Ta-ku is heading to Sydney next week for a week-long residency that will highlight a myriad creative institutions and minds, in the realms of music, food, photography and more. This is a really exciting little series of events, sure to pique the interest of many beyond his typical fanbase.
Ta-ku has got to be one of the most creative people in Australia today – although many know him only for his beautiful electronic productions, he is also a photographer, fashion designer, and even owns his own barbershop in Perth.
Throughout the week, a photography series titled Songs To Make Up To, will be on display in the Paramount Building in Surry Hills. Let’s take a look at the events taking place next week at Our Golden Age cinema in Surry Hills.
Monday April 11: @Takueats, 5pm
Chefs and owners of restaurants including Acme, Mr. Wong’t and El Loco, as well as DJ Andrew Levins will chat about current trends in the culinary world and more.
Tuesday April 12: Create+Explore Photo Walk, 11am
Book the morning off work to let Ta-ku take you on a guided tour throughout the MCA, as part of Future Classic’s FCxMCA collaborative series.
Tuesday April 12: @Takubeats, 5pm
One for those who want to make it big, takubeats will see the producer chat to 18-year-old producer Kuren and other rising talents, about musical inspirations and more.
Tuesday April 14: Create+Explore Photo Walk, 11am
Tuesday April 14: @Takuspeaks, 5 pm
Ta-ku will chat with photographers about bringing social media and photography together, and their role in branding and advertising.
Friday April 15: @Takufleeks, 5 pm
Finally, Ta-ku will chat with as-yet-unannounced guests from the fashion world about sneakers, clothing design, pop culture and more.