Since 1982, Cleveland Street Theatre (formerly Railway Union Hall) has been home for independent contemporary art and performance. For over two decades, it provided affordable venue for Performance Space, which …

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Published: 17 Jun, 2015 | 0 Comments | Tags:

Feeling like you just need some space? We hear you. We’ve compiled a list of sites that can help you find the room that you need – whether it’s to …

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Published: 17 Jun, 2015 | 0 Comments

As part of Vivid Sydney, the REMIX Summit will take on some of the issues biggest faced by the cultural sector right now. Posed as the intersection between culture, technology …

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Published: 21 May, 2015 | 0 Comments

107 Projects might be where you buy your morning coffee, or maybe you’ve been to exhibitions there before. Or, perhaps that’s where you saw that Canadian one-man-band that sings in …

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Published: 19 Mar, 2015 | 0 Comments | Tags:

As part of the City Art Program, artists are working collaboratively to shape our city, including transforming Green Square’s public spaces. Maria Fernanda Cardoso will work closely with expert stonemasons, …

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Published: 11 Feb, 2015 | 0 Comments

There has never been a better time to apply for a grant with the City. We’ve overhauled the way our programs are structured, cut down the paperwork and moved the …

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Published: 20 Jan, 2015 | 0 Comments | Tags:

The Old Fitzroy Hotel’s intimate cellar theatre has inconspicuously backed emerging Sydney talent since 1997. Determinedly independent, it is a treasure of the Sydney art scene and has seen the …

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Published: 20 Jan, 2015 | 0 Comments | Tags:

Getting a behemoth like Maser’s ‘Higher Ground’ ‘off the ground’ is no mean feat. In their second year with Sydney Festival, Laura Pike and Anne-Louise Dadak of Province were part …

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Published: 20 Jan, 2015 | 0 Comments | Tags: ,

What does a dancer look like? A new, undaunted production puts bigger bodies on stage and reclaims their creative capacity in defiance of aesthetic norms. In her final work as …

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Published: 10 Dec, 2014 | 0 Comments

Veteran street artist Numskull has just painted his biggest wall to date. His mural Here, Now created as part of Art & About Sydney, reminds the hurried crowds of Pitt …

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Published: 11 Nov, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags: ,

At last month’s City Conversation, Graham Jahn AM, Director of City Planning, Development and Transport delivered an astute and rousing vision for Sydney. In case you missed it, you can …

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Published: 11 Nov, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags:

When it comes to ideas and originality, Tiny Stadiums are local heroes. The annual festival of live art by PACT Centre for Emerging Artists has been infiltrating Erskineville for six …

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Published: 11 Nov, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags:

Watch Australia’s most highly awarded pavement artist, Jenny McCracken and Dutch internet sensation Leon Keer create an incredible 3D artwork on the forecourt of Custom’s House as part of the eighth …

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Published: 20 Oct, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags:

As if a day of sunning yourself with a gozleme in hand in Camperdown Memorial Rest Park isn’t reason enough to go, this year’s Newtown Festival is running a week-long …

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Published: 20 Oct, 2014 | 0 Comments

A haunting new photograph exhibition officially opened by Lord Mayor Clover Moore at Customs House boldly confronts one of the biggest global events of our time. The Story of Our …

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Published: 13 Aug, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags: ,

A brand new library and plaza is planned for the very centre of Green Square. Collector of enviable titles Jess Scully – editor, festival director and sometime provocateur in the …

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Published: 12 Aug, 2014 | 0 Comments

In thinking about what the future of public art in Sydney might look like, we revisits notable public projects around the world. Over the past couple of weeks, a 50 …

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Published: 12 Aug, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags: ,

Big Fag Press is an artist-run printing collective that’s been independently producing a special limited-run press for about 10 years. They’ve recently moved to a brand new location on the …

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Published: 15 Jul, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags:

In partnership with some incredible architects, we’re very excited to be recognised by the state’s architecture body, the Australian Institute of Architects Awards NSW, for three projects. Pictured are our …

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In her other-worldy, atmospheric installations, Lynette Wallworth is said to create, moments of transfiguration that come wholly unlooked for, as puncturing instants of experience…instants of shift that slip in under …

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Published: 17 Jun, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags:

From colonial edifices, grand fountains and murals by Indigenous artists, to kinetic sculptures and neon buildings, the preservation work of our public art collection has our City Art team up …

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‘Cultural Chernobyl’ is the term that’s been brazenly thrown at the stretch of Elizabeth Street between Campbell and Goulburn Streets. Indeed, walking past the bleak, brown-bricked parking lot as buses …

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Heffron Hall is perched on the corner of Burton and Palmer Streets and beside Albert Sloss Reserve, a small hidden playground in Darlinghurst. Built in the 60s, Heffron Hall has …

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Published: 17 Jun, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags:

At dusk, stroll down Glebe Point Road. You’ll hit Bicentennial Park, which has a great view of the Anzac Bridge. As you walk along the water’s edge, you will spot …

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Published: 22 May, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags: ,

In case you missed the news, Green Square’s industrial landscape is undergoing a major makeover. We’re working on a $440 million project to redevelop the area over the next 10 …

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Published: 22 May, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags:

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