Culture Guide: 6-12 April

April 5th 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 your guide to new all-digital culture initiatives, ready for you to engage with from the comfort of your own home!

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Monday 6 April

Carriageworks: Inside Cinopticon

Carriageworks gives you the inside info on their now-closed-to-public exhibition by Giselle Stanborough.

WHAT: Journal Article
WHEN: Always
WHERE: Online
HOW MUCH: Free, access here

Tuesday 7 April

Artforum: April

In the spirit of community, Artforum has put their entire April issue on their website for free.

WHAT: Magazine
WHEN: Always
WHERE: Online
HOW MUCH: Free, access here

Wednesday 8 April

Liquid Architecture

Contemporary art meets sound and listening.

WHAT: Content
WHEN: Always
WHERE: Online
HOW MUCH: Free, access here

Thursday 9 April

Art Sets: COVID-19 for Dummies

The Art Gallery of New South Wales presents an online ‘pocket exhibition’ by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.

WHAT: Exhibition
WHEN: Always
WHERE: Online
HOW MUCH: Free, access here

Friday 10 April

Room 2 Radio

How long has it been since you had a good boogie?

WHAT: Club
WHEN: Friday 10 April, 8pm
WHERE: Online
HOW MUCH: Free, access here

Saturday 11 April

e-flux Conversations: Letters Against Separation

As people around the world retreated into self-isolation, Hito Steyerl suggested “Letters against Separation” as a way of staying together: a collective project where writers from different parts of the world reflect on how Covid-19 has impacted them, their loved ones, their cities, and their work. Through a series of short, diary-like passages on e-flux conversations, the writers share their experience of this pandemic as its runs its course. And perhaps their words can, in some way, help us to turn this isolation into a form of kinship.

WHAT: Letters
WHEN: Always
WHERE: Online
HOW MUCH: Free, access here

Sunday 12 April

House of Mince: MINCE TV

Didn’t get a good enough rinse on Friday night? You can try again here.

WHAT: Club
WHEN: Sunday 12 April, 4-10pm
WHERE: Online
HOW MUCH: Free, access here

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