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CSA NSW June 2017 event with Vivid Sydney light installation artists Aly and Balthasar Indermuehle,

Circular Quay, Tuesday June 6th, 6.30 pm


I am very pleased to announce that our June event will be a very special celebration of Vivid Sydney 2017. The evening will begin with a talk and slide presentation by prolific light installation artist Aly Indermuehle and her husband, astrophysicist Dr Balthasar Indermuehle, who have collaborated on two of this year’s installations, Connections and Light Waves. The talk will be held at the Julian Ashton Art School in George Street, the Rocks, and the Indermuehles will then guide us on a tour of their works and other highlights of the festival around Circular Quay and the Opera House.



Tuesday 6th June, 6.30 pm sharp for the talk and slide presentation at the Julian Ashton Art School, to be followed by the walk around Circular Quay and The Rocks leaving at approximately 7.00 pm.



Meet at the Julian Ashton Art School, 2nd Floor, 117 George St, The Rocks. Access is via the stairs beside the Baker’s Oven Café. Ashton’s is a few minutes’ walk from Circular Quay railway station and ferries. Inquiries phone 0416 737 559.



Pre-booking essential

Tickets: $30 non-members/ $20 members/ $15 students, including light refreshments.


RSVP Sunday June 4.

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