Dilruk Jayasinha talks about Comedy after COVID

On today’s KickArts we catch-up with Melbourne comedian Dilruk Jayasinha about life after lockdown as he prepares to perform his stand-up routine as part of the Geelong Arts Centre’s Summer Sessions at Rippleside Park. Ten…


Time for an arts bootcamp

Are you ready to discover an exciting new experience in life that challenges the way you think about the world around you?Join us in an intensive 5-day DEBRIEF career taster of what it is like…



Marco Luccio’s lockdown project

The work of award-winning artist Marco Luccio can usually be found hanging in galleries and collections from New York City to Hong Kong, but for now he’s using it to instill hope on the streets…


Geelong’s new film foundation

Geelong has a new organisation aimed at assisting local film makers meet-up with producers to utilise the amazing locations around our region for film making. Geelong Waterfront Film was established because as it belives Geelong…


Surf Coast Arts trail call for artists

Now in its 9th year, the 2020 Surf Coast Arts Trail is an opportunity to discover the work of the Surf Coast’s thriving arts community. Meet the artists in their studios and creative venues from…


Over 100,000 set to enjoy PakoFesta 2020

Pako Festa, is Geelong’s much loved, award-winning, free, annual community street festival – the biggest of its kind in Australia. Managed by Diversitat and held on the last weekend of February in Pakington Street, Geelong…


They cannot take the sky

A new exhibition at the Rachinger Gallery in Geelong aims to bring to light the stories of refugees who have spent time in Australian on- and off-shore immigration detention centres. Through photo portraits and video…


We’re all ‘Waiting for Something Better’…

The current bush fires demonstrate the climate emergency intensifying and there has been discussion recently about the protest movement against government inaction on this issue not being inclusive of people from culturally diverse backgrounds. A…