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Community Billboard

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posted 02/04/2015

Community Billboard From 01st April to 07th April

City of Sydney 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


The Sydney Rides Business Challenge is a fun, free workplace competition to encourage bike riding in Sydney. Get the most workmates to ride a bike and win.
It’s all about participation. You only have to ride a bike for ten minutes or more. Ride wherever you feel comfortable and whenever you like between 23 March to 19 April 2015. Too easy!

When: Monday 23 March and Sunday 19 April
Where: Sydney Rides, Sydney-wide, Wherever and whenever you like!
Cost: Free


Tianli Zu is an artist trained in China and Australia. Her work embodies deep experience of both places and cultures. It is, though, neither commentary nor description, but living thing. Elemental synthesizes an expressive singularity that seemingly hosts all things natural and manufactured. Her forms contain and embody a series of boiling tensions and frissons that she marshals and conjures in objects of striking beauty.

When: Between Friday 20 March and Thursday 02 April from 10.00 to 17.00
Tuesday-Saturday, 20th March-2nd April
10am-1pm 2pm-5pm

Where: China Cultural Centre in Sydney, Level 1, 151 Castlereagh Street Sydney 2000

Cost: Free


In 2015, the artwork Yininmadyemi – thou didst let fall will be unveiled in Hyde Park south to honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service men and women. This display provides a context to the artwork by exploring the long history of Aboriginal people defending country and nation, both inside Australia and overseas.

When: Between Wednesday 11 March and Thursday 30 April

Where: Customs House Library, 31 Alfred Street Circular Quay 2000

Cost: Free


ARTEXPRESS 2015 brings together a selection of artworks produced by student artists in NSW.
This year the work of 37 students will be represented at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. For the first time, the Gallery will also collaborate with Google to publish 360-degree imagery of this year’s exhibition online, featuring commentary from a selection of young artists about their artworks. ‘Story Spheres’ will be accessible through the Gallery website and Google Cardboard.

When: Between Thursday 12 February and Sunday 19 April from 10.00 to 17.00

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

Cost: Free


Launching this spring, visitors will use their senses to explore the mysterious underwater world of Dugongs in the new Dugong Island at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium. The brand new experience allows guests to walk amongst an underwater shipwreck while admiring the only pair of Dugongs on display in the world!

When: Between Saturday 20 September and Sunday 20 September from 09.30 to 19.00
Last entry at 6pm

Where: Sydney Sea Life

Cost: Adult $40, Children $28


“This series of small paintings explores the unique urban landscape surrounding the Brenda May Gallery. I enjoy finding beauty in the everyday and immersing myself in a locality where traditional working class terraces, public housing towers and contemporary development produce surprising geometries animated by atmosphere and light. They were painted en plein-air and in the studio during the summer of 2014-15.” – Kevin McKay, 2014

When: Between Tuesday 17 March and Saturday 11 April from 11.00 to 18.00

Where: Brenda May Gallery, 2 Danks Street Waterloo 2017

Cost: Free

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