‘One of the things that shaped my life was being involved with biennales’ Today we meet Dr #DickQuan, who has generously supported the Biennale since 2008. Dr Quan is a director at #HoldsworthHouseMedicalPractice and a highly respected collector of contemporary art, traveling extensively to biennales and art fairs globally. His passion and enthusiasm for artists, developing audiences and support for the arts in Australia is truly infectious. We thank Dr Dick Quan for his passion and generosity! View the full video on our @youtube channel and find out how you can contribute to the 21st Biennale of Sydney at the link in our bio
Liz in Lismore!
Biennale Learning Coordinator Liz Bradshaw delivered workshops to students from #AlstonvilleHighSchool at @LismoreRegionalGallery last week as part of our tour of #regionalNSW. In the coming weeks, we’ll be delivering workshops, Educator Previews and Artist Previews as an introduction to the variety of learning resources available to teachers and students interested in engaging with the #biennaleofsydney#ontheroad
Next stop: Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery!
Calling for Performer Expressions of Interest! For the 21st Biennale of Sydney, British artist #OliverBeer will present a new iteration of his ongoing series #ResonanceProject. We are seeking eight classically-trained singers who will work with the artist to identify the resonant notes of interior spaces, using buildings as a musical instrument. Expressions of interest are now open — link in bio for more information and how to apply.
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Learn new skills, meet interesting people and experience exciting art from around the globe!
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Photo: Leanna Maione
Anri Sala’s ‘The Last Resort’ is an ambitious new installation of sculpture and sound by @KaldorPublicArtProjects. Experience this stunning world premiere artwork overlooking the harbour from the most elevated point in Sydney’s CBD. 13 October–5 November.
Image: Kaldor Public Art Project Project 33: Anri Sala, The Last Resort, 2017, The Rotunda, Observatory Hill, Sydney. Photo: Peter Greig