Staying in Sydney these holidays? We’ve rounded up our selection of the best exhibitions in town that we’re planning to visit over the break and perhaps a short train or road trip a little further afield.
ADC is very excited to be partnering once again with Sydney Living Museums to present ‘Makers Lane’, a curated selection of Object Shop makers at their 2018 Christmas Fare on Thursday 13 December at Hyde Park Barracks.
ADC’s Partnerships and Communications Manager, Alix Fiveash recently attended (29 November -2 December) the Sichuan Traditional Crafts and Design Exhibition and Forum in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China.
In the lead up to Christmas, ADC's retail space, Object Shop has taken over the whole lower gallery and features limited edition jewellery, ceramics, textiles, glass and cards, all hand crafted, by close to 100 leading local makers and emerging talent.
On display in Object Space until 14 November is the exhibition Dorothy Filshie: Fish Out of Water. Fish Out of Water is an exhibition of the textile object work of NSW artist Dorothy Filshie. We spoke to Dorothy to find out more about her inspiration and making process.
This year has been huge for ADC, especially in the lead up to Sydney Craft Week, our city-wide annual festival of craft, and we have been fortunate to have three fantastic university students in the office to help us out during this busy time.
Forty-five years after it opened, Sydney Opera House is still arguably Sydney’s most impressive piece of architecture. This Sydney Architecture Festival program asks, “what makes a building truly great”?