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Sydney will now have the world's most visited multi-sensory exhibition experience. Van Gogh Alive is the large-scale, multi-sensory experience that has inspired over 6 million people across 50 cities around the world including Rome, Milan, Berlin, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Moscow and several more.

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If you've seen this exhibition only via the Internet, then brace yourself for an experience in art that you'll never forget.

Van Gogh Alive
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Revitalise all your senses and challenge your beliefs in a completely unique, stimulating exhibition.

Van Gogh Alive
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Melbourne-based Bruce Peterson created Van Gogh Alive using Grande Exhibitions' state-of-the-art SENSORY4™ system. This system uses multi-channel motion graphics beamed through up to 40 high-definition projectors with cinema-quality surround sound. Exhibition patrons will be in awe of the thrilling displays using over 3,000 enormous crystal-clear images that are beamed across walls, columns and floors. At such a huge scale, the vivid brushstrokes and unique details of Van Gogh's work will have the audience spellbound.

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The digital spectacular opens on Friday 18 September 2020 for a strictly limited COVID-aware season at The Royal Hall of Industries. The Royal Hall of Industries is registered as a COVID-safe venue

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Tickets will be on sale soon. Go on the waitlist to find out first.

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Venue: Royal Hall of Industries, adjacent to the Entertainment Quarter, 1 Driver Ave, Moore Park. Wheelchair accessible.

Opens: From Friday 18 September for a strictly limited season

Opening Hours: Monday to Wednesday from 10am to 6pm; Thursday to Sunday from 10am to 9pm


Prices: From $30

Car Parking: Two-hour free parking is available in the Wilson 'EQ Carpark'.

Taxi: There is a managed taxi rank opposite the venue on Errol Flynn Boulevard.

Public Transport: The Royal Hall of Industries is accessible by bus and light rail, with trains that connect to each. See for details.

Light Rail: Take the L2 Randwick Line. Alight at Moore Park, then 5min stroll.

Bus: Alight at 'Anzac Parade, near Lang Road', then 5-8min stroll.
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Why? The world’s most acclaimed and visited multi-sensory Exhibition
When: 18 September, 2020 onwards
Where: Royal Hall of Industries, 1 Driver Ave, Moore Park, Sydney
Cost: from $30 per person
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