Australia’s largest contemporary multi-arts precinct, Carriageworks, is known for its commitment to supporting artists, both Australian and international. This year, the institution pivots online with Carriageworks Journal – a digital hub releasing new and archived performances, essays, films and photography weekly. Here’s our top picks.
The artist-led line-up is dedicated to social and cultural diversity.
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eventParty in a laser-lit tunnel, hear from global star Troye Sivan on gender fluidity, meet the maker of The West Wing, walk through an eight-kilometre ribbon of light, plus gigs from Paul Kelly, Tzay Maidza, Sampa and Marcia Hines.
Vivid 2022 at Carriageworks
eventSwaggering glam rock, an all-female Japanese rock band, raucous rap and experimental synth – this year’s Vivid music program at Carriageworks is a celebration of next-gen tastemakers.
A Guide to Artworks to See at the Southeast Aboriginal Arts Market
articleIn partnership with Carriageworks, curator Jonathan Jones talks Broadsheet through five of the many impressive artworks featured in the upcoming Southeast Aboriginal Arts Market.