The mission sees Australian visible artists create works impressed by a selected musician or track, with these artists capable of take inspiration from the melody, lyrics, album cowl or musician themselves, deciphering it how they select.
Works are then auctioned throughout a gala dinner on the Artwork Gallery of NSW, with proceeds going to Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy (Noro). This yr’s occasion will happen on Saturday, 17th July and also will characteristic performances by Minchin, Ngaiire and Kate Ceberano – tickets can be found here.
Among the visible artists whose work will likely be featured this yr embrace Holly Greenwood, Nicholas Harding and Leila Jeffreys. They’ll be deciphering ‘No one Will get What They Need Anymore’ by Marlon Williams and Aldous Harding, ‘Paint My Coronary heart’ by the Teskey Brothers and ‘Bury Me Deep in Love’ by The Triffids, respectively.
Different artists embrace Laura Jones deciphering Ngaiire’s ‘Fall into My Arms’, Man Maestri deciphering Nick Cave‘s studying of The Bunyip of Berkeley’s Creek, and Robert Malherbe deciphering ‘All Model New’ by Underground Lovers. Alex Seton’s work attracts affect from Goanna‘s ‘Stable Rock’, whereas Josh Yeldham’s is impressed by ‘Younger Blood’ by the Naked and Famous.
Tim Minchin’s ‘Airport Piano’ – as featured within the music video for the track itself – may also seem as a part of the occasion. “I’m so stoked to be a part of this superb occasion, elevating cash for a superb charity alongside good individuals,” Minchin commented.
The occasion’s founder, Jenny Morris, says it’s a thrill to be presenting Artwork of Music once more after being compelled to postpone final yr’s occasion.
“As at all times, my considering round compiling the gathering was to cowl as many artistic disciplines, kinds and worth ranges as attainable in order that there’s something for everybody. Crusing above all of that after all, is the intent to current high quality works.
“It has at all times been essential to me to current works that may attraction not solely to seasoned collectors, but in addition works that may whet the appetites of these starting to see the worth of shopping for artwork.”
— to musicfeeds.com.au