“Endlessly And Ever,” a part of “Ascent.” Photograph: Pedro Greig.

Arts editor HELEN MUSA takes a take a look at the humanities treats up forward on this week’s “Artsday” column.

SYDNEY Dance Firm’s “Ascent”, is billed as stuffed with “electrical motion and emotional pressure”. At The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre, March Sept. 11.

ANU Movie Group is pacing forward with “The Bounce”, from Lithuania, and a primary for Australia. It’s a couple of Lithuanian service provider sailor who was pressured to work on a Russian ship. Kambri cinema, ANU, 7.30pm, March 9.

LOCAL impartial filmmaker and Stephen King fan, Stephen Cooke, is holding a fundraising trivia evening to assist his new movie “Dedication,” primarily based on a brief story by King. Canberra Irish Membership, Weston, 6pm, March 11.

Within the galleries

  • “Current Tending” brings collectively six artists – Kylie Banyard, Sara Lindsay, Rebecca Mayo, Ema Shin, Katie West and Ilka White – to ANCA Gallery, Dickson, March 8-26.
  • TESS Vines’s exhibition, “Thoughts Pressions” is at Kyeema Artwork Gallery, Corridor till April 2.
  • NATUREART Lab’s Tutors’ exhibition, “See What I See”, is within the Customer Centre Gallery, Australian Nationwide Botanic Gardens, till April 2.
  • KATE Baker’s “Past the Materials: on the Intersection of Glass and the Digital Picture” opens on the ANU College of Artwork & Design, March 9.
  • RENOWNED glass blower Tom Rowney’s new exhibition “Aventurine Spirit” opens within the Canberra Glassworks Gallery on  March 11.
  • “CANBERRA/Kamberri, Place & Folks,” is an exhibition of the story of Canberra because the place the place nationhood discovered a house. Canberra Museum and Gallery from March 13.
  • “BREAKING the ice: Jackson Pollock and American Summary Impressionism” is a chat by Anna Moszynska, the primary in a brand new program for ADFAS Canberra, Nationwide Library of Australia, 6pm, March 14.

Live shows

  • CANBERRA Symphony Orchestra with Kirsten Williams and pianist Edward Neeman, performing Debussy and Fauré at Tuggeranong Arts Centre, Thursday, March 9.
  • THE Australian Chamber Orchestra’s Richard Tognetti joins oud participant Joseph Tawadros to carry out Vivaldi’s “The 4 Seasons”. Llewellyn Corridor, March 11.
  • THE Tune Firm is again with “Songs Beneath the Southern Cross”, Australian a cappella works by Ross Edwards and Anne Boyd, paired with JS Bach’s “Jesu meine Freude”. Wesley Music Centre, Forrest, March 14.
  • CANBERRA soprano Sarahlouise Owens and pianist Stuart Lengthy carry out songs by Britten, Duparc, Schumann, Schubert and Wolf. Wesley Music Centre, Forrest, 12.40 to 1.20pm, March 15
  • AUSTRALIAN Romantic & Classical Orchestra performs Mozart, Schubert and Hummel in “Viennese Vogue”, Albert Corridor,  March 15.