“OH, What A Night!” is a concert featuring all the original Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons hits as well as many Top 10 releases. At Canberra Southern Cross Club, Wednesday, May 18.
CRAFT ACT’s newest exhibitions are “Collide + Divide”, an object-based exhibition of 10 emerging JamFactory artists, while and “Fire Country” is a furniture and photography installation by Rebecca Selleck and James Tylor addressing the physical and cultural significance of fire in Australia. At North Building, Civic Square, until July 2.
BENJAMIN Bayl conducts the Canberra Symphony Orchestra and artist-in-focus Emma Sholl on flute in “Miracles in the Age of Reason”, works by Mozart, Rameau, CPE Bach and Richard Meale. Llewellyn Hall, May 18 and 19. Book here.
ACCOMPANYING the National Library of Australia’s “On Stage” exhibition are the “Deadly Dialogues” series of talks hosted by Rhianna Patrick. The opening dialogue features First Nations dancer and choreographer Yolanda Lowatta and Tammi Gissell, dance artist and a collections access co-ordinator at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences,Sydney. NLA, 6pm, Thursday, May 19.
THE next event for ADFAS, the Australian Decorative & Fine Arts Society, will see Sally Butler, a leading authority on Aboriginal art, explaining the development of the modern Aboriginal art movement. National Library, 6pm on Wednesday, May 18.
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