Art/Design

A Studio Ghibli Theme Park Is Confirmed to be Opened in 2020!

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Not to be confused with the wonderful Studio Ghibli Museum in Tokyo, it seems that the much-loved anime studio will be opening a theme park in Aichi prefecture based around the world of My Neighbor Totoro.

The plan is to open the exhibit sometime in early 2020 at the Aichi Expo Park not far from Nagoya. Click on the pic for more details.

Vivid Sydney Just Announced A Massive Line-Up for 2017!

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Save The Date: Vivid Sydney, one of the most spectacular light shows in the world, is set to impress again when it returns to Sydney for 23 nights from Friday 26 May to Saturday 17 June 2017.
Click on the pic above (photographed by Michelle Blazevic for The 5 to 9 Life in 2015) for more details.

Melbourne’s NGV Unveils A Huge Exhibition for December Featuring Yayoi Kusama

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Beginning in the Summer of 2017 and to be held every three years, this ambitious event initiated by the National Gallery of Victoria will be a large-scale celebration of the best of contemporary international art and design. Exploring the global and inter-disciplinary nature of contemporary art practice, the NGV Triennial will present major figures in contemporary art, architecture and design, film and performance, highlighting the most dynamic and adventurous new shifts and cultural contexts in contemporary art and design practice today.

Meet the Designers Shaping the World Around You in New Netflix DocuSeries

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Eight of the most creative thinkers and imaginative minds working in the world of art and design today are featured in the upcoming Netflix original documentary series, “Abstract: The Art of Design”.
Journey through their creative process, explore their work, and discover how their innovative designs have profoundly affected our every day lives.
Meet them NOW.

A DI$COUNT UNIVER$E Exhibition Is Coming to Melbourne!

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If you’re living in Melbourne, love fashion and follow the motto of DI$COUNT UNIVER$E in regards of doing what you want (in all aspects of your life), we highly suggest checking out their “it’s-too-soon-for-a-retrospective Retrospective Exhibition”.

Coming soon to a pop-up space/gallery/warehouse in Melbourne. Click the pic for details.