Over recent years Walsh Bay has grown to become Sydney’s culture, art and entertainment hub. Today the precinct boasts the Walsh Bay Sculpture Walk, which includes works from Jimmie Durham’s head-turning Still Life With Stone and Car through to Phil Price's kinetic sculpture Tri .
Funded by Transfield, with works from its own collection, the sculptures have all been carefully chosen for their unique location in Walsh Bay. There are more sculptures planned in the near future.
Accessible Audio Tour
Accessible Arts, in partnership with the Transfield Foundation, developed an audio-described tour of the Walsh Bay Sculpture Walk. The Podcast aligns with the Transfield Foundation's commitment to supporting ground-braking arts organisations. The Podcast is a creative and organic expansion of the Sculpture Walk, increasing access to, and engagement with, the Transfield Sculpture collection.
The Podcast provides an educational resource for artists, art students and appreciators of art, as each sculpture provides an informed description co-written by curators and artists in collaboration with the Accessible Arts team.
Stop 1 - Still Life with Stone and Car (2004) (MP3 Download )
By Jimmie Durham
Stop 2 | Artwork (2004) (MP3 Download )
by Richard Tipping
Stop 3 | Three Sisters (1970) (MP3 Download )
by Gordon Andrews
Stop 4 | Into The Trees II (2010) (MP3 Download )
by Linda Bowden
Stop 5 | Red, Yellow and Blue (1985) (MP3 Download )
by Diego Latella
Stop 6 | Tri (2004) (MP3 Download )
by Phil Price
Stop 7 | The Change (1987) (MP3 Download )
by Michael Snape