Culture Guide : June 7 – June 13

June 7th 2021
Monday June 7


“This land was not peacefully settled – Unsettled uncovers the untold histories behind this nation’s foundation story.”

WHO: Ryan Presley, Tony Albert, Charlotte Allingham  + more.
WHERE: Australian Museum
WHEN: Every day till 10th of October, 10am-4pm
HOW MUCH: Free, more info here

Tuesday June 8

Made / Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewellery

“From intimate pieces to large scale works, the contemporary jewellery in Made / Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewellery explores the act of making and how jewellery is worn on the body, telling stories that start with the artist and continue through the life of the object worn or experienced, creating new resonances with owners into the future.”

WHO: Australian Design Centre
WHERE: 101—115 William Street, Darlinghurst,
WHEN: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am to 4pm, 20 May – 7 July
HOW MUCH: Free, more info here

Wednesday June 9

Silly To Think

The new Australian play Silly to Think by emerging writer Sophie Davis, best described as “philosophy meets Fleabagtackles the absurdity of being a woman in a chaotic and bizarre universe.”

WHO: Sophie Davis
WHERE: Fringe HQ, Newtown Theatre
WHEN: 9th – 12th of June
HOW MUCH: $25 – $35, more info here


Thursday June 10

Powerhouse Late : Residents Takeover

“NSW Creative Industry and Sydney Observatory Residents take over the Powerhouse with a selection of live performances and screenings throughout the Museum.”

WHO: MAAS Residents
WHERE: Powerhouse Museum
WHEN: Thursday June 10th, 5pm
HOW MUCH: Free (bookings required), more info here

Friday June 11

The Kings

“Drag Kings are here to stay! Don’t miss this monthly showing of heart-stopping, chart-topping gender f*ckery at it’s finest.”

WHO: Hosted and curated by Laura Hart
WHERE: Giant Dwarf Theatre
WHEN: Friday June 11th at 7:30pm
HOW MUCH: $25 – $35, more info here

Saturday June 12

The Hunger

“A vampire’s human familiar, whose burning desire to be turned becomes all-consuming. The familiar mournfully traverses debris of iconography — a cowboy, a veil, a ghost double — in a futile search for transformation.”

WHO: Marcus Whale
WHERE: East Sydney Community Arts Centre
WHEN: June 11th & June 12th, 7pm and 10pm
HOW MUCH: Free, more info here


Sunday June 13

My Name is Gulpilil

“Combining a wealth of archival materials, film clips, along with its fascinating central interview with Gulpilil, My Name Is Gulpilil provides an incredibly moving portrait of the actor.”

WHO: Directed by Molly Reynolds
WHERE: Golden Age Cinema
WHEN: Sun 13 Jun 5:45 PM
HOW MUCH: Tickets between $18 and $22, more info here

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