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2001/84/490-42 Storyboard, 'Sydney Olympic 2000 Opening Ceremony', paper, designed by Ric Birch, Sydney, c. 1998-1999. Click to enlarge.

Storyboard for the Sydney Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

Designed by Birch, Ric in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1998-1999.
Storyboard, 'Sydney Olympic 2000 Opening Ceremony', paper, designed by Ric Birch, Sydney, c. 1998-1999

Storyboard, consisting of a colour print mounted on cardboard backing. Opening Ceremony "Eternity" segment original concept drawings. Black text below the picture "The Sydney Harbour Bridge erupts into fireworks". Handwritten in black marker pen on the back of the storyboard "B33 20/1".

Summary

Object No.

2001/84/490-42

Object Statement

Storyboard, 'Sydney Olympic 2000 Opening Ceremony', paper, designed by Ric Birch, Sydney, c. 1998-1999

Physical Description

Storyboard, 'Sydney Olympic 2000 Opening Ceremony', paper, designed by Ric Birch, Sydney, c. 1998-1999

Storyboard, consisting of a colour print mounted on cardboard backing. Opening Ceremony "Eternity" segment original concept drawings. Black text below the picture "The Sydney Harbour Bridge erupts into fireworks". Handwritten in black marker pen on the back of the storyboard "B33 20/1".

Dimensions

Height

425 mm

Production

Notes

Designed by Ric Birch, Sydney, c. 1998-1999

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Storyboard for the Sydney Olympic Games Opening Ceremony 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 4 August 2020, <https://ma.as/502064>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/502064 |title=Storyboard for the Sydney Olympic Games Opening Ceremony |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=4 August 2020 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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