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Mar 23 – May 5 all-day Suki & Hugh Gallery
Influenced by her quiet studio environment in rural New South Wales, the artist presents a series of works documenting her place and sense of belonging. The exhibition consists of two bodies of works. One series contains two groups of works titled, Ten Acres and Carwoola Studies, the other body of work is called As I Wander. ‘I live and work on a rural ten-acre property located in Carwoola, NSW. The country is dry and consists of remnant natural bush with[...]
Mar 23 – May 5 all-day Suki & Hugh Gallery
Influenced by her quiet studio environment in rural New South Wales, the artist presents a series of works documenting her place and sense of belonging. The exhibition consists of two bodies of works. One series contains two groups of works titled, Ten Acres and Carwoola Studies, the other body of work is called As I Wander. ‘I live and work on a rural ten-acre property located in Carwoola, NSW. The country is dry and consists of remnant natural bush with[...]
Apr 9 – Apr 26 all-day Belconnen Community Gallery
A mixed media exhibition by participants of the Belconnen Community Service Bungee Program in celebration of Youth Week. 9 -26 April with an opening celebration 6pm Wednesday 10 April Belconnen Community Gallery, Belconnen Community Centre, Swanson Court, Belconnen Opening Times: Mon – Fri 9am-5:00pm Participants in the term one Bungee after-school and in-school expressive art classes have created artworks using a variety of media such as photography, printmaking, weaving, painting, felting and sculpture to respond to the theme of “The[...]
Apr 18 – Apr 21 all-day Nature's Concert Hall
James Crabb, Four Winds Artistic Director, has launched the Four Winds 2019 Easter Festival promising a full Program which will take you on a journey to Discover Music In Nature, different musical cultures and traditions as well as great classical works. Set in a unique environment at Barragga Bay on the majestic Far South Coast of NSW, the Four Winds Easter Festival is an experience like no other. It brings world-class musicians, performers and audiences together in purpose built state-of-the-art[...]
Apr 26 @ 2:30 pm Canberra Museum and Gallery Theatrette
Film historian Andrew Pike will present one of Australia’s greatest film classics, screened in its entirety. Released in 1946 it’s the story of an epic wartime overland cattle drive across the Top End, to remove food supplies from the reach of Japanese invaders. It made an international star of Chips Rafferty and established his ‘bushman’ image. Backed by John Ireland’s dramatic musical score, Australia’s outback was revealed to a global audience. After the screening Andrew will hold a Q &[...]
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Apr 30 – May 17 all-day Belconnen Community Gallery
The Belconnen Community Gallery presents: Shapes in Circles An exhibition by of paintings by Iva Hancevic-Grabic 30 April – 17 May with an opening celebration 5:30pm Wednesday 1 May Belconnen Community Gallery, Belconnen Community Centre, Swanson Court, Belconnen Opening Times: Mon – Fri 9am-5:00pm For this exhibition I have prepared paintings on round boards using high flow acrylic paint. By using circle shapes I wanted to create something different, something dynamic on the wall. Instead of square or rectangular shape,[...]
May 6 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
May 6 @ 7:30 pm Llewellyn Hall
A powerful program presented by three extraordinary performers, this concert explores the music of both Clara and Robert Schumann and their great and devoted friend, Johannes Brahms! ACO Principal Cellist, Timo-Veikko Valve and virtuoso young Australian violinist Grace Clifford unite for the first time with Kathryn Selby for this gorgeous program of music abounding with passion and song. Program Clara Schumann – Three Romances for Violin and Piano Op.22 Robert Schumann – Piano Trio No.1 in D minor, Op.63 Johannes[...]
May 13 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
May 16 @ 6:00 pm Street Theatre
You are invited to the launch of BODIES OF MEN, the new novel by Nigel Featherstone, published by Hachette Australia. Special guests: Robyn Cadwallader and CJ Bowerbird. Please RSVP to publicity@hachette.com.au by 3 May.
May 17 all-day Canberra Museum and Gallery Theatrette 2.30 - 4.30
When television first arrived in 1956 it caused a profound social change and introduced Australians to a new world of entertainment with series imported from the US and elsewhere. Superman, Maverick, Mickey Mouse Club, Bilko, Wyatt Earp, I Love Lucy were all part of a rich black-and-white universe that captivated us, a world far removed from today’s big screen coloured extravaganzas. We will be recalling and celebrating television of the 1950s and 1960s, and our first program will be a[...]
May 20 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
May 27 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jun 3 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jun 10 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jun 17 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jul 1 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jul 8 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jul 8 @ 7:30 pm Llewellyn Hall
Selby & Friends takes listeners on a musical tour of composers who were influenced by Russia, either by having been born and bred there or receiving patronage or assistance from Russian nobles. This is a fascinating program of variety and depth with stunning violinist Daniel Dodds and ACO Principal Cellist Timo-Veikko Valve reuniting again with pianist Kathryn Selby for this tour de force of virtuosity and soaring melody. Duos and trios by Beethoven, Scriabin, Debussy, Tachaikovsky and Rachmaninov make for[...]
Jul 15 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jul 22 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Jul 29 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Aug 5 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Aug 12 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Aug 19 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Aug 26 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Sep 2 @ 10:00 am Ainslie Arts Centre
A new singing group for people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their carers and friends.Singing together has positive health benefits for participants, especially for those with Parkinson’s. As well as being a buzz, singing is good for the lungs, the voice, and building confidence. Have fun singing with others in a friendly and encouraging environment. People who have lost speech can find their singing voice, and if you’ve been told you ‘can’t sing’, come and give it a go and disprove[...]
Sep 2 @ 7:30 pm Llewellyn Hall
Exploring composers whose influence made a significant impact upon the world of classical music is the premise behind this extraordinary program of sonatas and trios by Kats-Chernin, Ravel, Britten and Dvorak. Thrill to the virtuosic performances of brilliant Australian violinist Susie Park and cellist Julian Smiles with Artistic Director Kathryn Selby in a moving homage to those whose vision was far ahead of their time. The full program and booking information for season passes and single tickets can be found[...]