Live Red Art is relaunching next Friday 13th of May. Last year, the inaugural Live Red Art festival and exhibition joined art and social justice, 400 people, 25 artists who investigate a radical political perspective and 5 bands in a glorious day of creative resistance at Marrickville’s Addison Road Centre. To celebrate the ominous date
Live Red Art Awards
Sydney’s inner-west played host to the inaugural Live Red Art event, which drew a crowd of over 400 people to the Addison Road Community Centre in Marrickville last Sunday. The Great Hall was transformed into a make-shift gallery with three walls constructed from 250 milk crates stacked 6 high and fastened with cable ties and string,
The group will bring their community-minded, independent brand of big-band soul, funk and unpredictability to the grassy lawns of the Addison Road Community Centre for a springtime evening of socially conscious and politically radical music and art.
A new Sydney-based arts project is inviting artists to submit work that investigates a radical perspective.