So Hot This Week: 12 January
Masters of Modern Sound is a new way to experience art. This after dark sonic sensation leads you through a journey the Gallery and encounter leading Australian and international composers, musicians, sound designers, and performers from celebrated dance theatre company Force Majeure. This is happening at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW) and tickets are here.
Who doesn’t love a free film? Head to the AGNSW for a free viewing session on their current film series, Cosmic Futures. It kicks off at 2pm and tickets are available at the door.
Curated by the Japan Foundation, Sydney & Blackwoods Gallery, Surface Tension brings together four contemporary Japanese artists that explore calligraphy, performance, graffiti and mural paintings. See this at the Japan Foundation, Sydney from 10am to 6pm. Admission is free and it’s showing until January 25.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales is hosting dance workshops where you can dance in the spirit of a different art movement each week. This week explore Fauvism in the form of dance with live music by Leftprojects. It’s free to enter and it kicks off at 6.30pm.
Blak Box has been installed at Blacktown Showgrounds and as a part of the Blak Out Program and Four Winds is one of the projects visitors can see. It’s a storytelling project which draws on the oral history and speculative future of Blacktown and Greater Western Sydney in a cross-generational dialogue between four key artists. The show starts at 6pm and you can get your tickets here.
UNSW Galleries presents a panel discussion and screening on ‘Learning From The Greens Bans‘. In April 1973 a ‘green ban’ was placed on Victoria Street to defend the working-class suburb of Kings Cross from redevelopment. Hear from an esteemed panel of historians, activists and filmmakers on the Greens Bans legacy today. Head to UNSW Art & Design building at 6pm for this event. Free entry.