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Here are Sophie , Annalise and 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 !
GiRLTHING and the Club 77 are makers of the Chapel of Love. It’s a marriage equality fundraiser and a percentage of sales will be donated to the YES.ORGCampaign. Oh and don’t forget the wedding attire dress code. Go wild and support all love ! Club 77,Darlinghurst, 9:30pm-3am,$19 +bf
Frankie’s is celebrating Garage Project’s first anniversary, The Day of The Dead and you’re invited! There’ll be crazy beer goodness straight from the brewery and from 8 o’clock onswards shock rock musicians, Kallidad are owning the stage. Frankie’s Pizza By The Slice, CBD, 4pm-3am
Hot off the heels of three sell-out seasons, Future Classic and the MCA have teamed up again, this time for weekly Sunday sessions all throughout summer at the new Colour Fields Pop-Up Bar. Museum of Contemporary Art, The Rocks, 4.00pm, free
Red Earth has woven together a velvet Sunday experience for your intravenous enjoyment. 10 of the best Sydney acts for one day only. The World Bar, Kings Cross, 3.00pm, $10.
THE GALLERY celebrates professional photography and you’re invited to experience this month’s remarkable collection by celebrity photographer Hugh Stewart. His prints will also be available for sale. The Gallery, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Sydney, November 6-30, free
To celebrate the opening of the Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, cult fashion publication i-D presents a special night of music and ideas, inspired by the renowned photographer ft. Mistress Tokyo, Bhenji Ra, Rene Vaile and Gussy. Art Gallery of NSW, The Domain, 5.00pm, free
With a passion for the ocean and self-proclaimed affinity with whales and cetaceans, Scott Portelli has gotten up close and personal with many extraordinary creatures. An award-winning underwater wildlife photographer, Scott’s expeditions to remote Antarctica have led to encounters with Leopard Seals and Humpback whales, above and below the waves. Australian Museum, Darlinghurst, 5:45-7:45pm, $16-20
Kase Avila is a producer from Sydney who chops and samples an array of funk, soul and jazz records and layers it with hard hitting drums and thick basslines. His recent “Sundays” beat tape is inspired by weekend vibes with the intention to relax and recharge the listener. Expect some soulful nod heading jams with the same feel of J-Dilla, 9th Wonder, Exile, Nottz, Black Milk and Flying Lotus. The launch will also host some specials guests that have been curated by Kase to keep the vibes flowing all night. Cake Wines Cellar Door, Redfern, 5-11:50pm
Coinciding with the highly-anticipated premiere of the Muriel’s Wedding Musical, VIDEO DRAMA is stepping into the chaotic, tragic and cheeky world of Muriel Heslop. VIDEO DRAMA, an art exhibition by Nordacious, brings together highly-detailed portraiture with striking digital brush to create artworks that capture memorable moments from this quintessentially Australian film, and a deeper look into the mind of its heroine. There will be new additions to the series, an immersive video instillation, and plenty of ABBA! Muse Clinic, Darlinghurst, 6pm,free