Studio J Wellness is a program consisting of a Laughter class and a Bollywood dance class, held online every Wednesday.
Both classes can be done standing up or sitting in a chair. The primary aim of these programs is to spark joy and promote mental health.
Melbourne based artist Pimpisa Tinpalit presents her work Silence #1.5 at Grau Projekt. Known for her large spatial and conceptual installations that transform the materiality of everyday objects to a re-imagined eminence, Silence #1.5 will push the artist to a level of medium diversity and scale.
Fire in the Head is a new play by R. Johns exploring the life of the forgotten Kelly, Kate-sister of the iconic Ned Kelly. Directed by Rodney Hall, twice Miles Franklin Award winner, opera and theatre director, the play will have its first public rehearsed readings.
Society have been dissected and somewhat fluffed upside down during 2020. Now we are trying to puzzle things back together again. With the focus on interaction, Eddie has brainstormed for most of 2020 on how we can achieve our new happy normal. These artworks have been dissected and aims to make you smile and feel optimistic about the future.
Presented by the Hotham Street Ladies, this large-scale installation confronts the ageing female body head on, presenting a dramatically over-sized sculpture of the female body, made with the Hotham Street Ladies signature materials - royal icing and fondant.
Two triple bill shows, each featuring 3 extraordinary performances including stellar international and local artists on 3 evenings. Both classical and contemporary South Asian dance will be seen at Dancehouse the premier space for contemporary dance in Australia. Not to be missed.
A partnership between Blakdance, Rinda Saranya and Sangam, the panel discussion will focus on the intersections of the rights of representation and power by marginal voices from 3 intersecting perspectives.
Collingwood Yards officially opens to the public on Saturday 13 March starting with an Open Day and warm welcome extended to all to come and experience the excitement of Melbourne's new contemporary arts precinct.
The Hotham Street Ladies are a group of five women who since 2007 have made food-related work, including cake creations, recipe books, gallery exhibitions, installations and street art. Join the Hotham Street Ladies in an icing sugar workshop to master the art of making your own lady parts!