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Dyeing and stitching our way to sustainability

The shibori and boro items on display in The Intuitive Thread exhibition at the Japan Foundation Gallery in Central Park, Broadway, as part of Sydney’s Craft Week in October, reinforced my love of these ancient processes.

200 years of Chippendale

Chippendale prepares to celebrate its 200th birthday in 2019.

The promised land of sustainable development

For Central Park residents, “sustainability” has come at the cost of sunlight, amenity and freedom of movement.

Local landmarks feature at Little Fictions

Homeownership has been such a hot topic throughout Sydney for so long.

Pathway from out-of-home care to independence

Foyer51 will provide housing and on site support as young people moved out from out-of-home care.

Remarkable rust

The paintings are about the artist’s “continuing love of the central west and Hill End surrounds”

The Big Issue Vendor Profile: Pamela

Pamela is back! After a few months away Pamela has returned to The Big Issue excited to work.

It’s time for Mad Pride

On Wednesday October 8, Weave Youth & Community Services will host a free event to celebrate the artistic and musical expressions of local young people.

Development corridor a dividing wall

EVELEIGH: Images of the proposed Central to Eveleigh urban renewal have been broadcast on Channel Nine, concerning residents and protection groups in the area.

City cousins keep fair food connection

Last month, Food Connect (“fresh produce from local farmers at a fair price”) was taken on by another social enterprise called Ooooby (Out of our own back yards). Ooooby had decided to discontinue the “city cousin” program that sees fruit and veggies delivered for pickup to local collection points. However, after feedback from subscribers and city cousins, they have reversed their initial decision. The city cousin program will continue with one small difference – pickup is now on a Tuesday rather than a Wednesday. (There is also the option of free home delivery – please see the Ooooby website for details.)

Planning changes to Central Park

CHIPPENDALE: The Central Park development opposite the University of Technology, Sydney, looks set for further changes. Developers have applied to make a third modification to the approved concept plan by converting commercial space into student accommodation.

Two shows at MOP Projects

Darryn Ansted’s Architectonic Paintings view the new Australian landscape as one of a deconstructed theatre set.

Central to Eveleigh redevelopment – it’s big!

NSW cabinet recently decided redevelopment of the railway corridor stretching three kilometres from the CBD’s Goulburn Street car park to Macdonaldtown would be part of an international Expression Of Interest (EOI) process.

The legacies of Tom Bass

Richard Goodwin is a world-recognised and multiple award-winning sculptor and architect. He is a specialist in art, architecture and urban design, and Professor in the School of Art, School of Design Studies at the College of Fine Arts (COFA). He recently delivered the Tom Bass Memorial Lecture.

Two new shows at MOP

JD Reforma is a Sydney-based artist, with peripheral practices in writing, curation and administration. In 2009, he attained a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from...

MOP’s Top 10

CHIPPENDALE: Ten out of 10 at MOP Projects will celebrate 10 years of successful and diverse exhibitions supporting local artists and promoting contemporary visual arts in Sydney.

New growth precincts?

When land values are determined by lines on government maps showing growth areas and other potential developments it is important to get things correct.

Reframing White Cane Day

October 15 was International White Cane Day.

We can see your halo

CHIPPENDALE: Following a weekend when Sydney experienced the strongest winds for years, Halo, Jennifer Turpine and Michaelie Crawford’s newest public artwork, was unveiled on one of the few still sunny mornings this August.

The Settlement renovated

The Settlement was founded over a hundred years ago and moved to its present location in the 1920s when the Sydney University Women’s Society...