Culture Guide 20-26 July
July 19th 2020
In light of mass event cancellations due to the COVID-19 crisis, Culture Guide as you know it is on a temporary hiatus.
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The next artist commissioned for BLEED, Campbelltown Arts Centre’s online project goes live today! Artists James Ngyuyen and Victoria Pham will bring you the sounds of traditional Vietnamese Đông Sơn drums.
WHAT: Online Artwork
WHEN: Until 2 August
WHERE: Bleed Website
Taiwan Film Festival
Taiwan Film Festival goes online exclusive to Australia. Check out films from the program of 11 directors, all nominated for awards!
WHAT: Online Film Festival
WHEN: Until 30 July
Sam Holt: At the intersection of where a memory meets a feeling
Returned from Berlin, Holt will exhibit new prints on linen at Artereal Gallery. Check out these contemplative snapshots of nature online if you fancy.
WHAT: Online Exhibition
WHEN: Until 25 July
WHERE: Artereal Website
Sarah Hendy: Wet Objects
Don’t you love seeing the inside of other peoples homes? Wet Objects is a series of portraits of people in their homes, a glimpse into comfort and the intimacy of relationships.
WHEN: Until 15 August
WHERE: Chalk Horse Gallery
Friendship As A Way Of Life
Zoom through a gallery thru your web browser once again! UNSW Galleries have turned their exhibit ‘Friendship As A Way of Life’ into a virtual tour.
WHAT: Virtual Exhibition
WHEN: Until 21 November
Tap Gallery’s exhibition celebrating pride in lieu of COVID cancellations for pride events is now accessible through their website. Show some love!
WHAT: Online Exhibition
WHEN: On now
WHERE: Tap Gallery Website
Through the Golden Age Cinema’s streaming service you can rent a heap of quality indie films. This documentary traces the story of the first Aboriginal Australian to return his art to his family.
WHEN: Available now
WHERE: Golden Age Cinema website