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Auchterlonie, William
William Aucherterlonie of Balgownie, New South Wales, made a violin in 1924. The wooden violin is held in the collection of the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
Andrews, Ian, b. 1961
Ian Andrews is a Sydney based independent film, video and sound artist who began practising in 1981. Much of Andrews’ work consists of video/sound collage, ...
Harcourt, Clewin, b. 1870
Clewin Harcourt had a successful early career as an artist, both in Australia and in Europe. In his later years he lived a life of ...
Paine, Garth
Garth Paine's art examines sound as an experiential medium, both in musical performance and as an exhibitable object.
Vibrations/Images from Nature

by Cross, Peter.

Peter Cross and students from Adelaide University, concert/ experimental music, ideas from sounds out of drawings

Concerto in B Sharp

by Jones, Bo.

Installation with violin and beehive, life cast, music

Ether

by Breuer, Peter, Merritt, Darrell, Samson, Peter, Tooey, Eryn.

A major production bringing together new musical direction, movement and writings with a dramatic visual scope. EAF Annual Report 1989

The Adelaide Schottische

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The Adelaide schottische [music] / composed for "The Illustrated post", by A. E. B For piano. From the Illustrated Melbourne post, [25th November, 1864] Biography ...

Fish, Donald, b. 1929
Fish produced poster designs, logotypes, packaging, TV commercials and illustrations for major clients around the world, including Cadbury's, British Airways, Qantas and TIME Magazine. Founder ...
Hansen, John, b.
New media artist who has worked across a range of electronic media. His practice has traversed kinetic sculpture, lighting shows and installations, electronic jewellery, video ...
Music Lecture Series

by Linz, Rainer.

10 lectures in structure and form in music from baroque period to 1970s

Festival Events

by Burt, Warren, Davis, Graeme, Mann, Chris, Moore, Dennis, Stitt, Peter, Weiss, Curtis.

Warren Burt, Graeme Davis, Curtis Weiss and Dennis Moore, Punk Theatre of Paris; Chris Mann and others; music, performance, poetry; Hare, Peter Stitt and Geelong ...