Walsh Bay arts precinct to benefit from State budget's $147 million redevelopment











 
 
 

Image credit:  nearmap.com via Daily Telegraph

The Walsh Bay arts precinct is set to benefit from the 2016-2017 budget with over $147 million allocated to various projects. 

Chivas Lodge on the Pier

Monday 25th of July: Pier One invites Walsh Bay residents to Chivas Lodge on the Pier. Stop by for a cheeky drink and nibbles on Monday night! 

Where: Pier One Sydney Harbour, 11 Hickson Road.
Date: Monday 25th of July 2016
Hours: 6:00pm - 8:00pm 

Vermilion Art presents Foreshadow

Next month: Vermilion Art presents Foreshadow, an exhibition by three established Australian Chinese artists Guan Wei, Tianli Zu and Yang Xifa. The three artists share a cultural heritage and each of them are, in separate ways, envisaging the future. They experiment with different media and forms and yet retain a Chinese sensibility.
 
Details
Vermilion Art
5/16 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
Open Tues-Sat 11am-7pm
Foreshadow runs 5th August – 10th September 2016
 

 

                                 Image credit: M. Schofield

Artwork: Margaret Sampson The Grove.

Sculpture at Barangaroo

Next month: Sculpture at Barangaroo, to be held at Harbour foreshore park, Barangaroo Reserve, from 6-21 August 2016. 
Image credit: Sydney Light Rail

Works update from Sydney Light Rail

UPDATE: Major light rail construction will extend from Circular Quay to Chinatown from tonight, enabling Sydneysiders to picture the future of George Street with vehicles permanently removed from outside Town Hall.
 
The beginning of construction on George Street between Park and Bathurst streets (zone 7) and from Bathurst to Liverpool streets (zone 8) will mean George Street is closed from Circular Quay to Liverpool Street.
 
Image credit: James Green

Sydney Theatre Company presents The Hanging


Sydney Theatre Company presents The Hanging by Angela Between.

The Hanging by STC’s 2014 Patrick White Fellow, Angela Betzien, receives its world premiere at Sydney Theatre Company (STC) from 28 July to 10 September 2016. STC Resident Director Sarah Goodes and Resident Designer Elizabeth Gadsby are at the helm following their recent success with STC’s Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar. 
 
The Hanging explores the Australian gothic motif of lost children and loss of innocence in a vast, uncompromising landscape. Three teenage girls have disappeared. When one of them, Iris (Cummings), is found and the police investigation led by Detective David Flint (Carroll) intensifies, she has no recall of what has occurred. Her teacher, Ms Corrossi, (Lemon) is enlisted to get to the core of the girl’s confusion and anxiety, in a cat and mouse game where everyone has something to lose.

Where: Wharf 1 Theatre, The Wharf, Pier 4/5 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
Date: 28 July – 10 September.
Opening Night: Tuesday 2 August at 8.00pm
 
 

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