Experience Sydney’s unforgettable public artworks with a short walking tour through Redfern, followed by an art-making workshop at Redfern Community Centre.
Guided by local Sydney artists, you’ll gain insider knowledge into culturally significant artworks and create an amazing artwork of your own, inspired by the theme of ‘place’.
City Art invites families, art enthusiasts and beginners to this free event, made possible with funding by the NSW Government’s ‘The Festival of Place’ initiative.
The tour begins on the corner of Lawson and Gibbons Streets, Redfern (outside Redfern Station) and concludes with a workshop at Redfern Community Centre on Hugo Street.
Check out our additional events on Eventbrite, including free tours and workshops in Chinatown, Redfern and the city centre.
Who can attend?
This program is open to all people (including children 8 years and older, who must bring with them an enthusiastic adult to collaborate with).
This program is partially held outdoors and subject to weather conditions. Please bring wet weather gear in the instance of rain.
If you, or someone you have booked a ticket for, is no longer able to attend this event, please cancel your ticket through Eventbrite, allowing others to join.
Survey upon completion:
The NSW Government Department on Planning, Industry and Environment has funded this event. They are interested in the economic impact that events like this might have on local businesses. By attending this event, you agree to answer a short survey pertaining to completed and anticipated purchases at local businesses, prior to and following the event. Please note, there is no obligation to purchase anything and the event is free.
To ensure everyone’s safety each person attending must have a ticket and only those who have booked a ticket will be allowed at this event
If you have booked a ticket and you are unwell on the day of the tour, please do not attend, get tested and isolate, as required
Participants are required to follow physical distancing guidelines during this event
Participants will need to check into the event with a Service NSW QR code provided on the day
Hand sanitiser will be available during this event. It is recommended that you thoroughly wash and sanitise your hands before attending and throughout the program, as required
Please check NSW Health for the latest information about wearing a face mask on public transport and during outdoor events. Your tour guide may provide you with a face mask and request you to wear it during this event.