Thursday, November 29, otherwise known as Tonight, my buddy Nelson Walkom, the extremely talented musician, is playing a set at the Highlander Bar. I can't wait. He's really, really good. Also, at some point during the set he'll be playing that song I wrote the lyrics for.
Then, Friday, November 30, otherwise known as Tomorrow Night, is the opening of a collaborative group show I'm in at Rearview Gallery. I wrote about it briefly here. It's a pretty different kind of show for me because I've been working with some guys who make work very differently to how I do. It's been such a productive and fun experience and I think it's gonna be a really interesting show.
As well as many collaborative works I also have a handful of new works in the show that are just mine that I'm also really excited about. So yeah, come have a drink at Rearview Gallery tomorrow night, you won't regret it. Rearview's just off Stanley Street, directly behind 244 Smith Street, in Collingwood. The opening starts at 7 and goes for a couple of hours.
And then, Saturday, December 1, otherwise known as Not Tomorrow But The Day After, is the Three One Six Oh! Short Film Festival at the Cameo Outdoor Cinema in Belgrave. It's gonna be pretty funny seeing my video up on the big screen, placed in between much more serious, dramatic short films. For more information I've briefly written about it here.
So yeah, in summary, come to Melbourne City tonight to hear great music, Collingwood tomorrow night to see great art and Belgrave the night after to watch great short films.
Ok, I think that's everything, I should really get back to installing the Rearview Show. As a side note, Jock and I were just hacking into a bit of the Rearview Gallery wall and much to our surprise this photograph came out.
I'd love to find out what the story is with this photo being in the wall, maybe someone will be able to fill me in tomorrow night at the opening. If you can identify the person in the photograph please let me know, (or possibly contact Crimestoppers).
Thanks for reading, hope to see you soon.