CULTURE AT WORK 2019 SPONSOR – THE STAR
Last Sunday each month 9-10am / FREE
CULTURE AT WORK is grateful for the support of a 2019 community grant from The Star.
Our family workshops are designed to bring the whole family and extended family together to play and create, experiment using a range of great play materials including Magformers, Little Bits, Lego and craft. CULTURE AT WORK is 10 years old this year on 24 Feb 2019.
Our education program is based on the theoretical framework of Lev Vygotsky, a Russian psychologist and amazing thinker. He observed children learning incrementally from engaging with another person. This process is called the Zone of Proximal Development or the ZPD. CULTURE AT WORK bases its programs and residencies on the work of Lev Vygotsky. That is why we invite parents and grandparents to come and learn and play with children and grandchildren. We can all learn from each other. Come and PLAY!
VIVID IDEAS 2017
13 jun 2017 Tue 6pm-8pm
CULTURE AT WORK will be hosting a panel discussion between artists, scientists and business strategists at the Chau Chak Building.
Jennie Feyen 2016 CULTURE AT WORK Artist in Residence
Public Talk & Drinks 6-8pm Thur 15 Dec
Exhibition 11-4pm Fr 16, Sat 17, Sun 18 Dec 11-4 / FREE
Jennie Feyen is currently in a 2016 Art-Science Residency at CULTURE AT WORK. Beneath The Surface is an art-science hybrid film that presents the ocean as a sophisticated life force and incorporate the scientific findings of Sydney-based researchers in marine ecology and coastal urbanisation.
LAURA JADE – BRAIN LIGHT PROJECT – RESIDENCY 2015
11-17 Jun 2015 11am-4pm Closed Monday / FREE
Laura Jade’s Brain Light Project and exhibition at CULTURE AT WORK’s Accelerator Gallery integrates biology and illumination design into an interactive, sculpture cut from perspex, and engraved with dendrites.
CULTURE AT WORK Blue Carbon: Creative Sparks
Feb-Aug 2015 / Sponsored
Creative Sparks – Blue Carbon, (2014-2015) is a creative art-science education program that will include 250 primary school students from five inner city primary schools and one primary school in the Penrith and one in Mudgee area.
Culture at Work Art+Science Residency – Adam Sebire
The thermographic image reveals to us digitally what cannot be seen with the naked eye: heat. Thermal imagery also anonymises a person’s identity. I will produce a HD documentary video diptych or triptych, for exhibition at Culture at Work, and then beyond.
Sponsors and Partners 2015-16
Sponsorship and Partners
CULTURE AT WORK is passionate about collaborating with partners and sponsors on projects inspiring future generations of creative thinkers at our art-science creative hub.
Supporters and Partners include: