Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks was a world premiere exhibition of astonishing LEGO skyscrapers at the Museum of Sydney.
Ahead of his time, interior designer Barry Little had a significant influence on Australian interiors in the 1960s and 70s.
Research into the story of a convict uniquely qualified to care for the important Hyde Park Barracks clock continues to yield intriguing insights – and raise more questions.
A new exhibition at the Museum of Sydney showcases snapshots of a city – selections from a treasure-trove of images taken by the Government Printing Office.
A meticulously executed conservation and revitalisation project reveals the potential of the much-maligned Nissen hut.
Ambiguous, disorientating and beguiling, Daniel Crooks’s ambitious video installation brings together new technology and complex post-production processes to create a compelling visual experience that subverts our understanding of time.
Acquired for the Museum of Sydney, four copperplate etchings by Julie Gough use a ubiquitous colonial medium to challenge authorised histories. We spoke to the artist about her love/hate relationship with the history book.
More than 4000 striking images from the Sydney Harbour Trust and Maritime Services Board held in the NSW State Archives Collection have recently been released online.
Their original owner and use remain a mystery, but these striking tiles hold an intriguing connection to a significant international design story.