All About Women celebrates its fourth year in 2016 as part of the Sydney Opera House’s Ideas at the House program. It returns with a program bursting with innovators, culture-shakers, dreamers, thinkers and storytellers.
The festival aims to invigorate discussion on important issues and ideas that matter to women, and to bring global and Australian perspectives to the stages of the Sydney Opera House.
This year, I didn’t get to really experience the lights at Vivid Sydney as much as I would have liked to. If I had an event on during the week, I would check out some of the installations nearby, but it wasn’t as extensive as I have been able to do in previous years.
Luckily, my friend and workmate Michelle Blazevic offered to go and capture what she thought was the best from Vivid Sydney 2015. Click the link to see her best photos!
Photo above: ‘Transcendence’ at Martin Place.
Sydney’s annual lights, music and ideas festival, Vivid Sydney, is back on again this year from 22 May – 8 June 2015.
For 18 days, creative practitioners, corporate professionals, families and people of all generations take advantage of Sydney’s mild winter weather and engage with a truly spectacular event.
Will you be taking part?
Now in it’s sixth year, VIVID – Sydney’s annual light festival – needed to step it up for 2014.
Although there’s nothing wrong with taking the time to paint our already gorgeous city in colour, we wanted to see more than a flood of fluorescent selfies on Instagram.
Read on to see some of the ways VIVID offered us more than just a visual feast this year.
*Photography by Paula Mijares.