Chopin & Champers by Candlelight -
Piers Lane is a UK based Australian pianist who stands out as an engaging and highly versatile performer. He is a five time soloist at the Proms and his extensive concerto repertoire has led to engagements with many of the world’s great orchestras including all the BBC and ABC orchestras.
Piers will delight audiences with an extraordinary feast of talent as he performs for the Ballarat Arts Foundation and Plate Up Ballarat at St Paul’s Anglican Church Clunes, a significant historic building built in 1871 and a beautiful backdrop to this enchanting performance.
If you can’t attend or you simply want to give back to the artists and musicians of Ballarat, consider purchasing a sponsored ticket, and we will coordinate these to be issued to music students, artists and others who would directly benefit from attending Piers’ performance.
PERFORMANCE TICKETS AT ONLY $45 / $35 CONCESSION.
SPONSORED TICKETS ARE $45 EACH.
PLATE UP SUPPER & PERFORMANCE $120 + BOOKING FEE
Join us in the magnificent setting of Ballarat’s own Willow & Stone Estate to help us mark the launch of the new grant-making year and our calendar of events and activities.
Tickets are only $15, and you can raise a glass of bubbles to the creative and successful past recipients of Arts Foundation grants, hear about upcoming initiatives for year, and celebrate the beginning of the search for the new grant recipients for 2019.
Hear musical performances from our past alumni, and share their experiences.
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Join us for an exclusive event at the highly anticipated Pub with Two Names as we take you behind the scenes of this latest design remodelling by David and Yuge Bromley.
Presentations and talks by Chef Donatello, alongside Yuge and David.
All profits raised from the event will be directed to the work of the Ballarat Arts Foundation, investing in and supporting the energies of artists who have lived, worked and studied in the Ballarat region.
Ticket numbers are strictly limited.
THU 26 APR – SAT 19 MAY
In a group exhibition by three Ballarat artists and two Ballarat Arts Foundation alumni (Tamara Kellett and Jessica Schroeter), their work will explore and reflect diverse ideas, media, styles and approaches, yet reflect and allude to how they are all intrinsically linked to a common interest and fascination with the beauty and colour of ‘indigo’.
Kim Anderson's work appears in The Thin Veil exhibition at The Lost Ones Contemporary Art Gallery
In this series of new and recent works, LAND celebrates the changing seasons, the subtle tones of response from the landscape to the loss of water, or the chilling cold. These colours are ones a farmer would recognise, noting the time to plant or harvest or appreciating that it's time to protect from fire. They also reveal a deep love and respect.
LAND is a collection of works that are simultaneously beautiful as well as thought provoking.
The announcement of the award winners of the 2017 Ballarat Arts Foundation grants and prizes.
The opening date for submissions for the 2017 Grant Applications.
Four Seasons Fine Music Festival is proudly supported by the Ballarat Arts Foundation.
Four Seasons Fine Music Festival, supported by the Ballarat Arts Foundation
Ballarat Arts Foundation Alumni performs in Desperate & Dateless, as part of the Ginger and Tonic group.
We welcome you to attend the launch of the 2017 Ballarat Arts Foundation grants program.
Please join us in the Humffray Room, Mechanics Institute, for a light meal and presentation of the latest round of grants.