Woodes is doing all sorts of cool things at the moment. Not only has she just released a collaborative EP, she is curating Melbourne Music Week’s Interwoven installation. Interwoven will see Melbourne’s Church of Bang Bang Boogaloo transform into an interactive space and host a huge organic sculpture created by Wona Bae.
On November 17, Interwoven will host a night of performances that will fuse female musicians, florals (because spring, duh) and fashion.
Not only will the night showcase some of our best up-and-coming female talents, but it will also showcase local designers. Expect to see threads by Verner, Kloke, Kuwaii, Etal and more.
In celebration of Interwoven and female power, we have a special treat for you all. It’s a series of live performances by the Interwoven artists, so you can get a sneak preview what’s to come.
We now present the final part of our Interwoven Live Sessions. Rounding things off is Ella Thompson, performing her sultry pop melody 'Hold Me Still'.
You can buy tickets to the event here.