Program 46-23 Arts Friday on Eastside

The Wonderland Art Festival is an annual exhibition that showcases local artists and held over three days at Bronte Surf Club. It’s named in honour of Wonderland City Amusement Park at Tamarama from the late 1800s. This is the second event Abigail Lutzen is presenting her work, and she talks us through the inspiration of her paintings. Kath Fries, artist and curator of HIDDEN, a sculpture exhibition at the Rookwood Cemetery. She talks us through this year’s expansion to include the new Schools and Stonemasons categories. Opening night of the Postgraduate exhibition at the National Art School achieves record attendance, and for good reason. We hear from one of the graduating students, Joshua, Copland Nielson. 100 Women 100 Stories is a production is set to be performed for one night at the Town Hall. We hear from the Founder and Director of The House that Dan Built, Danielle O’Keefe.

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from GADIGAL country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 


Morning Brings The Ligh by Grand Union (int)
Release: Folk Funk & Trippy Troubadours Volume Two
Visions of the Night by Josef Akin (int)
Release: Chimera
Interview: Kath Fries, Curator of HIDDEN by Exhibition:HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures – 19 november2023 (loc)
Transonic by Luisine (int)
Release: Long Light
Gertrude’s List by VALVE (int)
Release: Tiny Pilots
INTERVIEW: Joshua Copland-Nielson, artist by Exhibition: National Art School
Postgraduate exhibition 2023 (loc)
Release: – 12 November 2023
Give Me A Smile (feat. Son Little) by Busty and the Bass (int)
Release: Forever Never Cares
Joram Feitsma by Abandon All Hope (int)
Release: Netherlands
INTERVIEW: Abigail Lutzen, artist - by EXHIBITION: The Wonderland Art Festival (loc)
Release: 9-11 November 2023
Let Your Hair Down Ft Hutch the Great by Max Sinai (int)
Release: SQR002
INTERVIEW: Danielle O’Keefe, Founder and Director, The House that Dan Built by PERFORMANCE: 100 WOMEN 100 STORIES (loc)
Release: Sydney Town Hall: 3-5pm Sunday, 19 November 2023