In a win for local, live music and independent art in Sydney’s inner west, the heritage-listed Marrickville Town Hall will become a live music venue.
The Inner West Council voted to convert the space, located at 96-106 Marrickville Road, into a live music and performing arts centre.
The renovation work (start date tba) will take place in consultation with multicultural communities.
Almost a century old, the Marrickville Town Hall was opened on 11 February 1922, …
With the announcement of the Inquiry into the arts in August, now is the time to advocate for the sector like never before. There is a plethora of evidence for the impacts of the arts, cultural and creative industries on all aspects of our lives, from the economy through to education. But it’s not just about the information we present: it’s about how we communicate it.
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Australia is home to close to 400,000 Greeks who contribute in one way or another to keep their heritage alive through celebrations, arts, cuisine, language and education.
For years Greek parents and grandparents have laid out the foundations for the generations that have followed through cultural organisations, to lobby groups to even the milk bars and eateries scattered throughout the country.
Three young Greeks explore and tell Neos Kosmos how their Greek heritage has shaped …