Tag: Vivid Sydney
Karl Hyde has spent more than two decades as the lead singer of Underworld, but his debut solo album sees him taking a step away from the world of stadium techno. Entitled Edgeland, its dreamy, droning songs inhabit a mysterious twilight place between day and night. Hyde’s lyrics have always taken inspiration from urban life, and this project, he tells me, is inspired by the outer suburbs of London – the strange, forgotten places where the city crumbles into the countryside.
Begging, borrowing and stealing are officially outmoded avenues of income, even for artists. Tonight’s Creative Sydney panel shed light on the processes of philanthropy, fundraising and investing, and other ways of thinking waaaaaay outside the moneybox. Clark Butler from Ironbark Ferrier (a corporate advisory firm) chaired the discussion and opened by stating the truth: That [...]
Wednesday June 3, 6-7.30pm Everyone with a creative drive knows how exciting it is to have a great idea, and equally how frustrating it is when nobody else wants to hear about it. An appropriately full house turned up to hear nine of Sydney’s successful creatives share their experiences with finding fan bases and building [...]
Presented in association with Sydney Film Festival and Metro Screen. Friday May 29, 8pm – 9pm With: Host – Jay Katz (Mu-Meson Archives), Ian Cope (Rising Sun Pictures), Mat Taylor & Mark Simpson (sixty40), Brad Hayward (Scorched), Ben Briand and Basil Hogios (Cherub Pictures), Deborah Szapiro (The Good Fight), Andy Nehl (Zapruder’s Other Films ‘Project [...]
Thursday May 28, 8-9pm None of these Creative Catalysts described actual failures, but they did share inspiring stories and explanations about great and ambitious ideas that didn’t fit into their industry’s mould. Their stories were funny and poignant: Imogen Semmler, founder of Sydney’s celebration of the fringe arts, Underbelly, talked about the difficulties of embracing [...]