Biennale of Sydney – 2020
Join Sue Gardiner for the opening of the 22nd Biennale of Sydney in March 2020.
Spend time during the opening week visiting all the key venues including the industrial yet magnificent Cockatoo Island, the MCA and the Art Gallery of New South Wales, take in artist talks, meet artists and curators and more. Always an action packed few days of amazing and challenging art and vibrant and engaging conversation.
Visit the Biennale of Sydney 2020 website.
Brook Andrew added: “NIRIN is not a periphery, it is our centre, and it expresses dynamic existing and ancient practices that speak loudly. NIRIN decentres, challenges and transforms dominant narratives, such as the 2020 Captain Cook anniversary in Australia and reorients Western mapping, shining a light on sites of being that are often ignored or rendered invisible. NIRIN is an inspirational journey driven by stories and grass-root practices, realised through twisting perceptions, moments of transition and a sense of being in the world that is interconnected.”
Seven themes inspire NIRIN: DHAAGUN (Earth: Sovereignty and Working Together); BAGARAY-BANG (Healing); YIRAWY–DHURAY (Yam-Connection: Food); GURRAY (Transformation); MURIGUWAL GIILAND (Different Stories); NGAWAAL-GUYUNGAN (Powerful-Ideas: The Power of Objects); and BILA (River: Environment).
Guide: Sue Gardiner
Tour Dates: 12 March 2020 – 16 March 2020
Day 1. Thursday 12 March 2020
Today we depart to Sydney around noon for a relaxing afternoon and evening to prepare for a full day of Biennale action. For those needing their fill of shopping this is your time.
Day 2. Friday 13 March 2020
Today we spend the day being some of the first to visit various venues. Tonight is the Biennale opening party.
Day 3. Saturday 14 March 2020
Today we will visit more Biennale venues which may include travelling out to the Campnbelltown Arts Centre
Day 4. Sunday 15 March 2020
Today we take in artist talks and visit Cockatoo Island
Day 5. Monday 16 March 2020
Check our and head to the airport for our late morning flight to Auckland
- Flights on Air NZ in The Works to Sydney
- Accommodation at the Sofitel Wentworth, including breakfast
- Transfers, Taxis, Ubers and Ferry as required
- VIP Package for the Biennale opening
- Sue Gardiner as your art guide
- A Tour Manager
- Anything not included in the final itinerary
- Travel Insurance
Costs: Suggested Cost of $2959.00 per person twin share an $3549.00 for your own room
Cancellation & deposit and other terms and conditions apply.
Minimum 10 Maximum 16 Guests