Kirin J Callinan is many things. Brilliant musician, certified oddball, and now (at long last) he’s got another feather to add to his cap: master chef. Callinan will be cooking up a storm in the summit hub as he gives a live cooking demonstration, spiced up with insights into his latest album Bravado.
Friday November 24, 4:30pm – 5:30pm, The Carpark
Drop by St. Paul’s Cathedral to hear original songs performed by exceptional songwriters, including an appearance from triple j’s new Unearthed Artist of the Year, Stella Donnelly. The talented artists will follow their performances with a discussion of the influences and intentions behind their chosen song.
Friday November 24, 11:15am – 12:15pm, St. Paul’s Cathedral
This unique documentary exploring the social impact women have had in the Australian music industry is being screened as an industry-exclusive midway through today’s program. If you made it to last night’s outdoor show featuring Ali Barter, Alice Skye and Hey Mammoth that was inspired by the project, you’ll definitely want to make time for this one.
Friday 24 November, 12:30pm – 2pm, NGV Theatrette
Featuring a panel of music industry professionals with a diverse spread of experience and job titles, this showcase will present to you all the aspects of putting on a gig from creation through to execution. The speakers will also refer to Music Victoria’s Best Practice Guidelines to ensure they offer the best advice to help your gig runs smoothly.
Friday November 24, 3:45pm – 4:45pm, NGV Theatrette
As far as legends go, you don’t have to look much further than Marky Ramone. He’ll be detailing information on how punk changed the world, from the eyes of someone who was not only there to see it – but to actively make a change as well.
Friday November 24, 2:30pm – 3:20pm, NGV Theateterette
Find out more at Face the Music.