Tim Ritchie In Conversation at Play Bar, Surry Hills Tuesday 13 September 2016
Co-presented by Groovescooter, Keep Sydney Open + APRA AMOCOS for Sydney Fringe.
NB: Correct date for next In Conversation with Gregory Porter is Thurs 29TH of Sept.
To coincide with his month-long debut solo exhibition of photographs at Folonomo Gallery – former Double J, triple j and Radio National broadcaster and club DJ Tim Ritchie was in conversation with Paris Pompor talking about his life, inspirations and career. He also recalled pre-lockout memories of Sydney those pre-dawn mornings in the ’80s that found him stumbling out of clubs rather than on his bike taking the photos that have so resonated with Sydneysiders over the last few years. To view the exhibition head to Folonomo Gallery 370 Bourke St Surry Hills (open until 25 September and curated by Ira Ferris/Artemis Projects) or purchase one of the original prints here: groovescooter.com/tim-ritchie.html
Filmed/edited by Campbell Drummond /C&C Film Factory. Opening still by Rizwan Omar /cyanpepper.org
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