CAN’T DO TOMORROW
Australia’s largest showcase of urban & street art
20 – 29 February 2020
This inaugural festival will see over 100 street artists and musicians take over Melbourne’s iconic multi-level warehouse, The Facility, transforming it from top to bottom with paintings, murals, photography, sculptures, projections and epic installations, celebrating the best in contemporary art. Alongside the artworks, the festival will have a curated music lineup by DJ MzRizk featuring live performances by TEYMORI (Live) and Cool Out Sun, alongside DJ sets from JNETT, Cara Mia, Benny Badge, DJ Mikey Goodfellow, DJ DoSomething? and more. A brand new Tallows club will also keep the festival vibe going all day and into the night.
The festival includes the world premiere of Chinese-Australian political artist and cartoonist Badiucao’s never-seen-before exhibition Made in Hong Kong, Banned in China. Previously titled Gongle, this world premiere follows the exhibition’s cancellation in Hong Kong in 2018.
IMAGE CREDITS (in order of appearance):
The Facility | Callum Preston’s Milk Bar (installation shot at Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery) | Kaff-eine, Untitled | LucyLucy, Hypnagogia | Michael Peck, Migration | Badiucao presents Made in Hong Kong, Banned in China | JasonParker, It looks like apathy has crashed would you like to reboot
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