MiSociety September 29th, 2016
|October 20, 2016||to||November 6, 2016|
* SYDNEY (Bondi) Sculpture
Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, the world’s largest annual free-to-the-public outdoor sculpture exhibition celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, returning to the spectacular Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk.
- 20 October – 6 November 2016
The 20th year will see the stunning coastline walk (newly repaired following storm damage) transformed into a 2km long temporary sculpture park. More than 100 works by Australian and international artists will be showcased this year, including artists from Asia, Europe, New Zealand, South America, UK and the USA. Continue Reading »
MiSociety August 2nd, 2016
|October 14, 2016||to||November 27, 2016|
*MELBOURNE ART EXHIBITION
Art Gallery of Ballarat – Australia’s oldest and largest regional gallery – is proud to be the exclusive Victorian venue for the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ touring exhibition of Australia’s favourite art award, the 2016 Archibald Prize – tickets on sale now.
MiSociety March 7th, 2016
|March 7, 2016||to||November 2, 2016|
Marina Prior will join Australia’s No.1 tenor Mark Vincent in a magical performance of soaring opera arias, musical theatre showstoppers and well-loved popular songs.
- Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne
- September – November 2016
- Tickets On Sale Friday 4 March 2016 at 5pm
Marina Prior, one of Australia’s greatest leading ladies, has performed over twenty leading roles in her musical theatre career, starring in such much-loved shows as The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Les Misérables, Guys and Dolls and Mary Poppins. She is currently starring as Baroness Schraeder in the Australian tour of The Sound of Music.
Mark Vincent is a prodigious singing talent, with legions of fans nationwide after winning Australia’s Got Talent at the age of 15. Now 22, Mark has six albums under his belt, with over 500,000 plus sales in Australia alone, making him a multi-platinum artist. He recently starred on stage in the highly acclaimed musical Dirty Dancing, and is making a name for himself in Australian opera and musical theatre. Continue Reading »