Image: Timber Court, Australian Flora, Technological Museum, Harris Street, Ultimo c1908, Powerhouse Collection

Powerhouse Late: Eucalyptusdom

Duration: 5-9pm
Event

To celebrate the opening of Eucalyptusdom, Powerhouse Late will present newly-commissioned works by Dirt Witches, Justine Youssef and Alia Parker alongside live music from Biliirr and Del Lumanta.

The evening will feature artist talks from Damien Wright and Bonhula Yunupingu and Julie Gough, whose works are featured in Eucalyptusdom alongside poetry readings with Jazz Money, Dave Drayton, Holly Isemonger and Luke Patterson ― providing a conversational and creative insight into the complexities of our cultural and environmental history.

Arrive early to experience the taste sensation and olfactory delight of eucalypt honey mead by Jaimee Edwards of Fermenting Projects.

Eucalyptusdom is a new exhibition that reckons with our cultural history and ever-changing relationship with the gum tree, presenting over 400 objects from the Powerhouse Collection alongside 17 newly commissioned works by creative practitioners working across the fields of design, architecture, film, applied arts and performance.

PERFORMANCE, ART + VISUALS:
Agatha Gothe-Snape
Alia Parker
Biliirr
Del Lumanta
Dirt Witches
Jaimee Edwards of Fermenting Projects
Jiwah
Justine Youssef

ARTIST TALKS: 
Damien Wright and Bonhula Yunupingu
Julie Gough

POETRY READINGS: 
Curated by Running Dog. Featuring: Dave Drayton, Holly Isemonger, Jazz Money and Luke Patterson.

DOCUMENTARY SCREENING:
Eucalypt by Remembering the Wild

FREE event as part of Powerhouse Late.

Read about the COVID Safe measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe when visiting the Museum here.

Plan Your Experience

All the information you need to plan your visit is available on the Powerhouse Museum venue page, including:

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