Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Art and Design: The Curtain Breathed Deeply, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 27 February 2015

Blending “the energy of one realm into another”, Williams’ interest in choreography and performance is clear in the interactive environment and hypnotising films that are projected within each of the exhibition’s four rooms. Reviewed by Kelly Pigram.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Fashion Film Series: Wild West by Justin Griffiths – Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 27 February 2015

VAMFF Fashion Film Series Finalist, Wild West transports the viewer to an ethereal realm of exotic mysticism where narrative is conveyed through a modern synergy of dance, fashion and art. A captivating film that captures the essence of movement and materiality, Wild West is so much more than a desert dance.

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Adelaide, Adelaide Fringe 2015

Late Night Story, Adelaide Fringe Festival

No Comments 26 February 2015

Come Fringe time, it is common to see performances that start later in the evening than normal. Rarely are there shows that make use of this possibility to such extent that it is even mentioned in the title. Late Night Story is a mystery that is that much more effective for the darkness that night […]

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Adelaide, Adelaide Fringe 2015

Him, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 26 February 2015

In a tiny tent in the middle of Adelaide, a man steps down from behind a cloud hanging from the ceiling and starts to strip for you. Unexpected, embarrassing, and a little titillating, the immediacy of this inherently sexy act shocks you. It is at this point that Geddes puts his clothes back on, and […]

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Adelaide, Adelaide Fringe 2015

Felicity Ward – The Iceberg, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 25 February 2015

Felicity Ward is every woman’s best friend and she makes it clear, she is for women. A self-professed feminist, her comedy show is more than robust, it is daring. Ward is a tiny woman and her presence could be likened to a bird. She flutters around the stage, dipping in and out of an analysis […]

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Adelaide, Adelaide Fringe 2015

I Still Call Australia Homo, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 25 February 2015

I Still Call Australia Homo is a title that really alerts you to the subject matter. This play, presented by the In and Out Project (formed by four recent graduates of the Victorian College of the Arts), introduces us to two couples, Pippa and Daniel and Jake and Cara. Set in Australian suburbia on steroids, […]

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Fringe World Perth 2015

A Little Rain Must Fall, Fringe World Perth, 2015

No Comments 24 February 2015

Theatre By The Actors’ Hub The Stables Friday 20 February Through circus, physical theatre and fairytale-like storytelling, A Little Rain Must Fall transports you to a magical world of adventure, fun and colour. Daisy is maid to the lady of the house. When dusting she discovers an enormous box that, according to the label, has […]

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Fringe World Perth 2015

Mi Casa es Su Casa, Fringe World Perth 2015

No Comments 24 February 2015

Built around the parking lot, a hotel room and the lobby this dance work employs three choreographic teams to inhabit and revolutionise the heart of this contemporary hotel.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Interview with Rohit Bhargava: Stagelabel CEO, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 23 February 2015

Stagelabel will host two events as part of the 2015 VAMFF Cultural Program, the Emerging Fashion Industry Talk and the Stagelabel Interactive Runway. We talked to Stagelabel CEO Rohit Bhargava who gave us a lowdown of what to expect in the events, as well as providing intriguing insight into how the company came to be.

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Adelaide, Adelaide Fringe 2015

Bollywood Flashmob, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 23 February 2015

You might think Bollywood dancing means a large number of dancers in perfect coordination, ornate costumes and upbeat exotic music. You may have seen some Bollywood dance clips on YouTube. But what if people gather out of nowhere and suddenly start Bollywood dancing at Rundle Mall? Bollywood Flashmob is a 90-minute dance class where you can learn classic […]

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