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Alaska Projects

See art, dance, music, theatre, film and live performance all in a disused car park.
By Quinn Connors
January 11, 2017
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Alaska Projects

See art, dance, music, theatre, film and live performance all in a disused car park.
By Quinn Connors
January 11, 2017
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Set in the basement of the Kings Cross Car Park, Alaska Projects is one of Sydney's most unconventional gallery spaces. Open on Fridays and Saturdays, it not only holds regular exhibitions but also hosts an entire events program with film screenings, musical performances and readings. The artist-run initiative shines a spotlight on new and exciting works from dozens of Australian artists, across mediums including painting, sculpture, video, photography, performance and more. Alaska Projects also features an outpost for the ultra arty bookshop Big Ego Books, where you can enrich your inner art nerd and discover obscure works and hard to find titles.

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