Events on 5 February 2024 - Page 9

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The Mint

Formerly the ‘Rum Hospital’ – oldest surviving public building in Sydney’s CBDBuilt for a cost of 45,000 gallons of rum, The Mint is rich in history. It was originally part of Governor…


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Tap Gallery

  Since 1989, The TAP has grown to become Sydney's largest un-curated visual and performance arts venue. In that time we've helped a diverse spectrum of artists and performers showcase their talents, with notable…



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Gannon House Gallery

Gannon House Gallery is dedicated to Australian Arts and Crafts. It was built by Michael Gannon in the 1830's. Having sailed into Sydney Harbour on the convict ship 'Almorah', with his brother Hames. Michael commenced…


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Campbelltown Arts Centre

Permanent Collection Campbelltown Arts Centre’s permanent collection consists of more than 900 works of art, predominately contemporary in nature. Key focus collections include: Aboriginal and Torres Strait…



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Art Gallery of NSW

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is the leading museum of art in New South Wales and Sydney, and one of Australia's foremost cultural institutions.  …


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Museum of Contemporary Art

Welcome to the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA), Australia’s leading museum dedicated to exhibiting, collecting and interpreting the work of today’s artists. We celebrate the work of living…



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Telly Tuita

Campbelltown Arts Centre presents Telly Tuita: Tongpop’s Great Expectations, the first solo exhibition of Wellington-based visual artist Tuita in Australia.Telly Tuita’s childhood memories in Tonga are a…


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Westpac OpenAir Cinema 2024

After weeks of dropping hints,?Westpac OpenAir?has today answered our pleas by revealing their full 2024 film program. Screening the pick of current and recent releases, as well as the most-anticipated movies of 2024…


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