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Community Billboard 9 December – 16 December

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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.

Spiders : Alive and Deadly

Overcome your fears and get closer to over 400 real spider specimens including live tarantulas, giant water spiders, and deadly funnel-webs, during that incredible exhibition at the Australian Museum. See real Museum scientists milking spiders at the Venom Lab, and experience creepy crawly full-body Augmented Reality experiences at this interactive family exhibition.

National Art School Graduate Exhibition

Discover the very best emerging talent from students completing the Bachelor of Fine Art at the National Art School of Sydney. The exhibition showcases cutting edge contemporary artworks from students working across ceramics, drawing, painting, photomedia, printmaking and sculpture, as well as a comprehensive studio show with hundreds of works located throughout the School’s historic sandstone campus.

The Finders Keepers Markets

Expect to buy incredible pieces by amazing makers from Sydney, as well as treasured favourites from all around Australia at The Finders Keepers Market. With dedicated food and beverage stalls, live music, two bars, two coffee carts, and food trucks, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Don't miss that event taking place this week end at the Australian Technology Park.

The Shadow Box at the Old Fitz Theatre

Dino Dimitriadis, in association with Red Line Productions, presents The Shadow Box by Michael Cristofer at the Old Fitz Theatre.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play, this compelling dramatic triptych follows 3 terminal cancer patients who dwell in separate cottages on the grounds of a hospital. This week end is your last chance to see that moving play, a must see.

Another Country

Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney (STICS) brings an amazing and insightful documentary to Sydney and offers a unique discussion with the director and local Aboriginal academics exploring the state of Human Rights for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in the Norther Territories. Another Country David Gulpilil explores the impact that successive government policies have had on him and his community. A documentary you'll have the chance to see at the Redfern Community Centre to rethink you're link and the situation of the first inhabitants of Australia.

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