Applications for our Art Market at the 2020 Sustainable Festival are now CLOSED.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Each of the organisers would like to acknowledge that this event takes place on unceded land. We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation and their elders past, present & emerging.
Hiccup and 107 Objects are teaming up for a sustainability festival at 107! Join us for a day that supports local, and sustainable efforts. The day will feature workshops, talks, music and an art market.
A donation is required for entry into the building. This allows access to the markets and exhibitions downstairs only.
Donations on the day will be shared directly to Seed, Australia's first Indigenous youth led climate network. For more info about Seed and the work they do visit: seedmob.org.au
Downstairs the Art Market will be running from 1 - 7pm showcasing 33 exciting artists from across the Sydney region.
Connecting local creators with local buyers, producing new economies that support sustainable craft, artisanal, design and studio-based practices.
You will have the chance to buy directly from:
Amber's Food Wraps
Boomalli Aboriginal Art Gallery
SK Sustainable Design
War On Waste Weekly
+ many more.
Two exhibitions will be featured on the walls and are for sale. On one side we have "Unseen" by Sarah Tan and on the other side we have "Part of a Whole" by Monica Pronk.
Upstairs HICCUP will be hosting workshops from 1-5pm and have organised a special list of Sydney based sound-makers for a Sunday Session in the rooftop garden.* Hiccup is a ticketed event. Donations will be shared directly to Seed.
TICKETS FOR HICCUP:
>> https://events.humanitix.com.au/hiccup-x-107-objects-or-sustainable-festival <<
Workshops - $13
Rooftop music - $15
Workshops and Rooftop music - $20
3 workshops - $30
1:00pm-2:30pm w Dr. Brenda Dobia
LEARNING TO MANAGE CLIMATE ANXIETY
3:00pm-3:45pm w Tom Hume
HOW TO GREENIFY YOUR HOME FOR RENTERS
4:00pm-5:00pm w Jon Wheeler
SCREEN PRINTING & SLOW FASHION
Papi Chulo, Hiccup Deejays, Bocconcini, DJ Naian, Casey & Eddy Diamond.
@hiccup_things | www.hiccupevents.com
@_107objects | www.objects.107.org.au
Our curatorial ethos is broad, inclusive but generally speaking we give preference to Object Orientated* work and Sustainable* creative practices and materials:
New, surprising, subversive, inventive and different.
Produced in Australia using locally sourced materials and/or Australian creative talent.
Non-commercial, mass-produced products.
Produced with low-waste and environmentally friendly principles in mind.
*What is Object Orientated?
artefacts, accessoires, up-cycled materials, sculptures, jewellery, textiles, ceramics, glass, small publications/zines, and products.
environmentally conscience use of materials, recycled, upcycled, locally sourced, low
We also consider sustainability in terms of community business. What we mean by
this is we prioritise non-commerical artists
to help sustain local art, craft and design community economies.
*What is Sustainable?