Celebrate our shared humanity

ABOUT 30 local artists have been selected to take part in the annual Kingston Interfaith Network Art Exhibition to help celebrate the many faiths and cultures in the community. This year’s exhibition...

Night colours on display

ARTIST Bernadette Jordan gives an insight into an exotic night garden in her first exhibition called Out of the Shadows. Her colourful collection of roses, tulips, lilies, orchids and freesias come t...

’80s culture club on show

A SHOW based on the 1998 Adam Sandler movie The Wedding Singer will entertain audiences at the Shirley Burke Theatre, Parkdale, over the next week. Set in 1985, it portrays rock-star wannabe Robby Ha...

Paper works

BALUK Arts’ Lisa Waup, left, shows off her Kart Koodin display at Frankston Arts Centre. A Boon Warrung word meaning “paper”, it is, fittingly, part of the Works on Paper exhibition running until Sat...

Could it be magic?

CHILDREN can explore magic, circus skills, theatre, drawing, and sculpture at Kingston Arts Centre’s school holiday creative workshops. The Creative Lounge program has an action-packed schedule featu...

Cuban dance

BALLET Revolución, pictured above, is at Frankston Arts Centre, 8pm, Tuesday 7 July. The international Cuban dance sensation, pictured, appears for the first time for one performance only. It feature...

NAIDOC Week art activities

NAIDOC week will be celebrated in Kingston with a month-long program of arts activities to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. To run from 5-12 ...

Rat Pack jet in to entertain

THOSE kings of cool – the singing, dancing and wisecracking members of the famed Hollywood “Rat Pack” – will entertain this month at Frankston Arts Centre. ‘Frank’ (David deCosta), ‘Dean’ (John...

An evening of jazz favourites

A WOMAN described as “Australia’s first lady of jazz singing” (Penguin Guide to Jazz, UK), will perform with her band in the Banquet Room, Kingston City Hall, 8pm, Friday 12 June. Janet Seidel has be...