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Speaking at the announcement of the first artists to exhibit at the 2020 Biennale of Sydney, Artistic Director Brook Andrew highlighted the meaning of the Biennale’s theme, Nirin, meaning edge in his mother’s Wiradjuri language.
Check out all the art on in Sydney this week. We dive into the most intriguing new artworks and exhibitions happening.
For the first time since 2012, the prestigious Dobell Drawing Prize was awarded on March 27 in a glittery ceremony at the National Arts School in Darlinghurst. Previously part of the Archibald Prize, the now-standalone award attracted the doyens of the Sydney art world, but the true star of the night was the art adorning the walls, breathing life into the gallery space and the centrepiece of all conversation.
Director Claudia Bailey and lead actor Molly Moloney sat down with Backyard Opera to discuss their short film, Appetite, which premiered last week at AFTRS. The film follows Bridget on the morning after a one-night-stand and explores the often-unspoken (but entirely recognisable) sentiment of shame after sex.
Melbourne DJs Actdafool and Yahboylilo have a relatively low profile online. That is except for this release on Soundcloud, which has received five thousand views this week and garnered their collaborative account over two thousand followers.
The Forster-born, Sydney-based singer-songwriter had a chance to chat with us ahead of her massive national tour. Read on for a peek into her song writing process and how Jack River settle on her distinctive sound.
Sydney locals, Body Type are an all-female indie-rock group who are steadily building a reputation as one of the country’s must see acts. Their combination of indie production, punk aesthetics and a bright pop sound made their self-titled debut EP, one of 2018’s best indie releases.
With the expert guidance of Keith Klein, co-owner of Grace & Taylor and former head barista at Devon Group, we have developed a guide for coffee brewed with the V60 method. Give it a go and compare your cup to Klein’s; this Friday, April 19 Grace & Taylor will only be serving filter coffee at their Newtown location.
Perhaps because it lacks a strong discernible flavour of its own when compared to other meats such as lamb, beef or pork, practically every culture in the world has come up with their own take on chicken. From the dirty bird to the roast chook there is an endless variety of cooking methods, marinades and batters out there, so we’ve collected our five Sydney favourites doing their take on chicken.
Johnny Jordan, Fashion and portrait photographer from Ireland, working on both analog and digital format.
International Women’s Day, and the strong message of empowerment and hope for equality that it represents, has become a day to celebrate the achievements of women around the world. Far too often in the field of photography, however, women are not the ones behind the camera.
Amid the lush, subtropical environs of Brisbane, creativity and community thrive. Despite being somewhat hidden from the rest of Australia by the overhanging foliage, Deena Lynch has been growing and pollinating in the collaborative ecosystem of Brisbane.