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October Barangaroo Welcome Celebration

Esem Projects will present a new experiential public art installation entitled Arrivals and Departures to mark the beginning of the October Barangaroo Welcome Celebration program. The work, created by Esem Projects co-founders Dr Sarah Barns and Michael Killalea, will be on show every weekend during October inside the Cutawat that was once the heart of Sydney’s docklands.

Esem Projects’ temporary art installation was commissioned by the Creative Director for the Barangaroo Welcome Celebration, Gill Minervini, to be the second installation in the Cutaway, the massive cultural space built within the headland park.

Arrivals and Departures will be unveiled at the October Giant Picnic on Sunday, 4 October (11am-5pm).

There are plenty of free activities including; live music, talks, workshops and tours, plus picnic-style food and beverage experiences. I


Barangaroo Welcome Celebration - October

Beginning with the Giant Picnic on Sunday, 4 October 2015 at 11am-5pm

Barangaroo Reserve, Hickson Road, Sydney NSW


October open weekends: Saturday and Sunday 10-11, 17-18, and 24-25 October at 11am-5pm

The three-month Welcome Celebration marks the opening of Barangaroo Reserve.

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