Culture Guide: July 18 – 24

July 18th 2022
Monday - Destress

Yoga for Managing Stress

Bring yourself and your friends along to join a gentle Yoga sessions at Liverpool Women’s Health Centre. These sessions are suitable for women from beginners to experienced.

WHO: Liverpool Women’s Health Centre
WHERE: 26 Bathurst St, Liverpool
WHEN: 18 July, 10-11am
HOW MUCH: $5 suggested donation

Tuesday - Three's A Party

Ugly Love

A brand new queer lovestory, the musical ‘Ugly Love’ tells the tale of realising polyamory isn’t all fun, games, and threesomes. Being “ethical sluts” isn’t easy, particularly when one of you finds love, and the other sits around watching Netflix.

WHO: Flightpath Theatre & Lucy Matthews
WHERE: 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville
WHEN: 9 July, 7-9pm
HOW MUCH: $25 cheap Tuesday, for more ticketing information please see here

Wednesday - Art After Hours

Daniel Boyd: Treasure Island

Enjoy an evening of art after hours, including poetry performances featuring Jazz Money and Dakota Feirer and a panel discussion: ‘Decolonising practices’ featuring Tina Baum, Djon Mundine and Matt Poll. There will also be a music performance featuring Kobie Dee.

WHO: Art Gallery of NSW
WHERE: AGNSW, Art Gallery Rd, Sydney
WHEN: 20 July, 5-10pm
HOW MUCH: Free! More info here


A devastating deconstruction of American imperial fantasy, the true story of William Walker’s invasion of Nicaragua- turned into a warped, anachronistic Western by Alex Cox (Repo Man) in the movie that destroyed his Hollywood career.

WHO: Pink Flamingos
WHERE: Pink Flamingos Cinema, 18-24 Sydney St, Marrickville
WHEN: 20 July, 7:30pm
HOW MUCH: $10, more info here

Indigenous Drag Night!

Walama Muru has curated an epic night, featuring FOUR incredible Indigenous drag queens. Whether you’re a serial RuPaul’s Drag Race watched or have never seen a drag performance before, this show is for you!

WHO: Walama Muru
WHERE: Roundhouse, Anzac Parade, Kensington
WHEN: 21 July, from 6pm
HOW MUCH: Donation, tickets here.

Thursday - Unmissable Emerging Art

Heart to Heart Markets

Kudos, Arc Creative, and UNSW Design Society are hosting a lively one-day event of markets from emerging artists, designers, and makers. Stalls will feature ceramics, prints, stickers, jewellery, zines, paintings for sale and everything else from the wearable to the edible!

WHO: Kudos, Arc Creative, and UNSW Design Society
WHERE: UNSW Art & Design, Oxford St & Greens Rd, Paddington
WHEN: 21 July, 12-7pm
HOW MUCH: Free, more info here

Fluid Thinking Magazine Launch and Group Show

The first issue of Fluid Thinking Magazine will be launching at Tiles Lewisham.

Fluid Thinking showcases emerging creatives with a focus on those who are part of minority groups, especially individuals who are neurodivergent and/ or disabled telling their own stories.

WHO: Fluid Thinking
WHERE: 24A Victoria St, Lewisham
WHEN: 21 July 6-9pm
HOW MUCH: Free, more info here

Saturday - Learn from the Experts

The First Step

4A invites visual art high school and university students to learn from contemporary artists by registering for The First Step, a one-on-one session encouraging future pathways in the arts.

Meet Kalanjay Dhir, Audrey Newton, EJ SON, Chris Yee and Louise Zhang.

WHO: 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
WHERE: 181-187 Hay St, Haymarket
WHEN: 23 July, from 12pm
HOW MUCH: Free, more info here

Sunday - Love A(rt)fair

The Other Art Fair Sydney

The Other Art Fair is the leading artist fair to discover and buy art directly from the very best emerging artistic talent.

Affordable works from 110 independent artists with immersive installations, performances, DJs – and a fully stocked bar.

WHO: The Other Art Fair
WHERE: The Cutaway, Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney
WHEN: 24 July, 10am-5pm
HOW MUCH: $15-20, ticket5s + more info here


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