We were delighted to host our esteemed donors and supporters for a magical night of art and music at Elizabeth Bay House recently as part of this year’s Annual Appeal campaign. 

Featuring an address by Minister for the Arts Ben Franklin MLC, guests also enjoyed a special viewing of works by queer photographic artist, Gerwyn Davies, a Brix Distillers Rum Bar in the Cellar, and an outstanding performance by singer Christine Anu in the Saloon.

Plus on hand to greet guests were our delightful hosts drag queens Dakota and Riot.

Sydney Living Museums is extremely grateful for the support of our donors which allows us to be ambitious, creative, and far-reaching with preserving, researching, and presenting content about our history.  

Found out more about our 2022 Annual Appeal online. Your tax-deductible donation will help us to preserve our historically significant sites.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Internships

Design internship – Sydney Open 2022Thursday 2 June 2022

Reconstructing dinner in the Hyde Park Barracks destitute asylum

The Cook and the Curator

Reconstructing dinner in the Hyde Park Barracks destitute asylumThursday 10 November 2016

Bread and dripping, an ‘institution’

The Cook and the Curator

Bread and dripping, an ‘institution’Wednesday 14 September 2016

Kim Connors, intern, Hyde Park barracks

The Cook and the Curator

Kim Connors, intern, Hyde Park barracksWednesday 14 September 2016