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The Archduke: AFCM Opening Night

August 17, 2012 | 1 Comments

This review by Alan Junior won runner up in the Young Critics Awards 2012 At the end of a working week, Friday night, patrons of chamber music filed into the Townsville Civic Theatre to unwind and appreciate one of the finest opening nights to the Australian Festival of Chamber Music. The Archduke was a great...

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FUGUE DANCERS

FUGUE

August 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

FUGUE the latest work from artistic Director Raewyn Hill at Dancenorth- Australia’s leading Contemporary Dance Theatre: to be performed as part of a double bill at Riverway Arts Centre,10 – 11 August, Dancenorth School of the Arts – Townsville 16th – 18th August, Centre of Contemporary Arts, Cairns 22 – 23 August 2012. In May...

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Hannah Murray – North for the Winter

July 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hannah Murray has always been a fan of feathers. Her previous work more than often featured birds of all shapes and sizes. Her exhibition at Umbrella Studio in 2011 Paper Bird with Jo Lankester included pidgeons, owls, and other nameless avians along with bird related paraphernalia like nests, eggs, and feathers. Murray  moved to Melbourne a...

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Lady Gaga: Born This Way Ball

June 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

It may be no surprise to close friends and aquaintence’s  that I flew down to Brisbane recently to be captivated by Lady Gaga’s latest creation: The Born This Way Ball. As an avid super-fan of hers, I’ll try to keep fact separate from opinion, but I’ll share both! Arriving early was supposed to give you a...

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Mountains by Brittany Powell

Artgaze Loves: Low-Commitment Projects

May 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

We here at Artgaze love a good low-commitment project. Whether it’s fast and dirty, or small and refined, there’s nothing quite like sitting down with whatever materials you have on hand, spending just a little bit of time and ending up with a fun result that leaves you feeling like you’ve achieved something. They’re a...

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Before Tim Burton created his current horror-comedy blockbuster, Dark Shadows, based on the gothic-soap opera of the same name, the series had been transferred to the big screen twice – in 1970’s House of Dark Shadows and 1971’s Night of Dark Shadows. Both films were directed by series creator Dan Curtis and featured members of...

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Finding himself released from a coffin after 200 years, compelled to feed on human blood and still trapped in a battle with a romantically obsessed, ageless witch – what is the urbane and reluctant vampire Barnabas Collins (Johnny Depp) to do – especially when romance beckons with the doppelganger of his lost love? This is...

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Lopaka CD Launch

May 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

From outside the dusty walls of the Mansfield hotel in West End, you’d never know what was going down in the back room on this particular Saturday night. Across the street at the Venue, the suburban masses were filing in to hear the feel good Pete Murray churn out a cavalcade of easy listening ballads....

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The Inside|Outside issue launched in Summer 2011 is now available in our online archives for you to enjoy! Summer 2011 Contents: Arts News The Brewery Ephemera in the Mist Breeze Blocks Spindle Spectacular 3 Artist Chairs / Auction Special : The Space Barcelona vs Graffiti Pop-Up Momentum Sound Sculptures The Sleeping City Overseas Residency Felting...

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Townsville theater goes retro rock

March 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

HAIR   The Tribal Love-Rock classic comes to Townsville   Todd Barty interviews Director Brian Edmunds for artgaze The American ‘Tribal Love-Rock Musical Hair is an icon of the late sixties period. Hair fuses elements of hippie counter- culture, sexual revolution and anti-Vietnam war sentiments. This eccentric extravaganza was a ground- breaking theatrical and musical...

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