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    The Art Project #3: Curate Your City

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    Please join us for the final event in The Art Project Series: Curate Your City

    What skills do you need to work in the public art space? What makes a good art project? How do we make public art projects more accessible and inclusive? 

    Ponder the future of arts and culture with a panel of acclaimed speakers working at the cutting edge of art, design and placemaking. 

    This event is catered to people in the arts: curators, consultants, arts workers and artists. 

    Come and learn about the future of art projects in a provocative panel discussion with panellists: Emilya Colliver (Art Pharmacy/Sugar Glider Digital), Victoria Johnstone (Creative Producer), Anna May Kirk (Independent Curator) and Joshua Thomson (Legs On The Wall). 

    Our panellists will share their insights and experiences working on art projects in the public realm. This will be followed by a Q&A and a unique opportunity to mingle and network in the arts space.


    Art Pharmacy
     brings to you a series of events designed to inspire and inform people from all walks of life about the importance of public art projects, and how to run one!

    We believe that art is integral to our cities, which is why we are passionate about working on public art projects. Join us as we bring together a variety of artists, advisors, and commercial and government clients we have worked with in a series of inspiring and curated conversations at the Ace Hotel Sydney.

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    Accessibility information:

    The Ace Hotel has a wheelchair-accessible entry from Wentworth Avenue. This door is 10 metres away from the front desk entrance and located beside the restaurant. Elevators are accessible from ground level to all floors

    Parking information:

    We recommend travelling to The Ace Hotel by public transport as there is no onsite parking. The closest parking garages are Secure Parking: Goulburn Street Car Park and Wilson Parking – 175 Liverpool.

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