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This exhibition explores forty-one artists’ ideas around the concept of living in a hot and changing climate.
Gallery entry free
Edgy, political, cheeky and pop-culture inspired - the Stencil Art Prize exhibition features artworks by 66 finalists from around the globe.
Take a tour of the Glasshouse, explore the stage, dressing rooms and back of house areas and find out more about the magic of theatre.
All tickets $7.50
A must-see film festival for all students interested in drama, film and entertainment.
Manhattan Short Film Festival is one of a kind, a worldwide event taking place in over 400 venues across six continents over one week.
POSTPONED - The Wharf Revue 2020: Good Night and Good Luck on Tuesday 13 October 2020 has been postponed to December 2020. The Glasshouse is working with Sydney Theatre Company to finalise a date.
To drop off your works please select an available time slot through our booking system.Collection date is Friday 16 October 2020
Food for Thought is an exhibition by members of the Hastings Valley Fine Art Association, exploring and interpreting the idiom “Food for thought”.
Simone Berry, Erin McCudden, Sarah Morabito and Cate Storen are making their ensemble debut bringing you an intimate showcase of all female soul classics from the 50’s to today.
National tour of a ground-breaking exhibition of some of Australia’s most important indigenous and non-indigenous artists responding to themes of protecting country.
Get into the Christmas spirit with two of Australia’s favourite musical theatre stars in A lot like Christmas.
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