In this week's collection, peep alice McCALL's new foray into footwear and Beyonce's collab with Balmain, plus support local fashion with the Warlu collection and Lucy Folk's sample sale.
This week, explore some of the exciting new improv performances in the bursting improv scene in Sydney. Also look at how art challenges the norm, what we are taught to believe about the environment and culture in some new exhibitions opening in Sydney.
Inspired by the intriguing story of Lindy Chamberlain and the 20 000 letters that she received after the murder of her daughter, the award winning playwright Alana Valentine (The Sugar House, Dead Man Brake, Parramatta Girls) has returned to this defining Australian story …
The practice of Shireen Taweel could be described as one of hybridity. Working as a coppersmith from the ex-office environs of Parramatta Artist Studios has necessitated an experimental approach to her practice.
This young Scottish lad has been making some serious waves in the last year; touring with big names such as Milky Chance, Sam Smith and Niall Horan around the UK and USA.
Underworld and Iggy Pop’s collaborative EP Teatime Dub Encounters has produced some calm atmospheric tracks, like ‘I’ll See Big’, and some high-octane energetic tracks, like ‘Bells and Circles’, but this latest release is the first to properly demonstrate the potential of these musical veterans.
Pink Playground are a duo from Texas, USA who have put together a mix that fuses genres and blends eras. Describing themselves as a “spontaneous, emotional, psychedelic, combustion and sentimental goo”, these Soundcloud amateurs are coming hot off their recent release of the Amethyst Milk Tapes.
Across Sydney we’ve got a variety of genres in this week’s gig guide. Whether it’s blues, bass, soul or pop you’re after there’s a gig on for you, and with many gigs at around $15 or less, there’s no reason not to get out and bust a move.
Capturing the vibrancy of Italian urban life, Matteo Downtown is set to open on Sydney’s Bond Street this August. Coming off the back of Matteo Double Bay, the new CBD concept plans to be a bigger, brighter version aimed at emulating the energy of all-day dining restaurants in cities like Milan or Rome.
Australian hospitality giants Merivale are set to the open the doors to its 53rd establishment, Queen Chow on Manly Wharf. This pristine location will be the backdrop for the adaption of an original Cantonese culinary experience, made famous in Enmore.
Grub’s Guide to July has lots of fun food-filled events that are focused on the chillier weather that we experience in July. Whether it’s showcasing a burning love for cooking, celebrating the Sunday roast, fantasizing about the French or discussing the how and why of feeding yourself, it’s all been broken into bite-size chunks for Grub’s Guide to July.
Culture clearly extends beyond food and film, but that’s a great place to start. This weekend in Sydney sees plenty of both – and even a little Christmas spirit in July, too.
Whatever the political view might be we bond over numerous different things. We all get a child-like optimistic view of the world once we focus on the general things we love. We all love our pets, we bond over food, we all need collaborations and support.
This selection of work by Japan-based photographer Hamish Campbell forms a part of his collection Aogashima - life among the twin calderas.
What can photography do? Of a myriad of questions that has surrounded the practice of photography, two exhibitions at this year’s Head On Photo Festival reveal the importance of asking this question once again.
Backyard studio is located on the ground floor of a converted warehouse space with drive in access and onsite parking in Tempe.
Who would have thought pop ups could actually make a positive impact on our lives, our business and to our community?
Backyard exhibition gallery supports an array of work from both established and emerging local, national and international talent