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We partner with leading organisations such as the Power Institute to bring you Sydney's most diverse arts and culture program.
Image (at top): Guwalpuy (feather string detail) by Barbara Bunguyarri Burarwanga in 1976. Photo: Copyright Michael Myers 2009.

Rethinking Drawing: Fragonard in Tivoli The Power Institute presents a lecture by Ewa Lajer-Burcharth, William Dorr Boardman Professor of Fine Arts in the Department of History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University.

Upcoming events

Rethinking Drawing: Fragonard in Tivoli

  • Tuesday 6 March
  • The Power Institute presents a lecture by Ewa Lajer-Burcharth, William Dorr Boardman Professor of Fine Arts in the Department of History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University.

Interlocutors in the archive: Aboriginal women and the collection of Anthropological data

  • Thursday 15 March
  • Join Ngarigu woman Professor Jakelin Troy as she discusses intimate details of the lives, language and knowledge of the individuals she has discovered among a rich trove of anthropological archives.

Artists have never been more important

  • Tuesday 27 March
  • A panel of renowned artists, curators, writers and commentators address the claim that in this moment of planetary environmental crisis, artists have never been more important.

Arts and Culture podcasts

We record most of our events, so feel free to visit Soundcloud or iTunes and listen to them anytime. Below, you'll find a selction of popular arts and culture podcasts.



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