Strathnairn Arts Centre 90 Stockdill Drive, Holt, ACT Open Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm
Anita McIntyre – Survey 1970 – 2022 Woolshed Gallery until 17 July 2022
Anita McIntyre’s ceramic practice has been inspired by the Australian landscape, extensive travel, family history and a love of clay. It has been expressed in several series of work: working with porcelain, stoneware, coloured clay, printing, reverse transfer, decals and slip casting.
Harmonie German Club 9 Jerrabomberra Avenue, Narrabundah, ACT Monday 11 July 2022
This non-audition choir welcomes all men who enjoy singing, regardless of their musical experience or ability. Newcomers are always welcome, and an Open Night on Monday 11 July will be an opportunity for interested men to get to know the choir and join up if they wish.
Erindale Theatre 7pm, Friday 22 and Saturday 23 July 2022
Unravel is a contemporary dance interpretation of the Shakespearean Romeo and Juliet story. It promises to be emotionally engaging, relevant in its themes to the current day and of a high standard both choreographically and in dance technique.
The NCACL’s mission is to collect, document and preserve Australian children’s books and literature. It aims to share the collection with all Australians through outreach activities. In order to reach national and international audiences, resources are available online.
A survey exhibition of linocuts Belconnen Arts Centre 8 July to 21 August 2022 Opening 6pm Friday 8 July 2022
The title of the exhibition, My Greece indicates how much of the artist’s creative life is entwined with Greece. It was the enthusiasm for Ancient Greece of Michael Winter’s History of Art lecturer at Art School which instilled in him the desire to visit Greece. His first visit was in 1965.
Erindale Theatre Sunday 19 June 2022 At 5pm and 8pm
Performed by the program’s full cast of 250+ dancers, aged 9 years to adult, the production features 52 dance pieces, exciting lighting and visual components and action-packed commercial hip-hop choreography.
World premiere season New dates – 18 to 25 June 2022 See websitelink below Tickets $35 to $45 Contains coarse language and loud noises, recommended 15+
Written by Luis Gómez Romero and Desmond Manderson, developed and made in Canberra, Twenty Minutes with the Devil is a gripping tale inspired by events leading to the capture of El Chapo, Mexico’s most notorious drug lord, in 2016.
Canberra Textile Works -70 Maclaurin Cres, Chifley. ACT (the former Chifley Primary School) Friday 3 to Sunday 12 June 2022 Open daily 10am to 3pm
Warped and Twisted showcases the diverse work of Canberra Spinners and Weavers’ members. There are 56 works on display employing different weaving techniques as well as knitting, crochet and stitching. Most work is for sale and at very reasonable prices.
Barbie spoke to Alison Leonard from Canberra Spinners and Weavers
Palace Electric Canberra as part of the German Film Festival 115 minutes, rated R18+ German with English subtitles, Until 18 June 2022 Also showing at Palace Cinemas nationally
Those who lived in East Germany between 1950 and 1990 will probably find the title A Stasi Comedy oxymoronic. As other films in this festival, such as the dramas The Last Execution and Dear Thomas show, there was nothing funny about a regime which demanded conformity and required people to betray friends and family members.
A Winter’s Journey brings together British tenor Allan Clayton, pianist Kate Golla, and award-winning director Lindy Hume. Videographer David Bergman animates huge digital screens with works from the late Australian painter Fred Williams.