Californian music festival Coachella is considered one of the hottest tickets on the festival and celebrity circuit for a slew of reasons, not the least of which is its stellar location. The music festival is held in celebrity ground zero, California, making it almost too easy for Hollywood’s hottest to attend.
Location aside, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival – to give it its full due – is everything a summer music festival should be, from sunny skies to incredible Instagrammable moments (hello Beyoncé in 2018!) and an exceptional line-up of music acts. Check out this year’s official line-up.
Enter the mind of Salvador Dali, in an immersive 4 level exhibition dedicated to the surrealist master. Featuring over 200 works including drawings, sculptures, film, graphics, photography, and ‘Unconscious Contemporary’ a secondary exhibition featuring contemporary surrealist and esoteric artists alongside historical work by Max Ernst, Jean Cocteau and Man Ray.
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At this watershed moment in the global feminist movement, Australia’s pre-eminent festival on gender provides a platform for a wide range of resonant topics.
Topics include the achievements and disillusionments of an increasingly factional #MeToo movement, female anger and desire, consent and sexual assault, toxic masculinity, feminism outside the Western world, problems with ‘wokeness’, hip hop feminism class and gender politics in the home and workplace.
Every January, Sydney Festival starts the new year with a bang, transforming the city with a bold cultural celebration based on critical ideas and cutting-edge art and performance.
The 2019 program is adventurous and diverse and we can’t wait to see it come to fruition! Click through for all the details.
For two weeks from July 10 – July 21, SONOS will transform a former Masonic Lodge, tobacco factory and grand private residence into Sonos House to host a jam-packed program featuring DMA’s, Set Mo and Gary Aspen, as well as classes hosted by Sarah Wilson, Clare Bowditch and Leah Simmons. Click through to find out all the details.
Virgil Abloh’s first show for Louis Vuitton will go down in history for a number of reasons, not the least of which is what it means to a new generation to see a Black man helming a major luxury house. And while it might be a personal career peak for Abloh himself, he went out of his way in a recent video interview with Naomi Campbell for British Vogue to credit his crew — Kanye West first and foremost — with his success. Click through to watch the interview.
Earlier this month, Tracee Ellis Ross opened the annual TED Conference with a speech about the fury women are feeling, and have always felt, and how it’s not something to bury or run from. Rather, we need to listen to that fury and all the wisdom it holds. The video of Ellis’ speech has now been released and it’s a MUST WATCH.
This Summer, the Social Corner at Green Square are hosting a range range of events for adults and kids. From cooking workshops for adults to puppy-mask making workshops for kids, there’s something for everyone! They’ll also be hosting indoor movie nights for the whole family to enjoy.
All kids events are free and the proceeds from the adult workshops will go towards the charity of the month. We were invited to attend one of their recent workshops and you can read what happened by clicking on the pic above.