SNACK CHAT with Chun Yin Rainbow Chan with participants from Akira Takayama’s ​Our Songs – Sydney Kabuki Project

SYDNEY // Thursday 5 April // 6.00PM – 7.00PM

Be part of 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art’s Biennale of Sydney program SNACKCHAT . Partake in a conversation about the cultural fabric of Sydney with participant’s from Akira Takayama’s video work Our Songs – Sydney Kabuki Theatre while enjoying some snacks from Hong Kong.

For this edition of SNACKCHAT Chun Yin Rainbow Chan and her mother Irene Chan reperform their songs from Akira Takayama’s Our Songs – Sydney Kabuki Theatre and step you through a history of their family in Hong Kong. Accompanied by a visual presentation this is a SNACKCHAT not to miss!

This event is presented in collaboration with the 21st Biennale of Sydney.

Chun Yin Rainbow Chan, pictured with her mum Irene Chan. Photo: 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
Chun Yin Rainbow Chan, pictured with her mum Irene Chan. Photo: 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

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SNACKCHAT is a new series of events by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, creating conversations about Sydney’s diverse cultural fabric over shared snacks from different community groups.

Image: Akira Takayama, Our Songs – Sydney Kabuki Theatre, 2018. Courtesy the artist and the Biennale of Sydney.