Hello Music World is a global music community for anyone to access music classes and events from around the world from the comfort of their own home.
Learn from and be inspired by the choice of thousands of musicians, including songwriters, teachers and performers.
Participate in a diverse range of individual or group classes and events – learn flamenco guitar from a Spaniard, attend a Hollywood movie music composing workshop, play in an ‘open mic’ concert for anyone to perform in, or a fundraising concert to build a school in Ghana...https://www.hellomusicworld.com
In Converge futurist Dr Catherine Ball presents insights into how technology and science are providing answers to many challenges facing the world today - food shortages, war and conflict, the decline in local manufacturing, health and ageing, and global warming - and asks why we are not embracing these technologies more widely. The answer is often, 'Because we don't know about them! Dr Catherine opens our eyes to the amazing, wide world of technological advancements and explores the role we all have in learning more, owning the conversations, and determining what we want technology to be. www.drcatherineball.com
Art in Site is a London-based studio of artists, designers, and strategists. Their mission is to create healthy environments – places to heal, learn, explore, thrive, and connect – through integrated art & interior design.
They believe that creativity has so much to bring beyond beautification. In Hospital Emergency department interiors, they are helping reduce violence and aggression and raising trust in doctors. Their mental health artwork is inspiring hope, and restoring community touchpoints- especially in children’s environments. Working predominately in healthcare spaces for the last 15 years, they are expanding their horizons into education and civic spaces.
Leading artists have donated works for an
auction to highlight the need to treat refugees and asylum seekers with
dignity. Funds raised will be shared between the Brigidine Asylum Seeker
Project), and Refugee Action Collective Victoria. Artists include: Sculptor
Deborah Halpern OAM, Artist and filmmaker Angus McDonald, Archibald finalist
and director of the award-winning film, Manus, Iranian documentary photographer Hoda Afshar, and Mallacoota based
Rachel Mounsey, photographer and photojournalist. The ‘in person’ auction
is on Saturday 12th November 2pm, at the Meat Market Stables 2 Wreckyn St, North
Melbourne. Online bids at https://artmeetsactivism.com/
Tracey Emin's monumental sculpture The Mother is on view outside the Munch Museum, the site of her recent major exhibition ‘Tracey Emin / Edvard Munch – The Loneliness of the Soul’. The 18.2 tonne, nine-metre tall work emphasises the female figure as vulnerable, a protector and sexualised being; a monument to femininity and motherhood that is visible from afar over land and water. ‘The Mother sits like a Sphinx, waiting for the tide. Looking out to sea – protecting the home of Munch. She is welcoming all of nature. She is the companion of the Ghost of Munch’. www.munchmuseet.no