may, 2022

12may6:00 pm10:00 pmNAS NEO PRESENTS: NIDA & AFTRS FILM WEEK

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NAS NEO

THE FUTURE OF NOW ON GADIGAL LAND

THURSDAY 12 MAY

6–10PM

 

The National Art School is excited to announce NAS NEO, a new after-hours program that will bring together critical and progressive arts practice across inclusive and diverse platforms.

NAS NEO is a series of weekly multidisciplinary, artist-driven cultural events in collaboration with the next generation of change-makers, innovators and creators.

Every Thursday night.

Food and bar open from 5pm.

Artist Talk with Em Ingram-Shute

Cell Block Theatre

6pm

Join us at NAS NEO on Thursday, 12 May, for the unveiling of Em Ingram-Shute’s installation work, No Colour In War, followed by a Q&A with the artist in the Cell Block Theatre from 6pm.

AFTRS Film Screening

Cell Block Theatre

6.30-7.30pm

Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) presents a selection of short films from emerging storytellers and notable alumni across the years including Jane Campion and Gillian Armstrong. Features festival favourites, Oscar nominated and classics from the vault.

NIDA Kabarett 2022

Cell Block Theatre

7.45-8.45pm

A collaboration between students from the NIDA MFA Directors and the NIDA Diploma of Musical Theatre, Kabarett is a contemporary cabaret inspired by the classic entertainments of the Weimar era. Expect the irreverent, the salacious and a touch of lascivious charm. Don’t forget to bring your active wear!

DJ JACK SHIT

Central Courtyard

From 5pm

Jack Shit is the hardest working man in No Business: a free-party programmer whose radical radio show remains unrivalled for breadth and bravery. Jack is a disc-jockey for the ages: spinning songs for kids and animals one day, a Dementia Disco for otherwise-isolated older folks the next.

Mr Shit is an on-air evergreen who hosts the longest-running show on Sydney’s FBi Radio. He was the founding curator and booker of the notorious underground club Tokyo Sing Song. Jack continues to be a highly sought-after DJ at festivals from Golden Plains to Panama, Falls to Dark Mofo.

His collection spans a century of sound – on formats from shellac 10″ 78RPM records, through to vinyl platters, compact discs and digital files. He combines these relics and modern manifestations with state-of-the-art software to weave sonic stories in detailed, site-specific sets of stirring sound.

GERM | MFA1 Drawing Show

Library Stairwell Gallery

The Library Stairwell Gallery presents GERM | MFA1 Drawing show featuring Sean Crowley, Stephanie Eather, Sophie Horne, Joyce, Anna Mould, Declan Moore, Calvin Sawada-Jorgensen and Alison Smith.

Exhibition closes this Friday 13 May 2022.

 

23rd Biennale of Sydney: RĪVUS

Open after hours from 6-10pm

NAS Gallery

The Drawing Gallery

Chapel

Free, drop-in art workshops

6.30-8.30pm

Sensory Drawing with Aimee Gardyne *

Bldg. DS1

This workshop will explore different modes of expressive drawing from sensation in the studio, from environmental sounds to the drawers’ internal sense. Participants will collaborate on large scale works in the space.

Heatpress Printmaking with Annabelle McEwan*

Bldg. 25

Drop in to this exciting printmaking workshop! Learn the heat pressing method of printing onto fabric and walk away with your very own item designed in celebration of the centenary of The National Art School.

 

*The Art Workshops are open to everyone of all levels of experience. No bookings required.

NAS NEO:The Future of Now

On Gadigal Land

6–10PM

National Art School

Entry on Forbes Street, Darlinghurst

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

National Art School

Forbes Street

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