BILA (River: Environment)
Each week will begin with a focus on our own physical environment, as well as the changing environments of our local and global communities. Get ready for playlists and podcasts to set the tone for your week by following our Spotify channel.
Click to follow us on Spotify
We look at transformation as a tool for change, shifting our experiences of exhibition spaces, artworks and processes through the voices and perspectives of artists, curators and educators. Explore our latest learning resources.
Click to access our latest learning resources
MURIGUWAL GIILAND (Different Stories)
Share the stories and hear the voices of our local and global community of artists. There will be weekly social media takeovers, watch parties, and never-before-seen content on the Biennale's IGTV channel. Follow us on social media.
Click to follow us on Instagram
NGAWAAL-GUYUNGAN (Powerful-Ideas: The Power of Objects)
The Biennale is creating spaces for artists and audiences to connect, collaborate and express powerful ideas. Subscribe to the Biennale of Sydney on YouTube, so you don't miss a performance, reading, conversation or activation.
Click to subscribe to us on YouTube
DHAAGUN (Earth: Sovereignty and Working Together)
Every Friday, Artistic Director Brook Andrew will connect with the global community of NIRIN artists and curators to give unique insights into the exhibition. Connect with Brook on Instagram for a behind-the-scenes perspective of his work.
Click to connect with Brook Andrew on Instagram
YIRAWY–DHURAY (Yam-Connection: Food)
How can we gather in isolation? Each weekend, we will cook together from kitchens all around the world. Artists and community leaders will share their personal favourite recipes. Check out Breaking Bread's flavourful recipe for Fish Cakes.
Click to cook with Breaking Bread
Stay connected with friends and family near and far through a series of intergenerational activities that include workshops using recycled materials, easy craft projects, readings and lots more.
Click to follow us on Facebook
The Biennale remains artist-led and the online NIRIN WIR program is a space for artists to lead the way in responding to the urgent social, political and environmental issues we are facing today.
Biennale of Sydney Chief Executive Officer Barbara Moore said: “The 22nd Biennale of Sydney, titled NIRIN, is a global platform for diverse cultures and perspectives, uniting people across the world, stimulating dialogue and inspiring change. Now, more than ever, it is important to find ways to connect, to help each other, listen, collaborate and heal.”