Culture Guide: 13-19 July
July 12th 2020
In light of mass event cancellations due to the COVID-19 crisis, Culture Guide as you know it is on a temporary hiatus.
Creative communities across the country are facing devastating loss and uncertainty in this time, but we’ll continue to do the work to support a vibrant and creative Sydney. That means looking into new and innovative ways to bring arts & culture content to you, inviting artists to create exclusive content, and continuing to provide a platform for emerging culture.
In the meantime, keep scrolling for activities you can enjoy whether you’re staying home or venturing out as Sydney arts and culture gets back on its feet and reopens its doors.
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Hannah Brontë: mi$$-Eupnea
Being amongst plants slows us down. Coming from Campbelltown Arts’ Centre’s online program, Hannah Brontë shares a series of videos accompanied by reflections on intuition and our human connection to the places we inhabit.
WHAT: Online Art
Local Sydney artists come together with ‘the warmth of a hug’ for an event organised by PACT. RSVP essential for this night of community arts. Hear from Manisha Anjali, JD Reforma, Kris Savic and Akil Ahamat.
WHAT: Online Event
WHEN: Wednesday 15 July, 608pm
The viewing room for Tony Albert’s exhibition at Sullivan & Strumpf is still open. You Wreck Me is a cuttingly playful series of drawings.
WHAT: Online Exhibition
WHERE: Sullivan & Strumpf website
Tara Marynowsky: Coming Attractions
The Carriageworks Journal still lives! Scratching away at film with a knife, Marynowsky reframes our impressions of iconic Western actresses. Watch these flickering animations below.
WHERE: Carriageworks website
Work In Progress
Gather to see how the art you love is made. A video watching party following the creative processes of EJ Son, Kris Savic, Serwah Attafuah, Mika Benesh and Gianna Hayes.
WHAT: Live Watching Party
WHEN: Friday 17 July 6-8pm
Room 2 Radio
Room 2 Radio is still going and it looks like clubs won’t be opening for a while. Tune into this twitch stream on Friday after 8pm to safely enjoy a good d-floor rinse.
WHAT: Online Club
WHEN: Friday 17 July, 8-10pm
Pari in Parramatta reopens its doors with the exhibition ‘Companions’. Artists exhibiting ( Reanne Chidiac, Kath Fries, Chevron Hassett, Miska Mandic, Audrey Newton and Dianne Turner) were selected from responses to a callout to Western Sydney earlier this year.
WHEN: Sunday 19 July 12-4pm