Awards have  continuously been supporting and acknowledging immense talent. Spotlighting Read More »

Geelong After Dark 2020 Seeking An Experienced Artistic Director

Posted 15 August 2019

Geelong After Dark 2020 Seeking An Experienced Artistic Director The Arts & Culture Department of the City of Greater Geelong is seeking Expressions Of Interest for an experienced Artistic Director to deliver one of Council’s flagship artistic events, Geelong After Dark 2020 (GAD). Read the Expression of Interest and Event Brief  HERE Then apply online HERE Read More »

Craft and Design as a Career

Posted 15 August 2019

Craft and Design as a Career Looking for something to do this Friday? Why not take an adventure, explore the streets of Melbourne and join nine inspiring and talented creatives, learn from their real life experiences and wisdom. Hear the practical experiences, honest stories and philosophies on what it means to practice in today’s craft Read More »

Geelong Design Week 2020 Event Host Information Sessions

Posted 15 August 2019

Geelong Design Week 2020 Event Host Information Sessions Celebrate How Design Impacts Our Daily Lives THEME: ‘Doing it Differently’ Geelong Design Week 2020 is inviting organisations, community groups, schools and individuals to host workshops, talks, tours and exhibitions to explore new ideas, challenge what is possible and showcase our achievements in design and innovation. Presented Read More »

Creating An Arts Sector That Is More Inclusive

Posted 15 August 2019

Creating An Arts Sector That Is More Inclusive Ten leading Victorian arts organisations will be the first to take part in a transformative program to become more diverse and inclusive. Fair Play: Equity, Inclusion and the Creative Industries is a first-of-its-kind initiative backed by the Andrews Labor Government to ensure Victoria’s creative sector better reflects Read More »

Artists Baker Boy & Ruby Fields join forces for all-ages regional tour

Posted 15 August 2019

Baker Boy & Ruby Fields join forces for all-ages regional tour Teaming up with Golden Plains Youth, Surf-coast Youth & Colac Otway Youth to put on The Push All Ages Regional Tour on in Geelong. In what will become some of the biggest and best all-ages shows of 2019, Victoria’s leading youth music organisation The Read More »

Felicity Spear Umwelten Exhibition Launches This Week

Posted 15 August 2019

Felicity Spear Umwelten Exhibition Launches This Week Set to launch her current exhibition this weekend; Umwelten, Eco-Fields and Other Universes, visual artist Felicity Spear will have her works showcased at the Stephen McLaughlan Gallery running for the duration of August. A practice unfolding through a field of relations both historical and contemporary, Spear explores heavily in Read More »

Great Ocean Road Art Activation – Volunteers Call Out

Posted 8 August 2019

Great Ocean Road Art Activation – Volunteers Call Out If you’re keen to join the Volunteer Crew on the Great Ocean Road this September for a week or two, they would love to hear from you. This September marks 100 years since work began on the world’s largest war memorial, The Great Ocean Road. From Read More »

G.P.A.C showcasing the performance I WANT TO KNOW WHAT LOVE IS tomorrow night !

Posted 8 August 2019

GEELONG PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE PRESENTS THE PERFORMANCE I WANT TO KNOW WHAT LOVE IS TAKE A DIZZYING RIDE THROUGH LOVE’S COLLISION COURSE TOMORROW NIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT AT 7.30PM. DESCRIBED AS JOYOUS. SEXY. HEARTBREAKING. I Want To Know What Love Is throws a spotlight on long-buried memories, bedroom fantasies, crushes and conquests. Acclaimed Queensland performance Read More »

Calling out to all Creatives, Arts Atlas would love to hear from you !

Posted 8 August 2019

Calling out to all Creatives, Arts Atlas would love to hear from you ! Film makers, writers, performers, designers, makers, visual artist, painter and all creatives, Art Atlas want to connect with you and hear all your stories.                     Tell us what you are up to Read More »

New Art Trails in Central Geelong

Posted 8 August 2019

New Art Trails in Central Geelong For individuals, families, schools, locals and tourists to explore ! The Arts and Culture Trails App has recently undergone a content update.  Additional Public Art pieces throughout Geelong and new trails have recently been added. The app has become a launch pad for The Stuart Devlin Life Underground Trail; Read More »

Little Blobs of Clay – An evening with Oscar Winning Animator Adam Elliot

Posted 8 August 2019

Little Blobs of Clay – An evening with Oscar Winning Animator Adam Elliot Adam Elliot is one of Australia’s most celebrated stop-motion animators and certainly our most successful short filmmaker. His six short films have been viewed by millions of people and have built his international recognition as a master storyteller. Through creativity, big dreams Read More »

Be apart of shaping the Creative direction of Victoria

Posted 1 August 2019

Next Wednesday 14 August from 5:30pm at Geelong Performing Arts Centre, you have a chance to help shape the creative direction of our state. The Victorian Government is seeking views from across the state’s creative community to inform its next four-year creative industries strategy, for the period 2020-2024. Geelong Performing Arts Centre and the City Read More »

Arts Fundraising Mentorship curated by LIFT

Posted 1 August 2019

Arts Fundraising Mentorship curated by LIFT LIFT is offering 10 arts fundraising mentorships ! For Australian arts organisations, specifically for fundraising managers or executives who play key roles in fundraising including philanthropy, partnerships and sponsorship’s. The program offers a unique opportunity to work one-on-one with an experienced arts leader located across Australia. This is also Read More »

Melbourne hosts another major Australian Theatre Premiere  

Posted 1 August 2019

Melbourne hosts another major Australian Theatre Premiere It has officially become announced that the Moulin Rouge Musical is set to arrive and light up the streets of Melbourne in 2021! Melbourne will be entering a world of splendor and romance as The Moulin Rouge comes to town. After hosting the magic of Harry Potter and Read More »

Art Quilt Australia Returns to Geelong late this year

Posted 1 August 2019

Art Quilt Australia Returns to Geelong late this year           Geelong’s National Wool Museum warmly invites the return of Art Quilt Australia 2019 ! The biennial juried exhibition/competition is welcomed and open to textile artists residents in Australia and New Zealand and OzQuilt Network (OZQN) members worldwide. Promoting innovation and excellence within contemporary art quilts in Read More »

Get an insight into Melbourne’s Architecture facilitated by Open House Melbourne this weekend

Posted 25 July 2019

Get an insight into Melbourne’s Architecture facilitated by Open House Melbourne this weekend OPEN HOUSE MELBOURNE INVITES YOU to join in conversation about the future of our cities. Discover and explore the depths of 200 iconic and significant commercial and civic buildings, private homes, infrastructure and landscape projects! Celebrate architecture and the city. From progressive Read More »

The Arts Wellbeing Collective Supporting Mental Health In The Arts

Posted 25 July 2019

The Arts Wellbeing Collective Supporting Mental Health In The Arts Discussing Mental Health support for the arts and how individuals can be in contact with helplines being just a phone call away. Richard Watts Article from Arts Hub published on the 19th of July. The Arts Wellbeing Collective have recently developed a helpline directed at Read More »

Geelong’s Creative Funding Forum; Hear All About Current Opportunities

Posted 25 July 2019

Geelong’s Creative Funding Forum; Hear All About Current Opportunities CALLING OUT TO ALL ARTISTS, ARTS ORGANISATIONS AND CREATIVE INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS YOU DON’T HAVE TO HEAD UP THE MELBOURNE ROAD TO HEAR ABOUT CURRENT FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES ! CITY OF GREATER GEELONG ARTS AND CULTURE DEPARTMENT IS HOLDING A CREATIVE FUNDING FORUM NEXT TUESDAY ! Network with Read More »

Regional Arts Victoria Launch New Funding for Artists and Small Festivals

Posted 18 July 2019

Regional Arts Victoria Launch New Funding for Artists and Small Festivals Regional Arts Fund ! Launching two new FUNDING categories to benefit festivals and artists ! SMALL FESTIVAL GRANTS  Small Festival Grants will allow small, volunteer-run festivals with an arts focus, to apply for up to $6,000 to employ a regionally based arts professional to Read More »

Applications are closing SOON – Courthouse Youth Arts

Posted 18 July 2019

Applications are closing SOON The Creative Development Program at Courthouse Youth Arts is closing NEXT MONDAY! If you are creative and seek a supported opportunity to create new work THIS OPPORTUNITY IS FOR YOU !! Bring your crucial vision, the persistent idea that begs creation. If you have ambitious work yet to realise, Courthouse Youth Read More »

Talented TV Performers; Justine Clarke and Benita Collings delivered two incredible SOLD OUT EVENTS here in Geelong

Posted 18 July 2019

Talented TV Performers; Justine Clarke and Benita Collings delivered two incredible SOLD OUT EVENTS here in Geelong Celebrating 50 Years of Playschool! The National Wool Museum has transformed the exhibition space into a lively, vibrant and fun atmosphere. Reminiscing old childhood memories and bringing back many nostalgic moments the continuous celebration of Playschool was warmly Read More »

G.O.R Art and Technology Project is SEEKING APPLICATIONS NOW ! 

Posted 11 July 2019

CELEBRATING 100 YEARS Great Ocean Road Art and Technology Project is SEEKING APPLICATIONS NOW  ! Applications are closing soon ! Submit your expression of interest by 14th of July, it’s not too late ! The national heritage listed Great Ocean Road is one of the most iconic drives in the world. 2019 marks 100 years since Read More »

Lorne Film is back THIS JULY !

Posted 11 July 2019

Lorne Film is back THIS JULY ! Screening Two World Premiere Feature Films Lorne Film is back after a three-year hiatus July 26-28. This year, the well-loved festival will exclusively showcase Australian independent films. TWO world premieres will be screened in its feature-length film program, as well as three short film sessions, an industry panel, Read More »

A PASSIONATE THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE

Posted 11 July 2019

A PASSIONATE THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE What a success ! A happy and supportive crowd greeted the world premiere of MY BRILLIANT CAREER on Sunday at the Waurn Ponds Hall. The captivating performance had the audience leaving with a tone of fulfillment and joy.       The playwright and director, Christine Davey, welcomed the appreciative audience, Read More »

Arts Job Opportunity! Golden Plains Shire Arts & Culture Advisor

Golden Plains Shire News

Posted 3 July 2019

Golden Plains Shire are looking for a passionate and hardworking Arts and Culture professional to join their team. In this role, you’ll work to strengthen community access and engaged participation in Arts and Cultural activities. What’s in it for you: At Golden Plains Shire Council, we promote diversity and want to develop a workplace that reflects Read More »

NEW CO-WORKING SPACE IN GEELONG

Posted 2 July 2019

NEW CO-WORKING SPACE IN GEELONG ‘Where people can connect, get inspired and collaborate together’ – Olivia Fleetwood. THE KO is a multi-purpose work-space which has just OPENED in Newtown, Geelong. Hailing from backgrounds in publishing, food and design, THE KO’s founders Olivia Fleetwood and Karina van de Pol are passionate about education, community and creativity. Read More »

SLOW STITCH WORKSHOP encouraging individuals to become more conscious about our environment

Posted 2 July 2019

SLOW STITCH WORKSHOP encouraging individuals to become more conscious about our environment Artists, stitchers, crafters, environ-warriors and others this is for YOU… Scientists warn the rate of extinction of species is rapidly increasing due to the changing climate and habitat loss. As artists of faith we are deeply concerned about the state of the planet. Through a range Read More »

Productivity and Procrastination

Posted 2 July 2019

Productivity and Procrastination Most artists feel the drag of procrastination at some point. Annabel Smith looks at ways to beat the negativity and self-doubt, and find new ways of supporting your mental health. If you’re an artist, or simply a human being, you’re almost certainly no stranger to procrastination. You tell yourself you’re going to Read More »

Compact Courses At Your Fingertips

Posted 27 June 2019

Compact Courses At Your Fingertips Practical, interactive, effective and fun! Seeking new knowledge ? Tight on time and cash? Community’s Institute of Community Directors Australia (ICDA) has just launched three low-cost online Compact Courses designed for busy not-for-profit board members, volunteers, staff members and fundraisers. Compact Courses cost just $55 each (or $85 if bundled Read More »

BREATHE FIND BALANCE IN YOUR CONTEMPORARY LIFESTYLE

Posted 27 June 2019

BREATHE FIND BALANCE IN YOUR CONTEMPORARY LIFESTYLE Gina Fairley, ArtsHub’s National Visual Arts Editor discusses and expresses how we can find balance in our contemporary lifestyles through slowing down within our fast paced society. In moments of anxiety or meditation we concentrate on our breath to find balance. A group of artists show that finding Read More »

URGENT !! Last Days Before Clean Up !

Posted 27 June 2019

URGENT !! Last Days Before ART ATLAS Clean Up ! Have you created an Art Atlas profile but not gone LIVE? Or have an old event listing still in Draft? Arts Atlas is doing a CLEAN UP at the end of JUNE.  Please review your listings, and ‘publish’ or remove any drafts before the end Read More »

CELEBRATE THE MOON

Posted 20 June 2019

ON 20 JULY WE CELEBRATE THE MOON! It marks the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing and the first steps taken on the lunar surface by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Exactly 50 years ago on July 20, the world heard these famous words as Neil Armstrong lowered onto the surface of the Moon.  “That’s Read More »

Strong Support of Victoria’s Music Scene

Posted 20 June 2019

Strong Support of Victoria’s Music Scene From venues undertaking soundproofing works to bands taking the stage at major international festivals ─ the latest round of Victorian State Government Music Works grants continues the strong support of Victoria’s music scene. More than $690,000 in funding will support 60 music projects ranging from international and regional tours Read More »

Celebrating 50 Years of Playschool

Posted 20 June 2019

Celebrating 50 Years of Playschool There’s a bear in there… And a chair as well… There are people with games… And stories to tell… Open wide… Come inside… It’s playschool!!  Do you remember this little jingle ? Take a trip down memory lane in an exhibition filled with Playschool nostalgia. The National Wool Museum celebrates Read More »

LEIKO IS BACK !

Posted 20 June 2019

LEIKO IS BACK ! Think foreign smells, tastes and spices, vibrant colours, and astonishing sights and views. Leiko’s exhibition is a representation of her travels to India as a backpacker displaying full of foreign familiarity and mesmerising beauty. Courthouse Youth Arts has launched and welcomed her back to exhibit yet another mind blowing exhibition, one that Read More »

The Experience Of Immersion

Posted 13 June 2019

The Experience Of Immersion This week’s discovery delves into immersive works within the creative industry. Immersive works are making a splash across Australia and the world.  ‘Immersion’ can refer to a wide range of works, from multi-sensory environments you can inhabit to experiences involving a high level of audience interaction. Recent offerings around Australia include Read More »

Emerging Artist Completes First Street Art Project

Posted 13 June 2019

Emerging Artist Completes First Street Art Project Emerging local artist completed the biggest project he has worked on yet! 20 year old Connor, has produced an incredible Street Art Mural located in Little Ryrie Street Carpark. Facilitating the project with the involvement of 5 other young talents from Whittington, the project was completed over the Read More »

URGENT Art Atlas Clean Up !!

Posted 13 June 2019

URGENT ! Art Atlas Clean Up!! Have you created an Art Atlas profile but not gone LIVE? Or have an old event listing still in Draft? Arts Atlas is doing a CLEAN UP at the end of JUNE.  Please review your listings, and ‘publish’ or remove any drafts before the end of June. First of Read More »

ANNOUNCED ARTISTS FOR QMF

Posted 6 June 2019

ANNOUNCED ARTISTS FOR QMF QUEENSCLIFF MUSIC FESTIVAL IS IN IT’S 23RD YEAR COMING UP TO A 3 YEAR SELL OUT ! THIS YEARS LINE-UP CANNOT BE MISSED ! See below the killer first round line up of local and global artists; v a mix of solo sensations and chart-topping bands. From Multi-award winning singer-songwriter Missy Higgins and multi-talented musician, broadcaster and Read More »

Successful Collaborative Radio Play Project

Posted 6 June 2019

Successful Collaborative Radio Play Project “One of the best things about the creative arts is being able to collaborate and celebrate good artistic talent and experience.” – Emma Watson A little team of Geelong creatives have undertaken a collaborative Radio Play project with GGCI, Skin of Our Teeth Productions and the City of Greater Geelong.  Read More »

ABC.H Independent Fashion Label is in Geelong

Posted 6 June 2019

ABC.H Independent Fashion Label is in Geelong ABC.H has arrived in Geelong! Launching their new shop front last Sunday this beautiful independent fashion label has something for everyone offering a simple solution to a complex problem. The fashion industry is a major contributor to global air and water pollution, obscene wastage, human and animal exploitation – and that’s Read More »

Grants CLOSING SOON – Don’t Miss Out!

Posted 5 June 2019

If you missed all EIGHT of the public information sessions please contact the grants team URGENTLY on 5272 5039 or 5272 4736 or email communitygrants@geelongcity.vic.gov.au It is a requirement for applicants to attend a free information session to be eligible for funding, and there are NEW processes you need to be aware of (please read below). Applications CLOSE Read More »

Winter Folk Festival Kicks Off Next Week

Posted 30 May 2019

Winter Folk Festival Kicks Off Next Week This boutique winter folk festival kicks off on Friday 7 June and runs through until Monday 10. An easy 90-minute drive from Melbourne, the township of Portarlington is an ideal location for the festival and showcases the region. Nestled between the Bellarine Peninsula’s renowned vineyards and the famous Read More »

Need Grant Writing Assistance? Free Workshops are HERE

Posted 30 May 2019

Need Grant Writing Assistance? Free Workshops are HERE The City is presenting workshops to assist community groups with applications for grant funding. Please see below further dates and locations. Wednesday 12 June 1.30pm to 4.30pm City Hall, 30 Gheringhap Street, Geelong (enter via Gheringhap Street) 6.30pm to 9.30pm City Hall, 30 Gheringhap Street, Geelong (enter Read More »

Freeza Seeking New Members

Posted 30 May 2019

Freeza Seeking New Members Are you 12-25 Years Old? Are you interested in music or maybe organising a Hip Hop showcase, DJ dance events, BMX/ Skate Comps & other events for young people… Fluke FReeZA are looking for YOU! Fluke Freeza is seeking new members to join their innovative youth development program. Each year up to Read More »

Escape The Cold This Winter

Posted 30 May 2019

Escape The Cold This Winter View The Works of Emerging Local Artists In An Intimate Exhibition This June Shaken Not Stirred Still Life Early career painters; Jocelyn Adam and Lyn Pring are ensconced in developing the still life tradition and have assembled compositions that speak to the domestic and natural botanical form. The loose painting style Read More »

Shining A Light On Reconciliation

Posted 23 May 2019

Shining A Light On Reconciliation Grounded in Truth Walk Together with Courage City Hall has been transformed into an outstanding digital canvas to help mark this year’s National Reconciliation Week. “National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of Read More »

Exhibit Your Artwork

Posted 23 May 2019

Exhibit Your Artwork Calling for small artworks for an exhibition during NAIDOC Week. Rachinger Gallery is a contemporary exhibition space in Eastern Hub Community Centre. Rachinger is now displaying small 3D works on their NEW plinths. The plinths are movable and can be located in various parts of the gallery. The artworks should be suitable Read More »

May The Road Rise Up

Posted 17 May 2019

May The Road Rise Up  Alongside many talents at the Celtic Festival, Christine Clare will perform an eye opening and riveting story showcasing this June. Be sure to get a glimpse of this performance written by Rosemary Jenkinson and directed by Stephen Kelly.                   A one-woman dark Read More »

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