Justice Crew Concert Kick Ons Tour

Justice Crew Concert Kick Ons Tour

September 27, 2017 @ 7:00 PM
Forge Theatre and Arts Hub

Eight-time ARIA nominees Justice Crew are back on the road this September/October 2017, bringing their brand new show for 20 special performances across Australia for the "KICK ONS" tour.  Performing their biggest hits, including Que Sera, Boom Boom, Everybody, Best Night, Love my Life and new material.

Since winning Australia's Got Talent in 2010. Justice Crew has set the nation on fire releasing non-stop chart smashing music.  Their #1 ARIA Single Boom Boom is certified 6 x Platinum, backed up by two further ARIA Top 10 hit singles, Best Night and Everybody, both of which are certified 2 x Platinum. Their debut album Live By The Words, released in 2014, debuted at #7 on the ARIA Album charts and sparked by 5 x Platinum hit smash Que Sera which rewrote the Australian history books, spending nine weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles chart.

General and VIP Tickets available
VIP sound check ticket holders are able to attend and experience the JUSTICE CREW sound check for a total time of 20 minutes, this includes an opportunity to ask questions.
The VIP sound check experience will begin at 5pm.

VIP: $85.95 - Sound Check party experience and performance

How to make a Polymer Clay Brooch

How to make a Polymer Clay Brooch

September 28, 2017 @ 1:00 PM

In this workshop with Andrea McKey, participants will learn how to create a Klimt inspired pattern using Polymer clay in their colour choice, size and style.

They will then asemble a brooch and bake it, ready to take home.

Places are limited, bookings essential.

Venue: Lakes Entrance Library Meeting Room

PERCEPTION  |  EXPRESSION Creative Movement Workshop

PERCEPTION | EXPRESSION Creative Movement Workshop

September 28, 2017 @ 6:00 PM

Drawing on image-based movement practice including BodyWeather, the two hours will include a physical warm-up followed by some image/body work designed to open up our ‘everyday’ movement.

All welcome! No dance experience is required, just a willingness to move your body, connect with others and your imagination.

Venue:  Trafalgar Community Centre, 105 Princes Hwy, Trafalgar

MINE – The Film Will Always Be With You

MINE – The Film Will Always Be With You

from September 30, 2017 @ 9:00 AM until December 03, 2017 @ 4:00 PM
Latrobe Performing Arts Centre

MINE – The Film Will Always Be With You is an exhibition of video works by a selection of South African artists.  These artists are based both in South Africa and across European capitals.  MINE was last shown at TATE Modern, London.

MINE is both the title of the exhibition as well as the film produced by William Kentridge in 1991.  This seminal animated video evokes images of deep level mining in South Africa and refers to the unprecedented exploitation of land and people under colonialism and the subsequent apartheid system.

The title refers not only to the idea of deep level mining, but to the idea of personal ownership and questions of identity.  The works featured have been chosen for their diversity, with the common denominator that the artists make reference to themselves in their work, either in person, as actor, model, observer, interviewer or instigator.  MINE seeks to explore the myriad ways in which we identify and position our ‘selves’.

Certain artists are well known in the global art world (William Kentridge and Robin Rhode et al), or are currently representing South Africa at the 2017 Venice Biennale of Art (Mohau Modisakeng), whilst other are unknown in Australia. No matter how varied the themes and artistic strategies may be, all the works presented here are centred in one way or another around specifically “South African” issues, which transcend the confines of particular local concerns.

Image credit: William Kentrige, Felix in Exile, 1994, animated film, 35mm, video and DVD transfer, 8 minutes 43 seconds. Drawing, photography and direction William Kentridge, editing Angus Gibson, sound Wilbert Schübel, music Philip Miller, String Trio for Felix in Exile (musicians Peta-Ann Holdcroft, Marjan Vonk-Stirling, Jan Pustejovsky); Go Tlapsha Didiba by Motsumi Makhene (sung by Sibongile Khumalo). Courtesy the artist, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Peter Allen Songbook

Peter Allen Songbook

October 01, 2017 @ 2:00 PM
Forge Theatre and Arts Hub

Australian Music Star JOHN BOWLES leads a fantastic cast in a wonderful Concert Tribute to the Boy from Oz, singer/songwriter Peter Allen.

Joining John on stage will be veteran actor Brian Hannan as Compere, Michelle Fitzmaurice who will sing the hits of Judy Garland and Liza Minelli, David Cameron at the piano and Paul Cengia on drums.

This great concert tribute is packed with over 20 hits of this iconic Australian Entertainer and his friends. Songs include I Go to Rio, Tenterfield Sadler and I still call Australia Home.

A perfect start to the East Gippsland Seniors Festival during the month of October.

Enjoy a free Daytime Series afternoon tea in the foyer from 1.30pm.

Page 10 | 10th anniversary of Paper Arts Gippsland East

Page 10 | 10th anniversary of Paper Arts Gippsland East

from October 05, 2017 @ 10:00 AM until November 04, 2017 @ 2:00 PM
East Gippsland Art Gallery

A celebration of the 10th anniversary of Paper Arts Gippsland East.  PAGE 10 showcases the work of artists driven by the creative opportunities found in exploring all things paper including bookbinding, paper making and artists books.  In what will be a very exciting exhibition, paper is not always what it seems.


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