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Events in Sydney
The choir is a new lively, open, friendly, all genders, all ages singing group in Newtown for people of all singing abilities.
Theres no audition and no need to be able to read music as the songs are taught by ear. Each week, we learn a brand new song. We meet every Thursday evening but theres no pressure to attend. Drop-ins are welcome.
We offer a place that is also safe for greater diversity - people who are living rough on the streets, people of all abilities, LGBTIQ, people who are new migrants or asylum seekers - people who need to find some human connection and something beautiful to lift them up once a week. We have an open-hearted space that is breaking down some barriers that often create distance between people who are different.
Revitalizing, relaxing, guided movement exploration.
If you enjoy thinking and moving outside the box, come and rediscover vitality through the creativity of your expressive body with this friendly group. Gentle guidance will encourage your spontaneity, imagination and both mental and physical fitness.
Moving as your body wants means no prerequisite for technique or physical standard. Various abilities are catered for. Willingness to be playful is an asset.
Mature age is warmly welcomed.
Contemplate the power of voice before and beyond words and explore the human voice in this immersive exhibition.
Experience the human voice, how it locates us socially, geographically and psychologically. Learn how the voice is utterly flexible and can be altered with treatment and training.
Designed as an acoustic journey, delve inside vocal tracts, restless minds and speech devices to discover how meaning and emotions are conveyed through the patterns of rhythm, stress and intonation.
Blending performance, video, visuals and sound, This is a Voice presents works by artists and vocalists, punctuated by paintings, manuscripts, medical illustrations and ethnographic objects.
This is a Voice is a Wellcome Collection exhibition produced in collaboration with the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS).
The exhibition Gapu-Monuk Saltwater Journey to Sea Country recognising Indigenous Sea Rights. It acknowledges the significant story of the Yolu people of northeast Arnhem Land and their fight for recognition of Indigenous Sea Rights and the Blue Mud Bay legal case.
In essence it is a display of Yirrkala Bark Paintings of Sea Country also known as the Saltwater Collection. 47 Yolu artists petitioned for sea rights by painting their Sea Countries onto bark and revealing sacred patterns or designs known as minytji, that were created by Ancestral Beings.
This stunning exhibition will also include Mokuy (spirit) carvings, Larrakitj (mortuary pole paintings on hollowed trees), lipalipa (dugout canoe) and other traditional and contemporary works.
Yolu artists from fifteen clans and eighteen homeland communities in east Arnhem Land created the sacred paintings in a response initiated by Madarrpa clan leader Djambawa Marawili in 1997, following his indignation at discovering illegal fishing on a sacred site in his clan estate.
Gapu-Monuk Saltwater reveals sacred clan designs demonstrating enduring connection to specific sea country. The Yirrkala Bark Paintings of Sea Country are as historic as they are sacred, as they will never be produced again.
An exciting outdoor exhibition that explores the history and impact of one of the 20th centurys most important innovations: the humble shipping container.
Colourful metal boxes will be scattered like giant Lego pieces in what will be the Australian National Maritime Museums very first outdoor exhibition. Each box will reveal the secrets of how the shipping container has shaped our modern world, changing the way we produce, shop, eat, work and live.
Ubiquitous, standardised and universal, its easy to take the shipping container for granted. But some economists say this unassuming box has done more for global trade than every trade agreement signed over the past 50 years.
The container revolution began with the sailing of the Ideal-X in 1956, and in just over a decade had the makings of a global phenomenon as shipping became cheaper and faster than ever before. After more than 70 years, the sturdy container has stood the test of time, with up to 35 million on the ocean today.
The history of magic as an art form has been shrouded in mystery in order to protect its secrets, often being handed down verbally from magician to magician. But in this secret museum of Sydney, this history of wonder and knowledge comes to life.
The Australian Museum of Magical Arts is set within the secret walls and corridors of The Magicians Cabaret Theatre. Through personal objects, photos and films, personal mementos, secret plans, books and artefacts, you can learn about the mind of a magician and the fascinating role magic has played in cultures.
This museum may be small, but it is packed with information and inspiration. Not just about revealing secrets. By discovering the role magic has played in movies, in war, even in history, you will also experience not just wonder but the beauty of imagination.
You will feel like you are searching, or travelling for the purpose of discovery.
Monthly life drawing competition.
3 artists, 3 hours, 1 model.
Contact us for more details.
Wet Paint at Canvas Bar.
Theme for this competition is Winter.
3 artists. 3 canvases. 3hours.
City Walls is a series of surprise street art projects brought to you by Art and About Sydney and Elliott Routledge of Funstudio.
The first artwork in the brand new City Walls project, To be free is to have no fear, is a colourful work by artist Nadia Hernandez behind Customs House on Loftus Lane. Nadia works by creating the work as a paper cut artwork in a smaller scale, then translates it to the wall.
A multidisciplinary artist and designer based in Sydney, Nadia Hernandez was born in Merida, Venezuela. Her practice continues to orbit and explore Venezuelan folklore, using collage, craft, design and text to reflect on the intersecting ideologies of social and political change.
Hernandez has had both solo and group exhibitions across the country and has created site-specific works in Sydney for cultural hubs such as The Thousands and Golden Age Cinema. Her work is held in private collections throughout Australia, New York, London, Luxembourg, Barcelona, and Japan.
Watch out for more City Walls in the coming months springing up in an ever-changing Sydney.
Visit Nadias, Elliotts, or the Funstudio website and Nadia or Elliotts Instagram.
About Art and About
Our city shines in every season, and now Art and About Sydney allows to you celebrate each one with our ongoing program.
After 13 years of a festival-style program that jam-packed one month with temporary public art, were committing to a year-long calendar of creativity.
Urbanised and sprawling, Sydney is deeply urbane yet paradoxically wild. A secret city of animals, both seen and unseen, exists amongst us. We are coupled and tethered to the animal world in a symbiotic relationship that stretches from the present into the past.
Birds sweep through our skies and pick at our waste, cats rule social media networks, dogs are preened and prepped, and rats scurry endlessly within close proximity. Animals are depicted through deeply symbolic decoration, from public art to architectural motifs. Yet this relationship is often overlooked.
Something Else is Alive: Sydney and the Animal Instinct approaches the idea of the animal in the city in various ways from the humorous to the downright creepy, from the symbolically sacred to the secular.
The exhibition will feature objects drawn from the City of Sydney collection and archives alongside artworks by four Sydney-based artists: Mechelle Bounpraseuth, Blak Douglas, Mylyn Nguyen and Garry Trinh. The show will also include the dogs eye view of Bailey Haggarty - rescue dog and Assistant Director of Seagulls at the Australian National Maritime Museum, dramatic footage of a Peregrine Falcon preying on a pigeon on a ledge of the Westpac building, Il Porcellino, Sydneys wild boar with a lucky snout, fascinating 19th century letters of complaint received by the Lord Mayor and a 24-hour bee-cam.
Something Else is Alive will investigate everything from the difference between Indian myna and noisy miner birds, to what the horses of the NSW Mounted Police get up to when theyre not fighting crime. It will engage people from all walks of life.
Make Saturday morning your time to stock up on gourmet food and produce at the Kings Cross Market, specialising in Certified Organic and fresh produce.
Enjoy meandering through the many other stalls featuring crafts, plants, flowers, environment and eco products, fair trade goods and delightfully unique individual and personally produced goods.
We trade rain, hail or shine and we all really appreciate your patronage!
The Kirribilli Markets is now one of Sydneys oldest and most popular markets. Featuring stalls selling new and recycled fashion and accessories, emerging local fashion designers, home and giftwares, arts and craft, jewellery, plants, gourmet foods and a whole lot more.
There are 2 markets held each month:
The art, design and fashion market is a boutique market held on the second Sunday of the month. Find artisan-made goods in the tunnel and fashion, food and more on the green and gravel areas.
The general market which is held on the fourth Saturday of the month has everything you could want from artisan goods to secondhand clothes and more.
Each market has 2 eating areas: Eat Street which is on Burton Street and Gourmet Corner which is located on the gravel area.
We have live entertainment all day long on Burton Street.
A little something for everyone, come and explore the possibilities.
What is Soulsville you ask? Its a magical, musical journey to those amazing songs of yesteryear. First, be prepared to be mesmerised with some amazing illusions from Jack Daniels (The illusionist, not the liquor). Then allow Gary Sterling and Rebecca Verrier to make love to your ears with the sounds of Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and The Supremes, Wilson Pickett, The Temptations, Martha and the Vandellas, the Four Tops, Whitney Houston and the list goes on. Sit back, recline and relax in the beautiful Star Bar Dinner Theater and enjoy an array of feel-good music from days past.
You are welcome to sing-a-long (Actually, with Gary, sometimes, you dont have a choice, he makes you part of the show), clap your hands or if you are too cool to do that, just nod along with the beat. Why not make a full evening and include a delicious dinner with your show. All V.I.P seats include a Dinner and/or drink choice, upfront, near the stage seating and discounted city parking. Soulsville is a Las Vegas Style Show in the heart of Sydney.
Oh, keep your eyes and ears open for the coolest band in da land The Hot Ice Soul Band 2 Shows a night. Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the Month. Limited seating so book early to avoid disappointment. Doors open 6:30pm. Shows are 7pm and 8:45pm.We recommend dinner from 5:30pm-6:45pm (7pm show) and 7:00pm-8:30pm (8:45pm show)
First introduced to Australia in 1971, with the recent opening of its Redfern Dojo, Kei Shin Kan Karate Do is commencing beginners courses and free first trial lessons.
Students will be able to experience the basic techniques and principles of karate, strengthening the body and mind with focus and discipline. Lessons take pace at a natural pace while delivering a better understanding of Japanese culture with the opportunity to join the following beginners course.
Kei Shin Kan is a not-for-profit with dojos across Australia and worldwide. Dedicated to sharing the teachings of traditional Japanese karate, it is suitable for all levels, males and females and physical abilities.
Spaces are limited so please book to secure your place. We welcome you to come and join us!
Free introduction night: 21 March.
At our weekly training sessions, people with a disability enjoy the benefits of exercise - through walking or running - with the assistance of volunteer guides.
Achilles is a social running club and gives members the opportunity to exercise to the level of their choosing, whether it be a gentle walk of a few hundred metres or a brisk 10 km run. We train for around an hour and then catch up with each other over a cup of tea or coffee outside the Art Gallery.
Occasionally, training is relocated to Centennial Park when there is an event taking place in the Domain. This will be advised on our website.
This Saturday come down and have some thing to eat and relax on the lawn. Listen to the music and soak up the atmosphere.
Drop into Glebe Markets and find a treasure or sample our gourmet foods while relaxing on the lawn and listening to the live bands.In days when recycling is a way of life, Glebe is a great place to find recycled fashion, CDs and books. You never know what treasures your rummaging fingers may turn up.
Open every Saturday 10am to 4pm. Explore and lose yourself at Glebe Markets for a day.
Potts Point Markets are held every Sunday at Fitzroy Garden, Macleay Street, Potts Point next to the iconic El Alamein Fountain in Kings Cross.
Grab a coffee or a sundae waffle, (its Sunday after all), a sausage sandwich or a Turkish Gozleme and have a lazy browse through the interesting mix of stalls.
From vintage, collectors items and complete junk, to fresh flowers, handmade jewelry and young, local designer clothing.
You never know what you going to find!
Joynton Park Market (previously known as Green Square Markets) are held every Saturday at the pristine, dog friendly Joynton Park, on Gadigal Ave, Zetland. The markets are popular with locals and their pets, so come down, grab a coffee or brunch at one of the fabulous food stalls and check out the great array of arts, crafts and special items.
Our stalls offer candles and soaps, fashion for adults and kids, jewellery, fortune telling, handmade cards and prints by local artists, organic tea and coffee gifts, beautiful leather wallets, bags and hats, fresh flowers and lots more.
Join our social gardening project to learn, assist and get involved in all aspects of sustainable vegetable and herb gardening. You will be involved in selecting plants, planting, growing, nurturing, trimming, debugging,watering, worm farming and fertilising the plants.
Our initial meeting at 3pm will be for everyone to meet each other and introduce you to our gardening project. If you cannot make this time, we will have a second meeting at 6.30pm. Contact Greg for more information.
The backbone of Bangarra is our unique ability to carry the power of Australias first cultures in breathtaking dance works. We blend the old with the new while embracing the diversity and strength of Australias people. Our brand new work, created especially for Carriageworks 2017 season, is no exception.
This triple bill, commissioned and directed by Artistic Director Stephen Page, will bring together the choreographic talents of Djakapurra Munyarryun, Elma Kris, Nicola Sabatino and Kaine Sultan-Babij.
Together they will take audiences across Australia, from north east Arnhem Lands red dust, to the waters of the Torres Strait Islands - home of the salt-water creature, the Dugong - to Indigenous urban life looking at gender challenges and the human spirit. This will be the second time the company has performed in this industrial, multi-arts space of Carriageworks.