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Clay Dynasty

11 October 2021 – 29 January 2023

Major exhibition to chart the diversity of studio ceramics in Australia - a collaboration with Aileen Sage Architects, AX Interactive, supported by Brickworks.

Eucalyptusdom

11 October 2021 – 28 August 2022

400 objects that reckon with our cultural history and ever-changing relationships with the gum tree. Powerhouse Ultimo, 11 October 2021 – 28 August 2022.
Closed

Lunar New Year

Duration: From 5–9pm
Finished 3 February 2022
Powerhouse Museum

To mark Lunar New Year, the Powerhouse Museum will partner with City of Sydney and Korean Cultural Centre to host an after-hours celebration. A selection of dance, music, and culinary delights that honour Korean culture will accompany an exploration of the Museum and Five Hundred Arhats.

 

ROVING FASHION SHOWCASE

7 – 8.45 pm
Interstitial spaces
Contemporary Hanbok by MiranDay Designs

 

WORKSHOP

5.30 – 7 pm
Theatrette, Level 3
Kimchi making with Heather Jeong
6 – 8 pm
The Lab, Level 2
Bokjumeoni fortune pouches making with artist Taerim Claire Jeon
5 – 9 pm
Theatrette Foyer, Level 2
Lantern Making with Jongpobpsa Temple

 

MUSIC AND DANCE PERFORMANCE

6.15 – 6.25 pm and
8.15 -8.25 pm
Entrance, Level 3
 K-Pop performance by IMI Dance Studio

 

TALKS

6.30 – 7 pm
Exhibition Space, Level 3
Min-Jung Kim, curator Five Hundred Arhats exhibition tour
7.30 – 8 pm
Theatre, Level 2
Miranda Day, Hanbok Designer, provides context to her designs and speaks about how raising awareness of traditional clothing generates new interest in Korean culture and textiles.

 

PUBLIC PROGRAM

5 – 9 pm
Kings Cinema, Level 2
Connecting Hearts, Temple Stay

 

MUSIC

DJ Merph
Curated by FBi Radio

 

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PARTNERS

Korean Cultural Centre Australia
City of Sydney
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Free event as part of Powerhouse Late. Thursdays from 5pm. No bookings required. 

Read about the COVID Safe measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe when visiting the Museum here.