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John remembers Christo and Jeanne-Claude

John remembers Christo and Jeanne-Claude

14 September 2021

As we celebrate L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped This week will be an amazing turn of history as the sketches and dreams of a poor…

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Download the do it (homework) e-book

Download the do it (homework) e-book

1 December 2020

Our do it (homework) e-book is here! A handy PDF that’s both a case study of our first digital learning program and a resource…

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Introducing the do it (australia) catalogue

Introducing the do it (australia) catalogue

18 November 2020

Introducing the do it (australia) catalogue! Presented as the final instalment of Project 36, the digital catalogue documents the hundreds of extraordinary submitted by…

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Introducing Miralda’s Five Feastables

1 October 2020

It’s been a year since we opened Making Art Public: 50 Years of Kaldor Public Art Projects at the Art Gallery of NSW, and…

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do it (homework): A Platform for Young People to Connect

do it (homework): A Platform for Young People to Connect

25 August 2020

do it (homework) was an 8-week creative learning program developed in direct response to Project 36: do it (australia), the organisation’s first public art…

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Lion’s Honey: A Reader

Lion’s Honey: A Reader

30 June 2020

We’re delighted to release the online publication Lion’s Honey: A Reader. Agatha Gothe-Snape’s Lion’s Honey was a durational performance commissioned for the exhibition Making…

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Making the Temporary Permanent: Digitising 50 years of Public Art Archives

Making the Temporary Permanent: Digitising 50 years of Public Art Archives

30 October 2019

Behind the scenes at Kaldor Public Art Projects, in a small room at the back of our office are an abundance of folders and…

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Your Public Art Project

Your Public Art Project

21 August 2019

Your Public Art Project offers a unique opportunity for Kaldor Public Art Projects to connect with primary and secondary schools across NSW throughout our…

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Making Art Public with Michael Landy

Making Art Public with Michael Landy

8 July 2019

Over the past year acclaimed British artist Michael Landy has been visiting the Kaldor Public Art Projects archive to delve deep into our 50-year…

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5 Questions with Plant Scientist Michelle Demers

5 Questions with Plant Scientist Michelle Demers

16 May 2019

Michelle Demers is a scientific advisor and cultivator on Asad Raza’s Absorption. We spoke to Michelle about the plant-science behind Absorption, and the potential for…

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5 Questions with Ivey Wawn

5 Questions with Ivey Wawn

25 April 2019

Ivey Wawn is one of nine artistic collaborators who Asad Raza has invited to contribute to his work Absorption at the Clothing Store. Ivey has…

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5 Questions with Asad Raza

5 Questions with Asad Raza

26 March 2019

Last month we announced our next major project would be created by artist Asad Raza. Hailing from Buffalo, New York, Raza divides his time…

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Sir Nicholas Serota on #artschools: Reflections from our Symposium

Sir Nicholas Serota on #artschools: Reflections from our Symposium

23 November 2018

On October 24 2018, Kaldor Public Art Projects presented ALL SCHOOLS SHOULD BE ART SCHOOLS, a one-day symposium for art education professionals in partnership…

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5 Questions with Cara Pinchbeck

5 Questions with Cara Pinchbeck

30 August 2016

What is your role at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, and what is your background?  I am the curator of Aboriginal and…

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5 Questions with Kirsten Thorpe

5 Questions with Kirsten Thorpe

25 August 2016

What is your role at the State Library of New South Wales, and what is your background? I am Manager, Indigenous Services at the…

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15,000 Shields

15,000 Shields

4 August 2016

How many shields does it take to outline the original footprint of Sydney’s Garden Palace? If you’re Jonathan Jones the answer is 15,000. In…

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5 QUESTIONS with Miguel Garcia, Librarian at the Royal Botanic Garden

5 QUESTIONS with Miguel Garcia, Librarian at the Royal Botanic Garden

11 May 2016

What are the roles of Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden Library and Herbarium? We exist mainly to support the work that’s done here, by both the…

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10 QUESTIONS with Jonathan Jones

10 QUESTIONS with Jonathan Jones

17 April 2016

In 2014 Jonathan Jones was chosen as the winner of Kaldor Public Art Projects’ competition Your Very Good Idea. Nearly two years on, Jonathan’s…

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