Culture Guide :: Biographical storytelling, Comedy Court and Arty Spewbags…
December 2nd 2013
It’s hard to know what to do after work sometimes… when you’ve got The Z Factor and Please Date My Horribly Awkward Son doubling up on TV, how could you possibly consider heading back outside?! Luckily, we’re keeping our eyes out to bring you the best, brightest, and usually cheapest stuff on the Sydney arts and culture scene.
So when the lure of comfortable pants and reality TV threatens to maroon you on the shores of mediocrity, FBi’s culture guide has got you sorted…
Monday 2nd :: Final days of Spew Bag Art
Does high art make you want to spew? What about bad puns? Gemma O’Brien has found the solution and it’s been circling at 50,000 feet. The Sydney-based typographer, hand-letterer and illustrator has lovingly created a series of hand drawn and lettered spew bags featured weird, wild and wonderful pop-culture puns. They’re on display at UNM gallery for just a few more days. If you miss this you’ll be spewing!! *groan*
WHAT: You Make Me Sick
WHERE: UNM Gallery, 118 Oxford St Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia 2010
WHEN: 11am – 4pm ending tomorrow!
HOW MUCH: Free
For more previews get along to Instagram and check out #spewbagchallenge
Tuesday 3rd :: Storytelling straight from the Horse’s Mouth
Rock Surfers Theatre Company has brought together seven local, national and international artists presenting evenings of exciting, autobiographical storytelling. ‘The Horse’s Mouth’ features Nassim Soleimanpour, Jimmy Dalton, Samantha Young, Adriano Cappelletta, David Quirk, Monica Hunken and Bron Batten.
WHAT: The Horse’s Mouth
WHERE: Bondi Pavilion Theatre
WHEN: Opening tonight, until the 14th December
HOW MUCH: $15 – $30 tix available here
Wednesday 4th :: The best of SCA Postgrad Class of 2013
Get down to the Sydney College of the Arts and discover the next generation of Sydney Art! Featuring the work of more than 50 students working across painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, new media, printmaking, ceramics, glass, and jewellery and object.
WHAT: Sydney College of the Arts, 2013 Postgraduate Degree Show
WHERE: Sydney College of the Arts, Park Dr, Lilyfield
WHEN: 6.00 – 8.00pm until December 11
HOW MUCH: Free
Julian Day, Requiem
Thursday 5th :: Pop-up Gallery Eeeeast-side style
EaSTUDIO is about the East celebrating and exhibiting in the East. With artists, designers, illustrators, sculpture’s, animators, film makers and photographers all getting together to showcase their work.
The inaugural exhibition features DJ EGO, Rose Ashton, Max Burns, Jimmy Fardouly, Jackson Farley, Anne Harry and Emily Robson. Get along early and grab a bevy from Ketel One, Stone & Wood and Cake Wines.
WHAT: EaSTUDIO Pop-Up Gallery Launch Party
WHERE: Beach Road Hotel, Bondi
WHEN: 6pm till late…
HOW MUCH: Free!
Friday 6th :: Comedy Court – Stand-Up Finals
After conducting nine weeks of pre-trial hearings Comedy Court is ready to stand in judgement! They’ve got seven stand-up comedians on trial and you get to deliver the final verdict. With online voting surpassing the clapometer and the worm, this is democracy at it’s hilarious best!
WHAT: Comedy Court – Finals!
WHERE: Star Bar, 600 George St Sydney
HOW MUCH: Tix from $26 -$33 from Moshtix
Don’t forget to tune in to Arvos on FBi for more Culture Guide– each weekday at 4:30pm