Resist Exhibition, 24 January to 15 February, Old Ambo Galleries

Resist Exhibition, 24 January to 15 February, Old Ambo Galleries

RESIST is an exhibition by the Bloom Collective, a group of multi-disciplinary artists aged 14-25 years from the Sunshine Coast region. It features a broad variety of works that respond to the theme of Resistance and what it means to them. The exhibition showcases visual art, photography, poetry, writing, pottery, film, live music and pop-up shops from local creators.  The Bloom Collective is passionate about activism through art. It represents a wide range of topics and issues that are relevant to young people and endeavours to create safe spaces and places for young people to practice, connect and grow their art forms.  The official launch of the RESIST exhibition is from 5.00pm, Friday 24 January poignantly just before Invasion or Australia Day on 26 January. Musicians performing during the evening include; Big Whoops, Chakra Efendi, Old Home, Zebra FinchJakob Lydford and Brock Ravest. Dates: 24 January to 15 February Opening Hours: 10.00am to 3.00pm, Monday to Saturday Official Opening: 5.00pm till late, Friday 24 January; $5 entry and cash bar Partners: Proudly supported by the Sunshine Coast Council’s grants...
Bring Me Some Water For My Jagged Little Pill, 7.00pm, Wednesday 25 March, Black Box Theatre

Bring Me Some Water For My Jagged Little Pill, 7.00pm, Wednesday 25 March, Black Box Theatre

BRING ME SOME WATER FOR MY JAGGED LITTLE PILL, is a not to be missed, no holes barred, rock tribute to two of the best female artists of our time, Melissa Etheridge and Alanis Morissette. This two part show features the hits of Melissa Etheridge’s long career followed by the performance of the full album ‘Jagged Little Pill,’ Alanis Morissette’s grammy award winning 1995 album. This performance is presented by an allstar band featuring Janice Smithers-vocals/guitar; Nyssa Ray-vocals guitar/keys; Grant Byrne-bass; Harry Gusman-guitar and Shannonn Sullivan on drums. Date: 7.00pm, Wednesday 25 March Venue: The Black Box Theatre Bar: Cash bar Tickets: Adult $20, Concession $15 Bookings:...
‘There Is Always A Next Thing,’ Exhibition Work by Bachelor of Visual Arts Students, Nambour Campus, 29 November to 14 December

‘There Is Always A Next Thing,’ Exhibition Work by Bachelor of Visual Arts Students, Nambour Campus, 29 November to 14 December

THERE IS ALWAYS A NEXT THING EXHIBITION showcases work by students from the Bachelor of Visual Arts degree program at the Nambour campus of TAFE Queensland (which is delivered in a partnership with the University of Canberra). It includes painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture and multi-disciplinary installations. The project-based format of the degree has allowed students the freedom to explore a range of visual arts disciplines, based on their interests. Official Opening: Friday 6th December from 5.30pm to 7.30pm; Cash Bar Hours: 10.00am to 3.00pm, Monday to Saturday Entry:...
Tidal Tease presented by The Vaudeville Consortium, 15th & 16th November, Black Box Theatre

Tidal Tease presented by The Vaudeville Consortium, 15th & 16th November, Black Box Theatre

TIDAL TEASE is a hot burlesque and variety show with difference. Award winning entertainers will deliver a riveting evening of burlesque, boylesque, aerial acro, comedy and more! Starring: Scarlet Tinkabelle - Miss Burlesque Brisbane 2019; Trigger Happy - Mr Boylesque 2nd Runner Up 2019; De La Vinx - Burlesque Idol Brisbane 2019; Ladyle Feu; Rosetta Sterling and Ariel Onyx Dates: 7.00pm Friday 15 November; 6.00pm and 8.00pm Saturday 16 November Venue: The Black Box Theatre, The Old Ambulance Station Cost: $30 pre sale; $40 door (subject to availability) Bar: Cash bar Bookings: Sticky...
Between, Galley 1, 9-27 October

Between, Galley 1, 9-27 October

BETWEEN is an exhibition of thirty decorated bamboo poles facilitated by Richmond Fellowship Queensland to coincide with World Mental Health Day (Thursday 10 October). Richmond Fellowship Queensland are a community-owned organisation that supports people facing mental health challenges and social disadvantage. Across Queensland, our people and programs encourage self belief and discovery, personal growth and the achievement of life goals. The poles are the result of a group exercise using imagination and senses as a visual marker of inner and outer worlds…. hence ‘between’. Dates: 9 to 27 October, in Gallery 1 Offical Opening: 6.00-8.00pm Thursday 10 October Open: 10.00am to 3.00pm...