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Ever wondered how Sydney looks from a child’s view?

The finalists in this year’s Little Sydney Lives are here to show us.

Aged 11 and under, these photographers may be small in stature but they’re certainly not small in talent. With delightful images that capture Sydney from their own unique perspective, Little Sydney Lives gives us all a fascinating take on our city.

 

Special Performance 21 September

Join us Saturday 21 September for a FREE outdoor pop-up performance by the Sydney Youth Orchestra in Sandringham Gardens, Hyde Park North to celebrate the launch of Art & About Sydney and Little Sydney Lives.

Winners of the 2013 Little Sydney Lives Photography Exhibition

8-11 Years:  Mia Frater -The Sydney House Face

Image Credit: I had just come out of the Horrible Histories show when I looked up and saw this face on the side of the Opera House

3-7 Years:  Freddie Payne – Climbing

Image Credit: People climbing trees in Centennial Park.

 Little Sydney Lives 2013 Finalists

Winner of the 2013 Little Sydney Lives Photography Exhibition 3-7 years - Freddie Payne Age 7 | Climbing | People climbing trees in Centennial Park (detail)
Ivy Casdagli Age 9 | Sugar Rush | I love to watch birds sneak sugar from the Art Gallery café (detail)
Jasmine Black Age 7 | My Brother on the Ferry | Taking a ferry into the city I capture my brother peeking his head over the rails looking at the Harbour Bridge  (detail)
Sam Bargwanna Age 9 | Sam’s Sydney  Sand Surfing | I took this selfie on our GoPro  to show how much fun I was having on the beach in Sydney  (detail)
Arki Ho-Coles Age 7 | Benjamin visits Redfern | Skate boarding in Little Young Street is the best  (detail)
Ben Kittle Age 11 | Girl in sky | A girl on the lifeguard tower at Manly beach. I like the angle of the photo; it looks like she is in the sky  (detail)
Winner of the 2013 Little Sydney Lives Photography Exhibition 8-11 years - Mia Frater Age 8 | The Sydney Opera House Face | I had just come out of the Horrible Histories show when I looked up and saw this face on the side of the Opera House (detail)
Lucian Coveney Age 4 | Lucian by Lucian | A self-portrait I took at home. I love how the camera makes my eyes and head a funny shape! (detail)
Bailey Cox Age 11 | Bondi Bugs | Christmas in July at Bondi (detail)
Amelie Tressel Age 9 | Scooby Doo and the mystery of the pink lady apple | My friend’s little brother was playing with Scooby Doo toys. I asked if I could borrow some to make them a new home in the fruit bowl (detail)
Sudenaz Kiran Age 7 | Sweet Spot | This candy bar really hit the sweet spot at my brothers birthday party  (detail)
Kiara Mok Age 6 | Can you find my little sister please?| It was my sister’s second birthday. She got up early in the morning and played in the toy room. I looked everywhere for her to give her a birthday surprise. There she is!  (detail)
Liam Jones Age 11 | Underwater | Breathing out underwater  (detail)
Isabella Monro Age 8 | The Big Fig Tree | My sister loves playing with the big fig tree at Observatory Hill  (detail)
Cooper McKnight Age 3 | My little sister Bronte and Mum at Henson Park | Spending our afternoons at Henson Park, the home ground of the Newtown Jets (detail)
Scarlett Quain Age 7 | Train to Gnomewhere | Gnomes are funny statues people put in their gardens to make them smile  (detail)
Tilly Christie Age 11 | Oldies in love | Two lovely old people were going in for a dip. The man was especially caring towards the lady helping her stay upright and safe. They were two very in love oldies…(detail)
Theodore Wilkins Age 5 | Time to go home | This photo is of Theodore’s little brother, tired - out after Mother’s Day lunch at the MCA café (detail)
Nina Siu Age 7 | Breakfast | My little sister is always hungry and trying to help Mummy but mostly she makes everything take longer (detail)
Blake Hunter Age 10 | The Luddenham twister | The cloudy end of the world  (detail)

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