The Colour of the Night

November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Colour of the Night by Robert Hollingworth Melbourne: Hybrid, 2014 Those of you arriving home after dark might raise your head a moment between the taxi and your front door and consider the colour of the night. How was it different that time you went camping, or when you saw it on the television?...

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Horror, Magic & Argento

November 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

B-Grade Horror, Giallo and Dario Argento  – Jeanette Hutchinson Listen to this film score while reading the article Goblin – Suspiria (Main Theme ) The commercial success of the early horror films in Hollywood such as Cat People (Tourneur, Lewton 1942) inspired the independent cash-strapped studios to make popular low budget imitations termed B-Grades, paving the way for future Independent...

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Science Fiction Screen Feature

November 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

  The Man who Fell to Earth Friday Nov 7th: Science Fiction Cult FeatureScreening: The Man who Fell to Earth (1976) rated R 18+ stars David Bowie, Director Nicholas RoegCash Bar/ doors open 6.30pm – screens 7.30pm Sci Fi vinyl in the bar later. where: the old courthouse theatre cnr sturt and stokes street Townsville...

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Artgaze Pop Up Bar

October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Artgaze Bar Pops Up Anywhere Want to host an event in Townsville, but don’t know where to start? Artgaze Pop Up Bar is for you. Let us do all the work from liquor licensing, staff, and alcohol- you tell us your concept and we bring it to life. You can feel warm in your heart, knowing...

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Queensland Ballet presents Cinderella

October 28, 2014 | 1 Comments

By Sophie Dillon and Danaella Wivell Cinderella by Queensland Ballet at Townsville Civic Theatre Wednesday 1 October There was once a frog that lived in a small, deep well. He knew nothing but the world he lived in. His well and the sky he could see above were his entire universe. “I thought about that poor...

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I Can Keep a Secret

October 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

 Hilarious secrets will be revealed when  I Can Keep a Secret comes to Townsville! We all have dirty little secrets… Is Ryan Gosling who you’re really thinking about? Are spanx your best friend? Do you pick your nose in the car? You’re not alone The Old Courthouse Theatre will convert to a pop-up confessional box...

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Luxlumin Projection Festival a Townsville First

October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Rachel Lang            Luxlumin projection festival lit up Townsville’s business district in September, providing local artists with a fresh, new opportunity to showcase their talents. The outdoor projection exhibition, a first for Townsville, bathed walls, buildings, bridges and even trees with images, colours and light in order to expose the...

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Darkside Otherside of Amazing!

October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

On July the 19th this year, Artgaze Lab Inc.  rolled out the red carpet for the Townsville premiere of acclaimed filmmaker Warwick Thornton’s film The Darkside. with the assistance of an Artslink Queensland Regional Arts Fund (RAF) – Regional Quick Response Grant, Entertainment on the night included the Island Sensation Dancers and singer-song writer Luke Thomas. Luke Thomas recording’Tin man’...

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Bohemian Masquerade was a Ball

October 15, 2014 | 1 Comments

By Danaella Wivell Over 200 guests attended the third annual Bohemian Masquerade Ball at Federation Place in August this year. The event featured experimental artwork from a number of artists hailing from North Queensland, and Townsville in particular. Michelle Fay and the crew of Artspaced Inc. organised the ball to present art in a myriad...

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Project Puccini comes to Townsville

October 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Sophie Dillon Opera Queensland held audiences captive at The Civic Theatre in August with their retelling of the Puccini opera, La bohème. Project Puccini is a world-first initiative by Opera Queensland, which gives hundreds of Queenslanders the opportunity to perform in the chorus of a brand new production of Puccini’s La bohème. 36 adults and...

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