Program 66-24 Arts Friday on Eastside

It’s Supporter Drive on Eastside in present tense, but you will hear about the Past Continuous, by Julie Rrap, which opens at the MCA and features the artist’s groundbreaking feminist landmark installation, Disclosures: A Photographic Construct (1982). Wendy Sharpe is celebrated for her expressive works that observe the human condition and in Spellbound at the AGNSW, she presents an aesthetic journey into the nature of creativity. As part of the program she is an artist in residence with a live mural painting in a working space with furniture, object and paintings from her Sydney Studio. The BONDI FESTIVAL opens in July, and we explore the program with Chris Bendall, Artistic Director of the Bondi Pavilion. Opera Australia’s Angela Hogan will be performing three roles in Puccini’s Ill Trittico, which the audience will see three one-act operas with three directors.

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. 

onDemand: Arts Friday on Eastside


Love Heart Cheat Code by Hiatuskaiyote (nat)

Release: Love Heart Cheat Code


Release: Artist in Residence events:

OSAKA by Athletic Progression (int)

Release: cloud high in dreams, but heavy in the air

BONDI FESTIVAL 5 – 21 July 2024 by INTERVIEW: Chris Bendall, Artistic Director, Bondi Pavillion (loc)


Aether + Vassallo album release: Unbroken by 7pm Saturday 29 June – (loc)

Release: Annandale Creative Arts

National Indigenous Art Fair 2024 by Overseas Passenger Terminal on Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th Jun (loc)


INTERVIEW: Juli Rrap by EXHIBITION: Past Continuous (loc)

Release: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

Animal Instinct by Special Feelings (nat)

Release: WA Australia

Lament for the Sky by AcidSlop (nat)

Release: Freedom to Talk

INTERVIEW: Angela Hogan by PERFORMANCE: ILL TRITTICO 3-19 July (loc)

Release: Opera Australia