Culture Guide 2-8 November

November 2nd 2020

The Lunchbox

This indie Indian film explores the accidental relationship between a man and a woman formed through a core tenant of Indian culture: food. Stream it for $4.90 through the Golden Age Cinema’s program, Movie Night online.

WHAT: Film
WHEN: Any time
WHERE: Online
LINK: Here


Four Tet Live

Experience one of the pillars of contemporary electronic-acoustic dance music’s live sets at the Sydney Opera House. Four Tet brings twinkling melodies and dancefloor kickers to your living room.

WHEN: Always
WHERE: Online
LINK: Here


Joshua Yeldham

Weaving together personal experience, a love of nature and a spiritual connection to the land, Joshua Yeldham presents new works in painting, kinetic and musical sculpture, carved works on paper and photography.

WHAT: Exhibition
WHEN: 5-21 November
WHERE: Arthouse Gallery
HOW MUCH: Free, more info here


Lindy Lee: Moon in a Dew Drop

The MCA’s big summer exhibition is here. Featuring metalworks by Chinese Australian artist Lindy Lee, ‘Moon in a Dew Drop’ explores our relationship to our universe through the philosophies of Daoism and Ch’an (Zen) Buddhism.

WHAT: Exhibition
WHEN: Until 28 Feb 2021
WHERE: The Museum of Contemporary Art
HOW MUCH: Free, more info here


PACT Fridays

PACT theatre has re-opened! If you’ve been missing a night out, PACT is opening this Friday with performances from local Sydney DJ’s and their resident artists. Featured artists include Alexander Powers, Emma McManus, Lost All Sorts Collective and Riana Head-Toussaint.

WHAT: Art performance
WHEN: Friday 6 November, 5-10pm
HOW MUCH: $17-$22, get tickets here


Ebony Russell: Sad Birthday

Ebony Russell expresses something many of us have been through with birthdays through the lockdown. Her faces capture the duality of celebrating one’s life: a gratefulness for everything around us, yet simultaneously, the longing for what may have been.

WHAT: Exhibition
WHEN: 4-28 November
WHERE: Artereal Gallery
HOW MUCH: Free, more details here


Bankstown Biennale

Western Sydney’s answer to NIRIN. The Bankstown Biennale has asked artists to examine recent crises impacting us locally and globally, as an opportunity for transformative change. View the exhibition in person or online.

WHAT: Exhibition
WHEN: Until 21 November
WHERE: Bankstown Arts Centre
HOW MUCH: Free, more details here


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