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Canon shows off top shots - 9 January and 14 January 2010 CarriageWorks
SYDNEY: Canon Australia has just announced that it will be holding the EOS Photo5 exhibition throughout January. The free exhibition will display almost 7,000 photos captured by photographers from its recent EOS Photo5 competition reports Grant Shepherd on .
Located in Coming Events
Civilising the Natives
An exhibition of paintings for sale by Gordon Syron, a Pioneer of Aboriginal Art. Open Tuesday to Friday 4:30 to 6:30pm. Other times by appointment with Gordon. ph 0421 031 392.
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Thinking Outside The Square: A Retrospective (1972-2010)
"I have been documenting people, places and events for over three decades. As an American emigrant from Bradenton, a small country town in Florida, I came to cosmopolitan Sydney in 1971, with fresh eyes" Over 200 black and white and colour carefully culled photographs, or perhaps they may even form ‘visual transcripts’, are being exhibited in the collection at the opening within a church setting, providing the exhibition with a sense of the sacred and surreal. Images are laid out on the church pews creating a sense of engagement, and are a metaphor for presenting people “where they sat”. Hours: Tue - Thur 4.30 to 6pm; Sun 9am to 12noon
Located in Coming Events
Abercrombie / Shepherd St Park Community Consultation
You are invited to have your say about the City’s planned renewal of Charles Kernan Park. The project is in the early design phase and Council wants your input. Initial design ideas will be on display at the community meeting which you can discuss with City staff. Your suggestions and feedback will help us finalise the design.
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Eora Festival Art Exhibition
Art Exhibition opening Thurs 20th Nov 12.30pm Sculpture, painting, prints, ceramics from emerging Indigenous art students.
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Eora Festival - Music
A concert of original songs and favourites performed by certificate and diploma music graduates
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‘The Strength of Women’
Aboriginal Women’s Art Exhibition Featuring: Shirley Amos, Bronwyn Bancroft, Jessica Birk, Euphemia Bostock, Tracey Bostock, Charmaine Davis, Joy Duncan, Danielle Gorogo, Kim Healy, May Hinch, Lee-Anne Hunter, Sally Morgan, Amberline Morgan, Carmel Richardson & other invited artists.
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Sydney Uni has responded to the 2011 Exhibition with a changed proposal which is now on exhibition. The Project Application is to develop a new educational precinct within the site bounded by Abercrombie Street, Codrington Street, Darlington Street and Golden Grove Street. Currently the Department website provides no details of when the proposal goes off exhibition.
Located in Other RW Issues / University of Sydney
The exhibition for the Sydney Metro City & Southwest - Chatswood to Sydenham project including Waterloo Station is on exhibition until 27 June 2016. You can make a submission at this link. You should indicate if you supoport or opppose the project and make your comments - such as its impact on the Waterloo public housing estate.
Located in Consultation Links
City Moves to new Village Hubs & Seeks Community Input
The City of Sydney Council has divided the City into 10 village Groups in line with the proposals first outlined in 2008 in the Council's 2030 Strategy. The new Redfern Street "village group" includes the suburbs of Chippendale, Darlington and Eveleigh as well as Redfern west of Chalmers Street / Redfern Oval, Waterloo north of McEvoy and west of young Street as well as Alexandria north of Buckland and Copeland Streets.
Located in Other Government Involvement in RW / City of Sydney / Sustainable Sydney 2030