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A major site-specific installation at Hyde Park Barracks.
Experience the virtuosity of professional skating, BMX, parkour and dance interacting in a way never seen before. DEMO is a high intensity performance that will leave you breathing on a different plane.
Are you a night owl, insomniac, shift-worker, new parent, dreamer, stargazer or sleepwalker?
Small in stature but big on heart, Sydney’s youngest photographers have been busy snapping their perspective of Sydney.
Take a journey through fire and serenity with this year’s Australian Life photography prize finalists.
Produced by Art & About Sydney and the Australian Design Centre
Ash Keating transforms a non-descript corner of Sydney into an energising, colourful abstraction.
Sydney-based creative studio Mundane Matters transforms ocean plastic into a delicate, beguiling, and thought-provoking art installation.
Peer into a side of Australian life that you have never encountered. Or perhaps you encounter every day.
Get a children’s-eye view on Sydney.
You can get anything you want in our consumption-fuelled society, except the stuff we increasingly need: bravery, connection, calm, purpose. Until now!
An aerial theatre show combining vertical performance and b-boy dancing.
An installation of sculpture and sound by French-Albanian artist Anri Sala that transforms the Observatory Hill Rotunda.
An outdoor gallery revealing how kids see Sydney.
22 thought-provoking photographs that look beyond the usual images of our country to reveal new insights into our identity.
#WeLiveHere2017 is a community-led art project.
A vertical dance performance.
Between fake news and fact checking, the truth has never been more contested. Step inside The Truth Booth and add your voice to a global conversation on truth.
All the bouncing and bendy details of these performances will be revealed early in 2017.
Feel what it might be like to step inside a dazzling rainbow.
NICK CAVE: HEARD·SYD is an intricate and spectacular series of public performances from one of the most important artists of his generation, American Nick…
Kings Cross is a state of mind. No boundaries to its name, no limits to its life. But half a century later, has the Cross been crossed out?
Terraced is a multi-part photographic installation within Sydney’s CBD.
A multi-wall landscape mural tucked away amidst dense Sydney streets.
An epic new urban dance work from Shaun Parker & Company that takes place live on the city streets.
The Blue Trees is an environmental art installation by Egyptian-born Australian artist, Konstantin Dimopoulos.
Inspired by Ridley Scott’s 1982 masterpiece Blade Runner, More Human Than Human sees a dystopian inner-city car park transform into a futuristic playground.
H2O: Water Bar is a laboratory-style installation that allows you to sample water sourced from various diverse regions in Australia.
City Walls is a series of surprise street art projects brought to you by Art & About Sydney.
City Walls is a series of surprise street art projects brought to you by Art & About Sydney and Elliott Routledge of Funstudio.
The Deep End is an outdoor cinema “screaming” that’s perfect for Sydney in summer.
Games + Actions (for a Quiet City) is a series of immersive public performances featuring ambient masses of volunteers playing identical instruments.
Near Kin Kin is a soaring 21-metre bamboo sculpture, standing on the forecourt of historic Customs House Square.
Top5Feet is inspired by the reservoir’s original purpose to provide water to parts of Sydney in the late 1880s.
Squeezing brightly clothed people into nooks and crannies, artist Willi Dorner plays with our perceptions of space.
A mural reminding us to slow down and smell the roses.
Created by Lenine Bourke Tours devised and led by children in Kings Cross and Redfern.
Us is a public art project that consists of a temporary outdoor photo studio. People passing by are invited to be part of a formal group photo with fellow…
Part dance. Part spectacle. Part ballet. Five shopping trolleys appear in a public space
Hyde Park south is home to an urban camp with one eye on the digital age and the other on a more nomadic past. Glowing tipis covered in LED art, film, sound,…
Eamon Donnelly captures Australia’s disappearing milk bars on camera.
Turn off the TV. Shut down the computer.
We see them every day – the “Walking Man” that tells us it’s safe to cross. It’s an international celebrity, a graphic sign that transcends all…
Giant, colourful and funky, these brightly hued snails are not your common garden variety.
Immerse yourself in the surreal and intriguing as you wander through a large field of mirrors reflecting constantly changing scenes of Hyde Park.
Join us on the concourse of Central Station, home to a large-scale model railway, and play as you create a new identity for yourself in an imaginary town.
Step inside this ordinary house where rain pours inside its walls, slowly destroying the private world within.
Every landscape hides countless untold stories… As night descends, the giant trees in Hyde Park South are illuminated.
Tsunami is a gigantic aerial net installation by acclaimed American artist Janet Echelman.
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