Flow and Glow: Wynyard Neighborhood
Taking over the Wynyard neighbourhood for two days, Flow and Glow will bring together noteworthy names in business and entertainment for some scintillating conversations.
During the day, the precinct will be a hub of panel discussions curated by TEDx Sydney. Afternoon to night, you’ll be able to explore artist markets, lanes of surrounding bars and restaurants while listening to a line-up of local DJs.
The program will open with a thought-provoking ideas session hosted by TEDx Sydney curators Caitlin Gibson and Jess Scully. You’ll hear from Pete Brennan, co-founder of award winning non alcohol beer Heaps Normal and Sasha Titchkosky, CEO of Koskela, explore how real change is made across business, culture and sustainability. It’s free to register.
For those who can duck away from work early, there are evening panel sessions on both days that focus on the economic and social recovery of our city and nightlife. On day one, head of property at True Green, Linda Gregoriou and design expert Vince Frost will take on the challenging discussion of how to create an economically valuable precinct. On day two the likes of 24-Hour Economy Commissioner, Michael Rodrigues and Head of Retail at CBRE’s, Leif Olson will sit on a panel to discuss the revitalisation of Sydney.
After that business it’s party time. Indie label Falcona are taking over night one with an impressive line-up featuring Groove City’s Discoloro and Sydney DJ don Squeef. Closing out night two will be party crew UNDR Ctrl hosting a line up with the likes of disco diva Chase Zera and indie-electro mixer Mickey Kojak.
Visitors to the precinct will also have the opportunity to buy artworks directly from artists at a two-day market on Carrington Street, showcasing paintings, ceramics and wearable art. You’ll also have the chance to join artist talks co-ordinated by experiential art curators Consuelo Cavaniglia and Abigail Moncrieff.
Download the Flow and Glow app to unlock the full experience with special offers including $1 ramen and two for one cocktails.
This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with CBRE and the NSW Government