What’s Cool and Unusual – 26th March 2014

Call out!

Monster Mouse Rehearsal Studio, Maud Ln, Marrickville

Monster Mouse Studios is a big Arts hub.
We currently have 2 studio spaces available in a beautiful, light filled and large open space.

Become part of a thriving, inspiring and supportive community. Share space with other inspiring artist, musicians and all sorts of creative souls.
Includes access to a number of communal Arts facilities and multi function spaces. These include a spray booth, band room/rehearsal space, resource library,resin table, performance space, woodworks and welding station and heaps more. Rear lane access, outside area and a bunch of chill out spaces. All in a humungous, awesome warehouse.

We also hold events such as art markets and life drawing as well as workshops and skill shares, as an Artist at Monster Mouse you would have primary access to holding events and become part of our creative team. We are all about people sharing skills, ideas and knowledge. Empowering every artist to do what the fuck they like in a non institutional Art space.

Rent= $75 pw
4 weeks Bond

Located in industrial .
2 mins from Marrickville rd.
5 mins from Sydenham station.

Please email:
Willurai at
***@gmail.com

If you are interested and we will line up a meeting and viewing. Please contact us asap!!! as it is 1st in best served.

Available NOW!!!…go on you know you want to.

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Wed 26

Black Wire, 219 Parramatta Rd, Annandale
7pm

BILLY BURKE / COLLAPSO / PINCH HITTER – Purple Day for Epilepsy

Punks for purple day is a bunch of gigs around Australia as part of PURPLE DAY for EPILEPSY dedicated to raising awareness for epilepsy.

The Sydney chapter, while not wall-to-wall punk, will be awesome and will include

Collapso for the bangin hits

Pinch Hitter for ya banjo hit

Billy Burke (of Yes I’m Leaving fame) doing lovely music by himself

$5 donation to blackwire
7pm
AA BYO

There will be a sweet illustrated booklet for you to take away detailing how to deal with an epileptic seizure. spoiler alert:

  1. move away sharp/dangerous objects,
  2. check the time
  3. try to put something soft under their head,
  4. don’t try to restrain them, don’t put anything in their mouth,
  5. call an ambulance if it lasts more than 5 mins or there are two seizures in a row)

the booklet was designed by the very special Ellise Bourne (see 1111part1.blogspot.com.au/p/ellise-bourne.html

and beautifully photocopied and stapled by Sydney’s own Nick Levy.

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Thu 27

Red Rattler, 6 Faversham Street, Marrickville
$15 6.30pm

WHEEL OF CRAP
Live Acts & Art

The first of many events showcasing homegrown artistic diversity harbouring ‘open mind-fulness’. Live acts and a group exhibition. Teaming up with the hands on delight-fulness of Reverse Garbage you will get to watch a show, be involved in the creative production, and walk away empowered with the tools to live more sustainably. Reverse Garbage will be facilitating and have constructed our wonderful wheel using only reused materials saved from landfill.


MC Mr. Nicholas Simon Capper
Accompanied by the gorgeous ‘Dizzy bility’

JUSTICE YELDHAM (Lucas Abela)
DA Carter
Sy Browne (from Golden Orb) + Melanie Eden

Art/Words from:
Szymon Dorabialski
Isabel R:
Geoffrey Goodes
Geoffrey Chaucer Burgess
Maddy Miller
Laura Jade Hindes


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Sat 29

107 Projects, 107 Redfern Street, Redfern
8pm $10 ALL AGES

The Finer Things Presents: Cassius Select & Scissor Lock 12″ Launch

Continuing an indelible creative partnership that has brought us the sweat-soaked r’n’b of Black Vanilla, Collarbones’ ‘Hypothermia’ and countless shows shared across Australia, two of Sydney’s most prolific producers go back-to-back on 12” wax for the first Finer Things release of 2014 – splitting Scissor Lock’s 9 minute epic ‘Awatef’ with the vocal-infused dub-noir of Cassius Select’s ‘Bull’ and ‘Each Step’. To celebrate the release we will be having a launch show at 107 projects. Joining them on the night will be Sydney local Power Moves.

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Sat 29

Alfred Street, Marrickville
6pm ALL AGES

LOOSE VOL 1: PEEWEE, BED WETTIN BAD BOYS, CAMPERDOWN & OUT

For address try here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1482362458653582

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Sat 29

A curated night of artful delights from the cream of the queer underground.

$5 presales: http://bit.ly/hellbent1

Secret Marrickville Warehouse Location – address announced on the day.
https://www.facebook.com/events/475041939285111

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ON THE STAGE
‘Hey Lady!’
Dani
James Breko’s Last Rainbow
Davey Duzit
DezVision
Daniel Prior
Sarah Connor

IN THE GALLERY
Caryn Griffin
Hugo Rourke
Huck Luck Screenprint
Bee Makes

SPINNING
Let’s Be Friends
Elwizzbomb
Subway
Black Magic

VISUALS BY
Chrystal Gaze
Zoe Jeanne Photography
Punk Monk Propaganda

  • vegan brownies for your cake holes.

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Hell Bent is here to turn you on to the next generation of queer talent and celebrate the creative shoulders on which we stand… or wrap our knees around.

Expect erotic poets, genderfucking performance, bands, interactive art, projections and halfpipe trickery.

This is an all-inclusive, safe space for the full spectrum of the rainbow. We are queer, gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, intersex, pansexual and hetero lovers.

We’re not down here for your love of money, we’re down here for your soul. $5 presales /$10 entry goes towards paying our artists. All profit will be donated to charity.

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Sun 30

Black Wire, 219 Parramatta Rd, Annandale
4pm ALL AGES

Summer Flake (solo), Beef Jerk & Weak Boys

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Mon 31

Mu-Meson Archives is at the Corner Parramatta Rd and Trafalgar St Annandale, at the back of King Furniture Building in Trafalgar st up the steel staircase. Phone 9517-2010
Doors 7.30 for 8pm start $10

Hidden History: The Life of Nicola Tesla
Why is the inventor of alternating current, radio and Television transmission , remote control and much more, expunged from the history books. Possibly the greatest inventor of the 20th century, the majority of his work either remains suppressed or stolen. We explore his life and inventions plus a look at their contemporary use in the military field.

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