Annika Ganesh: 30 April, Turn of the Screw; 17, 24 Sept, ASO

Bonnie Cook: 4 May, Turn of the Screw; 17, 26 Sept, ASO

Cassie Parke: 6 May, Turn of the Screw; 19, 27 Sept, ASO

Charlie Wells: 7 May, VOSS; 20, 28 Sept, ASO

Floyd Taylor: 2, 21, 29 Sept, ASO

Phillip Cullen: 14, 22 Sept, ASO

Raphael Luxton: 15, 23 Sept, ASO

Will Hartley-Keane: 16, 24 Sept, ASO

Fanfares broadcast at the Adelaide Festival Centre.


Charlie Wells: M.Rock (25 June – 17 July)

Raphael Luxton: A Clockwork Orange (19 Aug – 11 Sept)

Floyd Taylor: Past the Shallows (12 Oct – 9 Nov)

Fanfares broadcast at the Rebel Theatre in Walsh Bay (Sydney), as part of Australian Theatre for Young People‘s productions.


Annika Ganesh: May

Bonnie Cook: June

Cassie Parke: July

Charlie Wells: August

Floyd Taylor: September

Phillip Cullen: October

Raphael Luxton: November

Will Hartley-Keane: December

Fanfares broadcast at the Perth Concert Hall at events throughout the month.


Annika Ganesh: 10-Sep QSO: Maestro 8 (7.30pm)

Bonnie Cook: 14-Oct QSO: Maestro 9 (11.30am)

Cassie Parke: 15-Oct QSO: Maestro 9 (1.30pm)

Charlie Wells: 15-Oct QSO: Maestro 9  (7.30pm)

Floyd Taylor: 23-Oct QSO: Music on Sunday

Phillip Cullen: 29-Oct QSO: Musical Theatre Gala

Raphael Luxton: 19-Nov QSO 2022: Maestro 10

Will Hartley-Keane: 26-Nov QSO: Messiah

Fanfares broadcast at Queensland Performing Arts Centre.


Floyd Taylor: Leonard’s Beautiful Pictures, 27 April, 7pm

Raphael Luxton: The Space Co, 02 June, 7:30pm

Will Hartley-Keane: Vic State Ballet, 24 June, 7:30pm

Cassie Parke: Van Diemen’s Band, 28 June, 6pm

Annika Ganesh: The Australian Ballet, 27 July, 7:30pm

Bonnie Cook: shake + stir theatre, 30 July, 7:30pm

Phillip Cullen: Royal Czech Ballet, 04 September, 2pm

Charlie Wells: Opera Australia, 10 September, 1:30pm & 7:30pm

Fanfares broadcast at Theatre North at the Princess in Launceston, Tasmania.


In 2022 Artology’s music programs selected 41 young people to participate in two workshop days to refine their Fanfare or To Country compositions with mentor composers Nicholas Vines, Lyle Chan, Christopher Sainsbury, Nicole Murphy and Jessica Wells before attending a recording session with the Australian Youth Orchestra or a concert event with either the Adelaide, Queensland or Sydney Youth Orchestras. Find out more here.

Workshop 1:  30 July, AIM
Workshop 2: 20 August, AIM
Recording Session Australian Youth Orchestra: 10 September, Trackdown Studios.
Concert 1 Queensland Youth Orchestras: 27 August, 3.45pm, Old Museum, Bowen Hill.
Concert 2 Adelaide Youth Orchestras: 24 September, 2pm, Elder Hall, Adelaide.
Concert 3 Sydney Youth Orchestras: 6 November, 2pm, Registrar-General’s Building, Sydney.


Each year Artology selects a participant for the sound programs.

Natalie Wihandono has been selected to create a sound design for The Shack production by Australian Theatre for Youth People. The show runs 25-27 November at the Rebel Theatre. Natalie will be mentored by Chrysoulla Markoulla to create the sound design.

The winner for the Syrinscape mentorship is Owen Bloomfield. Owen will be mentored by the director Benjamin Loomes to create a new soundscape for the tabletop gaming app which will be available for download later in 2022.


National short film competition for films 2 to 5 minutes. Cash prizes and awards offered in Junior Category (21 years and younger) and Open Category (22 and over). Judges are Rocco Fazzari, Nell Greenwood, Leta Keens, Essie Davis, Leah Purcell and Bain Stewart.

Entries for the 2023 Very Short Film Festival open 2 November 2022 and close 17 April 2023. A special screening event will be held at Spring Bay Mill in Tasmania on 5.30pm, Friday 26 May 2023.

Find out more here.