• Radio Blah Blah

    On Tuesday December 1 we’re hosting our end-of-year celebration of student work at the beautiful Giant Dwarf Theatre. Radio Blah Blah is a collection of radio plays written by our students, and they’ll be performed live by both students and actors with live sound effects and image projections. It’s free and there’s a barbecue beforehand […]

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    Last night, I was thrilled and humbled to be named the 2016 NSW Local Hero in the Australian of the Year Awards. I was also extremely surprised, as my fellow nominees are an incredible bunch and would have been excellent winners. Huge congrats to Lana and Roger Borg (who are feeding the homeless near Penrith); […]

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    You know it’s closing in on the end of the year when our Annual Report has been published! The good news is we don’t do boring; our report has an introduction and musings by The Book Thief author Markus Zusak, meet and greets with some of our awesome students, poems and stories, and a whole […]

  • Gericaults toy horse-pil on canvas-34x47cm-2015-3

    Last week saw some fierce bidding over some truly exquisite pieces of artwork for our Fine Lines art auction, and we’re very excited and incredibly grateful to announce the auction helped to raise $62,000 for the Sydney Story Factory, which will go towards our creative writing programs! An enormous thank you to everyone who bid, and lots […]

  • Blak Douglas, The Art of Eating, inspired by Chopsticks by 10-year-old Rock.

    As of right now, Fine Lines is live online! Fine Lines is an exhibition and online auction of artworks inspired by poetry and song, and it’s our major biennial fundraising event. Over 40 of Australia’s leading artists have donated a work,  including this year’s Archibald Prize winner, Nigel Milsom, Locust Jones, Catherine Cassidy, James Powditch, Jason Benjamin, Bronwyn […]

  • Gericaults toy horse-pil on canvas-34x47cm-2015-3

    Our fundraising art exhibition and auction, Fine Lines, goes live online this Friday, 2nd October, at Fine Lines is a unique exhibition of artworks inspired or influenced by poetry. More than 45 of Australia’s leading artists have donated an artwork related to a poem, including this year’s Archibald Prize winner Nigel Milsom, James Powditch, […]

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