the 107 Blog

  • The Interview:  Celebrating the Underdog! Words Fay Edwards From behind Maddie sits in an armchair, with her head turned towards the camera, flashing a smile underneath a spotlight during filming for PLATFORM Live. Find Crips & Creeps on Instagram and
  • The Interview:  ‘Belonging’ with Jess Cook 107’s Managing Director Words Fay Edwards ‘Belonging’. It’s something I most strongly associate as being an academic concept studied during the dreary years of high school. But it’s a feeling that’s popped up throughout
  • “My place” was a place to take risks and feel safe Mary Lynne Pidcock on making communities Words Mary Lynne Pidcock Interview Fay Edwards Images Jessica Lindsay, City of Sydney Mary Lynne Pidcock is the chair of the 107 board, president
  • Livin’ the Dream Exhibition Documentation by Campbell Henderson 7 Jun 2017 – 18 Jun 2017 Livin’ the Dream is a surreal collection of contemporary ceramic installations. Each, in their own way, examine the mystifying logic and tactile sensations of the
  • An update from Christine Davey winner of The New Plot 2016 Words by Christine Daveys In April this year, Christine was awarded The New Plot playwriting award for her short work, The Last Tiger. As part of the prize, she is
  • Redfern End of Days Exhibition Documentation by Campbell Henderson Redfern End of Days was an exhibition of paintings by James Stephenson held from 10th May 2017 – 21st May 2017. Redfern End Of Days is a series of plein air paintings depicting
  • Shit Talk / Real Talk 13 April – 30 April 2017107 Window Box The 107 Window Box curators believe that art should exist as a dynamic part of its local social ecosystem. Ariel Ruby’s practice explores a range of materials
  • The New Plot Words Amy Willing Developed by Actors Centre Australia & 107. 29th March – 9th April 2017 107 Projects and Actors Centre Australia (ACA) launched The New Plot in 2016, a new development award for Australian Playwrights. The
  • Lachlan Herd’s Bioshperes  Words Sean MaroneyImage Andrew Perić The NOW now is a semi-regular festival of experimental and Lachlan Herd’s work, Biospheres, is in the window box until Sunday, April 9th. Sydney’s CBD sparkles with cash and its suburbs abound in
  • Here’s why we’ve opened a co-working space (and what you can do there) Words Amy WillingImage Paul Van Kan The Social Space is open as a co-working space from 11am, Tuesday-Sunday. Closed on Mondays. Our co-working space is free, but chuck a donation
  • The Interview:  Clayton Thomas: Keeping in touch with optimism Words Brittney MikrutImage Clayton Thomas In honour of all the work our curators have done to give artists an event to showcase their creativity, we sat down with Clayton Thomas to learn
  • Koori Gras Words Amy Willing 21 Feb 2017 – 26 Feb 2017 Koori Gras was a vibrant showcase of unique First Peoples culture and community. Curated by Tim J Bishop, Liza-mare Syron, and Mish Sparks (Mod Productions), Koori Gras was