Harmony Art Collective
Open your eyes, your mind, and your heart this March, when the Harmony Art Collective, a venture that took 12 months to create, officially opens in Sydney. This innovative national art project brought together over 300 young people (aged 15 to 24), many newly arrived in Australia, and teamed them with four of Australia’s most outstanding urban artists – Brad Eastman (aka Beastman), Regan Tamanui (aka Haha), Ben Frost, and Caffeine. At a series of eight dynamic workshops across the country they produced a collection of colourful large-scale artworks expressing their unique stories, self-identity and cultural heritage. It was a journey underpinned by positivity, unity and understanding for all involved. The Harmony Art Collective is an initiative created as part of Harmony Day on 21 March. A collaboration between SBS, the Department of Social Services and aMBUSH Gallery, the exhibition will open to the public on Wednesday 15 March and will run daily until 30 April 2017 at Darling Quarter’s outdoor exhibition space, OPEN. Admission free. For more information visit: www.sbs.com.au/learn www.harmony.gov.au and www.ambushgallery.com
Will you be joining the world this year for Earth Hour? Like we do each year, our Luminous lights will be turned off again to celebrate our beautiful planet!
SPECIAL OFFERS BY GELATTISIMO AT DARLING QUARTER
If you don’t believe “sharing is twice the fun” then you better get down to Gelattisimo at Darling Quarter for the special 2 Offers! See the flyer for details or visit the friendly staff.
DARLING QUARTER CELEBRATES ST. PATRICK’S DAY
Come to Darling Quarter and celebrate with us this St. Patrick’s Day on Friday 17th March. Our Luminous digital facade will be green for the night!