We pay respect to the Traditional Custodians and First Peoples of NSW, and acknowledge their continued connection to their country and culture. The Powerhouse was established in 1879 in the Garden Palace which emerged from a history of 19th Century grand exhibition halls, including the Grand Palais. These companies have a commitment to excellence in performance, and to engaging in new and creative ways of entertaining and inspiring people. Director Professor John Shine AO, FAA . Funding opportunities offered by other NSW Government organisations. The NSW cultural institutions manage significant cultural heritage collections and provide services and programs throughout the state and beyond. The Powerhouse will be highly connected through multiple transport links and integrate into the fine grain of the city, presenting a program of new large-scale events for up to 10,000 people that will expand the annual cultural calendar of Sydney. Exterior Powerhouse. You can view the full EIS and Response to Submissions Report on the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment website here. The Powerlab will feature digital studios to support music and screen industries alongside co-working spaces, education and community spaces. Time-lapse record of building and visitor activity on the Powerhouse Museum forecourt, shot from Level 7 at 579 Harris Street during the 2011-2013 Revitalisation Project. Our vision is – To be the leading Museum of applied arts and sciences; inspiring communities and transforming our world. It will be a place designed to constantly evolve in response to the needs of its growing communities. The report outlines design developments to the new flagship Museum, that continue to improve the public domain, enhance the connectivity of the site through the Civic Link to the riverfront and create a high-quality overall visitor experience. It will set a new international benchmark in experiential learning through the creation of an immensely scaled 360-degree screen space, unique to Australia. Create in NSW is a ten year framework for contemporary NSW. Resources for cultural diversity in the creative sector, Feedback, Complaints, Privacy and Government Information, COVID-19 support for the small-medium arts and screen sector, CASP 2021 Regional Arts Development Organisation contacts, Talking fellowships and practice with 2019 Create NSW and Visual Arts Emerging Fellow Shivanjani Lal, Michaela Gleave’s messages of hope and love to fill Sydney’s sky, NSW Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Strategy 2015 – 2018: Connection, Culture, Pathways, Create in NSW: The NSW Arts and Cultural Policy Framework, Sydney Opera House Stage One Renewal and Joan Sutherland Theatre Upgrade, Spiral Gallery Bega unveils a new exhibition Always Was Always Will Be for NAIDOC Week 2020, The award-winning story of world-renowned dance company Bangarra Dance Theatre lights up the screen in Firestarter – The Story of Bangarra, Always Was, Always Will Be. On 28 April 2018, the NSW Government announced the relocation of the Powerhouse Museum to Parramatta. Our vision is – To be the leading Museum of applied arts and sciences; inspiring communities and transforming our world. Please use the information on this page to contact the government department or agency directly.Please contact us if this page requires updates. Support for independent artists and small to medium arts, screen and cultural organisations impacted by COVID-19. The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences acknowledges Australia’s First Nations Peoples as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land and gives respect to the Elders – past and present – and through them to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Op-ed by Majhid Heath, Always Was, Always Will Be. The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences has a vast and diverse collection of over 500,000 objects. Through a changing program of commissioned works, the 360-degree screen program will provide distinctive experiences immersing students and audiences in science, astronomy and technology. Read more. The Museum holds a vast and diverse collection built up over more than 130 years. Creative Kids provides artists, cultural practitioners, and arts and cultural organisations across NSW with opportunities to reach new audiences and grow business.