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NAIDOC Week tenant art exhibition inspires

Local photographer Paul Bramble snapped this wonderful image of Aunty Shirley Lomas at 107 Projects, Redfern, on Wednesday June 29 for the launch of...

Lecture honours Labor titan Trevor Davies

The soft opening of Wolfpack Space Hub’s new facility in Wellington Street, Waterloo, was on April 19, 2022.

It’s Autumn at Ruby’s – with a great line-up of jazz...

Ruby's Music Club, with its unique indoor/outdoor ambience, is offering some great jazz and blues this Autumn in Zetland.

Colourful odyssey

On the day before the opening of Landscapes of Survival and Reconciliation by Jim Anderson I went to 107 Projects hoping to sneak a peek. I got lucky.

Trash makes a splash in Redfern

Passionate campaigner against single-use items Julz Strykowski aka PluckFastic has been awarded the ART from TRASH 2020 Judge’s Prize for her work “Message on...

A creative hub at the centre of community

REDFERN: Felipe Vilches is a resident artist at 107 Projects on Redfern Street. A visual artist, poet and musician, he is also a sound...

Art shines a light on social issues

Alongside this year’s Vivid Light festival, Vivid Ideas 2017 is taking place in galleries in the city and surrounding suburbs.

Raising the bar – up on the roof

The rooftop bar will be running only in conjunction with 107’s exhibitions and creative events throughout the summer.

Decisive moments: Redwater in transition 

A South Sydney Community Aid (SSCA) initiative, Redfern… Waterloo by photographer Gary Bonner, was exhibited at 107 Projects, Redfern from August 23 to 26 and will be exhibited at the Orchard Gallery, Waterloo from October 8 to November 10.

Homing in on fine art

REDFERN: Redfern Artist Group (RAG) staged its fourth exhibition in October. The show, entitled Home, was held at 107 Projects from October 15 to 26 and featured works by nine artists. The diversity of the work was impressive.

A place to drink, rethink and tinker

The Bower is much more than a second-hand goods and furniture shop. It’s a co-operative workshop and resource centre, a treasure trove, a library of books, records, CDs and videos, and, this month, a café too! To mark 15 years of recycling and upcycling (everything from chairs to electric toasters and fashion accessories), the Bower is set to open Sydney’s first Repair Café. Patrons can enjoy a hot beverage while learning new skills in basic carpentry and electrical repairs, upholstery, painting, bookbinding, and so on.

Art home away from home

Back in 2001, a collective of young artists eager to offer a more low-key approach to art decided to take over a run-down workshop in Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, which came to be known as the Knot Gallery & the Frequency Lab. But after five years of hosting art exhibitions, concerts (hip-hop band The Herd played there, amongst many others), spoken word performances, and generally being a social and gathering place, the team had to drop the curtain and was left without a space.