Sydney Living Museums is delighted to welcome back AMP Capital as a corporate partner, with Quay Quarter Sydney, the company’s development at Circular Quay, named Education Partner of our spectacular interactive family exhibition How Cities Work, on at the Museum of Sydney until 21 July.

Currently under construction, Quay Quarter Sydney will be a flourishing harbourside destination, transforming the way we work, live and play – ideas explored playfully in the exhibition. A vibrant hub made up of commercial space, retail, cafes and rooftop bars, the development will be surrounded by natural beauty and iconic architecture, and none more important than the site of Australia’s first Government House mere steps away.

The partnership focuses on engaging the local community, including by bringing a number of high school student groups, AMP Capital staff and clients to the Museum of Sydney in the first half of 2019. Students go behind the scenes at the Quay Quarter Sydney site and are exposed to future opportunities in the construction and engineering industries. The partnership showcases the Museum of Sydney to a wider audience, with SLM providing expert historical knowledge of the precinct.

Contact

To inquire about partnership opportunities, contact Mark McDaid on T 02 8239 2321 E mark.mcdaid@slm.com.au

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