Llewellyn Hall, ANU School of Music Canberra 28 February, 6 May, 8 July, 2 September, 31 October
A stellar line up of ‘friends’ joins Kathryn Selby for the 2019 season of five concerts: Natalie Chee, Susie Park, Daniel Dodds, Andrew Haveron, Timo Veikko-Valve, Umberto Clerici, Julian Smiles, Richard Narroway and Grace Clifford.
The season repertoire includes an entirely Beethoven concert in October and a varied collection of composers from Mendelssohn to Kats-Chernin in carefully curated programs sure to please and stimulate audiences whilst showcasing the remarkable talents of the performers.
The full program and booking information for season passes and single tickets can be found at https://www.selbyandfriends.com.au/
Second edition published by For Pity Sake Publishing, 2018 First published by Oxford University Press 1962
For Pity Sake Publishing has purchased the rights to 6 of Bettina Ehrlich’s picture books, first published in the1960s in England. Francesco and Francesca is the first to be released.
It tells the story of Francesco, a poor little Italian boy who has no shoes. One day while gazing in the window of a shoe shop in his home town Mareto he sees a pair of beautiful red shoes, but he also sees the reflection of a lovely little girl – this is Francesca and the two are destined to cross paths at Carnival in Milan.
Unchainedby Margot Date A Magic Stranger than Death by Tom Buckland, Nicci Haynes and Dan Moor Until 21 December 2018
Margot Date was awarded the TAC prize of a solo exhibition upon graduation from the Diploma of Visual Art at CIT Reid in 2017. Her works are mixed media with a Leitmotif of crocheted chain stitch and all that the chain can represent.
ANCA Gallery until 16 December 2018 Works by Christina Appleby, Lucy Quinn, Riley Beaumont, Mahala Hill and Merryn Lloyd Curated by Karena Keys and Phoebe Hamra
Five artists explore and play largely with sculptural works and using a range of techniques including re-seeing found materials, deconstructive weaving and the creative combination of natural and man made materials.
The release of the report Trust and Democracy at Parliament House on Wednesday 5 December 2018 heralded the beginning of the Museum of Australian Democracy’s Democracy 2025 – Bridging the Trust Divide initiative.
Under the direction of Professor Mark Evans, University of Canberra-Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, MOAD invites the community to participate in a national conversation to re-engage us all in our democracy.
Hello! Happy November-early December! The year! It is flying! I had a wonderful October, which included a weekend reading getaway with friends!
We hired a house just out of Canberra for two nights and spend all our time reading, writing and talking about books – I highly recommend it! So, what have I been reading? Let me tell you about my favourite books from October below!
Conducted by Lenny Weiss With Calvin Bowman Guest Artist Saturday 15 December 2018 3-4pm Wesley Uniting Church
In its final concert for 2018, Canberra Sinfonia will be performing Handel’s Organ Concertos Op. 7 Nos. 1 & 4 with guest artist the acclaimed organist Calvin Bowman, followed by J.S. Bach’s exquisite Orchestral Suite No.1 in C major BWV 1066.
ANCA Gallery Artbus, City Walk 1 to 20 December 2018
Visitors to City Walk in Canberra can enjoy a visit to this exhibition of gouache monoprints and acrylic on paper. With background work on the bus walls made directly from timber with all its gnarls and whorls, Dionisia has then created ten prints which derive from the rings and patterns of trees, with a lower layer made by dipping int opaint.
The exhibition itself is open for visits Wednesday to Sunday but an added pleasure is to be had on weekend afternoons from Dionisia’s workshops for young and young at heart on the grass just beside the bus. Various paper based activities are on offer – a peaceful respite perhaps from Christmas shopping.