Culture Guide: 29 November – 5 December
November 30th 2021
Presented in partnership with Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, Dean Cross’ ‘Icarus, my Son’ is a semi-autobiographical exhibition that takes inspiration from the ancient Greek tragedy of Icarus and Daedalus. Throughout the exhibition, Cross examines themes universal to the experience of those in rural and remote communities who seek to expand their horizons. Featuring new video, sculptural and installation work, Icarus, my Son investigates ideas of home, ambition, cataclysm and loss.
This exhibition is free. For more info, head here.
Forget ‘War of the Worlds’. It’s time to get reacquainted with the audio genre experiencing a renaissance! The presence of audio fiction and radio drama is growing across radio airwaves and podcast apps globally. But what makes it different from other kinds of audio storytelling? Whose stories are being told, and how? All The Best’s first Masterclass with guest Erin Kyan is a must for anyone keen to explore the exciting world of audio fiction.
For more info, head here.
Head along to the inaugural outing of Queer PowerPoint – a new experimental performance series. Queer artists from across Sydney and invited to explore and share an idea, current obsession, or ongoing fascination using that most staid and ubiquitous of programming tools – PowerPoint. It’s basically a bunch of queers deep diving into highly niche content in a very gay way.
Tickets are $15 – $40 (pay what you feel). For more info, head here.
With prices starting from as little as $100, this is an art fair for everyone. Whether you’re a first-time art buyer, seasoned collector, curator, investor, gallery owner, art lover or anything in between, you are guaranteed to find something to add to (or start!) your collection. Plus, with performances, hand-poked tattooing, DJ sets, art installations and a fully-stocked bar awaiting you, The Other Art Fair has everything you need to enjoy a cultural day out in a spacious, COVID-safe environment.
This event will run from 2 – 5 December. Tickets are For more info, head here.