Culture Guide: October 10 – 16

October 10th 2022
Tuesday - Heartfelt

Art in the Heart of Haymarket

Art in the Heart of Haymarket is a new festival that will celebrate Asian arts and culture through a pulsating program of new music, performance, and visual art.

WHO: 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
WHERE: Haymarket
WHEN: 1-30 October
HOW MUCH: Free

Wednesday - Eats. Beats. Art.

Parramatta Lanes Festival

Get ready to be amazed at this year’s Parramatta Lanes when the city comes to life with a free festival featuring food stalls, live music, and art installations!

WHO: City of Parramatta Council
WHERE: Parramatta CBD
WHEN: 12-15 October, 5pm-10pm nightly
HOW MUCH: Free

Thursday - Wild Wondrous Terrain

SubTerrains

SubTerrains Bankstown Biennale 2022 is a First Nations artists’ led response to local narratives of land, water and historical truths buried within Bankstown’s landscape. SubTerrains features artist talks, Riverculture Weaving workshops, forums and four nights of live performances by Theatre Kantanka.

WHO: Bankstown Arts Centre
WHERE: 5 Olympic Parade, Bankstown
WHEN: 8 October – 26 November
HOW MUCH: Free

Friday - A Continuous Celebration

Tarnanthi Art Fair 2022

Back by popular demand, the Tarnanthi Art Fair is 100% online in 2022.

Discover paintings, ceramics, sculpture, woven objects, jewellery, textiles, clothes and homewares, created by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists working independently and from more than 50 art centres across the country.

WHO: AGSA (Art Gallery of South Australia)
WHERE: Online
WHEN: 14-17 October
HOW MUCH: Free

Saturday - Listen Deeply

re-new

A spring gathering to share plants, seeds and stories as part of the current ‘re-membrance’ exhibit.

This is an exhibition that gathers artists and communities with ancestral threads stitched within the South West Asia North Africa (SWANA) region, including Assyrian, Armenian, Amazigh, Lebanese and Iranian Diasporic communities and lineages.

WHO: Arab Theatre Studio + Fairfield City Museum & Gallery
WHERE: 634 The Horsley Dr, Smithfield
WHEN: 15 October, 1-4pm
HOW MUCH: Free

NURA: DEEP LISTENING

Curated by Dennis Golding, Nura: Deep Listening is a First Nations led exhibition grounded in practices of ‘deep listening’. The exhibition will focus on the vital role of Indigenous storytelling and listening to Country.

WHO: Cement Fondu + Dennis Golding
WHERE: 36 Gosbell St, Paddington
WHEN: Opening Night 15 October, 6-8pm. Exhibition runs 15 October — 3 December
HOW MUCH: Free

Mode Festival

Mode Festival 2022 is a brand new music and arts festival reaching forward and exploring electronica’s potential. Across three absorbing stages find genre-bending DJs, producers, live and visual artists who rightly stake their claim as some of the world’s most singular.

WHO: BIZARRO
WHERE: Cockatoo Island (Wareamah) Industrial Precinct
WHEN: 15 October, 2-10:30 pm
HOW MUCH: $161

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