• What’s on
  • Meditation station: Glebe Library
    Friday 20 October 2017
  • Event details

    During Mental Health Month this October, each City of Sydney library branch will host a guided meditation station. Our meditation stations will have an iPad loaded with self-directed, anti-anxiety meditations from our eaudiobook collection. Sit down and make yourself comfortable for a 5-minute meditation to slow down your busy day.

    Guided meditations are widely recognised as effective strategies for managing anxiety and nurturing positive mental health.

    This free meditation activity is suitable for all ages. There’s an iPad available at each branch and headphones are provided.

    Bookings aren’t required – drop in at any time during library opening hours and see branch staff if you have any questions. Meditations can also be borrowed by Library members from our eaudiobook collection, so you can meditate using your own device, anywhere and anytime.

    Glebe Library
    Mondays and Wednesdays, 9am to 7pm
    Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 9am to 6pm
    Saturdays, 10am to 4pm

    Tuesday 3 October to Tuesday 31 October 2017

  • Meditation station: Kings Cross Library
    Friday 20 October 2017
  • Event details

    During Mental Health Month this October, each City of Sydney library branch will host a guided meditation station. Our meditation stations will have an iPad loaded with self-directed, anti-anxiety meditations from our eaudiobook collection. Sit down and make yourself comfortable for a 5-minute meditation to slow down your busy day.

    Guided meditations are widely recognised as effective strategies for managing anxiety and nurturing positive mental health.

    This free meditation activity is suitable for all ages. There’s an iPad available at each branch and headphones are provided.

    Bookings aren’t required – drop in at any time during library opening hours and see branch staff if you have any questions. Meditations can also be borrowed by Library members from our eaudiobook collection, so you can meditate using your own device, anywhere and anytime.

    Kings Cross Library
    Mondays and Tuesdays, 10am to 7pm
    Wednesdays to Fridays, 10am to 6pm
    Saturdays, 10am to 4pm
    Sundays, 11am to 6pm

    Sunday 1 October to Tuesday 31 October 2017

    Closed on public holidays

  • Meditation station: Ultimo Library
    Friday 20 October 2017
  • Event details

    During Mental Health Month this October, each City of Sydney library branch will host a guided meditation station. Our meditation stations will have an iPad loaded with self-directed, anti-anxiety meditations from our eaudiobook collection. Sit down and make yourself comfortable for a 5-minute meditation to slow down your busy day.

    Guided meditations are widely recognised as effective strategies for managing anxiety and nurturing positive mental health.

    This free meditation activity is suitable for all ages. There’s an iPad available at each branch and headphones are provided.

    Bookings aren’t required – drop in at any time during library opening hours and see branch staff if you have any questions. Meditations can also be borrowed by library members from our eaudiobook collection, so you can meditate using your own device, anywhere and anytime.

    Ultimo Library
    Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 10am to 6pm
    Wednesdays, 10am to 7pm
    Weekends, 12pm to 4pm

    Sunday 1 October to Tuesday 31 October 2017

    Except public holidays

  • Meditation station: Waterloo Library
    Friday 20 October 2017
  • Event details

    During Mental Health Month this October, each City of Sydney library branch will host a guided meditation station. Our meditation stations will have an iPad loaded with self-directed, anti-anxiety meditations from our eaudiobook collection. Sit down and make yourself comfortable for a 5-minute meditation to slow down your busy day.

    Guided meditations are widely recognised as effective strategies for managing anxiety and nurturing positive mental health.

    This free meditation activity is suitable for all ages. There’s an iPad available at each branch and headphones are provided.

    Bookings aren’t required – drop in at any time during library opening hours and see branch staff if you have any questions. Meditations can also be borrowed by library members from our eaudiobook collection, so you can meditate using your own device, anywhere and anytime.

    Waterloo Library
    Mondays to Thursdays, 10am to 6pm
    Fridays, 10am to 5pm
    Saturdays, 11am to 4pm

    Tuesday 3 October to Tuesday 31 October 2017

  • Meditation station: Green Square Library
    Friday 20 October 2017
  • Event details

    During Mental Health Month this October, each City of Sydney library branch will host a guided meditation station. Our meditation stations will have an iPad loaded with self-directed, anti-anxiety meditations from our eaudiobook collection. Sit down and make yourself comfortable for a 5-minute meditation to slow down your busy day.

    Guided meditations are widely recognised as effective strategies for managing anxiety and nurturing positive mental health.

    This free meditation activity is suitable for all ages. There’s an iPad available at each branch and headphones are provided.

    Bookings aren’t required – drop in at any time during library opening hours and see branch staff if you have any questions. Meditations can also be borrowed by Library members from our eaudiobook collection, so you can meditate using your own device, anywhere and anytime.

    Green Square Library
    Weekdays and Sundays, 10am to 6pm
    Saturdays, 10am to 4pm

    Tuesday 3 October to Tuesday 31 October 2017

    Except Sunday 8 October, Sunday 15 October, Sunday 22 October and Sunday 29 October

    Sundays CLOSED

  • Meditation station: Customs House Library
    Friday 20 October 2017
  • Event details

    During Mental Health Month this October, each City of Sydney Library branch will host a guided meditation station. Our meditation stations will have an iPad loaded with self-directed, anti-anxiety meditations from our eaudiobook collection. Sit down and make yourself comfortable for a 5-minute meditation to slow down your busy day.

    Guided meditations are widely recognised as effective strategies for managing anxiety and nurturing positive mental health.

    This free meditation activity is suitable for all ages. There’s an iPad available at each branch and headphones are provided.

    Bookings aren’t required – drop in at any time during library opening hours and see branch staff if you have any questions. Meditations can also be borrowed by Library members from our eaudiobook collection, so you can meditate using your own device, anywhere and anytime.

    Customs House Library
    Weekdays, 10am to 7pm
    Weekends, 11am to 4pm

    Sunday 1 October to Tuesday 31 October 2017

    Closed on public holidays

  • Late Night Library: The People’s Table 3
    Wednesday 25 October 2017
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    For our final Late Night Library series for 2017, we’re teaming up with Sydney-based political theatre company Filibuster. Four unique and immersive experiences are like no other past Late Night Library event.

    Democracy has had one too many drinks and it’s time for an intervention. On the last Wednesday of each month, August to November, Filibuster invite you to be our guest at The People’s Table.

    Each night some of Sydney’s most dynamic performance artists will throw a proverbial thought-bomb at a table of diverse Sydney locals. The best bit is you get to watch.

    Fidget-spun democracy set to the soundtrack of Pokemon Go. 12 teenagers are taking on the People’s Table. They can’t vote but they can pay taxes and they’re done with sitting at the kids’ table. They’ll meet 3 artists from Generation No-Longer-Youth who’ll test their ideas, hopes and resolve. Are the children our future? Do they need no education? Find out at The People’s Table.

    Set in the Customs House Library Reading Room. The People’s Table is a public dinner conversation for all.
    Customs House is wheelchair accessible.
    It’s best to book but you can join the stand-by queue on the evening. We look forward to you joining at The People’s Table.

    Customs House Library
    Wednesday 25 October 2017 from 8pm to 9pm
  • This is your black life: Kodie Vs Katie
    Thursday 26 October 2017
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    Have you ever been unfairly stereotyped for acting roles? Have you been told you’re not black enough to be Aboriginal? How often do you say the word “deadly” and what intonation do you use? These are the hard-hitting questions Cope ST’s Katie Beckett will attempt to answer as she is grilled by fellow Cope ST member Kodie Bedford in their third This is your black life show at Glebe Library.

    Kodie, who learnt everything she knows from Oprah Winfrey, will be covering arts, Indigenous politics and social issues as she drills down Katie’s passion, motivations and life story. And in a world exclusive, Kodie has uncovered that Katie is a secret nerd and puts the Dr. Who evidence to her.

    Using a mix of videos and live performance, This is your black life, will reveal the secret lives of each member of Indigenous arts collective Cope ST, in an absurd, insightful and comedic style that will be your entertaining monthly dose of Redfern gossip. No topic is off limits and no embarrassing anecdotal stone will be left unturned.

    Presented by City of Sydney in collaboration with Cope ST Collective

    About Cope ST:
    Bjorn Stewart, Katie Beckett, Colin Kinchela and Kodie Bedford make up Cope ST, an Indigenous arts collective that banded together to make quirky art, theatre and multi-media projects that represented their nerd and weird interests. They rose to prominence in 2016 when their comedy video How to do Blackface went viral. The group wrote and performed sci-fi comedy One of the Good Ones, to much acclaim at Sydney’s Red Rattler for a season and will appear on the upcoming comedy sketch show The Slot on Fox 8 later in the year.

    Glebe Library
    Thursday 26 October 2017 from 8pm to 9pm
  • Architecture on show: Collaborative Vision
    Saturday 28 October 2017
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    In partnership with The Australian Institute of Architects, this Architecture on Show event delves into the client-architect relationship. When homeowners embrace an architect’s vision, a unique collaboration is formed. To create effective, joyful and enduring spaces that can accommodate daily life, clients will divulge intimate truths about their home and family. On the other hand, architects will unveil the deep-seated values that govern their creativity.

    Through conversation and Q&A, we unravel the exchanges via the work of architect, Eva-Marie Prineas, and her relationship with client, Ariana Koller. Balancing communication, trust and respect, these 2 successfully navigated this complex process to create the beautiful, combined vision of House Koller.

    In creating House Koller, a 2-story timber pavilion was added to the rear of the existing traditional bungalow, serving as a nostalgic nod to the clients’ Swiss heritage. This was separated from the existing house by a glazed link, providing a smooth transition between old and new whilst taking full advantage of solar amenity. Next came landscaping works and putting in a pool.

    Ariana Koller, Client
    With her husband, Peter, Ariana engaged Eva-Marie to realise their dream home. As a yoga instructor and mum, her primary focus was to future-proof her home, particularly as her children stepped into their teenage years.

    Eva-Marie Prineas, Principal Architect and Founder, Architect Prineas
    With a background in heritage architecture, Eva-Marie treasures existing beauty, coupled with an intention to build on their enduring qualities. She engages in place-making – supporting her clients’ unique vision for living.

    The Australian Institute of Architects
    As the peak body for the architectural profession in Australia, The Institute works to improve our built environment by promoting quality and sustainable design.

    Bookings are essential for this free event as places are limited.

    Surry Hills Library is wheelchair friendly.

    Surry Hills Library
    Saturday 28 October 2017 from 2pm to 3pm
  • Build an Experimental Musical Instrument: Biosynth Workshop
    Saturday 28 October 2017
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    Build your own biosynth experimental musical instrument in this workshop with electronic artist, Pia Van Gelder. You’ll learn how to combine a basic synthesiser circuit with natural and found objects to create your own sounds and music.

    Get hands-on to learn about the basic circuit and experiment with ways of modifying and personalising the circuit. You don’t need any prior knowledge or experience in electronics to make the most of this creative workshop.

    Push your musical boundaries and get innovative by adding different found-objects and plant-life as control inputs. Using your imagination, you can essentially learn how to play your environment. Then take home your musical masterpiece so you can keep experimenting and creating at home.

    Pia Van Gelder
    Electronic artist, curator and teacher, Pia, develops performances and installations by working with media machines like the audio-video modular synthesizer, and common electronic devices. Challenging assumed design, she’s interested in presenting opportunities to experience audio visual mysticism.

    Pia has curated various festivals, art events and exhibitions and is a lecturer at the University of New South Wales Art & Design. She’s also the Overlord of Dorkbot Sydney, a regular meeting for people doing strange things with electricity.

    This small group workshop is suitable for anyone 16+ and bookings are essential. Tickets are $35 each and include all materials and equipment.

    Waterloo Library is wheelchair friendly with a lift and an accessible toilet.

    Waterloo Library
    Saturday 28 October 2017 from 11am to 4pm
  • Musica Viva: Arcadia Winds (ages 8–12)
    Saturday 4 November 2017
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    The City of Sydney joins forces with Musica Viva to bring you a series of free musical workshops for kids at Green Square Library.

    These fun music workshops for primary school-aged students are designed to develop a love of music. No matter what their musical experience, these interactive performances will challenge, delight and enrich.

    Dynamic woodwind ensemble, Arcadia Winds, use the clarinet, bassoon and flute to show children how to use their breath and their bodies to make musical instruments vibrate and come alive. Their infectious love of music ignites every workshop performance.

    Children will get to experience all the fun of a Musica Viva in Schools ensemble at Green Square Library in this free workshop

    Suitable for kids of all skill levels and ages 8 to 12 years. This free event has limited capacity, so bookings are recommended. Children will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
    Green Square Library is wheelchair friendly.

    See other workshops in the series:
    Saturday 23 September – Teranga
    Saturday 7 October – The World According to James

    Green Square Library
    Saturday 4 November 2017 from 2pm to 3pm
  • Everyone’s got a story: Kings Cross – Every night’s a party
    Saturday 4 November 2017
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    Join iconic and ‘ordinary’ locals as they bring Kings Cross’ unique character to life. This special series, produced by artist and performer, Vashti Hughes, takes us on a journey through the decades.

    Going back to the 2000s – the Cross is a party every night. The ‘naughties’ decade sees the impact of the Olympics, with an influx of international tourists visiting the area. Now on the world stage as the place for exciting nightlife, people are flocking into the Cross for a dose of fun. Living it large, the main drag resembles Easter Show crowds at the height of the holidays.

    Our storytellers

    Vashti Hughes
    Vashti has a gift for character. With Kings Cross as her stamping ground, she’s played a variety of roles and curated cabarets. Her latest show, Piccolo Tales, set in the Piccolo Café Bar, celebrates the colourful characters of the Cross.

    DJ Soup
    Ex-pro-basketballer, DJ Soup, Aka John Blake is half of the hip hop duo, Fonke Knomaads. Soup DJ’ed in the Cross throughout the decade and as well as being a producer and international festival DJ, he’s also released his own albums.

    Ingrid Van Beek
    As Medical Director at the Kirkton Road Centre from 1989 until earlier this year, Ingrid helped set up the Sydney Medically Supervised Injecting Centre in Kings Cross where she was also Medical Director for 8 years.

    Free event suitable for 18+. There is limited capacity for this popular series, so bookings are recommended.

    Kings Cross Library
    Saturday 4 November 2017 from 4pm to 5pm
  • Speak your Mind: Technology
    Tuesday 7 November 2017
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    This new series of topical panels feature unique Australian voices from fiction authors and academics to activists and experts. Offering readers and writers diverse perspectives on feminism, climate change, wellness, technology and race, this is a great opportunity to join in the conversation.

    Technology plays a pivotal role in our daily lives; in the way we work, communicate, shop and spend our time. This panel explores surveillance, connectivity, the changing workplace and the role of technology in consumerism.

    Our panellists

    Mike Quigley – Changing Jobs
    As the first employee of the Australian NBN company and its CEO for 4 years, Mike is now Adjunct Professor at UTS’ School of Computing and Communications.

    Jim Chalmers – Changing Jobs
    As Labor MP and Shadow Minister for Finance, Jim was Chief of Staff to the Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer before being elected to Parliament. With a PhD in political science and international relations, he’s the author of Glory Daze.

    Lyn McLean – Wireless Wise Families
    As Australia’s foremost consumer advocate on the issue of electromagnetic radiation (EMR), Lyn monitors and writes on the subject. Publisher of quarterly periodical, EMR and Health, she’s also Director of EMR Australia.

    Richard Denniss – Affluenza
    Formerly head of the Australia Institute, Richard is now its Chief Economist. Moving between policy-focused roles in academia, federal politics and think-tanks, he co-authored Affluenza and writes for the AFR and The Monthly.

    Claire Corbett – Watch Over Me
    Claire’s worked in film and government policy. After publishing her first novel, When We Have Wings, her fiction essays have been published in Southerly and Overland. She also writes on defence for The Diplomat and The Monthly.

    Free event suitable ages 18+. Bookings are essential.

    Presented by City of Sydney in collaboration with Better Read Than Dead.

    The gallery space at Newtown Library is unfortunately only accessible by stairs.

    Newtown Library
    Tuesday 7 November 2017 from 6.30pm to 7.30pm
  • Curious Science: The business of Science and Tech Careers
    Wednesday 8 November 2017
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    City of Sydney Library joins forces with Inspiring Australia to investigate some cutting-edge research. In our final series, we’re looking at Australia’s deficit in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) skills. Join us for one or all of our Curious Science series from September to November 2017.

    Experts lead a talk and Q&A exploring how to prepare young Australians for the future. With STEM disciplines being key to our economic growth and social wellbeing, our STEM skills shortage has become a national priority.

    Around 44% of jobs will be automated, making STEM skills invaluable, alongside creative problem-solving and digital literacy. The World Economic Forum estimates the majority of today’s primary school-aged kids will end up working in jobs that don’t yet exist and by 2020, 75% of all jobs are likely to involve STEM.

    The business case for STEM careers
    Australia’s STEM skill shortage has been identified as a future risk to many leading businesses who say that we don’t have the talent to meet future workplace demand. If just 1% of Australians moved into STEM roles by 2035, they could deliver a $57.4 million economic benefit.

    Discover why business and government are collaborating to encourage more students into STEM studies and prepare them for future careers.

    Speakers

    Tess Arriotti, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Samsung Australia
    As a corporate responsibility professional, Tess leads community investment and sustainability initiatives. With specialist skills in corporate communications, PR and marketing of social impact projects, she focuses on how government, corporate and not-for-profit sectors can create stronger communities.

    Jackie Randles, Manager, Inspiring Australia (NSW)
    Jackie finds creative ways to get STEM professionals and community members collaborating. She’s driven by extending the reach of STEM programs and promoting the relevance of science, technology and innovation to everyday life.

    Bookings recommended for this free event.

    Ultimo Library
    Wednesday 8 November 2017 from 6pm to 7pm
  • Unity gaming for beginners
    Saturday 11 November 2017
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    Get a hands-on introduction to building worlds in our 3-hour workshop for beginners. Explore the cross-platform game environment, Unity, and learn the basics of 2D and 3D modelling.

    Led by Coder Factory facilitators and library staff, you’ll build the confidence to keep exploring and building your own games at home. Unity is free software that is easy to access on any computer.

    Coder Academy
    Home to the famous coding bootcamp, this is the space to go to learn coding and web programming. Since 2013, this savvy school has been giving the coding curious the means to reach their tech dreams. Combining skill and know-how, they’re helping to shape even the wildest of visions.

    This workshop is suitable for people 16+. Participants should be confident using a computer, but no experience with programming or gaming is necessary. With a maximum of 8 participants, bookings are essential.

    Customs House is wheelchair friendly.

    Customs House Library
    Saturday 11 November 2017 from 12.30pm to 3.30pm
  • Speak your Mind: Race
    Tuesday 21 November 2017
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    This new series of topical panels feature unique Australian voices from fiction authors and academics to activists and experts. Offering readers and writers diverse perspectives on feminism, climate change, wellness, technology and race, this is a great opportunity to put your questions to the panel and join in the conversation.

    This panel explores the diversity of Australia through fiction, memoir and non-fiction writing. The discussion focuses on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ perspectives and multiculturalism – tackling the issues of incarceration, sexuality, stereotypes and feminism.

    Our panellists

    Peter Polites – Down the Hume
    Of Greek descent, Peter wrote and performed Three Jerks about the Cronulla riots and has been commissioned to write a play about the migrant experience in Western Sydney. Down The Hume is his first novel.

    Jenevieve Chang – Good Girl of Chinatown
    Born in Taiwan, Jenevieve worked for China’s first Vaudeville Burlesque club and has performed her family stories for the Sydney Writer’s Festival.

    Amal Awad – Beyond Veiled Cliches
    Writer, journalist, author and public speaker, Amal has written for SBS Life and ELLE and is a producer for ABC Radio National. She’s authored Courting Samira and Beyond Veiled Clichés: The Real Lives of Arab Women.

    Megan Williams – #JustJustice
    A Wiradjuri descendant, Megan is a Senior Lecturer at UTS with extensive experience drawing out insights from research. She’s also active in the #JustJustice project, publishing examples of Aboriginal-led solutions to over-incarceration.

    Free event suitable ages 18+. Bookings are essential.

    Presented by City of Sydney in collaboration with Better Read Than Dead.

    The gallery space at Newtown Library is unfortunately only accessible by stairs.

    Newtown Library
    Tuesday 21 November 2017 from 6.30pm to 7.30pm
  • This is your black life: Kodie Vs Cope ST
    Thursday 23 November 2017
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    What free stuff have Aboriginal people received from the government? Should we move on from 1788? Should there be a special Tinder add on to tell you if you’re related to the blackfella you’re about to send a naked photo to? These are the hard-hitting questions Cope ST Collective will attempt in their final showing at Glebe Library of This is your black life.

    Using a mix of videos and live performance, This is your black life, will reveal the secret lives of each member of Indigenous arts collective Cope ST, in an absurd, insightful and comedic style that will be your entertaining monthly dose of Redfern gossip. No topic is off limits and no embarrassing anecdotal stone will be left unturned.

    Produced by City of Sydney and presented in collaboration with Cope ST.

    About Cope ST:
    Bjorn Stewart, Katie Beckett, Colin Kinchela and Kodie Bedford make up Cope ST, an Indigenous arts collective that banded together to make quirky art, theatre and multi-media projects that represented their nerd and weird interests. They rose to prominence in 2016 when their comedy video How to do Blackface went viral. The group wrote and performed sci-fi comedy One of the Good Ones, to much acclaim at Sydney’s Red Rattler for a season and will appear on the upcoming comedy sketch show The Slot on Fox 8 later in the year.

    See other events in the This is your black life series
    – Thursday 31 August: Kodie Vs Bjorn
    – Thursday 28 September: Kodie Vs Colin
    – Thursday 26 October: Kodie Vs Katie
    Bookings recommended, however there will be a standby queue on just prior to the start of the show.

    Glebe Library is wheelchair friendly.

    Glebe Library
    Thursday 23 November 2017 from 8pm to 9pm
  • Design on Show: Creative artificial intelligence
    Saturday 25 November 2017
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    In partnership with University of New South Wales Art & Design, join leading designers, Oliver Bown and Kazjon Grace, in a talk and Q&A. Discussing emerging techniques for automating the creation of art, music, literature, architecture and object design, they ask – is this the death of all authors?

    Known by various names from procedural content creation to creative artificial intelligence or AI, these developments are transforming the creative industries. Architects are optimising generative building designs with automated building analytics tools and companies are offering computer-generated music at reduced cost.

    Our experts consider how generative technologies might respond to the demands of augmented and virtual reality content creation. They look at how music consumers and gamers might start to create their own soundtracks as well as how the automated generation of memes may contribute to ‘fake news.’

    Oliver Bown
    Senior Lecturer at the Interactive Media Lab at the University of New South Wales. Oliver’s background spans social anthropology, evolutionary and adaptive systems, music informatics and interaction design. Working with creative technologies, he’s created interactive works including Vivid Sydney and Aphex Twin.

    Kazjon (Kaz) Grace
    Lecturer in Computational Design at the University of Sydney. Kazjon’s research explores how computers can act as partners, rather than tools, in the design process. Kaz focuses on systems that inspire curiosity and encourage broader horizons: to eat and read more diversely and overcome design fixation.

    Interactive Media Lab
    An initiative of University of New South Wales Art & Design, this is a new open-access facility. Students and staff are welcome to share skills, discuss ideas and experiment with creative coding methods and interactive technologies.

    This free series is suitable for adults with an interest in creative design. Places are limited, so bookings are essential.

    Surry Hills Library is wheelchair friendly with an accessible toilet.

    Surry Hills Library
    Saturday 25 November 2017 from 2pm to 3pm
  • Late Night Library: The People’s Table 4
    Wednesday 29 November 2017
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    For our final Late Night Library series for 2017, we’re teaming up with Sydney-based political theatre company Filibuster. Four unique and immersive experiences are like no other past Late Night Library event.

    Democracy has had one too many drinks and it’s time for an intervention. Filibuster invites you to be our guest at The People’s Table. Each night 3 of Sydney’s most dynamic performance artists will throw a proverbial thought-bomb at a table of diverse Sydney locals. The best bit is you get to watch.

    The People’s Table – People that don’t know how to vote.

    “Micro/major/minor/mini-parties… huh? I guess the Greens have the inside scoop given the colour of the House of Representatives ballot paper, right? We still use paper? I’ve never listened to the people handing out the instruction manual at the gate. I’ve trouble reading. I’m way in over my head below this line. No idea what you’re doing? You’re not alone. We’re bringing together the cleverest artists we could source with 12 people that don’t know how to vote. Will clarity prevail? Find out at The People’s Table.”

    Set in the Customs House Library Reading Room, The People’s Table is a public dinner conversation for all.
    Customs House is wheelchair accessible.
    It’s best to book but you can join the stand-by queue on the evening. We look forward to you joining The People’s Table.

    Customs House Library
    Wednesday 29 November 2017 from 8pm to 9pm