Orry-Kelly: Dressing Hollywood at ACMI
Gifted, garrulous and unapologetic, Orry-Kelly designed gowns for illustrious films including 42nd Street(1933), Jezebel (1938), The Maltese Falcon (1941), Casablanca (1942), Auntie Mame (1958), and Gypsy(1962). He was also the first Australian to win three Oscars®, for An American in Paris (1951), Les Girls (1957) and Some Like it Hot (1959).
As Chief Costume Designer at Warner Brothers Studio between 1932 and 1944, and then later as a designer for 20th Century Fox, MGM, Universal and ...
The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Arts at QAGOMA
Two focus projects are the result of in-depth research and ongoing exchange with the region. Yumi Danis (We Dance) presents the vitality and complexity of performance in the cultures of some of our nearest neighbours: Papua, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Kalpa Vriksha: Contemporary Indigenous and Vernacular Art of India looks at the breadth and vibrancy of Indigenous and vernacular art from regions of India. Also featured are site-specific installations ...
Collette Dinnigan: Unlaced Exhibition
Featuring ensembles, accessories and archival material from the Museum’s collection and Dinnigan’s personal archive, this exhibition presents her signature lace and embellished designs in a series of striking themed sets.
Realised by Anna Tregloan, an award-winning stage designer and artist, the scenes bring into focus Dinnigan’s unique creative perspective; they highlight the romantic, feminine designs that have seen her work sought after by a star-studded clientele including ...
Doctor Who Festival 2015
The Festival will be held on the 21st & 22nd November 2015 at the Royal Hall of Industries and Hordern Pavilion, the Doctor Who Festival promises fans a unique insight into the imagination and skills put into bringing an episode of Doctor Who to you. This includes exclusive access to the people that make it happen, giving you the chance to get inside the adventure.
Meet the Cast
This is your chance to attend Q&A sessions which will get you closer than ever before to Twelfth ...
Tom Roberts Exhibition at the NGA
This extraordinary exhibition brings together Tom Roberts' most famous paintings loved by all Australians. Paintings such as Shearing the rams (1888-90) and A break away! (1891) are among the nation's best known works of art. An exhibition for all Australians, it is not to be missed.
The Tom Roberts exhibition takes place during an exciting period of change at the NGA, including a large-scale rehang of almost every work of art, with Australian art taking pride of place in a new location. ...
Space Betwixt Exhibition at Brisbane Powerhouse
Space Betwixt explores the representation of a gap in information; a blank space that borders the thresholds of existing forms. These liminal spaces have been explored by four artists who have spent their formative years in Brisbane.
The exhibition is a platform for dialogue between each artists’ works and stylistic approach to shared visual themes.
Space Betwixt Exhibition
Wednesday 07 October - Sunday 01 November 2015
Brisbane Powerhouse Foyers
Robyn Stacey: Cloud Land at MoB
Stacey uses one of the oldest photographic techniques invented more than 1,000 years ago, the camera obscura. She gives this technology a bold and surprising reinvention as her work turns entire rooms into the surface of a photograph, casting the view from the outside in.
Her dreamlike works capture a moment in time, exploring both the history of the location and the personal stories of the subjects featured within these unique landscapes— offering an intimate and provocative look at ...
The Western at GoMA
'The Western' celebrates one of the most popular and enduring genres of cinema. Known for its images of lone cowboys, Native Americans, barren landscapes and elemental hardships, the genre has influenced the way filmmakers depict confrontations between man and nature, civilisation and freedom since its inception in silent cinema.
Inspired by the Wild West, the Western draws on a time of territorial expansion, bustling modernity and a burgeoning national identity. The genre reflects a ...
Steve Parish As One Exhibition
After forging a long career as a publisher, naturalist, teacher and photographer, As One celebrates Steve Parish’s career with his first ever exhibition of his fine art collection. The exhibition encapsulates the diverse beauty of our land, shown via a wide range of styles and image techniques.
He has photographed new species of sea dragons while diving deep in Jervis Bay. He’s cried with wonder at the explosion of natural forces with the flooding of Lake Eyre. He’s recorded the ...
Ginger Meggs: Australia’s Favourite Boy Exhibition
Ginger Meggs first appeared in the Us fellers comic strip in Sydney’s Sunday Sun newspaper in 1921, and he and his gang – including girlfriend, Minnie Peters, and arch nemesis, Tiger Kelly – have kept us company ever since.
This mischievous Australian icon was created by James ‘Jimmy’ Bancks. With his instantly recognisable red hair, shorts and shoes, his larrikin charms and endless ability to get himself into and out of trouble, ‘Ginge’, as he was affectionately known, ...