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Apply now: subsidised studio space at William Street Creative Hub Support for arts and culture

Apply now: subsidised studio space at William Street Creative Hub

Applications open for subsidised studio space in Darlinghurst.

Take note: Tom Bass Sculpture School and City of Sydney scholarship deadlines Support for arts and culture

Take note: Tom Bass Sculpture School and City of Sydney scholarship deadlines

The Tom Bass Sculpture School offers up to 2 full scholarships per 10 week term for its sculpture workshop course.

Sydney Rides photo exhibition: stories behind the images Cultural and creative life

Sydney Rides photo exhibition: stories behind the images

Amateur and professional photographers can feature in the exhibition at Paddington Reservoir Gardens.

In pictures: Artist Georgia Hill brings her geometric punch to the KGV Recreation Centre Cultural and creative life

In pictures: Artist Georgia Hill brings her geometric punch to the KGV Recreation Centre

Stage 1 is dry. Stage 2 gets taped, brushed and rolled in July.

Homage to Hollywood: Classic pub turns a Vivid shade of glitter Cultural and creative life

Homage to Hollywood: Classic pub turns a Vivid shade of glitter

Learn the secrets of Surry Hills’ Hollywood Hotel as part of the Vivid X|Celerate program.

Oxford Art Factory kicks off new art series with Rosie Deacon Support for arts and culture

Oxford Art Factory kicks off new art series with Rosie Deacon

The highly acclaimed artist has set up shop at art space, The Cube.

The literacy program changing children’s lives Support for arts and culture

The literacy program changing children’s lives

Local kids are writing their own stories of success thanks to a creative writing and literacy program in Woolloomooloo.

The many eras of Dyuralya Square Our history and heritage

The many eras of Dyuralya Square

Trace the history through wetlands, industry and market gardens.

Blasting colour: See the evolution of Ash Keating’s first outdoor mural project in Sydney Cultural and creative life

Blasting colour: See the evolution of Ash Keating’s first outdoor mural project in Sydney

‘Gravity System Response’ transforms a bland corner of Sydney into a colourful abstraction.

Sydney past and present in 13 glorious maps Our history and heritage

Sydney past and present in 13 glorious maps

From finding an easy bike route to tracking sharks, maps continue to be popular and important. Find the hidden detail in these representations of Sydney.

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