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Community Bill 15th October – 22th October

This weekly community gig guide is proudly sponsored by the City of Sydney’s Plan for the future – Sydney 2030 – making our city more green, global and connected.

Antenna Documentary Film Festival

Antenna Documentary Film Festival comes back for its fourth year.
There, you have the possibility to watch a selection of the best documentaries from Australia and all around the world, to meet people from this industry, international guests...

When: Between Tuesday 14 October and Sunday 19 October from 18.00 to 22.00

Where: Palace Verona – 17 Oxford Street, Paddington
Chauvel Cinema – 249 Oxford St, Paddington (Cnr Oxford St & Oatley Rd)

How much: Adult: $18
Senior $15

Night Noodle Markets

If it’s Good Food Month, it must be time for the Night Noodle Markets! With all the colour, sounds and smells of an Asian hawker market plus the buzz, hype and vibe of a huge outdoor festival, the Night Noodle Markets is back for 2014 with a record 50 food stalls across Hyde Park.

When: Friday 10 October and Sunday 26 October

Where: Hyde Park, Hyde Park (bounded by College, Elizabeth & Liverpool Streets) Sydney 2000

How much : Free entry

Obscura / Byron Perry

A new dance solo work by Australian choreographer and performer Byron Perry, Obscura delves into the processes of life and the mechanisms we use to interpret, communicate and make sense of our world.
Presented within a large-scale camera obscura, Perry’s physical exploration brings together natural light and live streams of audio from the surrounding environment to create a unique and unfamiliar performance experience. Multi-award-winning choreographer and performer Byron Perry is Associate Director of Force Majeure.

Join Obscura artists Byron Perry and Luke Smiles in conversation about their collaborative process on this work, Saturday 18 October, 11am. Free to attend, book online

When: Between Tuesday 14 October and Saturday 18 October
1pm & 3pm each day

Where: Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street Corner of Codrington Street Eveleigh 2042

How much: Adult: $35

Visions of Utopia Postcard Workshop

This event will be a fun, exploratory mix of dreaming through images, conversation and art making. This workshop would suit people looking for an afternoon of creative play. No special skills or art experience needed. Beginners welcome in this encouraging and supportive workshop environment.
What is included in the fee.

All art making materials provided. Tea and coffee provided.

When: On Saturday 18 October from 13.00 to 16.00

Where: Glebe Town Hall, Art Hub, 160 St Johns Road Glebe, NSW 2037 Australia GLEBE 2037

How much: $50

A Sydney festival of mega proportions to tackle urbanism

With large-scale urban projects underway and more in the pipeline in prime locations along Sydney’s harbour foreshore, Sydneysiders have got the right to ask what should its city look like and offer its people in the future. The University of Sydney will stage the first Festival of Urbanism from Wednesday 15 October to start a broader public conversation on how to better plan Sydney for the future.

When: Between Wednesday 15 October and Thursday 06 November from 09.00 to 17.00

Where: The University of Sydney, 148 City Rd Darlington NSW 2006 2006

How much: Free

Japanese Film Festival Classics

After the Italian Film festival, it is now time to discover japanese movies!

These are movies angling away from phallocentric samurai tales and instead focusing on Japanese women, and feature some of the best films to ever hail from Japan. And as usual at the Domain Theatre, they’re absolutely free! Seating limited, so arrive up to 30 minutes ahead to secure seats.

When: Between Wednesday 15 October and Sunday 26 October, Screening on Wednesdays (2pm & 7.15pm), Saturdays and Sundays (2pm only).

Where: Art Gallery of NSW, Art Gallery Road The Domain Sydney 2000

How much: Free

Family art tours

These tours are designed for families to enjoy together, so come along with your child, grandchild, niece or nephew.

Suitable for children aged eight years and over.

Saturday 25 October 2014 2:30pm – 3:30pm
What makes art ‘art’?
Can anything be art? Or is it something special that artists do? Explore the Gallery’s collection and get ready for some fun and surprising answers.

When: Saturday 25 October from 14.30 to 15.30

Where: Art Gallery of NSW, Art Gallery Road The Domain Sydney 2000

How much: Member: $15
Non-Member: $20

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