Culture Guide :: Chasers, Artists Talks & Occupy a Car Park

March 14th 2014

FBi's Weekend Culture Guide

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…


Friday: Chaser’s Empty Vessel

The Chaser guys get back into their freewheeling and intoxicating (i.e. fully licensed) talkfest tonight, grilling Australia’s new Human Rights Commissioner Tim Wilson, Singer Darren Percival (The Voice, Season 1) and Gold Walkley winning journalist Sarah Ferguson.

WHAT: Chaser’s Empty Vessel
WHEN: Tonight
WHERE: Giant Dwarf, 199 Cleveland St Redfern

The Chaser


Saturday: Talk with photographic artist Justine Varga

Justine Varga’s current exhibition ‘Sounding Silence’ is a series of images that utilise minimalism and space to bring sublime silence, peace and light to the everyday. Catch her talking about the series tomorrow.

WHAT: Artist talk with Justine Varga
WHEN: Saturday 2pm
WHERE: Stills Gallery, 36 Gosbell Street Paddington NSW

Justine Varga, Morning, 2014

Justine Varga, Morning, 2014

Saturday:  Occupy Alaska Projects

With the launch of safARI 2014, Alaska Projects are showing brand new work by performance artist Frances Barrett for the next three Saturdays in their spacious car park cum artist space.

WHAT: Occupation, new performance work by Frances Barret
WHEN: Saturday from midday for the next 3 weeks
WHERE: Alaska Projects, Lvl 2 car park, 9A Elizabeth Bay Rd Kings Cros

Alaska Projects

Weekend: Living in Harmony Festival

Celebrating the diversity of Western Sydney’s local Muslim community, the Harmony Festival are kicking off this weekend. The first of a series of highlights is a performance devoted to Lebanese artist and poet Khalil Gibran‘s 1923 prose poetry collection, The Prophet’. 

WHAT: Khalil Gibran’s The Prophet
WHEN: 7.30pm tonight & Saturday night
WHERE: 5 Olympic Parade, Bankstown Arts Centre
HOW MUCH: $20 / $10 concession

Living in Harmony Festival


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