Be prepared to discard all your preconceived notions of lacework.
Leave your mark on a growing lace sculpture
Wear your heart on a screen and let the world see how you’re feeling.
See Australia’s latest crop of innovative and ingenious products.
Award-winning innovations from the country’s leading engineers.
Rare, unique, historic and significant lace from all around the world.
Uncover TAFE NSW’s rich history and inspirational graduates in this exhibition.
Join a cycling tour around Sydney for lovers of lace and architecture.
A daring lacework guru displays her new pièce de résistance.
In between the worlds of art and design is all that is Known/Unknown
Traditional furniture is transformed into 21st-century objects.
When dusk falls, watch as these evocative images are transformed.
Explore how Australia engages creatively with the world.
Peer into the future of Australian cities in 40 years’ time.
Students and staff merge old and new technologies and attitudes.
Architect-designed buildings show that form can overtake fads.
Feast your eyes on a range of furniture, lighting and product design from emerging Australian designers
Sparks fly when traditional goldsmithing merges with new technology.
Intricate spiderwebs and discarded curios fill a paper attic.
Even the most dilapidated items can be repaired and remodelled.
An instantaneous spatial intervention, documenting and projecting the viewer’s experience of the recent past.
Watch the wind draw in this challenging exhibition.
Step back in time as you recreate the 1970s Green Bans walk.
A garden of patterned pinwheels connects with the community.
A 21st-century exhibition seasoned with 14th-century flavour.
Deconstructed musical instruments are transformed and reborn.
Australian and Japanese artists display their most desirable jewels.
A poetic fabric and fashion range pays homage to Banjo Patersen.
Densification creates a new skyline in Paris.
Time to take a new look at the most versatile of materials – concrete.
Brogues, winklepickers and thigh-high boots take centrestage.
New-generation designers offer inspired ideas for old problems.
Computer graphs and diagrams are replaced with unexpected items.
Studio design practices and industrial machines work hand in hand.
The Beatles’ eternal hit Yesterday is on the map again.
Cruise over to Darlo to view the future cycling headquarters.
Weird and wonderful products from Japan go under the microscope.