Culture Guide February 25 – March 3

Art speaks to so many different elements and areas of our lives. This week, some of the world’s most interesting and thought provoking artists use their creative disciplines to share important statements.


Queer Art After Hours

After the sun goes down, the fun comes out at the Art Gallery of New South Wales when some of Australia’s best queer creativities bring art to life on and off the walls. It is a giant celebration of the LGBTQI community and should not be missed.

February 27

https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/calendar/queer-art-after-hours-2019/
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Art Gallery Road,
The Domain


Hello There, We’ve Been Waiting For You’ by Louris Van De Beer

Discover the challenges of small town America consumed by television. Behind the screen there are dark truths brewing, and this play sheds light on our troubled relationship with fame, our fragile notions of identity and our struggle to be someone.

February 26 - March 2

https://sam.arts.unsw.edu.au/events/hello-there-weve-been-waiting-for-you/
Io Myers Studio
2 High Street, Kensington


Sweatshop x Nick Cave

During the final week of Nick Cave: UNTIL, five Sweatshop writers will perform live readings in response to Nick Cave: UNTIL. UNTIL tackles some important issues around the justice system, gun voice, race relations and gender politics in America that reverberates around the world.

March 2, 11am – 12pm

http://carriageworks.com.au/events/nick-cave-until-2018/
Carriageworks
245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh


Project Bestfriendship: A Heart-Comdy in Three Nice Acts

Playwrights Ang Collins, Eliza Oliver and Charles O’Grady vowed to never turn on one another and to maintain their friendship despite how often playwrights are pitted against each other. These writers have come together to create a warm and heartfelt production that is the Nicest and Most Wholesome Play ever written.

February 25 – March 2, 7.30pm

https://www.thejoan.com.au/events/project-bestfriendship/
The Joan Sutherland Theatre
597 High Street, Penrith