Sydney 25 March 2013. Ellis D Fogg’s has saved the best for last at his “Tales From The Fogg” exhibition with an eccentric and unique series of events being held at 107 Projects, Redfern this Easter long weekend.
The exhbition gives guests the opportunity to experience Fogg’s internationally acclaimed psychedelic lumino kinetic sculptures.
Fogg’s life of art, activism and creativity has ensured he has kept an eclectic community of friends and collaborators, highlighted by the performances he’s lined up for the last weekend of the exhibition.
This Friday night, meet Cabaret Conspiracy and Paris Theatre’s Johnny Allen aka the Director of Australia’s answer to Woodstock: Nimbin Aquarius Festival. Allen will be joined by eclectic singing sensation Jeannie Lewis.
On Easter Saturday, Jim Anderson of the Oz Magazine London obscenity trial is back with an illustrated slide show, accompanied by music and dance. The provocative jazz diva and spoken word poet, Edwina Blush, will also be gracing 107 Projects.
Tales From The Fogg will culminate in a tribute to Black and White freedom on the 50th anniversary of Oz Magazine, Australia which will be held on the night of Easter Monday April 1st.
Francesca Emerson-Foley will introduce Andreea Kyndryd’s monologue about her family and life, Slavery to Star Trek, which will be followed by the closing party.
Come and join the celebrations, meet some of our country’s most risqué artists and performers and immerse yourself in Ellis D Fogg’s lightshow.
COST: Entry to the exhibition is FREE. SHOWS are $20 entry, concession $15, or festival pass for $110
Includes meeting artists, exhibition entry and a light supper. Some nights feature a licensed bar.
VENUE: 107 Projects, 107 Redfern Street
FOR MORE: http://www.talesfromthefogg.net
Easter Friday 29th March
WHAT: Meet Cabaret Conspiracy and Paris Theatre’s Johnny Allen and special guest Jeannie Lewis.
Easter Saturday 30th March
WHAT: Meet Jim Anderson of Oz Magazine, London, and view his illustrated slide show with music and dance accompanied by sly wit and smooth sexy songs of Edwina Blush.
Easter Monday 1st April
WHAT: A tribute to Black and White freedom on the 50th anniversary of Oz Magazine, Australia. Andreea Kyndryd’s monologue about her family and life, Slavery to Star Trek, introduced by Francesca Emerson-Foley followed by a closing party with licensed bar and supper to end the night.