Monthly Archives: September 2013

Send in the clowns

The Kids in the Park program at Sydney Olympic Park continues to offer free children’s theatre to our patrons and this school holiday sees the return of our favourite company Circus Solarus with an exciting new production Clowning Around. This

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Buildings that have shaped Australia – Weekend Australian

Matthew Westwood in the Weekend Australian recently wrote an interesting architecture piece on Buildings that have shaped Australia. The article on the 25th anniversary of Parliament House in Canberra reviewed a selection of architectural projects including  Federation Square; Parliament House;

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Operation Art goes off with a bang at the Armory

Operation Art, the premier NSW visual arts exhibition for school students from kindergarten to year 10, recently opened at Sydney Olympic Park and you can visit this inspiring exhibition, which is open daily at the Armory Gallery until 27 October.

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Behind the scenes of the video conferencing centre

Last week Savannah Robinson our Communications and Community Engagement Coordinator, via our video conferencing centre, engaged with students from across New South Wales, giving them tips on how to effectively communicate a project they are working on called: Sustainability in

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Happy anniversary!

Today, we lit the Olympic Cauldron to celebrate the anniversary of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This is a tradition that we continue on 15 September each year, to mark the occasion of the opening ceremony of the

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Jason Project is a hit!

“Just a belated thankyou for a wonderful ‘Jason Project Excursion’ at Olympic Park. Despite the cold and wet the students thoroughly enjoyed the experience . Both education officers were excellent and related to and engaged the students (and teachers!) to

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Local champion hangs up his rake

If you have enjoyed a stroll or bike ride along the Louise Sauvage Pathway and noticed how clean it is, it may very well be thanks to the tireless efforts of Newington resident Mr Young. Mr Young, a Korean National,

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