Community Billboard 27 July – 3 August
This weekly community billboard is proudly sponsored by the City of Sydney’s Plan for the future – Sydney 2030 – making our city more green, global and connected.
Hunter Street Urban Art Intervention
A live art activation and bustling pop-up style exhibition created by renowned urban artists.
In a dynamic pop-up style installation, two large shipping containers will take over Hunter Street and form a blank canvas as eight renowned urban artists permeate their unique artistic flare. The artists, including Nadia Hernandez and Shannon Crees, will be dazzling passers-by at various times over a two week period, ending 22 July, with the installation on display for a further week until 31 July.
If you want to check out some of the art that has been created throughout the project make sure to head down before Sunday to check them out.
WHEN: Monday 11 July to Sunday 31 July 2016
Every day, 8am to 6pm
WHERE: 1 Hunter St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Corner Hunter and George Streets
Dion Horstmans: Heavy Metal
Heavy Metal brings together works from three ongoing series by Sydney sculptor, Dion Horstmans. Wall mounted and freestanding, Horstmans’s multi-dimensional sculptures are crafted using precious and base metals. Heavy Metal includes works in gold, bronze, black nickel, copper, and steel.
Traditional tribal patterns and motifs underpin Horstmans’s entire body of work and these bold studies of line and shadow act as undertone to his Islander heritage. Shapes are revealed as the viewer moves around each work - Make sure to check out these raw, industrial pieces of art before they disappear.
WHEN: Saturday 9 July to Thursday 4 August 2016
Tuesdays to Fridays, 11am to 6pm
Saturdays, 10am to 6pm
WHERE: Brenda May Gallery
2 Danks Street, Waterloo
Keep Sydney Open Fundraiser presented by The Chop & Play Bar
THE CHOP, PLAY BAR & Keep Sydney Open Presents A Fundraiser For Keep Sydney Open.
With the end of lock out reviews looming close and finishing in August it seems our state government have been suspiciously quite as though something has been swept under the rug. So time for us to make some NOISE and show them we are still here and why not party while we still can and show some support to Keep Sydney Open... Sydney's Batman against the lock out laws.
Head on down for a night of live acts and some of our city's top dj's bringing the party to you with a selection of Hip Hop, Funk, Soul, Boogie, Breaks and more.
***$10 Door donation toward Keep Sydney Open***
***DRINK SPECIALS FROM SAILOR JERRY***
***HAPPY HOUR BETWEEN 6PM - 8PM***
P.SMURF (BIG VILLAGE)
BROKEN THOUGHT THEORY (THE CHOP)
WAZA (THE CHOP)
MUMBLES (THE CHOP)
ADVERSE (THE GROOVE DEALERS)
BROKE (AUS DMC CHAMP)
HEAVY HANDS (CROWN ST CUT COLLECTIVE)
RAINE SUPREME (THE CHOP)
DEWIS (FBI RADIO/CROWN ST CUT COLLECTIVE)
NO - FUSS RUSS ( SYD DEF JAM)
BENNY HINN (PLAY BAR SYD)
***KEEP SYDNEY OPEN***
SUPPORTS SAFE NIGHTS IN A GLOBAL CITY. SUPPORTS LIVE MUSIC. THE MISSION IS TO KEEP SYDNEY OPEN!
30 July 4:00 PM – 31 July 12:00 AM
72 Campbell Street Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia 2010
Germane by Clare McShanag
“A germane visual explosion – relevant to life or to subject under consideration, to our human-ness. My work is very personal, I would have you look closer into the image to the fine detail that unfolds upon each viewing. ” – Clare McShanag.
Clare McShanag’s solo show Germane seeks inspiration from life and movement, capturing the dynamic moments and the colour of life. Both dark and beautiful, these photographs expose a mixture of the surreal and abstract. Photographs that are distorted yet discernable, visibly soft, yet impact the viewer with their sharper edge. McShanag’s photographic works ignite a fuel and awaken an experience for the eyes of the beholder.
Opening night celebrations are from 6pm – 8pm, 28 July.
WHEN: Tuesday 26 July to Sunday 7 August 2016
Every day, 10am to 6pm
WHERE: Black Eye Gallery
3/138 DarlinghurstRoad, Darlinghurst
Youth songwriting beat making and recording After School Music Programs
StudioRCC presents song writing, beat making and recording skills for youth, facilitated by Harley Ruha at Redfern Community Centre.
Learn to make beats using your instrument of choice (guitar, bass, drums).
Develop songwriting skills; writing hooks and verses.
Recording vocals in studio environment.
Mentored by Harley Ruha.
Held at StudioRCC (Redfern Community Centre).
WHEN: Wednesday 27 July to Wednesday 7 December 2016
Wednesdays, 3.30pm to 5pm
School term only.
WHERE: Redfern Community Centre
29-53 Hugo Street, Redfern
Working With Trauma
The impact of trauma has been widely recognised but understanding its consequences for humanity is only in its infancy.
What exactly is trauma? Is trauma an initiation process? If so, what are we being initiated into? What is the relationship to materialism? What is the effect on physical, mental and spiritual health?
These questions will be explored from spiritual, mental and physical perspectives.
WHEN: Saturdays, 10.30am to 5pm
Saturday 30 July to Saturday 13 August 2016
WHERE: Rudolf Steiner House
307 Sussex Street, Sydney
COST: Contribution: $25.00
It’s time to find out where Newtown bargains truly lie.
Between the charity shop rags and vintage boutique riches lie the wonders of the market – second-hand stuff that’s beautifully curated but doesn’t cost the earth.
Newtown Market is a weekly fundraiser for the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre.
WHEN: Saturdays, 10am to 4pm
Saturday 21 May 2016 to Saturday 8 April 2017 (THIS SATURDAY, EVERY SATURDAY)
WHERE: Newtown Neighbourhood Centre
1 Bedford Street, Newtown
Francesco Clemente: Encampment
Carriageworks, working with MASS MOCA, will present the first major exhibition in Australia of work by acclaimed Italian contemporary artist Francesco Clemente, as second in the annual Schwartz Carriageworks series of major international visual arts projects.
Created in collaboration with a community of artists in Rajasthan, India, with exteriors that combine camouflaged fabric and golden embroidery, the tents in Encampment invite us into jewel-toned spaces populated by Byzantine angels.
‘Clemente’s oeuvre spans oceans, continents and decades…’ Interview Magazine
WHEN: Saturday 30 July to Sunday 9 October 2016
Every day, 10am to 6pm
245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh