Operation Art is the premier state-wide visual arts exhibition for school students from Kindergarten to Year 10. Every year, schools across New South Wales are invited to participate in Operation Art, an initiative of The Children’s Hospital at Westmead in association with the New South Wales Department of Education.
With more than 700 artworks by students from hundreds of schools throughout NSW, this year’s exhibition is a great opportunity to celebrate the creative talents of our young people. For the first time, you can view Operation Art in person or online.
To support Operation Art, Sydney Olympic Park will be displaying the artworks at key areas around the Park.
Park Street opposite Olympic Park Train Station
The Top 50 artworks from Operation Art will be displayed at Jacaranda Square from mid October.
Pullman Link Laneway off Herb Elliott Avenue Sydney Olympic Park
Soak up the full experience of Operation Art this year at Pullman Lane. All 721 artworks will be projected onto the Pullman from 6pm – 9pm until the end of December.
Operation Art Exhibition 2021 Online Gallery
This year, you can view the complete exhibition virtually. Click or scan the QR code below to view Operation Art online:
Virtual art-making lessons are back for Operation Art 2021, to class groups of students in Stages 1 – 3 in schools across NSW! And participate in an interactive art-making lesson with artist and teacher, Trevor McDonald.
For more information or to enquire, click here.
View online or physical viewings are available at Pullman Lane or Jacaranda Square
Park on-site at Sydney Olympic Park. Casual parking is $6 an hour or a maximum of $30 per day ($30 flat rate for major events).
For your convenience, car parks are open 24/7. By using pre-book parking, available until the day before an event, you can guarantee a spot and skip the payment queue.
At times there are up to 10,000 cars coming into the Park for multiple events arrive early so you don't miss the event's start.