What’s Happening This Week? September 10, 2012

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Kate Miller-Heidke in New York City: photo by Rafe Baron

South Australian artist Janice Lane has an exhibit up at the Australian Consulate General in New York City with an opening reception tonight.

Aussie play Construction of the Human Heart written by Ross Mueller runs in New York City through Sunday.

Those of you in Washington D.C. can attend a talk with Dr. Sue Wareham from Canberra about “America’s Military Policies in Australia and Beyond – Perspectives of an Australian Physician and Peace Activist” on Tuesday morning.

Rapper Iggy Azalea continues to win new fans across the country this week starting in Fargo on Tuesday, Milwaukee on Wednesday, Des Moines on Thursday, Minneapolis on Friday, Detroit on Saturday and Chicago on Sunday.

Missy Higgins and Butterfly Boucher also continue to tour across the States and are in Austin on Tuesday, Dallas Wednesday, Omaha Thursday and Kansas City on Saturday.

Australian Women in New York have another Coffee Morning on Wednesday with guest speaker Allison Jurjens.

Cosi, a work by Aussie playwright Louis Nowra, continues to run in New York City through September 23.

The Houston Australian American Chamber of Commerce has guest speaker Tom Schieffer, who was the U.S. Ambassador to Australia from 2001 – 2005 on Thursday morning.

There’s a welcome dinner for incoming Australian Consul-General Karen Lanyon in Brentwood, CA on Thursday.

Aboriginal artist Yhonnie Scarce has an opening reception for an exhibit in Charlottesville, VA on Thursday.

The amazing Kate Miller-Heidke rolls along on the Ben Folds Five reunion tour in Holyoke, MA on Thursday, New York City on Friday and Cary, NC on Sunday.

Gotye continues to take over America one city at a time, this week in Kansas City, MO on Friday and Cleveland on Sunday.

Rock band Sick Puppies are on a massive tour of the States that begins Saturday in Chicago and Sunday in Cincinnati.

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