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Obsolete? Artist, Object, Small Museum

Kandos is located between Lithgow and Mudgee and was once the largest cement plant in the southern hemisphere, attracting workers from all over the globe. Its high-quality cement was used to build the Sydney Harbour Bridge and much of the … Continue reading

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Clarence Prize 2017

The 2017 Clarence Prize Exhibition  will be held from September 8 to October 8 in the Barn at Rosny Farm Arts Centre. This biennial event has found its niche within Australia’s art community as a prize that celebrates accessible furniture … Continue reading

THE AUSTRALIAN PAVILION BIENNALE ARCHITETTURA 2018

The Australian Pavilion Biennale Architettura 2018: Submissions

The Creative Directors are calling upon Australian architects, urban designers and landscape architects to submit designs that have been conceived in relationship with their ecosystem to effect repair be it civic, social, cultural, economic or environmental. From these, a selection … Continue reading

KALDOR PUBLIC ART PROJECTS Anri Sala Artist Talk

Anri Sala: artist talk

12.00pm – 2.00pm Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences Sydney Observatory, 1003 Upper Fort Street, Millers Point, 2000 Join celebrated French/Albanian artist Anri Sala for his only public talk in Sydney, as he shares insights into the conceptual and creative … Continue reading

Luminocity 2017 - A Built Environment Student Exhibition

Luminocity 2017 – A Built Environment Student Exhibition

Luminocity exhibition shows you how students of UNSW Built Environment have combined evidence based decision making with their technical skills and adaptive creative thinking to address the challenges and projects they were given. Be inspired by the real world projects … Continue reading

Awkward Conversations

Awkward Conversations

One theme in UNSW’s The Big Anxiety Festival, this series is all about embracing the awkwardness of human conversation.  For visitors, it presents a unique opportunity to participate in intimate one-on-one conversations in experimental formats, enabling difficult issues – including anxieties, debilitating … Continue reading

Balik Bayan at Blacktown Arts Centre

Balik Bayan at Blacktown Arts

Six Sydney key cultural institutions – the Art Gallery of NSW, Blacktown Arts Centre, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Mosman Art Gallery, Peacock Gallery (Auburn), and Museums & Galleries of NSW – present a multi-arts program showcasing the contemporary art and cultural practices of the Philippines. Balik Bayan at … Continue reading

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Festival of arts + science + people

The Big Anxiety brings together artists, scientists and communities to question and reimagine the state of mental health in the 21st century. A radically new kind of international arts festival, in which every project is an open conversation, designed to promote … Continue reading

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Call for proposals: UTS Gallery Student Writing Program

UTS Gallery is inviting proposals from current UTS students for short-form essays (500 words) responding to our 2017 exhibition program. We are looking for insightful and innovative critical writing that addresses the themes of the four exhibitions on show at UTS … Continue reading

2018 Skyscraper Competition

2018 Skyscraper Competition

eVolo Magazine is pleased to invite architects, students, engineers, designers, and artists from around the globe to take part in the 2018 Skyscraper Competition. Established in 2006, the annual Skyscraper Competition is one of the world’s most prestigious awards for high-rise architecture. … Continue reading

Sydney Craft Week 2017

Sydney Craft Week

The inaugural Sydney Craft Week is coming October 2017 bringing together the creative diversity of Sydney’s contemporary craft community, Sydney Craft Week is a ten-day festival celebrating the beauty of the hand-made and the pleasure of making, bringing together Sydney’s … Continue reading