Snake Snake Snake 蛇 rắn 뱀 – An exhibition of contemporary Asian Australian Artists

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Snake Snake Snake 蛇  rắn  뱀 – An exhibition of contemporary Asian Australian Artists

produced by City of Sydney

Celebrating the depth and range of relationships and artistic exchange between Australia and China, Vietnam and Korea, this extraordinary exhibition features emerging and established artists – those newly arrived in Australia and those with shared Aboriginal and Asian heritage. The eclectic range of work shares themes of heritage, individual journeys, cultural issues and the concept of home, while exploring notions of personal space, identity and globalisation with wonder and wisdom.

Curator Catherine Croll has created new opportunities for dialogue and cultural exchange between participating artists and audiences, with floor talks, demonstrations and forums held throughout the exhibition.

An electronic guide for the exhibition and scheduled events is available here. Download the application and then search for ‘Snake’.

Event Snapshot

When:

  • Between Tuesday 05 February and Saturday 23 February from 12.00 to 20.00

Lower Town Hall, Sydney Town Hall.
Entry via Druitt Street.

Where:

Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street (cnr Druitt Street) Sydney 2000 Venue details

Cost:

Free

More Info:

City of Sydney
02 9265 9333

How to get to this event:

Town Hall Railway Station, Sydney Explorer Bus Stop 24, George Street Bus Services.

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Location

Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street (cnr Druitt Street) Sydney 2000

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