Experiment, play and interact at House Warming
For the Centre for Creativity's opening week, Rosie Deacon has created a new installation, House Warming, that will welcome guests of all ages to explore, experiment, play and interact. Participants will be able to wear costumes, or make jewellery, little creatures and plants out of simple recycled materials, that they can take home or add to the space.
Due to the tactile nature of the workshop, we actively encourage that you practise good hand hygiene. Sydney Opera House Global Goals Partner Dettol have handwashing advice on display in all bathrooms and Hand Sanitiser stations with Dettol Aloe Vera Gel are also available across the site and at the entrances for the Centre for Creativity.
The installation will evolve and build over the duration of the event, with contributions made by participants - the end result will be a large-scale, site-specific work created by the community, led by Deacon and three facilitators that will vibrantly and colourfully “warm” the new Centre for Creativity - how great is that!
Rosie Deacon's use of recycled materials supports Sydney Opera House's commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production and Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.
Presented by Sydney Opera House