Events

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Livin’ the Dream Exhibition Documentation by Campbell Henderson 7 Jun 2017 – 18 Jun 2017 Livin’ the Dream is a surreal collection of contemporary ceramic installations. Each, in their own way, examine the mystifying logic and tactile sensations of the subconscious. Dreams of food are suddenly alive with… Read More

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Redfern End of Days Exhibition Documentation by Campbell Henderson Redfern End of Days was an exhibition of paintings by James Stephenson held from 10th May 2017 – 21st May 2017. Redfern End Of Days is a series of plein air paintings depicting the life of the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy,… Read More

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Shit Talk / Real Talk 13 April – 30 April 2017107 Window Box The 107 Window Box curators believe that art should exist as a dynamic part of its local social ecosystem. Ariel Ruby’s practice explores a range of materials and subjects, often employing ethnographic strategies to… Read More

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The New Plot Words Amy Willing Developed by Actors Centre Australia & 107. 29th March – 9th April 2017 107 Projects and Actors Centre Australia (ACA) launched The New Plot in 2016, a new development award for Australian Playwrights. The initiative was created to foster professional development for writers and… Read More

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Koori Gras Words Amy Willing 21 Feb 2017 – 26 Feb 2017 Koori Gras was a vibrant showcase of unique First Peoples culture and community. Curated by Tim J Bishop, Liza-mare Syron, and Mish Sparks (Mod Productions), Koori Gras was produced by Moogahlin Performing Arts in association with… Read More

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Blak Mirror  Blak Mirror was curated by Jason Wing, a Sydney-based artist who strongly identifies with his Chinese and Aboriginal heritage. Exhibition Dates: 18 Jan 2017 – 29 Jan 2017 Blak Mirror was an exhibition featuring emerging, early career, regional, local and interstate multidisciplinary artists reflecting their view of Australian society… Read More

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Review:  Brainchild Words Sam BaranImages Courtesy of the Artists Brainchild is showing tonight, tomorrow & Sunday (September 23 – 25), 7pm. Tickets are $20/25 and available here or on the door. Brainchild consists of two contemporary dance pieces, split into acts and set in the intimate upstairs theatre space of 107 Projects. Read More

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We Run This: How to Vote in the City of Sydney Council Elections 2016 Words Amy Willing The NSW Local Government elections are coming up on Saturday September 10. We know you’re busy, and you probably don’t have time to do the research – so we put it all together for you!… Read More

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The Interview:  Living Room Theatre | Kate Fenner Words Rebecca SimpsonEdited Genevieve LilleyImagery Julie Samerski It’s not often that you would stumble across an animal in a theatrical work, let alone a well-behaved live horse… But this is exactly what Michelle St Anne had in mind when she was making … Read More

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Fennesz + Lillevan, collaborators in sound It’s hard to find anything about Christian Fennesz online. At least, beyond the usual – born in Austria, working in Vienna, and known for his wide-ranging collaborations with sometimes unexpected artists. The 53-year-old guitarist and electronic musician is notoriously tricky. He rarely stands still for… Read More

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Fishy Solo Exhibition Amaya Lang 22 Apr 2015 – 3 May 2015 From experimentation with the ceramic form and improvised sound emerges an unconscious depiction of an environment that is strangely familiar yet inherently imaginary. The rhythmic and melodic soundtrack resonates deep from within ceramic vessels that resemble underwater creatures… Read More

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Tjukurpa, Ngura Kupilitja-Nguru “We are telling the stories with our cameras now. We’re doing this because Anangu Tjukurpa or the stories of our Dreaming, they are not fairy tales. They are the stories of our country, they are true stories, and we live amongst these stories every day. These stories… Read More