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posted 14/03/2018

Community Billboard 15th of March – 22nd of March

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

Tai Chi Beginners Class

Calm and focus your mind with the gentle movements of Taoist tai chi. Explore a way of health and vitality based in the Taoist tradition.

Join our new beginner classes!

Film Series: Cinema '68

Bringing together ten landmark films released in 1968, the latest Art Gallery of New South Wales film season showcases the singular visions of post-revolutionary Cuban cinema, Japanese nūberu bāgu, the Italian spaghetti western and more. Cinema ’68 offers a genre-spanning cross-section of a remarkable moment in time.

Lights On Later

On Wednesdays, the MCA keeps the Lights on Later.

Enjoy MCA exhibitions alongside hands-on activities and talks by MCA guides every Wednesday evening until 9pm.

Hear informal talks by curators, artists and other creative thinkers on curious, controversial and personal topics. Wander up to the Sculpture Terrace and wind down with live music, a glass of wine and a bite to eat at the MCA Cafe.

Discover the Peace of True Meditation

Guided meditations with simple techniques to help reduce stress and achieve the peace of true meditation. Tips on how to help stay in balance during the day and how to meditate at home.

Classes are suitable for both complete beginners and regular meditators. Join in at anytime, even if you’ve not attended before. No booking required.

Wang Lifeng: Archives of Longing

Vermilion Art presents Archives of Longing, the first solo exhibition of 2018 of renowned Beijing-based artist Wang Lifeng, curated by leading artist Guan Wei.

The images in the Archives of Longing make reference to the architecture, calligraphy and erotic art from the Ming dynasty. He uses the lens of history to interpret the present. Wang poetically combines collages of woodblocks, ink and mixed media and frames them in the form of an ancient Chinese book. His uniqueness lies in his ability to reimagine images from China’s past while simultaneously creating a new visual language.

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