Coolum based artist Gerrard King is resurrecting our childhood comic book heroes with his collection of artwork entitled ‘Angry Young Things’ depicting Marvel superheroes behaving badly.
Sunshine Coast Council presents Morocco: A Creative Journey exhibition at Cooroy’s Butter Factory Arts Centre from 6 December 2012 to 26 January 2013.
Children can stimulate their creative flair this festive season by joining a Sunshine Coast Council Green Art Workshop to make beautiful environmentally friendly ‘green’ decorations and gifts.
One of the Top End’s most prominent and experimental desert artists is being honoured in the Yulyurlu Lorna Fencer Napurrurla exhibition at Noosa Regional Gallery from 28 November 2012 until 20 January 2013.
Eumundi’s School of Arts Hall is celebrating its 100th Birthday on Thursday 15 November 2012 with a re-enactment of the 1912 opening ceremony; and a Centenary Ball on Friday 16 November.
Lyndon Davis, Nambour local and direct descendant of the Gubbi Gubbi people, is having his efforts to keep his culture alive honoured by a fellow Sunshine Coast local.
The Coolum Theatre Players’ production of Urinetown – the musical enthralled audiences at its’ Sunshine Coast debut over the weekend. Directed by Linda Gefken, Urinetown is a musical spoof of a mythical town of the future where water is so scarce that private ‘pee-ing’ has been outlawed and global corporations rule with an iron fist.
Showcasing a selection of more than 1,000 artworks, workshops, sculptures, live jazz and artistic displays Sunshine Coast Grammar is expected to come alive for the annual Grammar Art Show.
Organisers of the Australian Body Art Carnivale have announced the highly anticipated theme for 2013, and it is … “The Best of Oz”!
Sunshine Coast Council presents The Flower Exposed exhibition by local artist duo Justine and Richard Newport at Caloundra Regional Gallery from 10 October to 18 November 2012.