Now in it’s third year – with over 200 events in 100 venues – make time to get out and see some of the brilliant photos from innovative photographers. You can find exhibitions at all sorts of places around the city and suburbs – galleries, museums, bars, cafes – even Centennial Park. There’s also the Head on Portrait Prize – the winner’s announced this Friday 4 May at Customhouse, Circular Quay as part of the Head On Festival opening.
Here’s some of sydneycool’s picks – Tamara Dean at Tim Olsen Gallery, Simon Harsent at the Western Foyer of the Sydney Opera House, Anne Maris Wilson at Connie Dietzschold Gallery in Crown St and the See Jane Run exhibition at Danks Street Depot.
And the Head On Photo Festival is not just photos, there are workshops, artists’ talks, open studios and seminars. It’s on around Sydney until 3rd June.
Take some friends and spend the weekend searching out the best of the Head On Photo Festival and Sydney.