Tag Archives: Adamstown Arts

Hunter Singers Concert

Hunter Singers and Hunter Trebles first concert of 2018! Hunter Singers is a vibrant community choir organisation based in Newcastle, Australia, dedicated to nurturing and developing young voices and promoting Australian choral music. Now in its 29th year of exceptional music making, the choir has a history of successful international tours, high-profile performances and significant… Continue Reading

Senegalese Wild Flavours Fundraiser

Enjoy wonderful food and music and support a refugee start-up business here in Newcastle. Maimouna is part of the Mauritanian refugee community in Newcastle, and has been making her delicious wild hibiscus drinks for many years for friends and family. Maimouna is now launching her business ‘Wild Flavours’ with her Australian business partner Sarah. Wild… Continue Reading

Sing Along to the Shows – Songs that Won the Oscars

Sing Along recreates the nostalgic pleasure of singing favourite songs around the piano with a group of friends. Philip Sketchley is an amazing pianist, keeping the singers in tune. All words are provided and local theatre performers lead the singing. A delicious afternoon tea completes a delightful get-together. In early March this year, the 90th… Continue Reading

The Hunter – Let’s Face It 2018 Portrait Exhibition

This popular Hunter portrait exhibition is back for 2018. The artists of the Portrait Painters Hunter group will be holding their annual portrait exhibition ‘The Hunter – Let’s Face It’ at Adamstown Uniting Church Memorial Hall. All of the subjects are Hunter people who have contributed/volunteered throughout the region and are well known outside the region,… Continue Reading

Chopin: A Portrait – with Pianist Chris Cartner

Resonance pianist Chris Cartner tells the story of Fryderyk Chopin through a selection of his greatest works for the piano. ​ Sunday 18th March, 2.30pm Adamstown Uniting Church Purchase tickets online ($25 / $20 conc. / $15 student) Complimentary drinks will be included at the performance.   Chris Cartner – Piano Chris Cartner was still… Continue Reading

The [Y] Project presents Civil Thrill #6

The [Y] Project presents Civil Thrill #6 on Saturday 17th March in the Adamstown Dungeon. Band lineup to be announced very soon! Doors open 6.30pm. $10 entry with proceeds to Allira House for Women and Children. Proudly Supported by Dungeon Jazz and Adamstown Arts. The [Y] Project The [Y] Project are a youth run, Newcastle… Continue Reading

Healing Circle:  A Contemplative Art Installation

This art installation by Matthew Lamont consists of 5 pieces created between 2015–2017 (4 canvas pieces, 1 coffee table piece) arranged in a floor mandala. Drawing inspiration from mandala art, Contemplative Christian tradition, Koori spirituality and dreams, personal and universal themes are attended to: violence, love, peacemaking, grief and baby-loss, connection to country/cosmos, kinship and… Continue Reading

Twilight Musical Dialogues – Apollo’s Gift: Music and the Mind

Following our 2017 season which traversed the globe, our 2018 Season embraces passionate musicians who are also great thinkers. Twilight Musical Dialogues presents music neurologists, educators, philosophers and performers in recital, in their 2018 subscription series “Musical Luminati”. The first of the four-concerts is ‘Apollo’s Gift: Music and the Mind’. A presentation by a world-leading… Continue Reading

The [Y] Project presents Civil Thrill #5

The [Y] Project presents Civil Thrill #5 on the 24th February in the Adamstown Dungeon. Band lineup: Sienna Lace, Alter Ego, Dr Dingo and the Space Cadets, Byren and SHRIMP! Doors open 6.30pm. $10 entry with proceeds to The Men’s Shed Association (Men’s Mental Health). Proudly Supported by Dungeon Jazz and Adamstown Arts. The [Y] Project The [Y] Project… Continue Reading

The Wireless Chronicles #1 SPEAKEASY

Speakeasy is the first in ‘The Wireless Chronicles’ series … a delightful offering of themed concert combined with episodes of a running radio play – music / story / comedy – all rolled into one, where the audience gets to be the live guests at a radio station in the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.… Continue Reading

– Our church meets on the traditional lands of the Awabakal people, and we pay our respect to elders both past and present –