This gentle story of girl power is told in the voice of Super Nova’s brother. She is always up to mischief but has everyone fooled except for him. Despite the challenges of being an older brother to Nova, he is always there to cheer her on – even through tussles with aliens.
An exhibition of paintings and ceramics Humble House Gallery 93 Wollongong Street, Fyshwick 10 to 28 March 2021 Open Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm
The evocation of home is at the heart of these works as we travel from the sea, along the many roads to Canberra city and region. In the airy upstairs gallery at Humble House, the works in this exhibition are a burst of colour and light.
MobileMuster, an initiative funded by the mobile phone industry, is aiming to collect and recycle many of the estimated 5 million broken mobiles in Australia in its Go For Zero campaign during March.
The head of MobileMuster, Spyro Kalos, says that MobileMuster extracts 95 per cent of the materials in phones, including glass, plastics and rare materials, by hand in Australia and sells them for reuse.
20 to 28 March 2021 Various venues including Gungahlin Town Centre
Celebrate Gungahlin will present a program of around 30 arts and community events across the Gungahlin region. including a talent quest, the Rotary Local Community Market, children’s activities, a family picnic day, a variety of workshops and performances of all sorts.
Connection to neighbours and community will be at the heart of the festival.
National Film and Sound Archive of Australia Until 1 August 2021
This is a survey exhibition drawn from the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW) collection, the artist’s private archive, and sound and moving image from the NFSA. It includes probably Bishop’s his most famous photograph – then prime minister Gough Whitlam pouring a handful of earth into the hand of Vincent Lingiari.
Bishop was Australia’s first Indigenous press photographer and the photographs in the NFSA exhibition are from his 60-year career as a photojournalist, personal images of family and friends and intimate portraits of members of the Aboriginal community.
This engaging exhibition, which begins TAC’s gallery year, is in three parts – the paintings of artist Jack Featherstone, an essay about his father by writer Nigel Featherstone and a film by Anna Georgia, with Jack as raconteur.
String quartets recalling musical dedications to the Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm II Thursday 11 March 2021 7pm Wesley Uniting Church Forrest
The reign of King Friedrich Wilhelm II was relatively brief and his greatest claim to fame today is the building of the Brandenburg Gate. But as a patron of the arts, many notable chamber works were penned for him, including all three quartets featured in this program.
The Hunt of the Halfling is the first of a planned series under the title CrimsonTale. Fans of the Twilight series will be interested in this new Brisbane based writer.
The story is full of vampires, faeries, werewolves and the sort of burgeoning romance that young people will know only too well, and older readers too perhaps, depending on their circumstances. But at the very least older readers will recall that stomach twisting sense that a relationship is going to be more than getting to know a new best friend.
Diana Doherty & Streeton Trio Llewellyn Hall, ANU 7:00 PM Thursday 12 March 2021
Sydney oboist Diana Doherty is acclaimed worldwide for her unparalleled command of a famously tricky instrument. The Streeton Trio perform with Diana and alone in masterpieces of the chamber music repertoire.
An Enlighten Canberra performance Australian National Botanic Gardens 5 to 14 March 2021
Symbiosis takes the audience on a guided walk through different environments in the Australian National Botanic Gardens, exploring our human connection with Nature, our part in the natural world and its delicately balanced ecosystems.
It aims to direct focus back onto the urgency of climate action and to remind us of our role in protecting the precious.
Tour one of the five- concert 2021 series Llewelyn Hall, ANU School of Music Thursday 15 March 2021
Selby and Friends will present a year of piano trios in 2021. The first concert features Franz Schubert and three important 20th century composers:, Ernest Block, Joaquin Turina and Dmitri Shostakovich.