4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art and Honey Point presents
Honey Point x CLUB 4A
Honey Point x CLUB 4A // C. Frim, crescendoll, Honey Point (Deepa & Dame), Kiminza, Dyan Tai, Red Rey, Shahmen Suku & Alvin Ruiyuan Zhong
Celebrating bodies in motion, Honey Point x CLUB 4A will transform Mary’s Underground into an oasis for lovers of house, afrobeat, and club music. Curated by 4A in collaboration with Honey Point, CLUB 4A will see some of the city’s most magnetic Asian Australian talent in the dance music and performance community.
Blending global club sounds that are urgent and forward-thinking, Naarm-based C. Frim will grace audiences with her fearless and boundary pushing drum-driven cuts. Honey Point x CLUB 4A will also showcase music from Kenyan-Australian artist Kiminza, whose warm and considered stylings explore QTIPOC past, present and future in their multiple and interwoven forms. On closing duties is Gamilaraay woman crescendoll, flirting with juke, jersey, bounce and club in her sets. Glueing the music together are Honey Point residents Dame and Deepa - collectively known as Sydney’s jazzy sweethearts, revered for their totally infectious performances.
Honey Point x CLUB 4A will also feature memorable performances from artists Dyan Tai and Red Rey, moving in tandem with DJ sets throughout the evening. Find moments of reprieve throughout the evening by immersing yourself in Shahmen Suku’s installation ‘Oil Room | என்னை அறை’ and Alvin Ruiyuan Zhong’s captivating visuals. Poster design and event art created by Bobby Vibe Positive.
This event is supported by Create NSW and The City of Sydney.
This is an 18+ event.
Do not attend if you are feeling unwell.
The venue will be taking a number of precautionary measures to ensure patron safety, including:
- Hand sanitiser dispensers
- Signage and social distancing markers throughout the venue
- Regular sanitising of the venue and facilities
Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport.
We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.