Best of the week: What to see, hear and do in Sydney June 7-13

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TUESDAY, JUNE 9

MUSIC Waxahatchee, the project of American indie rocker Katie Crutchfield, puts on a weekly live stream series (until July 7) in which she plays an entire album from her back catalogue, with part of the ticket sales being donated to indie promoters affected by concert cancellations. The virtual gigs kick off today as she plays her debut record, 2012’s American Weekend. 11am, $22.50, handsometours.com

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10

EXHIBITION The free online exhibit A Thousand Words (until October 18) displays some of the most striking photographs captured between 1880 and 1980 from the collections of Sydney Living Museums and NSW State Archives accompanied by a word cloud generated from the public response to the images. sydneylivingmuseums.com.au

THURSDAY, JUNE 11

DESIGN Open House: Tamworth Textile Triennial (until July 29) brings together the diverse works of contemporary fibre textile artists from around Australia with the show curated by Sydney-based artist Glenn Barkley. 11am-4pm, Australian Design Centre, 101-115 William Street, Darlinghurst, free, australiandesigncentre.com

FRIDAY, JUNE 12

EXHIBITION To celebrate their doors being reopened, Powerhouse Museum is offering free entry with timed tickets and physical distancing in place. Check out the 22nd Biennale of Sydney exhibition Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh and Hesam Rahmanian: I Prefer Talking to Doctors About Something Else. 10am-5pm, Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris Street, Ultimo, free, maas.museum

SATURDAY, JUNE 13

STAGE Darlinghurst Theatre Company has launched its Red Carpet Cabaret series (until June 28), an evening of song, story and a three-course meal from Two Trout Restaurant. Tonight’s performer is Helpmann Award-winning mezzo-soprano Jacqueline Dark. 5.30pm and 8.15pm, Eternity Playhouse, 39 Burton Street, Darlinghurst, $500 for a table of four, darlinghursttheatre.com