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It is with great pleasure that we offer William Tolliver discounts of up to 30% for a limited time only in recognition of our initial launch phase. The great majority of this limited availability offering is for original works (one of a kind) as well as a few multiple limited edition works.

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Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Photo by Derek Swalwell, courtesy of ACCA

when: Daily; not Mon
where: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
cost: Free
time: Tue-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat & Sun 11am-6pm; closed Christmas Day and Good Friday

Melbourne's leading Australian Centre for Contemporary Art surprises and impresses with its programme of commissioned artworks by local and international artists. The rust-red Modernist exterior is as striking as the visual art inside this gallery in Southbank's arts precinct.

Website: Melbourne Fringe Festival Website

Melbourne Fringe

The amazing brought to life at the Melbourne Fringe. Courtesy of Melbourne Fringe

when: Sep - Oct 2012 (annual)
where: Melbourne

The annual madness otherwise known as the Fringe gets a grip on Melbourne once more with its exuberant array of new art, ideas and spectacle. The fun isn't restricted to theatres - any unsuspecting space is commandeered by ruthless performers from all genres


Website: Melbourne Festival Website

Melbourne International Arts Festival

Melbourne Festival time in Federation Square. Photo by Carla Gottgens, courtesy of Melbourne Festival

when:     Oct 2012 (annual)

where:    Melbourne

The Melbourne International Arts Festival is Australia's premier annual celebration of the arts. Filling the whole city for over two weeks, the event welcomes the world's best in theatre, dance, visual arts, opera, music and literature.

Melbourne city is renowned for its abundance of theatres, galleries and performance spaces, all of which take on an international aspect in October during the Arts Festival. Families are not forgotten, with a range of free events to keep little ones entertained too.

Melbourne Arts festival started in 1986 as an Antipodean version of Gian Carlo Menotti's Spoletto Festival (following the Italian and American examples) but, in an enlightened procedure, invites artistic directors to programme two, three or four years only. Menotti oversaw the first three festivals, with five intervening directors until Jonathan Mills took over in 2000. Between 2002 and 2004 the director was Robyn Archer. The director for 2005 to 2008 was Kristy Edmunds, succeeded by Brett Sheehy in 2009 and 2010. 


Website: Biennale of Sydney Website

Biennale of Sydney

when: May - Sep 2012 (biennial)
where: Sydney
cost: Most events are free
The Biennale of Sydney was created in 1973 as an international showcase for contemporary art. It utilises venues across the city, such as the Sydney Opera House, Artspace, Cockatoo Island, Museum of Contemporary Art and the Royal Botanic Gardens.Under Artistic Director, David Elliott the 17th Biennale of Sydney set out to celebrate the Beauty of Distance by showcasing art from around the world. The festival's subtitle Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age focused on the positive power of art in the face of unprecedented threats: famine, conflict, inequity, environmental catastrophe and global warming.


Website: Sculpture by the Sea Website

Sculpture by the Sea

Frank Malerba's Unveiled on display at Sculpture by the Sea 2006. Photo Lou Beaumont, courtesy of Sculpture by the Sea

when: Nov 2012 (annual)
where: Bondi Beach
cost: Free
First held in 1997, Sculpture by the Sea sees the coastal path from Bondi Beach to Tamarama decorated with outdoor sculptures. Over 400,000 visitors come to view more than 100 works by both Australian and international artists.

The brainchild of David Handley, the first al fresco exhibition was so successful that, in cahoots with Sydney's Olympic organising committee, 1998 saw sculptures in place at five sites across the country - Darwin, Noosa, Albany, Bondi and the Tasman Peninsula. The festival website has an impressive gallery of previous sculptures.

Paul Selwood was announced as the winner of The Balnaves Foundation Sculpture Prize of $65,000, the main prize at Sculpture by the Sea in 2011.






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