Artsday / British podcast staff take a frank have a look at all the things
One other week, one other week of arts. HELEN MUSA has all the humanities happenings in her “Artsday” column.
BRITISH podcast staff, Trashfuture, will see hosts Riley, Milo, Hussein, Nate and Alice take to the stage to take a frank have a look at start-up madness, greedy politicians, tech zillionaires and nonsense tradition that outline the age we stay in. The Avenue , 7.30pm, Tuesday, November 15. Robust Language warning.
MEDIA government, composer, and movie and music historian Kim Williams will give the inaugural Rod Wallace lecture “Why hassle? Reflections on the responsibility of care to Australians’ creativity”, 6.30pm, Thursday, November 17, Arc Cinema, Nationwide Movie and Sound Archive.
THE Dymphna Clark Lecture is “The Politics of Civility”, with visitor speaker, journalist Amy Remeikis, on the Cinema, Kambri Cultural Precinct, ANU 6pm, Tuesday, November 15.
RAGLAN Artwork Gallery has “Cloud Nation,” an exhibition that includes latest works that honour and doc the wealthy water useful resource of the nation south of Canberra to the Victorian border. At Sept. 11 Lambie Avenue, Cooma, November 16-January 21. opening and artists’ speak, 2pm, Saturday November 19, all welcome.
MUSICA Viva may have Signum Saxophone Quartet and violinist Kristian Winther acting at Llewellyn Corridor, 7pm, Thursday, November 17.
PHOTO ACCESS has two new exhibitions: “Image Your self” by Gerry Orkin; and “Woodlands, Forests, Life,” by David Wong, opening in PhotoAccess Gardens, 30 Manuka Circle, Griffith, 6pm, November 17.
THE Craft & Quilt Truthful will likely be at Exhibition Park from November 17-19.
“TERRESTRIAL Urbanism” is an exhibition designed by David Chipperfield Architects, Assemble UK and Jane Irwin Panorama Structure, across the blueprint for the evolving neighbourhood at Dairy Highway. 1 Dairy Highway, Constructing 2, till December 4.
“STURM und Drang” is a live performance of works from the German proto-Romantic motion carried out by pianist Mark Jurkiewicz, Wesley Music Centre, Forrest, 12.40pm-1.20pm, Wednesday, November 16.
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