Creative conversations: City sounds

PACT’s resident artists lead a conversation about the culture of new communities

Produced by the City of Sydney

PACT’s resident artist Cheryn Frost leads a creative discussion about the culture of new communities. How can we foster the emerging culture from the Green Square community?

Get involved in the conversation to explore successful communities around the world. Challenge perceptions and dream up innovative solutions.

Does the sound of the city impact our social culture and live entertainment landscape? How is the future development of the city connected to the hustle and bustle of city sounds? Can a city balance quiet suburban living in the heart of a CBD with a vibrant nightlife?


Kerri Glasscock
Festival Director/CEO of the Sydney Fringe Festival and has been operating the award winning and internationally acclaimed Venue 505 as an artist-run live music and theatre space in Sydney for 14 years.

William Ryan, Harold Park Hotel
As the current hotelier of the iconic Harold Park Hotel, William has experienced some challenges around hosting live entertainment at his venue.

Cheryn Frost – Host
Cheryn is a young Sydney based emerging artist, lighting designer and technician. Cheryn is currently one of PACT’s 3 resident artists. In 2017, she was also commissioned by PACT to debut a new work for their Afterglow season where she co-wrote and performed Fem Menace. Her long list of performance credits includes Branch Nebula and Melbourne Fringe Festival.

As Australia’s centre for emerging and experimental art, PACT champions contemporary performance, artistic rigour, and exploration of the unknown. 3x3x2 is PACT’s 2 year residency program for early career performance artists, independent companies and writers.

This is a free event. Bookings recommended as places are limited.

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Wednesday 13 February 2019 from 8pm to 9pm


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