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Top ten culture kicks!

Hi culture creatures ,

Are you ready to rumble?
Started Thursday!
Fresh Batch exhibition at Platform 72:
Cabinet of curiosities at World bar. A curated collection of performance, art and science oddities:
The Ladies Network – a group of seven women who celebrate the work of women in the creative industry – is hosting The Ladies Exhibition #3 at AMbush Gallery for five days. Thirty artists will present their talent as well as zines and music.
Ragga muffin ones. Reggae Carnival Market at Pittwater:
Get your party pantaloons on for PREY, it’s going to be gay gay YAY!!
Electro Swing night in Sydney on Saturday:
Grab your rug rats and take them to the new Kids bike track at Sydney park:
Or go to the Red Bull Billy Cart is an event in which amateur drivers and their fearless team of three build and race homemade billy cart vehicles. Each handmade machine is fuelled by nothing but sheer courage, the force of gravity and perhaps a little Red Bull.  Yeah boy!
Don’t want to venture out? Then stay at home and turn your animal into a dinosaur:
Love this city,
@getfunkt snapping in Newtown.
@getfunkt snapping in Newtown.

Top ten culture kicks!

Hi culture creatures,

Here’s this week’s top ten list of things to do. Now get out there and enjoy this amazing city!

B-Movie is one of the movies showing at the Antenna Festival showing this Saturday. From punk to the Love Parade. Co-presented by VICE:

The Carriageworks will host the Liveworks Festival of experimental art. Proudly presented by the Performance Space guys:

No money for martinis? There are free events happening as part of this festival too:

The Inner West Art and Design Market this Sunday in Marrickville:

Raise the roof with a huge sugar high. #BOING! Sweetfest is happening at the Ambush Gallery in Chippers the WHOLE weekend.

Graff heads, Sunday Walls is happening this Sunday at the Lord Gladstone:

Worm farm! This free workshop on Saturday will teach you how to convert your food waste and organic waste into useful natural fertiliser for your garden: #hugtheplanet

More planet cuddles! The Good Hood is about celebrating all the good things we’re doing to make Sydney a better place – like recycling, reusing, making, growing and living more sustainably. Pin to win!!about

Crafty critters, take time out and make a big arse pom pom for your toosh:

And if that’s not enough, get your mitts into this, mindfulness making paper flowers:

Love this city,


King_Street Newtown @getfunkt
King_Street Newtown @getfunkt

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