Sundaze at the Museum Bar - Alice Ivy and Kanion
Head to the National Museum of Australia for Sundaze with quality DJs, live acts and great food and drinks this spring. It's also a chance to check out A History of the World in 100 Objects, with extended Sunday opening hours.
Raised on the Victorian surf coast, the daughter of German migrants, Annika Schmarsel aka Alice Ivy, recalls a childhood coloured by extensive travel in a vibrant and multilingual household. Her first foray into music, an ill-fated tryst with the clarinet, was swapped for guitar before Annika began beat-making inspired by the likes of The Avalanches, J Dilla and Bonobo.
Food and drink available for purchase.
Exhibition entry is ticketed.
- Coach Parking
- Non Smoking Establishment
- Parents Room
- Public Telephone
- Public Toilet