Community Billboard 2 December – 9 December
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.
Palestinian Film Festival
The Palestinian Film Festival is back to shine light on Palestinian perspectives from around the world. Eight films and nine shorts including award-winning features and documentaries will screen in Sydney, offering an unmissable chance to discover Palestine's culture. After one month of screening, grab your last chance to attend to the festival for its last week end.
Blak Markets at Barangaroo
Head to Barangaroo for markets, tours, music and dance performances showcasing Aboriginal arts and culture. Twenty-five stalls will line Nawi Cove – the area directly in front of the Cutaway – with items for sale ranging from handmade jewellery to bush foods. You'll also have the chance to attend to an outdoor cooking demonstration by Indigenous chef Clayton Donovan, and enjoy a live performance by singer-songwriter Marcus Corowa and traditional storytelling with Tucky Cooley.
2016 NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Emerging)
With a 100-year history, the NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Emerging) is a key exhibition for profiling the dynamism and breadth of emerging contemporary artistic practice in NSW. It continues to define new generations of contemporary art practice for both artists and audiences. Don't miss that chance to discover the work of twelve of Australia's most talented artists in that exhibition hold at Artspace Visual Arts Centre in Woolloomooloo.
Learn about local men, women and even children whose lives were affected by World War I—their bravery, battles, heartaches and victories. To mark the centenary of Anzac, discover the history of The Rocks as a ‘garrison town’, plus some personal stories from World War I. The occasion to learn, remember, and think about a war that change the world forever.
In this dramatic new video installation, renowned German artist Julian Rosefeldt works with famed Australian actress Cate Blanchett to give new life to some of the most famous and provocative writings by artists of the modern era. Staging some of art history’s significant manifestos in unexpected roles and settings, Rosefeldt and Blanchett explore the power and urgency of these historical words in today’s world.