It’s finally starting to heat up, and lucky for us that means its time for the influx of spring art events!
Here are a few handpicked events this week around your hometown:
Celebrating its 5th year anniversary and brought to you by Bob Brown, the Environmental film festival challenges the way you see and feel about the environment with groundbreaking films from around the world.
WHEN: 4th -12th September
WHERE: Kino cinema, 45 collins street Melbourne
TICKETS: full price $19, $15 concession
STEPHEN BUSH: BOXOCTOSIS
One of the most renowned artists and exhibiting in Australia and USA since the 80’s, Stephen Bush brings his works Boxoctosis to Sutton Gallery in Melbourne.
WHEN: 6th September – 4th October
WHERE: Sutton Gallery, 254 Brunswick street Fitzroy
TICKETS: Free, see Gallery for details.
Every Thursday night at 8.30pm, an array of talented, eclectic, original local bands will be performing live at Coopers Hotel Auditorium. Enjoy beer and cider jugs, and their famous Hordern Street Hotdogs available from the public bar.
WHEN: Thurs 4th September – Thurs 25th December
WHERE: Coopers hotel Auditorium
TICKETS: At the door
A multi-sensory interactive installation examining the connections between nature, mysticism and technology, Psychic Synth is the latest work by acclaimed electronic artist Pia van Gelder.
WHEN: 8th August – 7th September
WHERE: Carriage works
As part of the Brisbane Festival, Architects of Air have brought their luminaries Exxopolis to the Cultural Forecourt.
WHEN: 6-26th September
WHERE: Cultural Forecourt, South Brisbane
TICKETS: Adult $14, Child $7
Indulge your inner-wordsmith at the Brisbane writers festival this week.
WHEN: 3-7th September
WHERE: State Library of Brisbane
TICKETS: Free events Available
A curated exhibition of photographic art about an important area of our attempts to conform, male real; ideal highlights the need for men in society to conform to a specific body, putting a spin on the usual female gender stereotypes.
WHEN:7th – 29th September
WHERE: The Mill
TICKETS: Free; info At door
Opening as the inaugural movie at this years MIFF, Predestination is a sci-fi action, thriller, everything-in-between film that challenges the parameters of time, identity and is all set to the pace of an exhilarated soundtrack, and has just opened in South Australia this month.
WHEN: Session times according to cinema
WHERE: Palace Nova Eastend cinema, Wallis, Mitcham, Events cinema Marion.
TICKETS: ticket price to the discretion of the cinema
The comedy trio are bringing their live performance back to the stage in Perth this month.
WHEN: 5th-10th September
WHERE: Subiaco Arts Centre
TICKETS: $45.78 Adults, $40.68 Concession
Originating in Queensland, the handmade expo markets are a celebration of all things handmade, home baked and home grown.
WHEN: 7th September – 7th December
WHERE: Kent street Rockingham
TICKETS: Free entry and parking.