Artrage tells the public about up and coming contemporary arts events in Australia, with a focus on Western Australia. Artrage has been operating since 1983 to promote contemporary culture in Australia
AMOL is a comprehensive internet site designed to help Australian Collecting Institutions make information about their collections available to a world-wide audience. It is also the principal gateway to the Australian Collections Sector for professionals and volunteers, community users and researchers.
Australian Women's Art Register is an archive and repository of slides, published material and other written sources, both old and new, documenting Australian women artists, their art practice, their images and their writings.
Non-profit organisation serving artists of the Central Coast of NSW. Provides tuition in oils,pastel,acrylic and watercolour painting, photography sculpture; workshops, paint-outs,and tours. Based at the Gosford Regional Gallery and Arts Centre.
Panoramic Images of Australia by David Bailey capturing the colour and beauty of the diverse landscape . From the Snowy Mountains , Blue Mountains , Coastal scenes of NSW beaches , Sydney City and Harbour .
Windmill Performing Arts has evolved from a vision to a source of delight for Australian children and families. The company's mission is to provide children and families with a range of high quality performance experiences that are engaging, enthralling and inspiring and to enrich children's participation in cultural life, education and learning.
Town of 1770 (Seventeen Seventy) - so named after the visit of Lt. James Cook and the crew of the Endeavour in May, 1770. This was Cooks second landfall in Australia -the first in Queensland - so giving rise to the area claim to be the Birthplace of Queensland. The 1770 Festival is held each year in May on the weekend around the 24th in Commemoration to the Heritage of the Birth Place Of Queensland.
The Murray River International Music Festival is a six week event featuring the best Australian and international fine music performers along with regional food and wine in unique Murray River locations. The Festival follows this precious and iconic river through towns and cities in three states of Australia and opens in Mildura in January with the premier of a specially commissioned work and Slow River dinner.
The festival runs for four days from March 3rd to March 6th and with over 50 live acts encompassing a large range of musical styles and acts including Mick Thomas and the Sure Thing, Ash Grunwald, Rick Steele, Toby and Code Red, Totally Gorgeous, Bernard Carney, Milk and many more. Music enthusiasts can sing and dance the nights away.
The Perth Festival is the oldest international multi arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere (established 1953) and was seen by many as the catalyst for the Adelaide Festival in 1960. Around 500,000 people attend a Festival event each year (paid and free events) and countless hundreds of thousands enjoy Festival events replayed on state and national radio and television.
The underlying philosophy of the Glebe Music Festival is to bring together musicians at different stages of their careers in the intimate atmosphere of Margaretta Cottage. With large choirs this has expanded to the performance of major choral works at St Scholastica's Chapel in Glebe. The repertoire is not limited to pure classical music and has included rhythm-and-blues and jazz.
The National Festival of Australian Blues Music is held on the second weekend of February every year in a variety of venues throughout the historic CBD of Goulburn NSW. The National Festival of Australian Blues Music and showcases the very best of emerging and established Aussie blues talent. The line-up includes acoustic and electric acts with a range of styles from the roots of blues music to the music that has been influenced by blues. Features include: Australian Blues Music ‘Chain’ Awards, open mic/jam throughout the weekend, Youth in Blues Jam, Pro-Jam, vintage guitar and amp shop, workshops with the artists, buskers & markets.
One of the Worlds Great Celtic Style events. The Australian Tattoo is presented in different locations around Australia annually, featuring Internationally renowned artists in an unforgettable spectacle of music dance and precision displays.
EatingWA provides a complete list and information on all Western Australian & Perth Restaurants. With EatingWA you can search for any Perth restaurant using the search box located on the left of the screen. All West Australian and Perth restaurants have access to their own information and regularly update this to provide up to date menus, specials, events and information for all the EatingWA members.
Memories of yesterday's delicious foods with over 700 old time recipes collected from family writings and cutouts with sprinklings of Australian family humour, poetry, icons, history, etc. A site for the entire family to enjoy.
Restaurants of Australia shows our best gourmet dining. We have all cuisine, food, wine, beer and seafood information you need. Details of Sydney & all capitals. Menus, wine lists and prices and colour photos of our best dining venues
An Australian government entry point to news, events, contacts and information about Australia's culture. Includes visual and performing arts, literature, new media and much more. Use our event finder and our search of Australian Culture.
ANFA recently provided the government with Australia's official flag of state - the centenary flag. It exists to communicate positively to all Australians the importance, history and significance of our greatest national symbol - the Australian national flag
The website is a free service in support of the Canberra Community. Includes information about Volunteering Opportunities; Community Employment Vacancies; Community Events; Tsunami updates. The website is a free service in support of the Canberra Community.
A unique Australian theatre company presenting plays in French, organising events and serving as an agency for French actors for all multimedia applications Founded in 1977 by Michael Bula and A. David Gorrie under the patronage of His Excellency the French Ambassador to Australia
Objectives of the South Australian Council of Churches Inc 1. To assist the Churches confronting Members with the Lord's call for Unity. 2. To encourage and enable the Churches to act together in all matters unless in conscience we must act separately. 3. To assist the churches in exploring the Faith we have in common. 4. To encourage participation in Mission and Service World-Wide.