This summer immerse yourself in a magical imaginary world and rediscover the art of play at Future Park, presented by Toyota. Let your imagination run wild on a journey through make believe worlds, compose a symphony with light and movement, build a city and invent people and animals of the future. Created by Japanese art collective teamLab, Future Park takes visitors through eight transformative, interactive installations, each constantly evolving in real time and responding to human interaction. Visitors young and…Find out more »
Jon Campbell: MCA Collection and Word: MCA Collection showcase works from the Museum’s Collection that engage with language and text. Presented across the Level 1 South and North galleries, these works encompass painting, printmaking, sculpture, installation and video.Find out more »
Descend into Sydney’s seedy underworld in their new photographic exhibition exploring the dark side of the Roaring Twenties at Museum of Sydney.
Meet bosses, bruisers, plotters and petty crims in more than 100 candid and compelling NSW police mugshots taken between 1920 and 1930 unlike any found elsewhere in the world.
Accompanying the exhibition is the highly anticipated Underworld Mugshots from the Roaring Twenties publication and exciting line-up of talks, tours and more.
Style guides, design guides, pattern libraries, design systems….oh my! If you work in a government team, start-up or in the private sector and you are thinking about—or are currently creating/maintaining—a Design System, this meetup is for you. It provides an opportunity for those interested in the challenges of delivering Design Systems to exchange ideas and experiences. What does the big picture look like? How does it all fit together? The answers to those questions can often have different results—let’s get…Find out more »
Through inspiring keynote presentations and lively panel discussions, the Landscape Australia Conference will explore the dynamic role of landscape in the design, planning and management of gardens, cities and regions. SPEAKERS Chang Huai-yan, Salad Dressing, Singapore Yossapon Boonsom & Prapan Napawongdee, Shma, Thailand Megan Wraight, Wraight + Associates, New Zealand Jungyoon Kim, PARKKIM, South Korea John Lin, Rural Urban Framework, Hong Kong Shefali Balwani & Robert Verrijt, Architecture BRIO, India Elly Russell, Grant Associates, Singapore & United Kingdom Jillian Walliss,…Find out more »
The DIA will host an event with award winning graphic designers who will present their winning projects. It's an opportunity to hear from a variety of multi disciplinary designers, see their work and learn more about design processes and day to day life of a studio.Find out more »
Join Peter Gould and members from Zileej, a global innovation & design company, sharing their experiences designing products and brands for contemporary Muslim audiences.Find out more »
Pecha Kucha is back! As part of Sydney Design Festival 2018.Find out more »
The 2018 Biennale of Sydney, SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement, will draw on the concept of ‘superposition’ in quantum mechanics as a metaphor to link the notions of equilibrium and engagement, and provide us with insights into the world today. Artistic Director Mami Kataoka noted that: ‘we are surrounded by conflicting ideas across all levels of humanity: different cultures; readings of nature and the universe; political ideologies and systems of government; interpretations of human history, including the history of art and…Find out more »
Artist M.MORLEY | EDGEWAYS – The designer’s eye creates graphic compositions, which flaunt the way we have shaped our world in order to coexist. Oils on board. Original contemporary Australian art. SATELLITE & EDGEWAYS Art Exhibition Co-exhibiting with artist Natasha Kowalski, M.MORLEY has created a debut art collection for this 2018 series. Get out to this creative corner of the world; Sydney's the Northern Beaches and view artworks for sale. Open every day over the EASTER LONG WEEKEND. Also open…Find out more »