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Online Exhibitions - August 2020 (Sydney)

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Published July 29th 2020
Explore these exhibitions from the comfort of your home
This August, many museums and galleries across Sydney will be showcasing exhibits online. With COVID-19 still present, this list is perfect for those who prefer to explore the world of art, photographs, sculptures and more in the comfort of their homes.

1. Developing Sydney: Capturing Change 1900-1920

This exhibition showcases the streets of Sydney in the early 20th century through a virtual tour. There are photographs commissioned by Sydney Municipal Council from 1900 to 1920. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Australian National Maritime Museum Facebook


2. Sea of Rainbow

This digital exhibition recognises and celebrates the "hidden histories" of LGBTQI people at sea. The stunning black and white photographs were shot by internationally acclaimed Sydney photographer Paul Freeman, who is famous for his nude portraits of sports stars. Click here for the website.

3. Waves of Migration

This exhibition discovers Australia's migration history, personal stories of immigration. You can see the online Waves Lightshow, Collection Stories, Australia's Immigration History, and search your family history. Click here for the website.

4. Britains Child Migrants

This online exhibition showcases The Departure, Empire and Dominions, The Voyage, New Lands, New Life, and Reflection, Remembering and Reunion. Click here for the website.

5. War Brides

The online exhibition includes Meet the Brides, First Impressions, Meeting and Courtship, Getting Married, Passage, and Life in the USA & Australia. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Australian National Maritime Museum Facebook


6. Australians in the Korean War 1950-53

This online exhibition is designed to reflect on the significance of the 70th-anniversary outbreak of the Korean War, as well as to remember the 'forgotten faces' of Australian Korean War veterans. Click here for the website.

7. Museum of Contemporary Art Online Exhibits

There are online 'rooms' where you can 'enter' as though you are entering into a physical exhibition and explore the Anya Pesce, Home-Jody Graham, Mothers Day Group, Diana Watson-Solo Show, Two Worlds & In Between, and many more online exhibitions. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from M Contemporary Facebook


8. Campbelltown Arts Centre- NIREN: 22nd Biennale of Sydney

This expansive exhibition of contemporary art connects local communities and global networks. NIRIN features across six venues, however, Campbelltown Arts Centre is showcasing the Campbelltown Arts Centre exhibition online and features international and local artists to Southwest Sydney. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Campbelltown Arts Centre Facebook


9. Art Gallery of New South Wales

Online exhibitions/collections include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, Asian Art, Australian Art, Contemporary Art, Pacific Art, Photography, and Western Art. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Art Gallery of New South Wales Facebook


10. Sea Monsters: Prehistoric Ocean Predators

The Australian National Maritime Museum is showcasing the Sea Monsters: Prehistoric Ocean Predators online exhibition. Take a glimpse inside the exhibition as well as the Timelapse Installation video. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Australian National Maritime Museum Facebook


11. Shelter Domestics Online Exhibition

The Gallery Lane Cove is showcasing the Shelter Domestics exhibition which features the unusual current situation of home life where boundaries of private and public are blurred and at times, interchanged. The exhibition features works from artists across the world. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Gallery Lane Cove Creative Studios Facebook


12. Adaptation Exhibition

Adaption highlights artists living with a disability or chronic illness. This exhibition showcases the fantastic artists who have adapted their artistic expression to the challenges and new potentials of working with their body. Click here for the website.

13. A Familiar Place I've Never Seen

This exhibit features artists Jomakhan Jafari and Danny Kennedy, who interviewed Western Sydney residents about their dreams and turned their interviews into Persian calligraphy and photography. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre Facebook


14. Wildlife Photographer of the Year

This powerful exhibit showcases the beauty and fragility of the natural world. Some of the photographs are featured on this online exhibit. Click here for the website.

Image Courtesy from Australian National Maritime Museum Facebook

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Why? Online exhibitions for all interests
When: 1-31 August 2020
Where: Online
Cost: Free
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