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* SYDNEY Art History
Rocks Windmill – peering through a window into the world of the colourful characters of The Rocks, Sydney
- Friday 12 April to Sunday 12 May 2013
- Rocks Square, The Rocks
- 90% of the event program is FREE
Meet the people who lived, laboured and loitered around the area. A joint initiative between Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
Rocks Windmill, a four-storey windmill staging a series of fascinating events exploring the history and culture of The Rocks through art, science and the imagination
Rich history and cultural heritage of The Rocks comes to life this weekend, as Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority launches a thought-provoking and visually stunning interpretive icon in the heart of one of Sydney’s foremost arts hubs.
Known as ‘The Rocks Windmill’, the striking large-scale temporary installation, acts as a functioning wheat-grind as well as a vibrant and intimate 40-seated venue. A month-long cultural event program gives voice to the centuries-old design of Sydney’s fascinating heritage precinct, while also delving into contemporary subjects around urban sustainability.
WHAT: The Rocks Windmill
WHERE: Rocks Square, The Rocks
WHEN: Friday 12 April to Sunday 12 May, 2013
9am – 5pm Monday – Friday. Plus various times for programmed events
COST: 90% of the event program is FREE, however spaces are limited and bookings are required
INFO and BOOKINGS: therocks.com
Rocks Windmill history and culture of The RocksShare