An Aboriginal artist whose family has over 80 years of combined military service will create a public artwork for Hyde Park to honour the sacrifices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander service men and women. Tony Albert’s dramatic sculpture will feature four seven-metre-tall bullets and three large-scale fallen shells to represent the diggers who lost their lives.
Kira-lea Dargin has recently started work as advertising manager with the SSH. She took some time out this month for a quick chat about her career in media and business.
The Inner City Cadre Project is the result of collaboration between Mind Australia and St Vincent’s Hospital Inner City Health Program and supported by the Lord Mayor of Sydney’s Member of Parliament Salary Trust. The project has come to be known as a Mental Health Neighbourhood Watch.
Darryn Ansted’s Architectonic Paintings view the new Australian landscape as one of a deconstructed theatre set. This extends his recent examination of the ruinous post-industrial landscape of Leipzig in painting that again constructs a consciously renewed artifice with paint but this time braids recent architecture in Australia into folded and curved planes. Dr Ansted is the Head of Painting [...]
It turns out the windy corridor in Redfern Street, between Gibbons and Regent streets, has excellent acoustic properties.