2SER’S SO HOT RIGHT NOW – 5/8/2017

*Please note that I am ONLY the producer and writer of this show, and presenter of the ‘So Hot This Week’ segment, everything is otherwise hosted and produced by So Hot Right Now presenter, Sophie Ly.  Listen to the show at 2SER FM 107.3 website here

Thank you lovelies,

Lakshmi xxx

Jenny_Watson_new.jpg.0x700_q85Jenny WatsonThe Pretty Face of Domesticity, 2014, Courtesy the artist and Galerie Transit, Mechelen © the artist

Here are my recommendations on the ‘So Hot This Week’ segment – be sure to check out other hot arts and culture events happening in Sydney this week right here !


Newtown Record Fair
Presented by 2SER, get crate diggin’ behind loads of live music, 11am-4pm, The Bank Hotel, 324 King Street, Newtown

Exhibition Openings: Mylyn Nguyen; Claire Anna Watson
Artworks focusing on humanities relationship with the environment, 3-5pm,May Space, Waterloo, exhibition till 19th August


Reclink Community Cup
Watch reigning champs the Sydney Sailors take on the mighty Western Whalers, 6 August, Henson Park, Marrickville, $5

Mignon Parker Workshop | Bright Impressions 
Create a colourful and bright still life of flowers with Mignon Parker, 11pm-3am, Arts Est. Art School, Leichhardt


Sydney Science Festival
150 events celebrating and informing about Science, 8-2o August, various prices and locations


HER Group Photography Exhibition Opening
Sydney photographers Nyk Sykes, Jessica Matino, Dan “Ears” O’Toole and Catherine Hourihan come together in a new exhibition showing the psychological interior and external physicality of women, 6pm, M2 Gallery, Surry Hills, free


MAASive Lates: Science
Celebrate the launch of the Sydney Science Festival with an after-hours party, 7pm, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Ultimo, free with booking


Nuclear Sunset: Orion/Spike Vincent/Hair Die/Bura Bura
Electro-rock evenings at the OAF,11-12 August, 8pm-3am,Oxford Art Factory, Darlinghurst, $10


Jenny Watson: The Fabric of Fantasy
Feminism and Punk distilled into artworks by Aussie artist Jenny Watson,  Museum of Contemporary, exhibition till 2 October, free