What’s on – 294

October 28, 2016
Newtown Festival It’s that time of year when Camperdown Memorial Rest Park is over-run with music lovers. Seriously, last year over 90,000 people came, with that number (or more) expected this time. This year’s line-up […]

Inner Best: Dulwich Hill High School

September 2, 2016
The suburb’s beating heart is colourful, artistic and aesthetically pleasing. And it’s all thanks to the young visionaries of Dulwich Hill. Nestled in the heart of Dulwich Hill is Dulwich High School of Visual Arts […]

Village Made – Part 1

August 19, 2016
Welcome to our village, where local merchants, bakers, brewers and chefs still craft their edible wares on site, by hand. Go for a gander along our local streets to try some of Dulwich Hill’s tasty […]

Your say: should street art be encouraged?

August 19, 2016
Do you think street art should be encouraged? “As long as it’s in a suitable place. Not when it’s scribbled over main buildings.” Margaret, Leichhardt “I think…no. I just think it doesn’t look nice and […]

Things we love – 280

April 14, 2016
Have you seen this face popping up around Sydney streets? Street artist Peter Drew has stuck 250 paste ups of Monga Khan, a cameleer from India who lived in Australia during the 1900s, across Sydney […]

What's on – 251

February 6, 2015
Dare to Date What if you could turn the fear and loathing of dating into a philanthropic and altruistic exercise? That’s what the Australia-wide Five in Five campaign has proposed: sign up, find five dates, […]

Snaps – 243

September 29, 2014
Email your snaps to info@ciaomagazine.com.au. Thanks to Cara Cumming for the Millers Point Picnic shots.

Things we love – 238

July 18, 2014
Our customised back wall featuring the Queen of Spades. Artist Chez Patricia has been painting all around the world since 1989 for brands like Hilton, Disney, Sony Playstation and Qantas. She visited Queens Lane in […]

Different strokes

July 7, 2014
Travelling the streets of Marrickville this weekend you might notice something strange: laneways buzzing with creatives both bringing the Inner West to life and fighting graffiti vandalism as they breathe colour onto blank walls… Marrickville […]

Your say: Street Art

July 7, 2014
Does council commissioned ‘street art’ really deter illegal graffiti vandalism and tagging? • “I think it works most of the time, if the art is cool enough or the artist has some street cred.” Caris, Newtown. […]
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