Live music with Marcus Corowa: Art Gallery NSW

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This week is the second Art After Hours celebrating The Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum Now presented by ANZ, and again we’re exploring both the serious and not-so-serious sides of art.

Join artist r e a in the Embodiment exhibition as she discusses her work, followed by a special talk with choreographer Stephen Page on embodying the past through dance and movement. Then test your art trivia knowledge as Nakkiah Lui, Bjorn Stewart, Fenella Kernebone, Sharee Sebbens, Ursula Yovich and Brendan Boney battle it out in the deadliest art game show ever! And speaking of deadly, don’t miss the soulful sounds of Marcus Corowa, previous winner of the Deadly Award for Most Promising New Talent in Music.

Singer/songwriter Marcus Corowa draws on his Aboriginal and South Sea Islander roots to combine elements of blues, jazz and funk to create a soulful and soothing sound. Marcus has been turning heads with his catchy melodies, heartfelt lyrics and silky-smooth singing voice. He was awarded the 2012 Deadly Award for Most Promising New Talent in Music.

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