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Events in Sydney
The Devonshire Street Cemeteries were the principal burial grounds for Sydney city from 1820 to 1867. In 1901 the cemetery was cleared to make way for Central Railway Station.
The fragile memory of the dearly departed is viscerally represented in the evolution of the burial grounds from decent solemnity to an overcrowded cluster of pestilential corpses.
Cemetery expert and City Historian Dr Lisa Murray will take you on a journey of memory, love and gothic horror.
This illustrated lunchtime talk will take place in the meeting room on Level 2, Customs House Library.
Free, but bookings essential.
This event is presented by the City of Sydney as part of their program for History Week 2019.
Come along to the final weekend of Cartographica: Sydney on the Map and join curator- and historian-led tours of the exhibition.
Discover how the citys landscape has evolved through the eyes of mapmakers.
This exhibition brings together a series of reproduced maps with a focus on Sydney, captured through the cartographic traditions of mapmakers.
Free, but bookings essential.
This event is presented by the City of Sydney as part of their program for History Week 2019.
The want of a cheap and portable guide, for the use of strangers visiting Sydney, induced the publisher to get up this little work, wrote James W Waugh in September 1861.
Waughs handbook to Sydney titled The Strangers Guide to Sydney was special: devised in a series of walks in order that those who have but a short time to spend in town, may have an opportunity of seeing as much of it as possible. Streets, public buildings, divergencies and picturesque scenery were all pointed out to the stranger.
Let James W Waugh be your guide as you travel back in time to 1861 and be a stranger in your own city. This walk starts at present-day Sydney Town Hall and ends at Customs House, but all the landmarks along the way are from 1861: illustrated with contemporary watercolours, etchings and the occasional new-fangled photograph. Its Sydney like youve never seen it before.
This new self-guided walk will be live in the Sydney Culture Walks app from 26 August 2019.Download the app for free from the Apple app store or Google Play.
The walk has been devised by the City of Sydneys city historian and civic curator to celebrate History Week 2019.
3 young, boundary-pushing artists will premiere their works as part of the 3x3x2 Festival of New Works.
Writer and actor Emily Dash unveils Freefall, a candid and moving play that asks provocative questions about love and death. The work explores the complexities of loving someone who sees the world differently to oneself.
Performance artist Christie Woodhouse asks important questions about how we need to prepare as citizens and as a society in Bring your devices in case you forget. The work explores our fascination with prepping subcultures, skill sharing modulated by tech giants and community formation.
Yuwaalaraay artist Cheryn Frost presents Hydraulic F**king, a queer political performance examining the destruction of our earth, the environmental impacts from fracking and the mining industry, and the parallels of land and sexual consent.
Dash, Woodhouse and Frost are part of PACTs 3x3x2 comprehensive 2-year residency for early-career performance artists. The residency program offers artists space, mentorship, a salary and freedom to test an idea driven investigation.
Our third Crafty Design heads to East Sydney. The event showcases the rich variety of contemporary furniture design, vintage fashion and dining options on the streets of East Sydney and Potts Point.
Each participating craft, furniture design and fashion store has been matched with a local bar or restaurant, who have created a menu of tasting dishes or a drink to compliment the stores aesthetic. Before dining instore, guests will listen to a short talk from each owner operator about the establishment of their store, the process of selection and their design favourites.
Australian Design Centre | Lankan Filling Station | Stylecraft | Toki | Grand Days | Dulcies | Skarfe | Kakawa
Wine matches by Brown Paper Wine.
Part of Sydney Craft Week and Good Food Month.
Join Karleene Green, Master Weaver as she introduces you to techniques passed down from generation to generation to give you the skills to construct your own weaved sea turtle to take home.
Held in the peaceful surrounds of the Yerrabingin Rooftop Garden with a Native ingredient afternoon tea included, this will be a special afternoon full of yarns, laughs and insights.
Book your tickets now to avoid missing out as places are limited.
Whats a good thing for, if not for taking to excess?
Set in 1960s Italy, Maury Yeston and Arthur Kopits Tony Award-winning musical Nine follows film director Guido Contini as he suffers a midlife crisis fueled by his crumbling marriage and a smattering of unsuccessful films.
His failure at the box office is mirrored in his life behind the silver screen - caught in a web of romantic entanglements, involving his wife, his mistress, his muse, and every girl in Venice.
Haunted by images and memories from his past and bereft of an idea for a new film, Guido watches as his reality blurs into fantasy. The women in his life emerge from the shadows of his mind to serenade, seduce or scold him.
Though his body is clearing 40, his mind is nearing 10. Guido must grow up if he is to recapture his creativity and save his marriage.
Nine is supported by USUs Bright Ideas program.
Artist Jane Theau was awarded the Australian Design Centre Award in the Seed Stitch Contemporary Textiles Awards in 2018.
Janes work Just shopping, always shopping will be shown in Object Space, a window gallery located in the window of the ADC Offices on William Street in Darlinghurst.
The Practice of Wayapa combines earth mindfulness and narrative meditation and movement in a series of 14 elements to teach participants the importance of connecting into the earth and nature for holistic wellness.
For non-Indigenous people, Wayapa will provide an opportunity to be immersed in culture to understand Connection to Country and Community, Aboriginal way.
For Indigenous people, Wayapa provides an easy way to reconnect with or to continue practicing culture every day while enjoying the holistic health benefits of it.
GIANTS is a feminist exploration of dress and adornment.
This exhibition challenges our social order that, still in 2019, often places women second to men and points out misogynistic behaviours that reinforce this order. GIANTS suggests dress as a universal, non-verbal and accessible language that can be used as a tool to subvert gender conditioning.
Just as large and powerful giants possess extraordinary powers, dress can communicate endless meaning. It allows the wearer to establish identity. It is an extension of self, a second-skin and provides physical and emotional protection. Dress can have powerful healing effects when we use it to modify our bodies. It is also an indicator of collective consciousness and a marker for change in our mass mental outlook.
The diversity of these hand-made wearables and sculptures relates to the multiplicity and complexity of womankind and are made from an assortment of readily available materials such as fibre, wire, recycled tyre inner tubes, yoga-mats and timber.
As a metaphor for breaking senseless social norms and shifting peoples mindsets these pieces were made using processes of destruction and reassembly. Bright colours and exaggerated proportions emphasise the significance of inhabiting space unapologetically in a social power structure that often demands meekness and compliance.
Through the personal and social meaning imbued in these hand-made objects, GIANTS suggests that social action and change can be achieved through simple means; from the simple act of dress, of putting something on the body.
The exhibition Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft / Prue Venables presents an outstanding body of work by one of Australias greatest artists working in clay.
Acclaimed ceramicist Prue Venables is the 9th artist in the Australian Design Centre series Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft.
It celebrates the achievements of Australias most iconic craft practitioners.
A series of solo exhibitions honour eminent and highly respected craftspeople, celebrating their mastery of skill, their achievements and contribution to Australian craft, and the unique place they occupy in the national design culture.
The images in this exhibition are inspired by meditations on the environment. Taking inspiration from colour, art and the natural world, we hope to convey the importance of the natural environment and its preciousness. It is now competing with the interests of the miners and developers. It needs our support. All life, including ours, depends on its wellbeing.
Opening 7pm Thursday 5 September
Would you like to be inspired, unleash your creative potential and improve your well-being? Then With One Voice Redfern choir is for you!
There are no auditions and no singing experience is necessary. age, race, religion, disability and disadvantage fade away. Families, professionals, students, seniors, migrants, refugeeseveryone is welcome.
With One Voice Redfern is led by Mary Kiani a highly skilled conductor, we meet weekly followed by supper.
Choir is a great place to find your voice, find friends, de-stress, build well-being and confidence, learn new skills and connect to your community. Participation is by tax-deductible donation.
Simply come along and you will be warmly welcomed.
Come along and enjoy a healthy 3 course meal at the Reginald Murphy Community Centre.
We have a team of wonderful volunteers that make lunches during the week. Everyone is welcome!
Connect with community members and feel free to bring a friend along.
Community transport is available upon request.
Arrive early or give us a call on 02 8374 6310 to let us know you are coming.
If you are living with disabilities, weight challenges, inflexibility, or simply cannot get on the floor for whatever reason, you can still benefit from a practice of yoga on a chair.Then, Chair Yoga is perfect for YOU!
Why Chair Yoga?
The chair replaces the yoga mat and becomes an extension of your body allowing you to take full advantage of yogas amazing fitness and health potential. Even if you are in a wheelchair, you can receive the many benefits of chair yoga - all asanas are adapted to the chair which means every BODY can experience the integration of body, mind, and spirit that is Chair Yoga
What do I wear?
Wear loose clothes that are easy to move in. You can wear sneakers or bare feet.
Join our joyful Spanish speaking group and meet new friends!
Why stay at home if you can a have a great time speaking in your own language?
Unete a nuestro grupo de habla hispana y conoce nuevos amigos!
Por que quedarte en casa, si puedes pasar un rato divertido hablando en tu idioma?
Te esperamos todos los lunes!
Players meet every week for this old time favourite game.
We welcome you to experience the programs and activities available for International Day of People with Disability.
Were committed to making Sydney truly inclusive and welcoming.
Every Monday at Ultimo Community Centre, a volunteer-run traditional Chinese folk dancing class is available for older adults.
If youre interested in learning this artform, come along and have a go.