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FourFourOne’s own garden was the subject of much debate this year, with some saying the city should build a new one, while others pointed to the area’s historic role as a hub for arts and crafts.
But a new sculpture garden is set to make a comeback this weekend as the city works to revitalise its art and culture.
It is being opened by the Arts Council of NSW as part of the city’s annual Art of the Streets event, which has been running since 2012.
It will have a dedicated space for the public, with an exhibition space and a space for community art.
It’s a small space but it has a lot of potential, said Mr Perry, who was among the first to make his name working in the gardens of the former Sydney Opera House.
“It was the heart of Sydney.
It’s where people came to work and play,” he said.”
If you look at the history of the art in Sydney it’s not the best but it’s the best.””
It’s really exciting to see that it’s coming back.”‘
The future of Sydney’A large sculpture garden, including a public art gallery, is set for the heartland of the CBD at the heartlands of the arts, entertainment and fashion scene.
Mr Perry said the city needed to make the city centre “the future of NSW”.
“I think we have to look at our urban future,” he told FourFour.
“We need to look around the country and think what happens to the arts in the suburbs?”
The future is going to be more of a global city, he said, and it will be up to all of us to create that future for Sydney.
“The future isn’t about us and it’s certainly not about Sydney.
If we want to continue to grow and become a global hub for art and design and culture, then we have a responsibility to our people.”
A new sculpture gallery is set up at the centre of the new gardenThe sculpture garden will be open to the public on Saturday, March 20 from 12.30pm to 1.30am, and Sunday, March 21 from 12noon to 3pm.
It includes a public sculpture gallery where artists can present and perform their work, and a public plaza where art can be exhibited.
“A lot of people think it’s going to happen at the Opera House, but I don’t think it will,” Mr Perrie said.
It’ll be the first time Sydney has built a public artwork garden since the late 1970s, but Mr Perries was happy to see it return.
“I really believe that it will bring people back into the city and bring new people in,” he.
“You’ll see it in the summer months, and then the whole year it’s great.”
The City Council of Sydney said the park will also be home to an indoor playground, a community gallery and an outdoor garden area for artists and people who are looking for a change of scenery.
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