What’s On: Matthew Cheyne exhibition, Picnic (Mitchell Fine Art)

Imagery supplied by Mitchell Fine Art Picnic 25 August - 2 October 2021 Mitchell Fine Art Gallery, Fortitude Valley Mixed media artworks, sculptures, and couture form part of an inaugural exhibition for Ipswich-based artist Matthew Cheyne. Picnic will be Cheyne’s first commercial exhibition in Australia for almost ten years. A graduate of the Queensland College... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Lorelei (Opera Queensland)

Lorelei 6 - 13 March 2021 QPAC Concert Hall This production contains coarse language and adult themes. Recommended for ages 15+.  By arrangement with Victorian Opera, Opera Queensland presents the much-anticipated Queensland premier of new Australian opera cabaret Lorelei, after being postponed in 2020. The sumptuous, female-led production tells the story of the Lorelei, three sirens... Continue Reading →

Defying Convention (Mitchell Fine Art)

Defying Convention Exhibition of work by Janelle Stockman Napaltjarri 29 April - 6 June 2020 Mitchell Fine Art Gallery, 86 Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley Blurring any preconceived notions of Aboriginal Art, Central Australian artist Janelle Stockman Napaltjarri was known for her innovative and experimental approach to painting. The works in this exhibition are from the... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Director’s Choice exhibition (Mitchell Fine Art)

‘Director’s Choice’ Exhibition 28 January – 21 March Mitchell Fine Art, 86 Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley Mitchell Fine Art in Fortitude Valley begins its 2020 gallery exhibition calendar year with the personally curated exhibition ‘Director's Choice’. Gallery Director Mike Mitchell has selected artworks from the galleries collection featuring a mix of Australian contemporary and Aboriginal... Continue Reading →

Review: Dangerous Liaisons (Queensland Ballet)

We went to see Queensland Ballet’s hotly-anticipated Dangerous Liaisons – a brand-new, full-length, world premiere ballet by acclaimed choreographer and QB Artistic Associate Liam Scarlett. The season has concluded now, but I had such a jumble of feelings about the production that it has taken me this long to sort them out and write a... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Epic Visions (Queensland Symphony Orchestra)

  Where? Concert Hall, QPAC When? March 8, 2018 Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s second Maestro concert for 2018, Epic Visions, featured the triumphant return of Hungarian violinist Barnábas Kelemen and the QSO-exclusive Australian debut of conductor Eduardo Strausser. QSO’s principal tuba player Thomas Allely gave the pre-concert talk – I can’t recommend this enough if you... Continue Reading →

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