Lightscape (Royal Botanic Gardens) – theatre review

The unmissable nighttime visual spectacle Lightscape has returned to the Royal Botanic Gardens for a third winter with a reimagined trail and new installations. It is a glorious exhibition of creativity, featuring a stunning array of large-scale illuminated sculptures, many colour-changing. More than that, trees are lit up, there is fire, fog and projections along the two-kilometre…

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large scale impressionist painting projected on a gallery wall, with visitors silhouetted in front of them

Monet in Paris – art experience

Art meets technology as famous paintings by Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt and many more, are projected on an enormous scale in the new 360-immersive experience, Monet in Paris. Monet in Paris is a multi-sensory experience celebrating Claude Monet and the world’s most renowned artists of…

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Rone’s Time (Flinders Street Station) – art review

Geelong-born, Melbourne-based former street artist Rone (birth name Tyrone Wright) has crafted a remarkable time capsule three years in the making. It is set in the long-abandoned third floor wing of iconic, heritage-listed Flinders Street Station. Time is a nostalgic love letter to mid 19th century working class life in one of the world’s great cities. It is…

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