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Archive for July, 2010

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Jessica Geron – Patterns of Behaviour

Hardware Gallery continues 2010 with more solo shows opening over coming months and the next one is a special one.  Sydney Artist Jessica Geron will feature with an impressive body of work across both gallery spaces, the culmination of several years work. The exhibition will be on display for previews from Tuesday 3 August during our normal hours. Then Join us for the opening and drinks with the artist on Saturday afternoon from 3 – 5 pm. Read all about Jessica Geron - Patterns of Behaviour»

Nicholas & Alistair – a rare find

Melbourne creative duo Nicholas Mesiano and Alistair Knight are launching their newest venture; a showroom full of exceptional, international, original vintage furniture, decorative art and objects. Read about Nicholas & Alistair - a rare find»

MasterChef 2010 Winner is

MasterChef,  the show that stops a nation is coming to the end after months of “plating up”.
So who won? Read who won the Masterchef 2010...»

Hugo’s Kings Cross is not just a pretty face

Hugos received yet another award over the weekend at the Sydney Good Food and Wine Show  taking home “Best Signature Pasta Dish” and “Best Pizza” in NSW. (more…)

La Spina – ALWAYS YOU

Creating a new musical genre is a feat to which few musicians can lay a genuine claim. But when the talents of a pop diva were merged with one of Australia’s leading operatic tenors, a new category of ‘Orchestral/Pop’ was born and with it, an exciting one-of-a-kind musical act with a truly epic new album. Read all about Brisbane brother and sister orchestral-pop duo LA SPINA»

Roseanne Bartley – The world is a circle we live in – excerpts of experience

Studio 20/17 Presents ‘The world is a circle we live in – excerpts of experience’ work by Roseanne Bartley in conjunction with the Sydney Design 2010 Festival. Read all about The world is a circle we live in – excerpts of experience»

NEW LIFE RESIDENCY

NEW LIFE RESIDENCY is the world’s first non-visual residency program for artists. The residency is organized by Wooloo as a work of Manifesta 8, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, and will take place this fall in the Region of Murcia, Spain.

Artists are invited to apply for participation in the residency at www.wooloo.org/residency with the deadline for work proposals is AUGUST 15th, 2010.

Animal Kingdom leads the pride.

Directed by David Michôd. Starring Guy Pearce, Ben Mendelsohn, Joel Edgerton 

We certainly like our crime dramas gritty in this country. Michôd’s Animal Kingdom has a familiarity that does not betray the brilliant story-telling at work. It sits proudly among our best such as Blue Murder, Idle Hands and Chopper, if not ahead of the pack.  Read the rest of Estelle Pigott's review of Aussie film, Animal Kingdom, now!»

Soul-surf through winter with Last Hope at Brisbane Powerhouse

The sunshine state’s coolest creative hotspot, the Brisbane Powerhouse, is hosting a screening of indie, surf montage Last Hope.

Read all about Andrew Kidman's surf and music indie film, showing at the Brisbane Powerhouse.»

Christianna Heideman releases Black Raven by Elias

“Brooding, unkempt, and effortlessly cool,” is how Elias jewellery designer, Christianna Heideman, describes her dream man. “He’s into live music (hell, he’s in the band), he’s creative, a bit of a nomad and he’s a mad skater,” she adds, before admitting this mythical man played muse for her latest ‘Black Raven’ collection. “I haven’t found him yet, so I thought I may as well create him,” she smiles.

This season, the Elias man is layering up with necklaces, wrist bands and rings featuring crucifixes, crests, bullet shells and whitty musical references. “More is definitely more; these pieces are designed to be worn together,” says Christianna. With a tough palette of gunmetal, black and sterling silver, the cool, urban collection features raw black agate, black suede and leather, authentic bullet shells and nickel plated brass. Key pieces include a quirky knuckle duster tape deck ring, sterling silver chain link rings, a chunky agate bracelet and moody, crucifix necklace.

Priced from $70 to $160, ‘Black Raven’ by Elias will strike a chord with fashionable fellas.

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