David Moore Photography Exhibition

David Moore Photography Exhibition

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David Moore (1927-2003) was Australia's most renowned and widely travelled photojournalist.
Image: Anzac Bridge with deck gap narrowing seen at dusk looking south-west c. 1994 - © Photograph by David Moore

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Sydney Open

Sydney Open

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Sydney Living Museums throw open the doors to more than 50 of Sydney’s best loved buildings.
Image: Sydney Open 2010, Lift Lobby, 1 Macquarie Place, Sydney.  Photo © Brent Winstone. Sydney Living Museums

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Growing Greater Sydney - Connecting People and Places

Growing Greater Sydney - Connecting People and Places

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The keynote event of the 2014 Sydney Architecture Festival The think-tank that brings together policy makers, planners, architects and urban designers.

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Cine City Film & Talks

Cine City Film & Talks

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A selection of short films presented by Sarah Breen Lovett and Louise Mackenzie from the Cinecity Architectural Film Project.
Image: Towards A New Sandwich" 2014 by Cottage Industries (A collaboration by Cristina Garduño Freeman, Antonia Fredman and Vicki Leibowitz).

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Bridge Ahoy

Bridge Ahoy

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Cast off during Sydney Architecture Festival 2014 on Bridge Ahoy! - a curated ferry cruise that explores some of the unique bridges of Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River.

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Sydney Architecture Festival 2014

2014 Sydney Architecture Festival closes

For 10 days in November - from the Man O’ War Steps at Sydney Opera House, to Sydney’s heart of Parramatta – we continue to explore the architecture of our great city through exhibitions, installations, kid’s activities, forums, talks and tours.

Thank you to the more than 3,000 people who got involved in this year’s Sydney Architecture Festival. Thanks to some of you who liked, followed or retweeted one of the 30+ different events along the way – helping to take architecture out of the boardrooms and studios, to those who experience it first hand.

And while the Festival may have ended, the conversations and ideas haven’t. Stay in touch with those we met and worked with, follow progress on projects they spoke of and get involved through your local community, council or with architects in your local area. Follow @ArchInsights or @ArchitectureNSW throughout the year. We’ll be posting images in coming days from the highlights of this year’s festival.  

Thank you to our event, media and venue supporters, our festival photographer, Stephen Pierce and army of wonderful volunteers.

Festival Keynote Event - The Colloquium

Growing a Greater Sydney - Connecting People and Places

7 Nov 2014
Riverside Theatre, Corner Church and Market Streets, Parramatta


 "Sydney's future is our choice.  This event is about how we get that choice right.  We've brought together people at the centre of new heavy and light rail projects; major road and transport incentives, housing, open space, urban growth and governance.  This events asks; how do we bring all of this together to grow an even greater Sydney?" (Tim Horton, Sydney Architecture Festival spokesperson and Registrar, NSW Architects Registration Board)  

"We currently have 200,000 people travelling west to east for work each day.  This will become a crisis if we don't take action now.  The future for Western Sydney is turning the area from Westmead to Sydney Olympic Park into an innovation district with high density hoursing, smart jobs, light rail and new education investment" (David Borger, Western Sydney Director of the Sydney Business Chamber) 

These and other issues were discussed by speakers including Lucy Turnbull, Julian Frecklington, David Borger and Paul Donegan at the Sydney Architecture Festival flagship event, Growing a Greater Sydney - Connecting People and Places hosted by Tony Jones.

 

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