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This May Australia’s longest running indie design and art fair is returning to the Barangaroo Cutaway for three-days. As always the Finders Keepers is about giving designers, makers, artists and crafters a platform to showcase their wares. A line-up of both established and up-and-coming stallholders will descend on Barangaroo to show off their handcrafted and meticulously designed goods. After ten years Finders Keepers are always looking for ways to spice up the mix of creatives, through design initiatives and fresh experiences. As in previous years there will be a devoted ‘debut’ section, for designers that are brand new to Finders Keepers. They are also extending hours to include Friday daytime so you can head in early and explore the set-up from noon, which is a bonus for freelancers, creatives and Finders Keepers fans alike. They have also launched the Finders Keepers Indigenous Program, which is dedicated to recognising the integral role Indigenous community art centres play in remote communities. This year they welcome Injalak Arts to Sydney, who foster the talents of artists from Gunbalanya in west Arnhem Land. With Mother’s Day falling on the following weekend, Finders Keepers will be the perfect opportunity to shop for a present, or bring mum along for an early surprise. You’ll be able to shop innovative homewares from Home By Harlequin, candles at Cleanse By Hepzabeth, the quilts from Aneau, body products at Salt by Hendrix, textiles by Variety Hour, lounge wear
We all know that cheese goes down a treat with wine... But did you know it also pairs perfectly with Scotch whisky? Time Out Live presents this whisky and cheese night hosted by Surry Hills bar the Wild Rover in an evening that explores the dark spirit and the dairy delight via tastings and helpful guidance. On the night you get to sample six whiskies from distilleries including Talisker, Johnnie Walker and Dalwhinnie. Each will be paired with a different cheese from across the globe, courtesy of the Stinking Bishops. It doesn't matter whether you're a whisky noob or a seasoned pro – this evening of firewater and fromage will offer something new to anyone that loves either whisky or cheese (or both). The first tasting on Mon May 30 is already sold out so, get in quick, Wild Rover is releasing tickets to an additional night of cheese and whisky on on Mon May 14 due to popular demand. Your ticket gives you six whiskies and six cheeses for $60. The evening is brought to you by the Whiskey Co-Op (Wild Rover’s very own whiskey collective), Simon McGoram (Diageo whisky ambassador) and Newtown cheese merchants, the Stinking Bishops. Learn more and book tickets here.
Five-star Sydney cocktail bar Eau De Vie has joined forces with Star of Bombay (luxury small batch, slow-distilled expression of Bombay Sapphire gin) to debut a swanky new Martini service, the Star of Bombay Martini Trolley. The custom-designed liquid nitrogen-fueled cocktail trolley will pay tribute to the ritual of creating James Bond's favourite cocktail, the Martini. Inspired by the lush service experience of the classic cocktail trolley, the Star of Bombay Troley Service menu will pay respects to the great hotels and bars that created some of the most famed Martinis in the world. Cocktails include the Edwardian, which is a riff on the Savoy Hotel's signature Hanky Panky cocktail from 1903; the Captain Ritz, inspired by the Ritz Sidecar (known as the most expensive cocktail in the world); the Simpson Martini, Eau De Vie’s adaptation of the traditional Dirty Martini from the Connaught in London; and the Magda Martini, inspired by the iconic Bond series and the Dukes Hotel in London. For the Martini aficionados, you can also play by your own rules and create your very own personalised Star of Bombay Martini using bitters, brine and garnishes. You can enjoy a single Martini for $24 or enjoy a sample flight of four Martinis for $50. Star of Bombay Martini Trolley Service at Eau De Vie is available for walk-ins, although reservations are recommended. Find out more about about the Star of Bombay Martini trolley experience at Eau De Vie.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards and exhibition showcase not only the best of the natural world, but the patience, ingenuity and talent of the photographers who spend their time embedded within wildlife so that they can get that incredible, revealing shot. Judged by a panel of industry-recognised professionals, this year's 100 finalists were taken by some of the world’s best nature photographers and selected for their creativity, artistry and technical complexity.
ANZAC Day is fast approaching and if you're yet to make plans, why not get down to the Keg & Brew in Surry Hills or the Dog Hotel in Randwick? Both pubs will be hosting two-up games and food and drink specials all day. Each venue will swing open the doors and get started at 10am, making it an ideal place to head following dawn services. The Keg & Brew will be putting the NZ in ANZAC by paying homage to New Zealand with a L&P Fizz cocktail, with rosemary infused gin topped with kiwi soda, Lemon & Paeroa. The DOG Hotel will be firing up a custom ANZAC menu that includes an all Aussie Angus burger, Vegemite pies, VB battered fish and chips with calamari and more. Both pubs will be pouring schooners of VB and Stone & Wood beers for just $6 all day long, and there will be a lucky door prize at each venue. It's not ANZAC Day without two up and each pub will kick off the betting from noon. The DOG Hotel's ring will be hosted by 2GB and 2UE radio personality Ben Malouf, while the Keg & Brew will see up-and-coming comedian Bec Charlwood hold proceedings. Find out more about ANZAC Day at the Keg & Brew and the DOG Hotel.
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This May will mark the 9th annual Head On Photography Festival and to kick off proceedings they will host an opening night launch with prizes, live music, photography and some very special guests. It's an esteemed evening for anyone in the photography world, as it announces the winners of the Head On Photo Awards, Australia’s most prestigious photography competition. Made up of four categories (portrait, mobile, student and landscape) the evening will celebrate excellence in photography with $60,000 worth of prizes from Fujifilm, Olympus and Sony. Before and after the awards there will be live performances, plus photography slideshows. Physical theatre outfit Legs On The Wall will be on site while artist Emma Hack will be doing live body painting (you may remember her work from Gotye’s much loved 'Somebody That I Used to Know' film clip). You can also get your hands on gear from from Fujifilm, Olympus and Sony, with each dishing out insightful camera demos. The Time Out fun doctors will also be on hand to give you IRL recommendations for Sydney good times. A prestigious round of special guests will be in attendance including arts minister Don Harwin, Sydney’s Lord Mayor Clover Moore and ABC’s Robbie Buck alongside local and international photo artists and industry pros. It's also free to attend, so whether you're a newbie to being behind the lens, a seasoned shutterbug or you just appreciate beautiful images, head down to the UNSW Art and Design campus to join in on the f
Sculpture at Scenic World – back for its seventh year – brings the work of local, interstate and international artists to the Jurassic rainforest floor at Scenic World, the Blue Mountains' top attraction. Displayed along the path of the Scenic Walkway, the more than 38 artworks will thrill, challenge and delight viewers. And what other art exhibition has an entrance involving the steepest railway journey in the world? All tickets include full day access to Sculpture at Scenic World, including the Scenic Railway, Scenic Walkway, Scenic Skyway and the Scenic Cableway, in addition to a full public program including free guided tours, artist talks, weekend workshops and Sculpture Otherwise at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. Here are seven of the artworks you can expect to see on your visit...