Events on 18 March 2023 - Page 6

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Shaped by the Sea

Discover stories of deep time Australia As an island nation, Australia has a unique relationship with the ocean. Over tens of thousands of years, the sea and our inland waters have shaped this continent and sustained…


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Eden Gardens Display Garden

Wonder through the award winning gardens and you start to get a feel for what a pleasure garden is all about. Unlike a botanical garden, this internationally recognised private garden is a place of fun and sharing. So…



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Christine Druitt Preston | Still A Stilled Life

Christine Druitt Preston's highly anticipated second solo exhibition at Artsite Contemporary is an exploration in ephemerality, rebirth, and normality.\A reinterpretation of the artist’s 2022 solo exhibition shown…


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Look Inside Textile Art Exhibition

Look Inside is the ATASDA NSW Biennial Exhibition of textile art.Exhibitors are required to work to the theme Look Inside, to create original art based on their own interpretation and development of ideas related to…



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I Talk Through My Art and My Art Talks Through Me

The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre is hosting a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition 2 March - 15 April: I Talk Through My Art and My Art Talks Through Me, curated by Jamie Eastwood which showcases the breathtaking work of…


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Parkrun x Medibank Road Trip

The Medibank x parkrun Road Trip will pop up at St Leonards Park, Ridge St, North Sydney at 8am, Saturday 18th March.The travelling Medibank Live Better Lounge, an outdoor space featuring umbrellas, seating, massages,…



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I Talk Through My Art and My Art Talks Through Me

From 2 March - 15 April 2023, The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre is hosting a FREE First Nations exhibition: ‘I Talk Through My Art and My Art Talks Through Me’, featuring over four decades of breath-taking…


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Hyde Park Barracks

A UNESCO World Heritage site in the heart of contemporary Sydney, the Hyde Park Barracks is an extraordinary record of the living legacy of colonial Australia. Originally built to house convicts, the Barracks also…


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