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Peer 2 Peer: Art Ball

A long overdue revival of Sydney's artist balls for students of NAS, SCA and UNSW ADA.


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Peer 2 Peer is a one-night-inter-art-school-bacchanal, where students from SCA, NAS, and UNSW ADA come together to forge community (and boogie down). The night will feature DJs from each school and live performance.

WHO: Current + former SCA, NAS and UNSW AD students + randoms from Eventbrite

WHERE: The Burdekin Hotel, Ground Floor. 2 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010.

WHEN: Sunday 7th August, 7pm - Midnight.

HOW: Tickets $10 . Limited Capacity and bookings essential.

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Sydney has a long tradition of artist balls. From 1924's 'Night of the Great Scandal', held at Town Hall (where revellers broke in through the basement windows and poured beer everywhere') to 1961's 'Splunge' ball at the Trocadero nightclub (where drag queens arrived in giant removalist vans because their frocks and hairstyles were too large to be transported any other way).

In the wake of covid, funding cuts, and rebuilding our communities in person from the ground up, Peer 2 Peer is way of coming together to reinvigorate our energy and collective spirit.

Peer 2 Peer networks are a specific form of relational dynamic, based on the assumed equipotency of its participants, organised through the free cooperation of equals in view of the performance of a common task, for the creation of a common good.

Peer 2 Peer is a VIBE.

Peer 2 Peer is your one-stop-shop for illegally downloading poor quality Skrillex tracks, exchanging energy and building community.


COVID, you know the drill:

BYOM - Bring your own Mask

Scan in

Sanitise your hands

Remember to socially distance

Stay home if you're feeling unwell

RSVP for exhibition opening and Saturdays essential



NAS, SCASS, UNSW AD and Arc Creative Acknowledge that we share, create and operate on Aboriginal land. Arc operates across the land of Bidjigal, Gadigal and Ngunawal people, and we pay our respect to elders past, present, and emerging. This will always be Aboriginal land.