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NSW Government Pledges To Transform The Gunnery

The NSW Government has pledged $5 in funding to see The Gunnery in Woolloomooloo transformed into a state-of-the-art facility to showcase the incredible artists of the area. The significant investment will ensure the legacy of The Gunnery as a landmark and destination venue for visual art endures long into the future. It is also hoped […]

Children’s International Film Festival

The third Children’s International Film Festival (CHIFF) comes to Sydney with a selection of the finest children’s films sourced from the most prestigious children’s film festivals globally. After the socially inept year we’ve all had owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, families will be anticipating quality time out at the movies and this festival has a […]

Looped Festival

As we all become more aware of our impact on the environment there has been a desire by many to reduce our individual wastage and lessen our own contributions to landfill. This weekend an innovative new festival event will look to connect the environmentally conscious members of society with the change-makers who are shaking up […]

Beachside Beauty

By Rida Babar With surf and entertainment being at the core of Sydney’s much-loved Bondi, there is no shortage of festivals and art on display this summer. As the warmer months approach, artists are taking the opportunity to showcase their work in one of the most vibrant areas Sydney has to offer. The Wonderland Art […]

Casula Powerhouse Summer Season

On November 18 the Casula Powerhouse will re-emerge from a short hibernation for an explosive summer series of shows, workshops and prizes. Entering the main Turbine Hall visitors step across the Koori Floor, a public artwork by Judy Watson that has just undergone an extensive refurbishment. Gil Farla was a major emerging local artist and […]

Luke Close: Perspective at Boomalli

Obviously during NAIDOC week Aboriginal and Indigenous art is at the forefront of our minds. Luckily for residents of Sydney's inner west we don't have to travel too far to see some of this fantastic art thanks to the Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative in Leichhardt. Throughout the rest of November Boomalli will be hosting a […]

Broadway Celebrates NAIDOC Week

In a year where many Indigenous businesses have been severely impacted by COVID, Broadway Sydney is using its space to connect Indigenous designers from across the country with Sydneysiders during NAIDOC Week. “Broadway Sydney is in an incredibly unique position to provide established and emerging Indigenous artists and designers the opportunity to bring their work […]

Word Travels’ Story Week 2020 Goes Virtual

Miles Merrill is the artistic director of this simultaneous hook up event where musicians, poets and producers share their newest revelations. “Performance of narrative envelopes us in empathy and understanding. The spoken word is really the thread that keeps us all together," said Merril. Also the creator of Word Travels Story Week, Australia’s national poetry […]

BAD Crime Writers Festival

Seemingly everybody loves a good true crime podcast, but before the advent of podcasting crime stories - whether true crime or fiction - were conveyed in the written form. This weekend the State Library and the BAD Sydney Crime Writers Festival are joining forces to deliver the ultimate fix of crime writing. Over two jam-packed […]

A Lion Returns

This low budget controversial new Australian film, written and directed by Serhat Caradee, deserves many accolades and should be classified as mandatory viewing. Jamal is a Muslim who returns to Australia to visit his terminally ill mother. He’s regarded as a terrorist in Australia, disowned by his father for bringing much shame and misery to […]