Culture Guide: 29 June – 5 July
June 28th 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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GARJ works out of western Sydney and provides a platform for people to get their art out there. Check out their merch and find out how to get involved via the Instagram linked below.
The arts is getting a financial injection from the federal government. Grants will be available for production, film & events from July. Click the link below for more info.
WHERE: Info online
Da 5 Bloods
Iconic director Spike Lee’s latest film Da 5 Bloods is now available to stream on Netflix. Content warning: violent themes.
WHEN: Available now
A Familiar Place I've Never Seen
Casula Powerhouse is open with a show of paintings that were made in response to interviews the artists conducted with folk about their dreams. Check it out online or in person.
WHEN: Until 23 August
WHERE: Casula Powerhouse
Blacktown Arts Centre is open Tuesday-Friday with Terra InFirma. You’ll find detailed illustration, fire and nature from artists that connect with their ancestry.
WHERE: Blacktown Arts Centre
WHEN: Until 10 July
Dianne Wells: Geomorphology
The daughter of a geologist, Dianne Wells shares her explorations of the land in a series of photographs. Exhibition now open.
WHEN: Until 18 July
WHERE: May Space
Melanie Mununggurr’s work is featured on Cockatoo Island for NIRIN, the 22nd Biennale of Sydney. Watch the performance that got her there in the link below.