Artsday/ ‘Cuppa’ comes alive with artwork once more
The weekend looms. Right here’s HELEN MUSA’s “Artsday” information what’s occurring the place.
CUPPACUMBALONG Homestead at Tharwa has just lately undergone renovations delicate to its ’20s provenance. The Homestead gallery is now internet hosting “20/20/20 Imaginative and prescient” by Michael Pugh, October 15 to November 6.
QUEANBEYAN-Palerang Arts Path’s focus might be Queanbeyan from October 15-16 . Particulars right here
SARAH St Vincent Welch might be chalking poems on the footpaths of the Nationwide Arboretum around the Village Centre from 10am and within the Himalayan Cedar Forest within the afternoon on October 15, then within the Gallery of Gardens within the morning, and on Dairy Farmers Hill Lookout within the afternoon on October 16.
THE Nationwide Endangered Expertise and Trades Present showcases artisans, makers, with demonstrations of those conventional trades in demonstrations on the Kingston Bus Depot, October 14-16 and a seminar on the Nationwide Museum on October 14 from 6pm-8pm.
- FOUR new exhibitions are opening at 6pm Friday, October 14 at Belco Arts: “Tree Whispers”, an exhibition by members of Networks Australia; “ A Metropolis for All Seasons,” Mick Ashley’s look into the various sides of Canberra life, its delicate city sprawl, cultural quirks and that tapestry of unique and indigenous nature; veteran portrait artist An Pan’s “Beautiful Individuals in Beautiful Nation “; and “Brindabella Sequence,” ceramic vessels by Oliver Owens. The exhibitions run till November 27.
- A brand new photographic show detailing the Australian response to the Bali bombings is now on present on the Australian Conflict Memorial. Guests will want a free ticket to the AWM to see this show, which might be on present till November 20.
- THE Czech and Slovak Movie Pageant is in Canberra at Arc Cinema, on October 14 and 16. Program right here
- STRONGER Than Fiction documentary sequence subsequent check out the psychological aftermath of China’s One Baby Coverage in “All About My Sisters”. Dendy, Civic, 3pm, October 16.
- SIX-piece Aria-nominated ensemble Chaika will carry out music of the Balkans and Europe, jazz, classical and all of the in-betweens, at Smith’s Various, Civic, October 14.
- PHOENIX Collective performs Schubert and Janacek’s in “Notes of Obsession”, All Saints Church, Ainslie, Friday October 14.
- SOUNDOUT Sequence has a night of free improvisation music and experimental movie at Outdated Antic Hair store, 8-10 Petrie Plaza, October 15.
- ELLERY String Quartet performs “Musica Universalis” at Mt Stromlo Observatory, 8pm, October 15.
- LUMINESCENCE Chamber Singers will carry out their new program, “Drawing Breath” on the Nationwide Museum of Australia, Sunday, October 16.
- ART Track Canberra’s subsequent live performance, “The Time of Roses”, will characteristic mezzo-soprano Jill Sullivan with Donna Balson on piano. Wesley Music Centre, Forrest, 3pm, Sunday, October 16.
- “MUSIC of the Night time,” a visit by way of journey by way of the songbooks of Lloyd Webber, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Sondheim is on the ”B,” the Bicentennial Corridor, Queanbeyan, 2pm, Saturday, October 15.
- QUEANBEYAN Gamers return with the Gilbert and Sullivan favorite, “HMS Pinafore”, The Q. Till October 23.
- IN QL2 Dance’s “Chaos” undertaking, 40 younger individuals aged between 8 and 18 with 4 skilled choreographers, current “Huge Little Issues”. Canberra School, Phillip, 6pm-7pm, October 14, 3pm-4pm and 6pm-7pm, October 15. Particulars right here
- REBUS Theatre explores communities in “At The Finish Of Our Road”, The Road Theatre, Saturday, October 15, 2pm. All proceeds might be donated to the Crimson Cross Catastrophe Response and Restoration program.
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