*Please note that I am ONLY the producer and writer of this show. Everything else is otherwise hosted and produced by So Hot Right Now presenter, Sophie Ly. Listen to the show at 2SER FM 107.3 website here.
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 !
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY launches its debut album, Vanishing Point at The Bearded Tit in Sydney and it’s free entry! The 12 tracks on Vanishing Point read like a series of short stories. Incorporating myth and magic realism, they paint a picture of the world that is both engrossing and unsettling.The Bearded Tit, Redfern, 4-7pm, free
Celebrate the power of contemporary First Nations artists and ancient customs from Australia and around the world at this two-day festival with live music, dance, workshops, markets and more. Features performances from Electric Fields, Mau Power and Yothu Yindi and the Treaty Project. Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point, November 25-26, free
This Movember Wayward are going BIG with live music from Blueshound, great eats from Modern Yaki, fake moustaches for all, and most importantly we’ll be shaving a staff member to raise money for prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. Wayward Brewing Company, Camperdown, 12.00pm, free
Taste over 30 local wines and food from Orange NSW and additional Sydney gourmet foodies and get to know the Orange cool climate wine growing region of Central NSW. Stargazer Lawn, Barangaroo Reserve, 11.00am-5.00pm, free
Meet, greet and taste with some of Australia’s most talented female distillers including Samantha Stefani, Holly Klintworth, Angela Andrews and Genise Hollingworth. Price includes drink, tour, masterclass/tasting and snacks. Archie Rose Distillery, Rosebery, 6.00pm, $60
Presented by Deadhouse Films, the 11th annual A Night of Horror Film Festival takes place in conjunction with Fantastic Planet Film Festival.
Together the two festivals provide Australia’s leading showcase of the latest in horror, sci-fi, fantasy, thriller, and cult films. Dendy Cinemas, Newtown, November 29 – December 3, prices are varied
Video games, landscape etchings and experimental film are among more than 200 projects from the next generation of graduate artists and designers exhibiting at this year’s UNSW Art & Design ANNUAL. These projects will be exhibited across six venues, with work covering disciplines such as painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, textile design, installation, animation, photography, printmaking and, for the first time, virtual reality. UNSW Art & Design, Paddington Courtyard, 29 November – Saturday 9 December, free
After three years of intensive study, an exponential expansion of ideas and mastery of technical skills, the graduating artists of the National Art School are now ready to throw open a window and welcome you into a new world of expression and imagination. As a NAS Nights event there will be food, bars, DJs, live music and performances throughout the night followed by the Official After Party at the Darlo Bar from 9.45pm. National Art School, Darlinghurst, 6.00pm, free