Culture At Work is an artist-led Australian Research Institute. As an art/science hub it aims to inspire future generations of creative thinkers through collaborations, studio residencies, exhibitions, public talks and public programs. It has a research committee of artists, scientists and educators who support innovation across disciplines and experimental projects by providing studio residency programs.…
The Star is planning a number of upgrades and will lodge a development application with the Department of Planning and Environment. Known as “Modification 14” the application will include aesthetic, structural and functional improvements designed to enhance the overall experience for visitors to The Star and guests at the Astral Hotel. The proposed works vary…
The Star has lodged its official submission outlining a decrease in the number of violent incidents at the venue to the NSW Government’s Liquor Law Review announced by Deputy Premier Troy Grant in February.
The NSW Business Chamber has extended an invitation for PUCC members to the launch of its business awards this coming Wednesday. The evening will also see the launch of the new Sydney CBD Business Chamber.
The sixth incarnation of the Pyrmont Festival is happening at Pirrama Park on Friday May 13 – Sunday May 22. Showcasing an abundance of wines from the Mudgee region and a delicious array of fine foods alongside photographic exhibitions and art displays, this ten-day program promises to be the perfect way to experience all that…
With innovative new startups popping up all around Sydney and the Pyrmont Ultimo precinct, they can’t all be housed in suburban garages a la Steve Jobs. This month in Starting Up we look at flexible workspace Wotso WorkSpace.
We are thrilled to report the success of our networking event with tech startup Netstripes, Bizruption, last month on March 23.
After a fruitful 18-year history, we farewell the Sydney Morning Herald Growers Market this coming Saturday April 2. Starting from humble beginnings as one of Sydney’s first farmers’ markets, the event has grown to become an integral part of Sydney’s market culture.
The Star has hosted an array of eclectic and spectacular performing artists over the years, adding to Sydney’s vibrant nightlife and successful creative pursuits. There’s always a lot to look forward to, and this month we’re super excited to see appearances from some world-class artists.
Two years ago, UTS Civil Engineering and Business student Michael Childs created his own startup business selling affordable wine racks and wine storage systems. Today, the business is one of Australia’s leading wine storage providers.