Horizon Festival

Performance at bankfoot house, glass house mountains, qld

saturday 31 august 2019

4:00 PM for a 6:00PM perforMance

A Galaxy of Suns is thrilled to be touring again, this time heading to the stunning Glass House Mountains on the Sunshine Coast of QLD for what should be a magical outdoor performance with the mountains as our backdrop.

Occurring as part of the Horizon Festival we’re working with the amazing Oriana Choir on this performance. Bring a picnic and enjoy the beautiful surroundings before the show!

For tickets and further details please see the festival website:


performance at the Freemasons Hall, Adelaide

Friday 12 October 2018

8:30 PM

A Galaxy of Suns is hitting the road for a performance as part of Spectra: Art + Science 2018.  Presented by ANAT the  festival features a 3-day symposium on art and science, workshops and performances.  A Galaxy of Suns will mark the end of the festival, performed with local singers in the spectacular foyer of the Freemasons Hall.

Tickets for the event are available here

For further details about the festival visit



The altitude project

sound installation, Linden ObservaTory

Saturday 4th November 2017

 5:30pm – 10:00 pm

To marshal in the summer team Galaxy is heading up into the mountains,  to the historic Linden Observatory.  We'll be  installing a sound installation as part of The Altitude Project's launch event.

The Altitude Projects is an exhibition of contemporary art installed on the heritage site of the Linden Observatory. BYO picnic under the stars while artists present works intersecting art, science and cultural history. Tours and full moon viewing through telescopes organised by the Linden Observatory Trust. 

Book your free tickets here.

For further details about The Altitude Project see the event flyer or visit the website.





Melbourne Festival

Performance at the ian potter museum of art

October 10 2017, 7PM

A performance of A Galaxy of Suns will feature as part of the Melbourne Festival, in association with The Ian Potter Museum of Art's exhibition The Score.

To be performed across all three levels of the museum, we'll be working with singers from Melbourne's Concord Ensemble  to sing the stars above Melbourne.

Tickets are available form the Melbourne Festival Website.




award nomination

A Galaxy of Suns  has been shortlisted for a 2017 CHASS Australia Prize!  The awards  honour distinguished achievements by Australians working, studying, or training in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) sectors.  

The awards will be announced on  October 10 .  We wish all nominees the best of luck!




The Score

The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne

1 August - 5 November 2017

A Galaxy of Suns  has been included in the exhibition The Score  at The Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne, from 1 August to 5 November.  The exhibition will  feature a screening of  the app and a 5m long 'visual score' of star data.  





8:15 PM Friday 7 April 2017, Kandos, NSW


We're really excited to be working with the Cudgegong Choir to present a performance of A Galaxy of Suns as part of Cementa 17.

For those of you unfamiliar with the event, Cementa is a biannual festival of visual art and performance in the regional NSW town of Kandos.  Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Cumber Melon Range and a short drive from Wollemi National Park it's a pretty special part of the world and well worth the trek.  We're thrilled to be teaming up with local singers to present the work.

A Galaxy of Suns will be performed on the festival's opening night, with the performance commencing at 8:15PM on Friday 7th April in the Kandos Community Hall.  

For more information about the festival, including the schedule and line-up of events head over to the Cementa website.







We're thrilled that A Galaxy of Suns the app is included in the exhibition Red, Green, Blue: A History of Australian Video Art.  Curated by Matthew Perkins the exhibition is being held at the Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane, running from 30 March to 8 July 2017.

The survey showcases the work of over 60 Australian artists and it's exciting to have the app featured as part of this lineup!