Community Billboard 5th June – 12th June
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.
Jazz and Soul: Mamasan Bondi
Join us at Mamasan Bondi every Wednesday night for jazz and soul.
From Tom Misch to Jordan Rakei, Etta James to Erykah Badu, Moonchild to Gregory Porter – we’ve got you covered.
Hosted by Sam Weiss (sax/keys), Oscar Gross (guitar/keys/bass), Ben Feher (guitar) and Rob Feher (bass) with a special guest vocalist weekly.
Asian fusion food and an awesome range of drinks.
$20 dumplings with beer or wine special.
Wednesdays, 7pm to 11pm
Wednesday 2 May to Wednesday 25 July 2018
Mamasan Bondi, Beach Road, Bondi Beach NSW, Australia
The Holocaust and Human Rights
The Holocaust and Human Rights outlines human rights achievements and challenges, and focuses on some of the key human rights issues facing Australia today.
The exhibition uses interactive media and new digital technologies to explore local issues. Learn more about the rights of refugees and asylum seekers, people with disability, Indigenous peoples and LGBTIQ+ communities. This is one of the first permanent human rights exhibitions to open in a museum in Australia.
Mondays to Thursdays and Sundays, 10am to 4pm
Fridays, 10am to 3pm
Saturdays, all day
Friday 16 February to Monday 31 December 2018
Sydney Jewish Museum
148 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst
Children (under 10): $9.00
Family (2 adults, 2 children): $32.00
Peter Drew: Real Australian
What does it mean to be a ‘real Australian’ in an age of globalised citizenship? Individual and collective identity are now moderated by economic, political, religious and cultural influences. Adelaide-based artist, Peter Drew, was inspired by the second verse of Advance Australia Fair to consider the nation’s approach to multiculturalism.
Delving into the archives of state and national cultural collections, Drew revitalises the histories of Australia’s enduring ethnic diversity during the era of White Australia policies. Reproducing official government photographs as screen printed posters, the aesthetics and techniques of his street art melds past and present.
Peter Drew is a printmaker, street artist and filmmaker. After studying philosophy, psychology and art history at the University of Adelaide he completed a Master’s Degree at the Glasgow School of Art. Drew’s public art, although posted anonymously, has gained him notoriety. He was the winner of the 2016 Governor’s Multicultural Award and a finalist for Australian of the Year, 2016. His prints are held in state and national cultural collections, including Art Gallery of South Australia, the National Gallery of Australia and the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences. The most prominent display of his work can be seen on city streets and rural areas across Australia.Weekdays, 10am to 7pm
Weekends, 11am to 4pm
Wednesday 30 May to Sunday 28 October 2018
31 Alfred Street, Sydney
Celebrate All Things Salsa
Join DJ Willie Sabor and amigos as they provide the sexiest Latin beats with live percussion.
Plus complimentary Salsa lessons from 8pm!
$12 Mojitos available all night.
Tuesdays, 8pm to 10pm
Tuesday 17 April to Tuesday 18 December 2018
Establishment Bar, George Street, Sydney NSW, Australia
Based on oral storytelling, silences and the spaces in between, deep listening is a First Peoples practice to develop respect and community building.
The state-of-the-art Blak Box surround-sound space has been purposely designed by globally-renowned architect Kevin O’Brien. The harbourside pavilion will be filled with a powerful suite of newly commissioned sound works carefully curated by Daniel Browning, presenter of Awaye! on ABC RN. The works bring together a moving range of contemporary First Peoples voices to respond to the past, present and future of the Barangaroo site.
The premiere of Blak Box offers audiences a vantage point for a wider exploration of the First People’s relationship with their waters. This is shared through that most compelling and fleeting artefact of human consciousness – sound. The Urban Theatre Projects Blak Box program is titled humechochorus (hum echo chorus) inspired by the history of the Barangaroo headland, comprising interviews, original music and spoken word performances.
Supported by Barangaroo Development Authority.
There is a mix of 30 minute and 60 minute sessions.
Guests must arrive 20 minutes prior to their session.
Latecomers will not be admitted.
Mondays to Saturdays, 5.30pm to 9pm
Sundays, 2.30pm to 6pm
Saturday 2 June to Sunday 24 June 2018
Except Monday 4 June, Queen's Birthday and Monday 18 June
Stargazer Lawn, Hickson Rd, Barangaroo NSW 2000, Australia