The University of Technology, Sydney’s eagerly awaited annual degree show, Design ‘10 opens on Wednesday 8 December.
Attracting thousands of visitors annually the show provides a rare opportunity to see the work of tomorrow’s leading designers, illustrators, filmmakers, artists and animators.
The only show of its kind at an Australian university, the 10-day exhibition profiles the work of students graduating from Fashion and Textiles, Industrial Design, Visual Communication and Interior Design courses.
Design ’10 at the University of Technology, Sydney’s Tower Building opens to the public on Thursday 9 December and runs until Sunday 19 December. Admission is free.
The popular opening event fashion shows will be held on Wednesday 8 December. Two shows at 7pm and 8.45pm are open to the public, but are ticketed events. Visit the UTSDesign ‘10 website at www.utsdesign.com.au for links to Moshtix to book for either show.
Go retro by purchasing tix for the Roller Wars SRDL match on Sat 9 October. You’re in for a quite a treat, as this match in particular features BLOODBATH, by bumpp.net.
BLOODBATH is a collaborative distributed artwork by Bump Projects in association with the Sydney Roller Derby League. BLOODBATH features artists Linda Dement, Kate Richards, Sarah Waterson, Francesca da Rimini, and Nancy Mauro-Flude, each with recognised track records in new media, data visualisation, mediated performance and/or work with embodiment or violence. At an all girl flat track roller derby game, Sydney, 9 October 2010, sensors on the helmets of players feed data to their five artworks, generating digital elaborations of the moves and collisions on track.
Tickets on sale via Ticketek…but I also heard rumours of a couple of double pass giveaways…WATCH THIS SPACE!
Art + Soul is fast approaching! Over the first weekend in October, visit the Art Gallery of NSW for a personal journey into the world of Aboriginal art.
Gulumbu Yunupingu and Hetti Perkins
Events Schedule |Book Release, Oct 1 |Exhibition & Events, Art Gallery of NSW Open weekend Oct 2-4 | TV Series Airing Oct 7, 14, 21 on ABC1 @ 8:30pm | DVD Out Oct 22
Symposium | Friday 24 September 2010 | UTS – DAB Bldg 6 | Level 7 | 8:30am-5pm | Symposium Program
VIP Event | Get an invite? Then THIS FRIDAY NIGHT you’ll be treated to a night of animation firsts in the SIAF Festival Lounge and Bar, view an advanced screening of the BEST OF THE FEST, meet the filmmakers, watch the top entries from the Sixty40 Proto-Ninja Competition and the CreativeInnovation and Staedtler FIMO MAKE IT! Competition.
Purchase tix for the Symposium & the Saturday/Sunday Film Program @ MOSHTIX
FESTIVAL FAVE | Keep an eye out for Shaun Tan’s film, The Lost Thing
One of Australia’s premier music festivals is coming to Sydney on 3 October 2010.
Kippix Lake @ Moore Park will host this fantastic indie electronica extravaganza!
The Line Up | AC Slater – Ajax – Anna Lunoe – Bag Raiders – Brodinski – Busy P – Chiddy Bang – Classixx – Cut Copy – Dan Black – Darwin Deez – Delorean – Flight Facilities – Groove Armada – Grum – Gypsy and the Cat – Holy Ghost! – Jack Beats – Jesse Rose – Kele – Mehdi – Memory Tapes – Midnight Juggernauts – Missy Elliott – Mixmaster Mike – New Young Pony Club – Ou Est Le Swimming Pool – Sinden – Soulwax – The Dandy Warhols – The Glitch Mob – The Swiss – The Wombats – Uffie – Washington – Wolf Gang – Yolanda Be Cool vs Dcup
Tickets on sale through FUZZY
The Australia Arts Council has a fantastic new initiative: What Makes Me. It’s a call for creating a cube out of the art forms that inspire and sustain you, with the end result being the creation of a collaborative digital art story.
This is an ongoing program realised by Wanted Digital
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney is hosting their annual emergent artist extravaganza. Got a review to write? An assignment to fill? Head down to Circular Quay and check out the next gen of arts creation @ Primavera
Exhibition Dates | 19 August – 21 November 2010
For two nights only, the ST2K Street Art Festival is taking place in Dulwich Hill. I even bought a work…go on by, it’s fairly amazing.
DEETS | 439 New Canterbury Road | Dulwich Hill | Fri-Sat 17/18th September
Hardware Gallery and Rew Hanks from the Sydney Gallery School are collaborating for the 4th year running. The 2nd and 3rd year students from Hanks’ printmaking classes are displayed with renowned printmakers sourced by Hardware Gallery. This year’s theme is Flight, and in celebration of visionaries such as Yves Klein and Leonardo Da Vinci, these emerging and established artists are asked to make better use of the gallery space than merely the floors and walls.
Don’t miss the launch | Tuesday 28 September @ 6pm | Hardware Gallery | 263 Enmore Road, Enmore
I usually am! Which is why when I read in this Friday’s Metro that The Suitcase Royale is coming to WHARF 2, I got a little excited.
This alternative performing troupe recently returns from a jaunt across Europe and the British isles, where their Ballad of Backbone Joe was a huge hit. This is a show not to be missed!
Preview | 21 September 2010
Performance Runs | 22 Sept – 2 Oct 2010 @ 8:15pm
FREE SESSION | 24 September @ 9pm
Tickets can be found HERE