On the 22nd of April, under a full moon, the cool cats of Townsville and beyond gathered at Umbrella Studio, to enjoy Artgaze Film Clubs screening of the documentary ‘Banksy Does New York’.   Needless to say it was a hit! We had one of our biggest audiences yet since screening Warwick Thorton’s The Darkside in...

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Natasha Wills acrylic, charcoal & mixed media on Paper

Natasha Wills makes Art

March 8, 2016 | 1 Comments

We are proud to publish this article on artist Natasha Wills for the launch of our new feature category  Sistas on Art. For more information Sistas on Art see Artgaze Special Features For Natasha Wills, art is a means and expression of finding freedom, both personally and societally. A seriously prolific artist for the past nine years,...

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part of a series of screen based works for Emergence

Immanence and Distortions Merge

February 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Immanence and its distortions is a digital artwork collaboration between artist Ashley Holmes and emerging scientist Ruby Holmes, part of the exhibition Emergence curated by Michelle Hall, her third (and largest) of its kind. The show features partnerships between scientists and artists. The artists were challenged to create new art in digital movie format expanding...

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Drummer Dylan Howells ready for a smashin tribute night of Cosmic songs.

‘Blokes You Can Trust’

February 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

‘Blokes You can Trust’  are Townsville’s ‘Cosmic Pyschos Tribute Band’ formed for a one off tribute night at the Old Courthouse in Townsville. The hard rockin, energetic outfit comprised of local Townsville lads, and formed by our favourite drummer, Artgaze committee member (Dylan Howells, Crossroads) will be playing the Cosmic Psychos back catalogue as well as songs...

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Aviva Goes to Disneyland

November 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Following the phenomenal success of their last concert, Aviva String Quartet are back again with their final concert of the year “Aviva Goes to Disneyland” on November 29th. The highly talented foursome consists of Caroline Lloyd-Doolan and Susan Fraser on violins, Carol Radovanovic on Cello and Rebecca Brown on Viola.  Ashley Baxter will accompany them...

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Unique Film Screenings continue

November 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hi, Townsville  art and culture lovers, and film review readers elsewhere, ever wanted to know what it was like to make twenty five films before you were twenty-five? Or to direct cult icons from a genre television giant as you make your way in the world of cinema? Our Dec 4th screening includes a live Q&A...

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Mabuse: Double Feature

November 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

Dec Fri 4th Doctor Mabuse: Double Feature Steam Punk  & Film Noir themed /red carpet Event for our final screening for the year. Includes  skype Q&A from Los Angeles with Director Ansel Faraj himself. Time:doors open 7pm – screenings start 8pm  – Experimental sounds &Vinyl Dark Shadows Cocktail – Cash bar only  screenings start 20 min interval in between...

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A Stylish Career.

November 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Book review – words by Alison Byrnes.   Impressive: How to have a stylish career by Kirstie Clements . “… Working at magazines as prestigious as Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar gave me an entrée I would not have otherwise had into a fashionable and dazzling landscape – members’ pass into a very private club. But the glitter and the...

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Luxe in the Perfumed Gardens

September 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Saturday 17th October  Film, art and fashion collide in a magical, garden setting. Special Event open to the Public. Art, Performance and Fashion –Time: 5pm – 10.30pm / Cash bar only. Entry $20.00 tickets available at http://townsville.localtickets.net.au/event?id=1728     limited tickets on the door.   Dress code: Red carpet Glam. The Perfumed Gardens cnr Sturt and Stokes...

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Ansel Faraj genius of Independent Film

August 12, 2015 | 1 Comments

Independent Film-Maker Ansel Faraj Interviewed by Todd Barty Ever wanted to know what it was like to make twenty five films before you were twenty-five? Or to direct cult icons from a genre television giant as you make your way in the world of cinema?To find out, Artgaze’s film reviewer and presenter Todd Barty caught...

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