Libby is a descendant of the Ngugi people of Mulgulpin (Moreton Island) in the Quandamooka area. She has reached national acclaim for her performance-based activism and public art projects. Libby’s black feminist work is about re-mapping, re-hearing, de-colonising and reinstating country for First Nation peoples.
Working across the mediums of sculpture, performance, and installation, Adrienne uses ‘normal’ objects and environments to conjure the paranormal. Her work reveals private rituals, secret prayers, acts of worship, initiation, and escapism.
More than a band, Donny Love is an ongoing social experiment and vessel for discovery. Blend the music of the Talking Heads with the combined aura of the Power Rangers, and you will get a feel for their buoyant, weirdo-pop experiences.
All-female moody, tough pop quartet from the northern rivers. The Oogars are making waves with their dreamy harmonies and classic surf psych melodies. To The Oogars, music is an outlet that fosters connection and creativity.
Smells Like Nanna’s House
Tongue-in-cheek synthpop project that’s hotter than a COVID-safe Sizzler buffet. Smells like Nanna’s House takes this city’s soulless shtick by the balls and wrings it out to dry. Will wear cheap suits until he dies.
Keeping you safe
It is incredibly important to us that you have a safe experience when you come to HOTA. We have a COVID Safe plan and there are some new conditions of entry which you should read before purchasing a ticket or attending an event at HOTA.
All events are set up to ensure we meet all social distancing and hygiene guidelines. All you have to do is enjoy yourself.