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May 2018


Jillian Murray
16 May - 27 May

A thought provoking new Australian work by Jillian Murray and Suzanne Chaundy with words by Simone de Beauvoir.

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Captured Landscapes

Alison Percy
22 May - 2 June

A series of paintings capturing the Australian landscape, exposed to the elements, in a rapidly changing environment.

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Andrew Scollo, Grid 1 (detail)

MAXIMUM minimal

Andrew Scollo
22 May - 2 June

The first solo exhibition of an architect/artist exploring the materiality of line and colour in painting.

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Have Clarinet, Will Travel

Ed Ferris and Special Guests
28 May

Clarinet maverick Ed Ferris is joined by special guests in a program of Astor Piazzolla, Elena Kats-Chernin, Arvo Pӓrt and others

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That Which Resonates, That Which Decays

Bianca Gannon/Elliott Hughes Duo
29 May

New Works for Gamelan, Piano, Trumpet and Beyond

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Tristan Lee

30 May

'Tristan Lee presents a sublime program including Beethoven's greatest piano sonata, the 'Hammerklavier'.

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June 2018

SENES Flamenco Ensemble presents: SoMoS

The Boite
4 June

An evening of traditional Flamenco music and dance and classical Spanish guitar

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Maria Petrova, Inheritance (detail), 2017, ballpoint pen on paper

Constant Companions

Maria Petrova
5 June - 16 June

Constant Companions explores concepts of dysfunctional attachment, heredity, trauma and healing; both in relation to the artist and her family, and as a unifying thread running through humanity.

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Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre: Interpretations from the air

The Light Collective
5 June - 16 June

The Light Collective presents an exhibition of photographic works interpreting the deeply captivating and somewhat mystical landscape that is Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre.

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5 June

A concert by Collide, a new and versatile ensemble with the unique combination of Saxophone, Cello and Piano.

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Holy Cow!

Bloomsday in Melbourne
13 June - 17 June

James Joyce Slaughters the Sacred Cows of English Literature. In Ulysses, nothing and no-one is safe and everything is fair game.

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Emerging Artist Award 2018, Design by Zac Fay

Emerging Artist Award 2018

fortyfivedownstairs & Future Leaders
19 June - 30 June

fortyfivedownstairs and Future Leaders present the fourth annual Emerging Artist Award 2018.

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Brave World

Retro Futurismus
21 June - 8 July

The Feminista Supernovas of Retro Futurismus are back!

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July 2018

Coral Browne: This F***ing Lady!

Prospect Productions P/L
10 July - 22 July

The most successful Aussie actor you’ve never heard of!

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Weaving the here and then

Ali McNabney-Stevens
17 July - 28 July

A new series of large scale paintings exploring the links between the artist's past and present.

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Jessica Gannaway, Standpoints

Real and Imagined Spaces

Jessica Gannaway
17 July - 28 July

These botanical hand dyed textiles provoke viewers to think about the imaginary and discursive places we inhabit in relationship to other people: shared spaces, contested spaces, collaborative spaces and boundaries and walls that divide us.

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The Kites of Tianjin

Adam Simmons
26 July - 29 July

A magical new composition by Adam Simmons, inspired by the Chinese city’s renowned "Wei Kites".

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August 2018


Christopher Bryant
1 August - 12 August

A daring new Australian work from writer Christopher Bryant and director Daniel Lammin.

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She Said Theatre
15 August - 26 August

A new Australian work by Seanna van Helten, inspired by the history of a home for “fallen” women founded by Charles Dickens.

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Dreams Echoing the Memories of Time

Pam Davison
28 August - 8 September

An exhibition of photography, fashion, floristry and theatre by Pam Davison in collaboration with Linda Britten, Victoria Whitelaw and Cameron Menzies.

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September 2018

Lottie in the Late Afternoon

Amelia Roper
12 September - 30 September

The KIN Collective presents a disturbing new play by Amelia Roper with a star-studded cast.

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October 2018

Helyard’s Bach by Genesis Baroque

Genesis Baroque
1 October

Harpsichordist Dr Erin Helyard joins Genesis Baroque for a program of works by J.S. Bach’s two eldest sons.

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