Art is more than a picture or a painting hanging off a nail on a wall. Art can be moving, living, breathing. It can be many things and also different things to many people. A finger painting to one, a masterpiece to another. You don't have to be an expert to be a critic, however, there is a unique outdoor art experience about to wow and surprise Sydneysiders, and I'm certain they will leave a positive impression on one and all.
The Sirens are described as "a performance group of four-metre tall divas dazzled in a kaleidoscope of flashing lights". Fresh from the Adelaide Fringe Festival, these audio-visual illusionists are a spectacular vision with their glowing gowns and operatic vocals, assured to send chills down your spine and your camera into overdrive.
With free 30 minute performances throughout April at Harbourside Darling Harbour, don't miss this opportunity to experience the magic of their world. There will also be a chance to interact and take photos with the performers before and after the show, which will be held at Habourside's Amphitheatre
You can experience The Sirens, a magical performance of moving art, from Thursday to Sunday from 6pm - 8.30pm starting April 7 and ending 1st May. There will be two performances, 6-7pm and 7.30-8.30. Don't miss it.