Artsday / Midnight Oil heads to the ANU
MIDNIGHT Oil, washed out earlier within the 12 months, will carry its mix of rock and politics to Fellows Oval on the ANU campus, 4pm, Saturday, October 1 in a present supporting the band’s newest ARIA primary album, “Resist”.
GREG Mallyon, winner of the panorama class of the 2021 Nationwide Capital Artwork Prize, has a solo exhibition “Re explored the Journey of Burke and Wills” that paperwork a number of the areas of their 1860 expedition from regional Victoria to NSW and and as much as the wetlands of the Gulf of Carpentaria. Aarwun Gallery, Nicholls, till October 16.
IN “Postcards” violinist Lucy Macourt, pianist Ronan Apcar and cellist James Monro plan to whisk audiences away by means of a Parisian park, twisted wartime Russia and again to Australia by means of works by Shostakovich, Dulcie Holland and Canberra’s personal Sally Greenaway. Wesley Music Centre, 12.40pm-1.20pm, September 28.
THEN Apcar and flautist Emma Warburton will current their hybrid classical recital/theatre work, “Diary of a Music Scholar”, Stage 5 (Café), ANU College of Music, 7pm, Thursday, September 29.
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