|April 5, 2012||to||April 19, 2012|
Kaldor Public Art Projects announces new after-hours creative ‘Parlour’ events, launching in conjunction with Thomas Demand’s The Dailies
- Launching on 5 April 2012
The inaugural series of Parlour events will be hosted at the Commercial Travellers’ Association in Sydney’s Martin Place, over three consecutive Thursday evenings during April from 5:30pm until 9.00pm. The first event will be held on Thursday 5 April, followed by events on Thursday 12 April and Thursday 19 April 2012. Parlour is open to the public and entry is free. Reservations required via eventbrite.
Kaldor Public Art Projects has announced a free after-hours creative program called Parlour where art, music, film, performance and hands-on workshops come together within the context of major international art projects.
Launching on 5 April 2012, the inaugural series of Parlour events will celebrate the major new installation that has been created by renowned Berlin artist Thomas Demand as the 25th Kaldor Public Art Project, The Dailies, within the iconic Harry Seidler-designed Commercial Travellers’ Association (CTA) Club building.
Parlour offers after-hours viewings of The Dailies and rare experience of the CTA’s club lounge, dining and meeting rooms over three consecutive Thursday evenings in April. Each Parlour event has a different theme: The Doppelganger Parlour (5 April), Parlour Kino Sydney (12 April) and Mirror Parlour (19 April). Guests can purchase The Dailies special cocktail and drinks in the CTA club lounge bar, whilst taking part free workshops, talks and other special events throughout the buildings subterranean spaces.
Each edition of the after-hours Parlour events will be presented in unique venues, alongside Kaldor Public Art Projects.
Kaldor Public Art Projects Director, John Kaldor AM said: “Parlour is a unique after-hours creative art program designed to stimulate, entertain and engage guests. It offers a dynamic program spanning art, music, film and performances that are inspired by and respond to our art projects”.Share