Last week of Suburban Noir

 

Last chance to see Suburban Noir, the latest exhibition curated by Peter Doyle.

The exhibition at the Museum of Sydney reveals the raw, half-built Sydney of the 1950s and early 60s through recently uncovered crime-scene images from the NSW Police Forensic Photography Archive and showcasing artworks by local Sydney and international artists, each responding to these evocative police photographs.

The exhibition closes on Sunday 6 April.

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Employment

19/CC073 AccountantThursday 12 September 2019

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Employment

19/CC074 Senior AccountantThursday 12 September 2019

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Education

Raising the prominence of Aboriginal perspectivesThursday 12 September 2019

With federal funding assistance, the Learning Team have seen a number of successes in in their efforts to raise the prominence of Aboriginal perspectives related to the site of first Government House.

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Sydney Open

Sydney Open Focus Tours Sneak PeekFriday 6 September 2019

Enjoy a sneak peek of this year’s Focus Tours, including one of our brand-new After Dark Tours.

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Education

Free entry weekend for teachersTuesday 3 September 2019

To celebrate World Teachers’ Day, Sydney Living Museums invites primary and secondary school teachers and their families to enjoy free museum entry on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 October. Registration essential.