Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks was a world premiere exhibition of astonishing LEGO skyscrapers at the Museum of Sydney.
Recently translated from the original German, recipes kept by Rose Seidler provide valuable insight into her culinary heritage and Austrian identity.
This classic recipe is both simple to make and satisfying to enjoy.
The Cross Street parking station, in Sydney’s Double Bay, is one of those unusual buildings that transforms a simple brief into something special....
Considered a commercial failure when it was released in the 1940s, the Modernage range of textiles is now seen as a high point in the design history of Australia.
The new Museum of Sydney exhibition ‘History Reflected’ takes audiences on a journey through the NSW State Archives Collection to see what these unique historical records reveal about the past and to reflect on what they might mean to us today.
In December 2020, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the house’s completion, SLM commissioned Illawarra-based artist Christopher Zanko to produce a ‘portrait’ of Rose Seidler House.
The conservation of the 1830s stone turrets on the west side of Vaucluse House is an impressive example of the continuing use of traditional craftsmanship and local materials.
The thousands of books in Sydney Living Museums’ historic houses provided entertainment, education, moral improvement and spiritual sustenance – and...