Spring is certainly here, and with that comes an influx of art, music and all things fun!
Here are some of the top picks for your state this month:
As part of the 40th Anniversary of the notorious advertisement Benglis ran in Artforum, Benglis 73/74 explores the resonance of such images and other issues on femininity and gender in the modern stage.
WHEN: 12th September – 11th October
WHERE: Sutton Gallery
PRICE: Info at centre
September exhibitions at craft are just as wide-reaching as imaginative, boasting the works of artists Carly Fischer, Ben Taranto and Christine Cholewa.
WHEN: 4th September – 10th October
WHERE: Craft Victoria
The film that took 12 years to make has finally hit Sydney cinemas.
WHEN: Sessions are running till October
WHERE: Selected Sydney cinemas
PRICE: to the discretion of the cinema.
Uncompromising black comedy The God of Hell is only playing this week in Sydney!
WHEN: 9th September – 13th September
WHERE: Old Fitzroy theatre
PRICE: See website for details
It’s that time of year again when the Brisbane festival packs in all of the art and culture it can into a few short weeks.
with endless amounts of events, performances and street shows, there’s something for everyone!
Based on a traditional Chinese festival, the moon lantern festival is a modern festival celebrating autumn harvest.
WHEN: 8th September from 3:30pm-8:30pm
WHERE: Elder Park, Adelaide
What’s not to love about running in a giant field full of people throwing dyed cornstarch on each other?
WHEN: 14th September 9am start
WHERE: Victoria Park Racecourse Adelaide
PRICE: see website for details
Escape the city for a traditional country show, the Northam Show going back for decades as one of Perth’s finest.
WHEN: 12th September – 13th September
WHERE: Jubilee Park Northam
COST: $5 entrance
Relieve childhood circus fun and enter a world of hilarity and illusion at the Joseph Ashton Circus.
WHEN: 5th September – 7th September
WHERE: Hull Park beechaboro
PRICE: From $15