So Hot This Week: May 11


Harry’s: Attic presents Ethyène (FR)

Ethyène is a Lyon-based DJ, producer and label manager delivering a brand of house music which finds its roots in the sounds of Detroit, Chicago and Manchester. Shaped by digging the different sounds of black music; his sample-driven productions are mature, well-influenced, all while retaining his signature flair. He takes over Harry’s tonight, entry is free.


YNY Presents: Head in the Clouds

This Sunday afternoon the Kings Cross Hotel will be taken over by River Yarra (Melb), DJ Earl Grey and Digges & Dives.


Free Flow III: Inclusive Free Dance Space

Feeling like moving your body wildly but need some more space to do it? Pretty sure you should be doing some exercise this week? In need of a genuine joyful groove? Free Flow presents a free form dancing session that will leave you re-energised and smiling. Gold coin donation, 7-8:30pm.


Soft // HARD ~ Exhibition & Party

Co-curated by Julia Harris and Lucy Deverall, soft // HARD is a Group Exhibition / Publication / Party bringing together the mercurial nature of creation / expression / experience. Entry is $5.


Hannah Reilly SCF – Direct Eye Contact – Return show!

Critically acclaimed, writer, director, (‘Growing Up Gracefully’, ABC1), and recovered “sexpert” (‘The Hook Up’, Triple J) Hannah Reilly presents her first solo comedy show ‘Direct Eye Contact’. Finding connection in the modern age, why straight women should probably be dating sharks, and the pitfalls of fraudulent sex positivity. These are just some of the thoughts that haunt Hannah in the shower, and can only be truly expressed with the help of musical accompaniment by Andrew Bruce.


Opening – 52 Artists 52 Actions

52 ARTISTS 52 ACTIONS surveys Artspace’s ambitious, year-long online project running from January 2018 – January 2019 highlighting artistic practice across Asia. The project commissioned 52 artists and collectives to stage actions in unique locations throughout the region and share them with global audiences online. The exhibition brings this rich collection into the Artspace galleries to address the social, cultural and political implications of working in the region and consider how art as action has the power to invoke change. Key to the project is an engagement with Asia and its diaspora as an endlessly evolving region with sub-cultures and subjectivities that defy traditional or rigid narratives. Opening night is free and kicks off at 6pm!

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