Culture Guide: 15 – 21 November
November 15th 2021
Monday November 15
“Meraki Artists is a group dedicated to collaboratively working to produce excellent artworks and to exhibiting them. The artists are friends from various parts of Sydney. They have all been active in several photographic clubs and groups across the city and this is how they met one another. Within these forums they have worked in mentored project groups with other talented photographic artists in which each member produced a portfolio of work for internal and external exhibition.
The Meraki Artists group exhibited its work as part of the Head On Photo Festival in November 2021 at the TAP Gallery in Surry Hills.”
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Tuesday November 16
Wednesday November 17
“The Sydney Opera House presents Liminal, a bold, new contemporary music film series featuring eight Australian artists creating unique live performances for the screen. Free, cinematic weekly performances will be presented over three weeks in November, premiering on Stream, the Opera House’s online streaming platform for world-class performing and digital arts, and across the Opera House’s Facebook and YouTube channels.”
Check out this free event from the 5th – 27th November with the link here!
Thursday November 18
“Start your Thursday with the perfect Foodie experience. The Foodies and Farmers Market Hurstville is a vibrant Farmers market with over 20 stalls buzzing with excitement, brilliant live entertainment, and delicious food. Think bagels, local honey, and lots of Gluten-free and Vegan goodies. They love that they can give you the freshest local produce in an outdoor environment.”
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Friday November 19
“Sydney, Australia: Head On Photo Festival, Australia’s leading annual photography event, today announced the full program of exhibitions and events, including a major activation of Bondi Beach. Taking place from 19 – 28 November 2021, the program includes over 60 outdoor exhibitions at Paddington Reservoir Gardens and Bondi Beach, six large-scale photo boxes displaying the best of the Festival and a series of talks and workshops. Following the success of the Head On 2020 digital festival, an online Open program will bring a series of talks and workshops virtually to audiences across the country and the world.”
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Saturday November 20
“Using basic hand building techniques, Ceramicist Elsa Jara builds a personal collection between the viewer and the sculptures, connecting her culture to the clay. This body of work was produced during the recent lockdown, when Elsa’s life and working routine were compromised, threatened, and changed.”
This exhibition opens on Saturday November 20 at the Arts Centre Gallery. Click the link here for more information!
Sunday November 21
“Every Sunday families are welcome to book in to attend free art activities inspired by the exhibitions on display. Bookings are open for each Sunday (excludes public holidays).
Free Art Sunday activities are designed for kids of all ages, and as a family you can all join in and get creative. Each activity takes around half an hour to complete. Art Sunday is staffed by artist educators who encourage parents and children to add to their experience of the gallery by accessing hands-on art making activities in a family friendly environment.”
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