Meet friends at ‘Cindy Sherman’ Up Late for a unique Friday night out with Brisbane indie-pop, four-piece Major Leagues.
Major Leagues’ second EP, Dream States was released in April, recorded over a period of 18 months, the new release features personal stories of goodbyes, fleeting romances and life lessons, so don’t miss their playful charm and jangly slacker-pop.
Cindy Sherman Up Late
5.30 – 10pm | Friday 17 June
BUY TICKETS | $25
Booking fees apply when purchased in advance / Limited tickets available at the door
While you’re here, explore the ‘Cindy Sherman’ exhibition and hear from a different contemporary practitioner at each Up Late. Be tempted by the food and drinks offering at the Up Late bars, discover a new you at the pop-up styling station, and enjoy the sounds of Major Leagues.
DJ Set: Cheated Hearts DJs
Cheated Hearts DJs are a collective of young creatives who seek out dance floors with a difference.
Discover a new you at the pop-up styling station. With over 10 years’ experience in the industry, working predominantly within the fields of film, fashion and music videos, Billie Weston is known for her other worldly makeup creations.
Hear from Ellen van Neervan, a Mununjali woman from the Scenic Rim in South-East Queensland. She is the author of Heat and Light (2014), winner of the David Unaipon Award, Dobbie Literary Award and Sydney Morning Herald‘s Best Young Novelists Prize.
Major Leagues take over the River Room stage.
The Brisbane exclusive ‘Cindy Sherman’ exhibition closes.
GOMA Talks Cindy Sherman | Free
6.30pm Thursday 21 and 28 July
Join us for discussions on contemporary feminism.
‘In Character’ Film Program | Until 28 August 2016
Tickets on sale through qtix (booking fees apply) or at the GOMA Box Office from one hour prior to film screenings.
‘In Character’ is a cinema project developed in response to the exhibition Cindy Sherman. It brings together a cast of actresses and characters who challenge our expectations for the behaviour, desire and physicality of women onscreen.