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The Twilight at Taronga 2015 line-up ...

by on 29/10/2014 - 08:22 am
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The Twilight at Taronga 2015 line-up is announced! Bernard Fanning, Belle & Sebastian, Paul Kelly, You Am I, Sarah Blasko, Anthony Callea, The Beautiful Girls, The Bamboos, Boys In The Band, Bjorn Again, Conor Oberst, Rufus Wainright, Dan Sultan, James Morrison Big Band, Something for Kate, Ross Wilson & Mental As Anything will perform at Taronga Zoo. Tickets go on sale this Friday at and proceeds support the Zoos’ work.

Have you spotted our pop art crates '...

by on 20/10/2014 - 07:17 am
Category: Latest News

Have you spotted our pop art crates 'popping' up around Sydney? Snap them on Instagram and tag @artgalleryofnsw and ‪#‎sydneygoespop‬ for your chance to win tickets to the opening night party of 'Pop to popism'.
Entry details here:

Night Noodle Market

by on 08/10/2014 - 08:22 am
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 The Night Noodle Markets is back for 2014 with a record 50 food stalls across Hyde Park.
New to the markets this year are China Republic, Harajuku Gyoza and Melbourne hit eatery, Wonderbao.
And all the old favourites are back too, including Mamak, Longrain, Din Tai Fung and New Shanghai.
Hyde Park, Sydney
October 10 – 26
Mon – Tue 5pm – 9pmWednesday 5pm – 10pmThursday – Fri 5pm – 11pmSaturday 4pm-10pmSunday 4pm – 9pm
FREE entry!
To find out more click here.

Manly Jazz just keeps getting bigger ...

by on 06/10/2014 - 08:13 am
Category: Latest News

Sadley it's the last day of the Manly Jazz Festival. If you haven't yet been make sure you get yourself down there today!

Jazz is at the core of almost all modern music so at Manly Jazz we aim to celebrate many music styles while still cherishing the purist forms of jazz from which this festival was born. So even if jazz isn't your thing, you're bound to find something that appeals.
Find out more here >>

Pop to Popism - Art Gallery of NSW

by on 03/10/2014 - 02:40 pm
Category: Latest News

Where did pop art come from? Who won the post-war pop youth revolt?

And how were women represented? Come along to our 'Pop to popism' lecture series and learn more about the period in which pop art exploded onto the cultural scene.

Starts 12 October