Melbourne Fringe Festival 2021: Death Row Dollies
Death Row Dollies explores the lives of women who fall in love with death row inmates. Part physical theatre part radio play, this performance is a collage of verbatim accounts from real-life-dollies which challenge form to challenge psyche.
COVID-19 Crisis Relief Grants for Performing Arts Workers
Support Act has now received additional funding for COVID-19 Crisis Relief Grants (formerly known as MusicKeeper/CrewKeeper).
'We Are Women See Us Roar' Photography Exhibition by Anna bandAnna
'We Are Women See Us Roar' is designed to focus on and celebrate the role of women in live music across a variety of genres highlighting the contribution women make to the music industry, an industry that has been historically male dominated.
'I Paint Therefore I Am' Portrait Exhibition by Rachel Grove
Rachel Grove started painting at the age of 24 whilst staying in the German countryside. She came across a little art shop in the village where she was staying and picked up some watercolour paints. A passion in painting was instantly ignited.
'Mandalas' Exhibition by Scott Owen
'Mandalas' Exhibition by Melbourne artist/musician Scott Owen runs from June 29th – July 11th. Scott is a double bass player and artist. He is a founding member of Australian band The Living End.
'This Is Me... Any More, It's You...' Exhibition Review by Cherie McNair
Bernzerk (aka Bernie Clifford) is a creative thinker, an entrepreneur, an artist. His photography is bold and accessible, very much like his personality. Bernzerk creates work that challenges social norms, gender norms and disrupts preconceived notions of the male gaze in photography.
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