Sculpture

7 posts in Sculpture

A welcome last post for historic digger statue Our history and heritage

A welcome last post for historic digger statue

A much-loved World War I digger statue has returned to its home in Glebe’s Harold Park after 60 years.

Sydney’s streets and civic spaces bear witness to World War I Our history and heritage

Sydney’s streets and civic spaces bear witness to World War I

You’ll be surprised how many traces can be found in the fabric of our city.

The best places to see artworks at night in Sydney Cultural and creative life

The best places to see artworks at night in Sydney

Some of Sydney’s most inspiring art comes come to life when darkness falls. Venture into the neighbourhoods to discover the places that locals love.

What to do on your lunch break in Sydney Things to do

What to do on your lunch break in Sydney

Return to the office refreshed and refocused with these activities that will make you feel like you’ve had a proper break.

Living sculpture honours the natural world in Green Square Cultural and creative life

Living sculpture honours the natural world in Green Square

An artwork to last more than 100 years

Chinatown upgrade Better streets and spaces

Chinatown upgrade

Thomas Street in Haymarket has been transformed with an enhanced walkway and public space

Why 7 giant bullets in Hyde Park are an important part of our military’s history Cultural and creative life

Why 7 giant bullets in Hyde Park are an important part of our military’s history

Dramatic sculpture in Hyde Park commemorates Aboriginal service men and women

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