Culture Guide: 30 November – 6 December

December 1st 2020

Louise Zhang: New Works

Chinese-Australian artist Louise Zhang presents new works with Artereal Gallery. Featuring paintings in her signature candy-coloured palettes, this exhibition also features whimsical sculptures made in collaboration with Dylan Batty.

WHAT: Exhibition
WHEN: Until 9 December
WHERE: Online
HOW MUCH: Free, link here


Japanese Film Festival

Brought to you by the Japan Foundation, the Japanese Film Festival features 30 films shown online over ten days. Displaying a range of old classics to films made this year, and animations as well as live action, there’s sure to be something to enjoy.

WHAT: Film Festival
WHEN: 4-13 December
WHERE: Online
LINK: Here


Jason Phu: what we used to be, where we used to go

Speaking to this current moment time, mid pandemic-crises, Jason Phu presents a series of photographs in collaboration with Sly Morikawa that attempt to create a register of those emotions we never articulate or express.

WHAT: Exhibtion
WHEN: Until 19 December
WHERE: Chalk Horse Online
LINK: Here


Alex Seton: Meet Me Under the Dome

Presented by Sullivan + Strumpf, this is Seton’s ‘most personal show to date’. A series of sculptural works that explore the artist’s childhood growing up in the Wombeyan landscape.

WHAT: Exhibition
WHEN: Until 23 December
WHERE: Online
LINK: Here


Collective: Ghost

In collaboration with Brisbane ARI Outer Space, artists Jazz Money, Katy B Plummer, Meng-Yu Yan, Pony Express and Sacintya Mohini Simpson are featured in this online portal to an artistic offering.

WHAT: Artist’s website
WHEN: Until 11 December
WHERE: Online
LINK: Here


Running Dog: Letter from the Editor

It’s that time of the month again: another extraordinarily well-written, thoughtful reflection on the current state of the world and the art sphere written by Running Dog founder Naomi Riddle.

WHAT: Text
WHEN: Always
WHERE: Online
LINK: Here


Open the Vault

A classic inner-west affair: join Open the Vault for access to vintage indie rock, soul, funk and punk posters, live performances from local bands, DJ performances and food & drink.

WHAT: Festival
WHEN: 5-6 December
WHERE: Gumbramorra Hall, Addison Road Community Centre
HOW MUCH: $22-$43, get tickets here

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