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City Art Walking Tour – Sydney

  • February 4, 2021
  • February 27, 2021
  • Free
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City Art free walking tour led by Katy B Plummer | City of Sydney – What’s On

Join artist Katy B Plummer for a free City Art walking tour, as she discusses her new interactive fortune-telling artwork, We Are All Astonishingly Wise, along with significant public artworks that speak to the city’s past and its potential future, including Tracey Emin’s The Distance of Your Heart and Lara Schnitger’s Patchwork of Light.

The tour will commence in Macquarie Place Park on Bridge Street, Sydney and trail through the city centre, concluding at Hyde Park Barracks, on the corner of Macquarie Street and Prince Alfred Road.

Note: the artworks visited on this tour are also visited on the Hidden in Plain Sight Walking Tour and the previously held Sydney Living Memory Walking Tour.

Missed out on a ticket? Check out other free Chinatown At Night and Hidden in Plain Sight, City Art Walking Tours.

About Katy B Plummer

Katy B Plummer is a Sydney-based artist whose work encompasses video, performance and installation. She also works with textiles and experiments with theatrical storytelling to address male-centric histories and politics.

‘We Are All Astonishingly Wise’ is one of four new temporary laneway artworks commissioned by the City of Sydney in 2021. On display in Abercrombie Lane, the artwork’s furry pink ghost offers oracle readings from a deck of 48 unique tarot cards.


  • For people who use a wheelchair or a mobility aid, please be advised that this tour will go for approximately 2 hours. Much of this time will be spent walking between artworks in the city centre, which includes moderately steep inclines.

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