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  • Winter enews – explore NSW, win tickets and more

    All the latest news – Explore NSW, NAIDOC, theatre and music galore. Please note Blak Box has now sold out! #utp #blakbox #naidoc #shalom #syo #visitnsw #bello #griffin#barangaroo #manintheattic #jenolancaves

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  • Support the Arts with a donation this end of financial year

    Just a warm nudge, if you support the arts and want to see more theatre, music, dance, design,art etc don’t forget to make a donation before June 30. Even the smallest amount helps and all donations over $2 are tax deductible. If you don’t know where to start – may I suggest organisations that support and […]

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  • Renovations put some old-fashioned sparkle back into Jenolan Caves

    We are thrilled to be working with the Jenolan Caves Trust – raising awareness of the new facilities and increasing tourism to niche markets. More information about the increase in funding and new initiatives can be found here: https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/renovations-put-some-old-fashioned-sparkle-back-into-jenolan-caves-20180525-p4zhlx.html

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  • Updates to our Privacy Policy for our European clients

    Your privacy and information are important to us, so we’re keeping you in the loop with some changes we’ve made to our Privacy Policy. In light of the current attention on privacy and the commencement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the new European Union privacy laws, we have made relevant changes to our […]

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  • Blak Box at Barangaroo Reserve.

    Coming to Barangaroo Reserve in June is Blak Box by Urban Theatre Projects. Blak Box is a First Peoples concept of ‘deep listening’, based on oral storytelling, silences and the spaces in between, deep listening is a practice to develop respect and community building. Free entry. June 2 – 24, 2018 Bookings are essential via the link below […]

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  • Final week for Green Ladder at Barangaroo

    Don’t miss the final week of the Green Ladder Installation at Barangaroo. Located at Exchange Place, near David Jones, originally commissioned by the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in 2016 for the architectural pavilion series Fugitive Structures, Vo Trong Nghia’s Green Ladder speaks to sustainable and green architectural practice. More information please click here

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  • The Big Anxiety Festival of Arts + Science + People – 2017 highlights

    We were thrilled to have worked on this state of the art festival, the first of its kind in Australia.  The next Big Anxiety Festival will be in 2019. The Big Anxiety festival of arts science people The Big Anxiety 2017 brought together artists, scientists and communities to question and re-imagine the state of mental […]

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  • Artist Steve Lopes wins the 2018 Gallipoli Art Prize with ‘Exposed Wood, Mont St Quentin’.

    Sydney based artist Steve Lopes has won the 2018 Gallipoli Art Prize ($20 000 acquisitive funded by the Gallipoli Memorial Club) with his painting ‘Exposed Wood, Mont St Quentin’ depicting the overgrown WW1 battlefield of Mont St Quentin on the Western Front where Australian forces fought. Lopes’ winning work along with thirty-two finalist works will be on public display at Club […]

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  • Thirty three finalists have been selected for the 2018 Gallipoli Art Prize.

    Thirty-three finalists have been selected for the 2018 Gallipoli Art Prize. The winner of the $20 000 prize will be announced on Wednesday April 18 in Sydney at Club Bondi Junction RSL whilst the Gallipoli Memorial Club in Circular Quay undergoes redevelopment. The winning painting and the thirty-two finalist works will be on public display at the Club Bondi Junction RSL […]

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  • Green Ladder by architect Vo Trong Nghia – a bamboo grid installation, part sculpture, garden and sanctuary

    The Barangaroo Delivery Authority in collaboration with the Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas (SCCI) has unveiled a major installation designed by award-winning Vietnamese architect, Vo Trong Nghia at Exchange Place, Barangaroo. Green Ladder by Vo Trong Nghia Architects is a temporary art installation, a peaceful green space for Barangaroo visitors to enjoy until May 2018. […]

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