Saturday 30 April 2011
The Forum Theatre, The Atrium and Federation Square
Taking place over multiple locations in Melbourne’s city center, including
The Forum Theatre, No Vacancy Gallery at Federation Square, and
The Atrium, Sugar Mountain will celebrate the diverse creative forms of music and visual art, with a focus on the natural meeting points between.
Sugar Mountain’s visual arts program is curated by Creative Director Pete Keen, with support from No Vacancy Gallery. We are pleased to have the following selection of Australia’s finest young creatives, alongside some very special international guests, exhibiting at Sugar Mountain.
Musicians VIRGO FOUR (USA), Aa (USA), NO KIDS (Canada), YELLOW FEVER (USA), COOLIES (NZ), CANYONS, QUA with the Ritmo Giallo Ensemble, YOUNG MAGIC, COLLARBONES, RAT VS POSSUM, OSCAR + MARTIN, GALAPAGOOSE, OTOUTO with the No Lights, No Lycra Dancers, TWERPS, BROUS and NO ZU.
Visual artists AINSLIE FLETCHER, ALEX KOPPS (USA), BECI ORPIN, BEN BARRETTO, BRETT CHAN, CHARLIE CALLAHAN (USA), CLARK GOOLSBY (USA), CODY HUDSON (USA), CORNELIUS BROWN, DAVID POTES (USA), FERRIS PLOCK (USA), GEORG, JAY HOWELL (USA), JULIAN HOCKING, KATRINE HILDEBRANDT, KELSEY BROOKES (USA), KILL PIXIE, KYLE FIELD (USA), LEIF PODHAJSKY, MARK DREW, MARK TRZOPEK, MARK WARREN JACQUES (USA), MEL KADEL (USA), MIKE PERRY (USA), MONICA CANILAO (USA), NAILS, NAT RUSSELL (USA), NEIL KRUG (USA), OLIVER HUNTER, OSCAR VINCENT SLORACK THORNE, RHYS MITCHELL, RAPHAEL RIZZO, RYAN HEYWOOD, RYAN JACOB SMITH (USA), RYAN TATAR (USA), STEFAN MARX (DE), STEVEN HARRINGTON (USA), TWO ONE, EIGHTY FOUR FILMS (USA), THE AMIGO UNIT (USA), THE CREATIVE LIVES (USA) and SERPS.
Two One – Hiroyatsu Tsuri
Plus a live painting performance by THOMAS CAMPBELL (USA), live visual and light show by KIT WEBSTER & JAMES WRIGHT, ‘Every Shape Has A Secret’ starring JANE BADLER, curated by ANITA SPOONER & DANIELLE GEPPERT, Screening of ‘Gaudy Romp’, scored by FOOTY and curated by ANITA SPOONER & DANIELLE GEPPERT; and social experimentation via TAPE PROJECTS COLLECTIVE in conjunction with guest curator LOUISE KLERKS.
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