Art of Origin
The Art of Origin project began as series of visual art workshops that explored the intersection between participants’ home of origin and home in Australia and our sense of belonging, identity and community. Now an exhibition, Art of Origin showcases a selection of the individual and collaborative works made during these workshops and offers an insight into the artists’ lived experiences.
Arts Access Victoria is pleased to invite you to our 2015 Annual General Meeting, featuring an information session on the National Disability Insurance Scheme and how it will impact on artists with disability.
The Emerald Hill Festival is a free community celebration highlighting the work of the iconic arts and culture organisations that reside in the Emerald Hill precinct of South Melbourne. Join in our free annual one day street party featuring performances, children’s activities, workshops and demonstrations, exhibitions, food trucks, market stalls and more!
Larissa MacFarlane, an artist with AAV’s Pathways program, is featured in the 2015 MoreArt Public Art Show! MoreArt is the Moreland City Council’s annual public art show, and features great artworks exhibited along the Upfield train line bicycle path until December 13.
Rawcus invites you into the early development of their next major show, DEVISE.
You are invited to a free industry forum around the theme of ‘Creating Inclusive Theatre’, hosted by Wendy O’Neill, Industry Development Manager at Arts Access Victoria and artists from Sensorium Theatre.
Hermitage: The Legacy of Catherine the Great at the NGV showcases the innovation of Catherine the Great. The National Gallery of Victoria is running audio described and Auslan tours of the Hermitage collection in September and October.
Threshold is a site-specific video installation by Melbourne artist Sharon Flanagan, commissioned by Melbourne Fringe as one of only 18 pieces for the Uncommon Places project, Instructions from the Fringe.
RAG Theatre, an inclusive community theatre group, is travelling to Bendigo in late October to present a short season of A Story of Moses and a master class on inclusive theatre.
Now in its 29th year, Fringe Furniture invites you to look closely at design, to discover meanings beyond the practical and interpret the messages implicit in the work of some of Australia’s most interesting and innovative design practitioners. Experience the Fringe Furniture exhibition with a guide who will provide audio description of works and lead tactile interactions with the installations.