First Nations Culture At The Australian Museum

This January, the Australian Museum is offering Sydneysiders the opportunity to reflect and connect with First Nations cultures through a series of special events, alongside the award-winning First Nations led exhibition, Unsettled.  Throughout January visitors to the museum will be able to take in free First Nations film screenings on January 26, guided tours of […]

New Gallery Brings Life to Inner Sydney

Beginning on Friday, January 28 a vibrant new Surry Hills gallery will present exhibitions, artist talk dinners, music and life drawing sessions each and every week. Guy Morgan, the well-known, award-winning local artist with multiple hangings in Australian art exhibitions including the Archibald Prize - opened his 531 Crown Street Gallery last year. Now that […]

All About Women Festival announces full program for 2022

The Opera House’s annual centrepiece feminist festival has announced the program for its 10th anniversary, taking place between March 12-13, 2022. Marking the week of International Women’s Day, the program includes an outstanding line-up of international and Australian artists, thinkers and storytellers including Roxane Gay, Nakkiah Lui, Grace Tame, Rosie Batty, Laura Tingle, Clementine Ford, Aileen […]

Martin Place Christmas Tree Turns 50

The Martin Place Christmas tree turns 50 this year, fulfilling its role as the centrepiece of the City of Sydney’s Christmas decorations for half a century. Lord Mayor Clover Moore said the tree occupies a special place in the hearts of Sydneysiders. “People love the Martin Place tree, the tallest Christmas tree in New South […]

Wonderdome Immerses Audiences In Film

Here is a new way to watch a movie: sitting on sustainable beanbags, looking up at a dome with immersive 360-degree views and sound of cinematic weirdness. This newish technology is an emerging one landing in Sydney, through ongoing collaborations from Byron Bay to Burning Man. At the launch party for Wonderdome at the Entertainment […]

New Years Eve Event Guide – Sydney 2021/22

Thankfully it's looking likely that we will all be able to bid good riddance to 2021 with a proper New Years Eve celebration, unlike last year - obviously pending the impact of Omicron. So the team here at City Hub have taken some time this week to find some of the best events for you […]

A BBQ To Remember

BY JARROD WOLFHUNTER Anthony 'Harries' Carroll is Australia’s favourite Bondi Rescue Lifesaver. Harries has teamed up with Swiss 8 – a Veteran-led mental health charity – as an ambassador to their latest mental health campaign – A BBQ To Remember. Swiss 8 is a health promotion charity, founded by combat veterans to build proactive mental […]

Sydney Fireworks to fizz this year, rocking local election campaigns

BY LUCINDA GARBUTT-YOUNG Despite Sydney being weeks away from reopening, this year’s 9pm fireworks have been canned. It is the second time the city will be going digital for the family event.  The City of Sydney Council has been concerned about the large crowds the fireworks generate. Before cancellation, this year’s event was set to […]

Sculpture By The Sea Cancelled, Again

For the second year running Bondi's iconic Sculpture By The Sea event has cancelled. Organisers of the event which would historically draw up to 500,000 people to the two-kilometre coastal stretch from Bondi to Tamarama have sighted the ongoing COVID-19 delta outbreak as the reason behind their decision. In a statement the organisers conceded that […]

Online arts workshop set to help Sydney unlock creativity

By Lucinda Garbutt-Young The online-based arts organisation, The Art of Flow, is offering a Five Day Creative Adventure Workshop later this month. Run by artist Gabbi Lancaster, the program seeks to unlock artistic flow in even the most skeptical of participants.  Lancaster has been teaching arts programs to children and adults for 15 years. Online […]