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What happens in Canberra’s art scene during lockdown, from 18 September 2021 | The Canberra Times

What happens in Canberra’s art scene during lockdown, from 18 September 2021 |  The Canberra Times

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Join the National Portrait Gallery at Zoom every Monday in the spring and take it slow with a long (virtual) look at some portraits. Get in touch with other portrait lovers every Mindfulness Monday and collaborate on the story, share ideas, connections and questions. There will be a focus on photographs from Living Memory: National Photographic Portrait Prize 2021. To register, go to portrait.gov.au. Carwoola artist Isobel Rayson’s exhibition of new work is presented online by Suki and Hugh Gallery. Rayson draws inspiration from its surroundings and nature more widely, usually beginning with walks through rural landscapes, in national parks or along beaches. The exhibition will be available online until October 17 sukihugh.com.au. If you are an opera buff who lacks the sound of sopranos, mezzos, tenors and baritones, Opera Australia provides free streaming access to six of their productions. There’s the Egyptian play Verdi’s Aida, the love triangle of Bizet’s Carmen, the tragic romance of Puccini’s La Boheme and Madama Butterfly and Verdi’s La Traviata and the stroke of will in Puccini’s Turandot. Access them on your smart device, Apple TV or computer at tv.opera.org.au. The Belconnen Arts Center invites LGBTQI + artists – at any level of artistic experience – to create and share what being queer and being part of the LGBTQI + community in 2021 means to them. Contributions from all views in 2D or 3D can be submitted using painting, graphics, sculpture, ceramics, glass, photography, drawing or mixed media. Registration deadline is midnight on October 31st. More information: belcoarts.com.au. In this A3 on paper open exhibition, artists are invited to explore their concept of “place” – a position, a place, a destination, a time or where you sit in the world. Posts close November 1st. More information: belcoarts.com.au. These dance classes – online for now – are designed for adults who want to keep their body and brain active and healthy, regardless of their mobility, skill or age. There are new online classes (paid) as well as free access to previous online classes. More information: belcoarts.com.au. Applications for the Canberra Symphony Youth Chamber Orchestra (CSYCO) have been extended to September 30, and auditions will be at the end of November. More information: cso.org.au/csyco/. Join The Street Theater online via Zoom for Re-storying: The Resilience Project and the latest module in Rewire led by art doula Zsuzsi Soboslay on Tuesday from Artists will explore practices outside of their own and get tools from a variety of art forms to encourage flexibility in how you approach your work. The session also explores public and private selves as artists. Send an email to [email protected] to participate. NatureArt Lab offers several online tutorials and courses to immerse people in nature and learn about our unique flora and fauna. This week’s offer includes illustrative native bees in watercolor on Sunday. Led by the professional botanical artist Anna Voytsekhovich. Suitable for beginners to intermediate artists. For more information go to natureartlab.com.au.

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