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Arts

Gallery

performing arts

Guide

Guide

South

NORTH

SOUTH

146 ARTSPACE 31 July – 28 August Scheme

ACADEMY GALLERY Tasmanian College of the Arts, (Inveresk) 29 July – 21 September Luminous World: contemporary art form the Wesfarmers Collection

COMEDY

SALAMANCA ARTS CENTRE PEACOCK THEATRE

SOHO 6 Aug Cloud Comedy 3 September Cloud Comedy

BRAVE ART GALLERY (Longford) August So Far So Good group show

DICKENS CIDER HOUSE 14 August Uber Comedy Hobart

6 – 9 August Chunky Move Keep Everything 7- 8 August Disclosed (a performance in three cells) 23 August Kickstart presents Breaking 30 August Kickstart presents Breaking

BURNIE REGIONAL GALLERY 5 July – 14 September ArtRAge 2013 18 August – 14 September Primary Kaleidoscope

THE WARATAH 9 August The Clubhouse presents: Matt Okine

ART MOB 1 – 17 August DACOU Dreaming 29 August - 7 September Quela’s Eden BETT GALLERY 1 – 29 August Jane Burton CONTEMPORARY ART TASMANIA 9 August – 7 September Subtle COLVILLE GALLERY 25 July – 13 August Ruth Frost 15 August – 3 September Milan Milojevic DESPARD 6 August – 1 September Drawing Now DUNALLEY WATERFRONT CAFE August Michele Wilkie HANDMARK 25 July – 12 August Ella Noonan 14 August – 10 September Josh Foley INKA 24 July – 13 August Deb St Leger 14 August – 3 September John Karafyllis MONA Until 8 Sept The Red Queen PENNY CONTEMPORARY 18 July – 13 August Meg Cowell ROUND ROOM GALLERY (The Homestead 304 Elizabeth st, Nth Hobart) until 10 Aug Carol Maney. 13 August – 14 September Museum Patterns, Lucy Hawthorn.

DESIGN TASMANIA 30 May – 24 August Focus on Glass: Glass Manifesto DEVONPORT REGIONAL GALLERY 28 June – 10 August Fashion Fancies 16 August – 28 September Josh Foley GALLERY PEJEAN ^ - 30 August Landscapes 2014 HANDMARK EVANDALE 10 August – 10 September Robyn McKinnon QVMAG 22 February – 22 March 2015 Vincent McGratt Until 19 October Fred Williams SAWTOOTH 4 – 26 July FRONT GALLERY: Matthew Newton and Sarah Rhodes NEW MEDIA GALLERY: I Heart Video Art Curated by ANCA Gallery (ACT) MIDDLE GALLERY: Helene Weeding PROJECT GALLERY: Neil Grose

NORTH COMEDY

DOCTOR SYNTAX 29 August The Doctor’s Best Medicine

DICKENS CIDERHOUSE

THE BRISBANE 28 August The Comedy Forge

FRESH ON CHARLES

FILM CINEMONA Until 10 August Verdi’s Rigoletto From 23rd August Verdi’s Otello

THEATRE

13 August Uber Comedy

8 August Fresh Comedy presents: Matt Okine

BURNIE ARTS AND FUNCTION CENTRE 21 August The Kransky Sisters

DEVONPORT ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE 20 August The Kransky Sisters

THEATRE

PLAYHOUSE 8 – 16 August Hobart Rep presents Journey’s End

PRINCESS THEATRE

POP-UP THEATRE No.1

EARL ARTS CENTRE

28 August – 7 September The Berry Man

THEATRE ROYAL 15 – 16 August The 39 Steps 21 – 23 August Circus Oz 4 -6 September Swamp Juice (in Theatre Royal Backspace) 4 – 6 September Henry V

21- 23 August Godspell

25 Jul – 2 Aug Launceston Players presents Steel Magnolias

BURNIE ARTS AND FUNCTION CENTRE 1 – 2 September Swamp Juice

DEVONPORT ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE 15 August Barassi the stage show

ROSNY BARN - SCHOOLHOUSE GALLERY 18 July – 10 August Peter Tankey and Aaron Wasil 16 – 24 August Sixteen Legs: enter the cave 29 August – 2 October Blake Prize Touring Exhibition TMAG 30 May – 14 Sept Pat Brassington

WARP RECOMMENDS…

Scratch An Aussie

Usually Warp thinks you should go see whole shows and you should see the show this is part of (Giving Voice at The Salamanca Arts Centre), but this video work by Richard Bell is so amazing that you are pretty much required to see it. It might be the most important single art work produced in Australia in the last ten years, because it goes straight to the core of the national shame: Australia’s treatment of Aboriginal people. What’s special about this work is how Bell gets there and what he does once he arrives: he uses comedy. Scratch an Aussie is funny, and a powerful testament to what satire really is: a weapon. True contemporary art by one of our finest current practicing artists, who knows exactly how to screw around with his audience. Miss this one at your peril. Scratch an Aussie is part of Giving Voice at the Salamanca Art Centre. www.facebook.com/warp.mag 29

Warp Magazine August 2014  

Warp Magazine is Tasmania's only monthly Music and Arts magazine.

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