做乜嘢 - Zou Mat Je
做乜嘢 - Zou Mat Je
Zou Mat Je (做乜嘢) is a zine that explores Cantonese cultural identities and histories. It presents creative work from Cantonese people and people who identify as belonging to the Cantonese diaspora.
Dance of the Uzbek Flower
A new work for renown Uzbek virtuosa pianist Elnura Mirzakamalova and the Uzbekistan National Symphony Orchestra to be presented in September 2020 as part of the VI International Festival of Symphonic Music in Tashkent.
The Sarajevo Haggadah Part 2
Multicultural Arts Victoria
The Sarajevo Haggadah is multi-disciplinary project that involves elements of live public lecture, exhibition, projection and music performance featuring and international guest speaker, Dr Eli Tauber from Sarajevo.
Australian Medical Students' Orchestra
The Australian Medical Students' Orchestra (AMSO) aims to bring medical students from across Australia for a weekend of music, culminating in the annual charity concert.
Art in the Culture of Tea
Australian Tea Cultural Seminar
Art & Culture can be perceived in many ways by people and the communities they live in. Art has been included in the culture of tea for thousands of years but NOT in Australia. AUSTCS looks to change this, please help us.
Stage-to-Screen: FAMILY VALUES
Australian Theatre Live
David Williamson’s penultimate play, FAMILY VALUES, will be filmed at Sydney’s Griffin Theatre and released to cinema, streaming and education audiences across the country.
We Met Online
The online dating culture is a rich catalogue of short attention spans. As we tend towards treating people as disposable, one should be afraid of who they overlook.
Armature is a story about loss, dealing with grief and the inability of Australian men to connect or seek help.
We're Probably Really Happy Right Now
An unpredictable theatrical vortex through gender, misogyny, climate change, and tall poppy syndrome; using pop culture tropes, satirising romantic stereotypes, and dance, this comedy will blow you out of your seat.