Art Gallery of New South Wales

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One of Australia's leading art museums. Over a million visitors enjoy the Gallery's collections of Australian, Aboriginal, European, Asian and contemporary art each year. Located within beautiful parklands overlooking Sydney Harbour and only 15 minutes walk from the city centre.

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Gallery Kids Sunday performance: Commedia dell'arte

26th April

TBA

Dark to light drawing workshop

26th April

Join multidisciplinary artist Mike Barnard, a finalist in the 2014 Archibald Prize, for this hands-on exploration of the Gallery’s exhibition Mad through...

$38

Tours for tots 2015 : Dress ups

28th April

$20

Photographing the Raj

29th April

$20

Tours for tots 2015 : Dress ups

30th April

$20

Collectors talks: Public versus private collections

6th May

Why collect art? Hear from artists, curators and collectors all about their art collections. What got them started, how they collect and what attracts...

TBA

Performance and Indian art

6th May

$20

Public versus private collections

6th May

How institutions collect and the rise of private collections museums. Speakers to be advised.

TBA

The rolling English road: Henry Fielding and 'The history of Tom Jones'

9th May

Tom Jones is a bastard and a foundling and in Fielding’s great novel he sets off to travel the roads of England and have adventures. This, one of the...

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Indian art now

13th May

$20

Rugged England: William Wordsworth and his landscape poetry

16th May

Wordsworth, leader of the Romantic poets, revolutionised our way of seeing the natural world. In Tintern Abbey and Ode on the intimations of immortality,...

TBA

Peter Griffen workshops 2015: Watercolour abstractions using acrylic

22nd May

Transparent layers of acrylic paint will be used to create glowing watercolour effects. Unlike traditional watercolour techniques, corrections will be...

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Watercolour abstractions using acrylic

22nd May

Transparent layers of acrylic paint will be used to create glowing watercolour effects. Unlike traditional watercolour techniques, corrections will be...

TBA

Absolute Beginners 2015 - Ink

22nd May

Explore the wonderful and diverse qualities of ink – a favourite medium for artists throughout the ages, in particular, in Asian art. Discover the...

TBA

Tours for tots 2015 : Myths and Legends

26th May

$20

Tours for tots 2015 : Myths and Legends

28th May

$20

Art essentials 2015 - Still life in watercolour

29th May

A beautiful and popular medium, watercolour is loved by artists for its lovely fluid transparency, fresh colour and immediacy. Using a range of different...

TBA

Still life in watercolour

29th May

A beautiful and popular medium, watercolour is loved by artists for its lovely fluid transparency, fresh colour and immediacy. Using a range of different...

$78

Seven artists from the John Kaldor Family Collection

30th May

The John Kaldor Family Collection is renowned for its in-depth representations of some of the most influential artists of the 20th and 21st centuries....

TBA

See you at the barricades

30th May

See you at the barricades calls attention to a ‘dissident aesthetic’ emerging in contemporary art. Increasingly, artists are adapting images of...

TBA

Colourwheel

30th May

Bringing together some of the brightest works from the Art Gallery of NSW’s Australian and international collections, Colourwheel celebrates the playful...

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Gallery Kids Sunday performance: Didgeridoo dance

31st May

TBA

Resonate 2015 Concert series - Bass Extravaganza: Romance of the double bass

7th June

Join two of Australia’s most dynamic double bass players, Kees Boersma and Kirsty McCahon, as they explore the sonorous world of the instrument through...

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Bass Extravaganza: Romance of the double bass

7th June

Join two of Australia’s most dynamic double bass players, Kees Boersma and Kirsty McCahon, as they explore the sonorous world of the instrument through...

TBA

Absolute Beginners 2015 - Exploring the colour wheel

19th June

This is the perfect workshop for anyone who wants to work with colour in any medium. The colour wheel has been around for many years and, while its format...

TBA

Exploring the colour wheel

19th June

This is the perfect workshop for anyone who wants to work with colour in any medium. The colour wheel has been around for many years and, while its format...

TBA

Tours for tots 2015 : Colour

25th June

$20

Art essentials 2015 - Pastels

26th June

An exciting and fun medium, pastels will appeal to anyone who loves drawing and colour. With their chalky texture and pure colour pigment, pastels are...

$78

The English cathedral city: Anthony Trollope and 'Barchester Towers'

27th June

One summer’s evening in Salisbury, Anthony Trollope (whose 200th birthday we celebrate in 2015) gazed at the cathedral and was inspired to write a novel...

TBA

Tours for tots 2015 : Colour

30th June

$20

Rosemary Laing

11th July

Rosemary Laing is one of the most influential artists of her generation. Transportation explores her sustained interest in the nature of place and...

TBA

Industrial England: Elizabeth Gaskell and 'North and south'

11th July

The cotton-milling cities of the north of England were grimy, unhealthy places, where workers led short and dreadful lives. Elizabeth Gaskell, wife of a...

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England at war: Wilfred Owen, Rupert Brooke, Edward Thomas and their war poems

18th July

Winston Churchill once described WWII as Britain’s ‘finest hour’, but for many war poets, the first and second world wars were times of horror, mud and...

TBA

Facing Off Drawing Workshop

18th July

Come along to a playful session of portrait sketching with multidisciplinary artist and 2014 Archibald Prize finalist Mike Barnard, focusing on the...

$38

Facing Off Drawing Workshop

16th August

Come along to a playful session of portrait sketching with multidisciplinary artist and 2014 Archibald Prize finalist Mike Barnard, focusing on the...

$38

Facing Off Drawing Workshop

13th September

Come along to a playful session of portrait sketching with multidisciplinary artist and 2014 Archibald Prize finalist Mike Barnard, focusing on the...

$38

The Greats

24th October

The Greats traces the development of Western painting over five centuries from the Renaissance to Impressionism. Drawn from the collection of the National...

TBA

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Collection stories: Nicole and Chico Monks

23rd April

Visit Nicole and Chico Monks at home to take a tour of their collection of contemporary and Aboriginal works. Over nibbles and a drink, hear what sparked...

$38

Paintings of composite and other creatures

22nd April

$20

Slava Grigoriyan and Southern Cross Soloists: Bella España

19th April

An internationally successful ensemble based at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane, the Southern Cross Soloists have helped set the...

TBA

Street art walking tour: Redfern

19th April

Street art or graffiti? Thing of beauty or nuisance? Join acclaimed artist Blak Douglas (aka Adam Hill) as he takes you through the finest street art in...

TBA

Discovering landscape

17th April

Examining traditional and more contemporary approaches to landscape drawing, this month’s class will introduce different ways of seeing and interpreting...

TBA

The art of drawing: School holiday performance

13th April

Be inspired by well-known children’s illustrator David Legge as he demonstrates different techniques for drawing animals. The art of drawing: School...

TBA

The art of the book in Mughal India

15th April

$20

Mason Kimber artist talk

14th April

Mason Kimber is a talented painter who has been making quite the name for himself with his colourful abstract paintings. As well as being a finalist in...

$18

Studio visit: emerging artists

11th April

Visit a group of recently graduated, highly awarded emerging artists who have gotten together to set up a communal studio space to further their creative...

$28

Lively landscapes

10th April

Looking at traditional and more contemporary approaches to landscape drawing, this class will challenge you to experiment with a variety of different ways...

$78

Art essentials 2015 - Lively landscapes

10th April

Looking at traditional and more contemporary approaches to landscape drawing, this class will challenge you to experiment with a variety of different ways...

$78

Temple sculptures and Khajuraho

8th April

$20

The new world of art

1st April

Find out about collecting installation art, street art, performance art and digital media with artist and performer Julian Day, renowned collector Dr Dick...

TBA

Why we collect and how do we value the archive?

29th March

Collections reflect the habits, thoughts and aspirations of a society. They tell us who we are and where we have come from. This lecture focuses on the...

$35

Should art museums think of themselves as ‘collections’ or ‘archives’?

29th March

Photography has always been a numbers game, and the bigger the number the better. For instance, the awe we are expected to feel when we are told the...

$35

Auspicious symbols tour in Mandarin and Cantonese

19th March

Make an auspicious start to the Year of the Sheep. Join us in the Gallery, dressed in your brightly coloured New Year clothes, and discover the words and...

TBA

Aristocratic England: Alexander Pope and 'The rape of the lock'

28th March

In 1712 Alexander Pope published a mock-heroic satire which he hoped would heal a breach between two feuding titled families, caused when a young lord cut...

TBA

The character of charcoal

27th March

Charcoal is a medium renowned for its versatility and rich depth of tone and contrasts, which can relate to any subject matter. With a simple still-life...

$78

Art essentials 2015 - The character of charcoal

27th March

A wonderful program of art projects, designed for both beginners and more experienced artists wanting to explore the many colours, textures and shapes...

TBA

Tours for tots 2015 : Pattern

26th March

$20

Tours for tots 2015: Pattern

24th March

$20

Tours for tots 2015 : Pattern

24th March

$20

Free viewing for members

22nd March

This is one of our special viewings when Gallery members have an opportunity to see our paying exhibitions for free. See a preview of the new exhibition...

Free

Free viewing for members: The photograph and Australia

22nd March

This is one of our special viewings when Gallery members have an opportunity to see our paying exhibitions for free. See a preview of the new exhibition...

TBA

Drop in and make: Marine mobiles

22nd March

Unleash the Kraken! Drop in and let the underwater world be your muse in this fun hands-on workshop for kids. Create a mobile of swirling sea creatures to...

TBA

Both sides/now: Indigenous representation in photography in Australia

22nd March

This talk focuses on the role that Indigenous photographers have contributed towards challenging the representations of Indigenous people.

$35

Presence and Absence in Contemporary Australian Photographs

22nd March

The singular and problematic ability of photographs to capture how we see the world around us has been a powerful tool in Australia since the mid 19th...

$35

Lecture series: The photograph and Australia - Stephen Gilchrist / Julie Ewington

22nd March

Daguerreotypes, Stereotypes and Prototypes: Indigenous Portraiture in Australia Stephen Gilchrist The earliest studio portraits of Indigenous people in...

TBA

Printmaking with Andrew Totman: Dry point and mono-print

22nd March

Join leading Sydney printmaker Andrew Totman for this fun and practical exploration of printmaking techniques, in which you’ll learn a range of printing...

TBA

Restoring the Parthenon

19th March

Takis Kozokos is a sculptor who works by hand with marble using traditional tools and techniques. As a sculptor-restorer who worked on the restoration of...

$25

Stephen Page on choreographing the past

18th March

Like the artists in the Embodiment exhibition, Stephen Page also gives new form to the past – through dance. Join him in a discussion of his recent work...

TBA

Artist talk:R E A

18th March

Kamilaroi artist r e a works in photography, digital media, moving images and performance. Her enigmatic multimedia work Poles Apart resonates with the...

TBA

A conversation in paint

15th March

Be influenced by Conversations through the Asian collections to have your own conversation with paint. See how old and new meet in this exhibition as...

$38

Drop in and make: Marine mobiles

15th March

Unleash the Kraken! Drop in and let the underwater world be your muse in this fun hands-on workshop for kids. Create a mobile of swirling sea creatures to...

TBA

The call of the wild: wilderness photography and the sublime

15th March

In this lecture, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery curator Jon Addison explores the roots and development of what is now known as 'wilderness...

$35

Exemplary observers: 19th-century science and the advent of photography

15th March

This lecture examines the impact of photography in science during the Victorian era, including the significance of photographic portraiture for this...

$35

Sydney International Art Series

1st November

Bringing the world's most outstanding exhibitions to Australia, exclusively to Sydney, every summer. The 2014-15 series will showcase two inspired...

TBA

Art Gallery Society AGM

14th March

Gallery members are invited to come and hear about the year in review, and discuss the future, at the Art Gallery Society of NSW’s 59th annual general...

TBA

Learn to chine-collé

14th March

Have fun enhancing your prints with the chine-collé printmaking technique. Turn an image into your own electrifying print then add to it with collage...

$38

Royal England: Shakespeare and King Richard II

14th March

King Richard II ruled England from 1377 until he was deposed in 1399 by his cousin. A firm believer in royal prerogative, Richard cultivated a refined,...

TBA

Armchair travel: A taste of Sri Lanka

14th March

Join Sri Lankan-born food lover Paul van Reyk to discover the depth of flavours and fragrances in a unique cuisine that reflects the diversity of Sri...

$20

Young Members AGM

11th March

Are you aged 18-40? Do you who want to connect with like-minded art lovers, flex your creative muscles and keep a finger on the pulse of Sydney’s art...

TBA

Artist talk: Julie Gough

11th March

Julie Gough’s research and art practice involves uncovering and re-presenting subsumed and sometimes conflicting histories, often referring to her own and...

TBA

Fashion Palette 2015 - The Art of Fashion

10th March

Fashion Palette is an annual celebration of classic and Australian emerging innovativedesigners. Launched in 2009 by Sonya Mefaddi, the event was designed...

$30.58

Sound and vision artists talk

10th March

Hear from artists working at the forefront of sound art and the exciting developments in this art form as part of the Sound and vision exhibition at...

$18

My fine feathered friends

8th March

Theatrical storytelling, song and music with Bronwyn Vaughan. Designed by Janet Clouston.

TBA

Lecture series: The photograph and Australia

8th March

The photograph and Australia is the story of the interactions between people and country, and their representations in photography. The arrival of...

$35

Photography across cultures

8th March

Photographs of Australian Aboriginal people have often been understood solely as an expression of the white man’s gaze – and indeed, Indigenous...

$35

Art Club: Crazy canines

7th March

By referencing both kitsch and pop culture we create a canine sculpture from clay. Art Club is designed for children aged 9-12 years. These monthly...

$28

Kids Club: Eat your art out

7th March

Let’s go on a food hunt and see how many yummy foods we can find in the Gallery! We’ll create still-life pictures using pencils and watercolours. Kids...

$28

The art of the Russian north

7th March

When painter Wassily Kandinsky first travelled to isolated Russian villages north of the Dvina River in 1889, he felt he was entering a new world. His...

$25

Arthurian England: Tennyson and 'The Lady of Shallot'

7th March

King Arthur is a legendary British king whose story emerges from folklore and literary invention. Victorian poet Alfred Lord Tennyson had a lifelong...

TBA

Acquisitions and the art of giving

5th March

The Gallery’s head curator of international art, Justin Paton, talks about the challenges and pleasures of acquiring art for the Gallery and the...

TBA

Exhibition talk: Embodiment

4th March

Join Emily McDaniel, curator of Embodiment, in the exhibition to explore the works on display from Aboriginal artists Christian Thompson, Tony Albert,...

TBA

For money or love

4th March

Getting started and getting the most from your art with artist Abdul Abdullah, Co-Director of Sullivan+Strumpf, Joanna Strumpf and Jordan Reed of...

TBA

Travel Draw winners announcement

4th March

The annual travel draw is exclusive to Gallery members. It offers great prizes in recognition of members’ commitment to the Gallery and, above all, it...

TBA

Auspicious symbols tour in English

1st March

Join us in the Gallery, dressed in your brightly coloured New Year clothes, and discover the words and symbols that will bring good fortune, prosperity,...

Free

Facing Off Drawing Workshop

1st March

Come along to a playful session of portrait sketching with multidisciplinary artist and 2014 Archibald Prize finalist Mike Barnard, focusing on the...

$38

Colour popping

28th February

Get involved in this painting workshop where you can get creative and be inspired by the current Pop to popism exhibition. Artist Dominique Hindmarsh will...

$38

Day tour: Drill Hall Gallery and Australian War Memorial

28th February

Join us on a day tour to Canberra to view Sydney artist Ann Thomson’s latest exhibition, Freehand – recent works by Ann Thomson at Drill Hall Gallery....

$110

Making your mark

27th February

Discover the versatility of simple pencil and graphite. Experiment with a wide range of mark-making possibilities to add creative diversity to your...

$78

Tours for tots 2015: Big and little things

26th February

$20

Men marching at night: the Surrealists and the void of war

26th February

Explores the work of Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, Igor Stravinsky, Gustav Holst, Wilfred Owen, Stanley Spencer, Paul Nash, André Masson, Velimir...

$25

Holiday Sidewinder and TEES

25th February

Singer, songwriter and performer Holiday Sidewinder has been hailed as ‘completely demented, extremely brilliant’ (Pop Justice) and ‘thrillingly new’...

TBA

Art and architecture talk

25th February

Hear from award-winning architects William Smart from Smart Design Studio (White Rabbit Gallery, Chippendale) and Isabelle Toland and Amelia Holliday of...

$15

Twilight Gallery Express 2015

25th February

Join us for two delightful summer evening tours of selected Sydney commercial galleries. Each evening we will visit different galleries, presenting some...

$50

Tours for tots 2015: Big and little things

24th February

$20

Gallery Kids Sunday performance

22nd February

Welcome to the Year of the Sheep! Come listen to Kiran Shah as she entertains you with tales from China, including how the years were named and other...

TBA

Auslan-interpreted talk

22nd February

This month, we explore the drama of art – love, passion and grand stories – through a selection of works in the Gallery. No bookings required. Just meet...

TBA

Auspicious symbols tour in English

22nd February

Join us in the Gallery, dressed in your brightly coloured New Year clothes, and discover the words and symbols that will bring good fortune, prosperity,...

Free

Exploring the basics: graphite

21st February

Learn to use graphite, both as a wet and dry medium. Explore the act of mark-making to build up your drawing vocabulary and learn to see simple shapes in...

TBA

Armchair travel: Theatre in three acts

21st February

Join Jonathan Biggins for an introduction to the wellsprings of some of the greatest theatrical writing in the English language – London, Stratford and...

$20

Brett Whiteley Studio anniversary

21st February

In 1985, Brett Whiteley bought the site at 2 Raper Street, Surry Hills, where he worked and lived until his death in 1992. In February 1995, it was opened...

TBA

From stalemate to revolt: agony in the garden

19th February

Explores the work of Christopher RW Nevinson, Guillaume Apollinaire, Carlp Carrà, Jean Cocteau, Fernand Léger, Sergei Prokofiev, Marcel Duchamp, George...

$25

Donny Benet

18th February

Since 2011, Donny Benet, aka The Touch, has won hearts, blown minds and made some of the most dancefloor-friendly music this side of the century. His...

TBA

Artist talk: Ah Xian with Claudia Chan Shaw

15th February

Chinese-Australian artist Ah Xian’s still and serene figures may be modelled from ordinary people but they have an otherworldly presence. Strangely formed...

TBA

Drop in and make: Animals of the Chinese zodiac

15th February

What animal year are you? Find out about all 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac and make a set of collector cards. Join us any time between 11am and 4pm....

TBA

Pumped-up kicks

14th February

Inspired by the Pop to popism exhibition and all things bright and beautiful, artist Dot Kolentsis guides you to transform your plain white shoes to pop...

$38

Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial

21st November

Continuing the legacy of the Dobell Prize for Drawing (1993–2012), this is the first in a series of curated exhibitions on Australian drawing, supported...

TBA

Soda_Jerk

15th November

The shape of time / remarks on the history of things presents a series of video performance-lectures that Soda_Jerk have been researching and developing...

TBA

Guernica: Picasso, surrealism and the Spanish civil war

5th November

$25

European prints and drawings 1500-1900

28th August

This selection of some 150 works on paper from the Gallery’s fine collection of European prints and drawings reveals the story of the graphic arts in...

TBA

Classicism: the constant return

29th October

$25

Sean Moloney At Art Gallery Of New South Wales

26th October

TBA

Italian art between the wars

22nd October

$25

Deranging the senses: surrealist exhibition and display

15th October

$25

Reflections on British modernism

8th October

$25

Broken Flowers

5th October

Don Johnston (Murray) is a withdrawn, emotionally numb middle-aged man who lives a quiet, comfortable life. After splitting with his latest girlfriend,...

TBA

Broken Flowers

1st October

Don Johnston (Murray) is a withdrawn, emotionally numb middle-aged man who lives a quiet, comfortable life. After splitting with his latest girlfriend,...

TBA

The Conversation

28th September

Harry Caul (Hackman) is an obsessive sound engineer who specialises in surveillance. He is hired by a mysterious corporate executive to capture a...

TBA

Sandro Bueno at Art Gallery of New South Wales

24th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Jazz Nouveau at Art Gallery of New South Wales

24th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

The Conversation

24th September

Harry Caul (Hackman) is an obsessive sound engineer who specialises in surveillance. He is hired by a mysterious corporate executive to capture a...

TBA

Half Nelson

21st September

An intimate portrait of two intriguingly flawed characters, Fleck’s film offers an authentic, unsentimental look at the lives of a Brooklyn middle-school...

TBA

Sandro Bueno at Art Gallery of New South Wales

17th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Jazz Nouveau at Art Gallery of New South Wales

17th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Half Nelson

17th September

An intimate portrait of two intriguingly flawed characters, Fleck’s film offers an authentic, unsentimental look at the lives of a Brooklyn middle-school...

TBA

The bitter creativity of art and culture in Weimar Germany

17th September

$25

Vera Drake

14th September

In 1950s London, Vera Drake (Staunton) works as a charlady for upper-middle-class women. A kindly person, she is devoted to her family and willing to lend...

TBA

Past and present: Le Corbusier schemes of cities and houses

10th September

$25

Conservation Course

9th September

This three-day workshop is open to conservators, conservation scientists and MA conservation students, particularly members of ICOM-CC and AICCM. Held at...

TBA

Sandro Bueno at Art Gallery of New South Wales

10th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Jazz Nouveau at Art Gallery of New South Wales

10th September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Vera Drake

10th September

In 1950s London, Vera Drake (Staunton) works as a charlady for upper-middle-class women. A kindly person, she is devoted to her family and willing to lend...

TBA

Downfall

7th September

Depicting the turbulant end of the Third Reich’s reign over Nazi Germany in 1945, Hirschbiegel’s acclaimed film is a chilling portrait of Nazi leader...

TBA

Art appreciation lecture series 2014

3rd September

$25

Divining Psyche: modernist portraiture

3rd September

$25

Sandro Bueno at Art Gallery of New South Wales

3rd September

Jazz Nouveau delivers timeless music with cross-generational appeal. Creating rhythms that echo the heartbeat of the modern metropolis they call home, the...

TBA

Downfall

3rd September

Depicting the turbulant end of the Third Reich’s reign over Nazi Germany in 1945, Hirschbiegel’s acclaimed film is a chilling portrait of Nazi leader...

TBA

Capote

31st August

Researching and writing In cold blood, one of the most memorable and controversial books of the 1960s, had a profound impact on its author, Truman Capote....

TBA

The god of speed: futurism and the avant-garde

27th August

$25

Capote

27th August

Researching and writing In cold blood, one of the most memorable and controversial books of the 1960s, had a profound impact on its author, Truman Capote....

TBA

Miriam Lieberman at Art Gallery of New South Wales

27th August

TBA

Bob Roberts

24th August

The writing and directing debut of actor Tim Robbins is a mock-documentary portrait of a folk-singing, self-made millionaire and his corrupt, populist...

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Bob Roberts

20th August

The writing and directing debut of actor Tim Robbins is a mock-documentary portrait of a folk-singing, self-made millionaire and his corrupt, populist...

TBA

Space, time and movement in modernist sculpture

20th August

$25

Miriam Lieberman

20th August

TBA

Ring

17th August

Hideo Nakata’s subtly creepy ghost story was adapted from the novel by Suzuki Kōji, which in turn drew inspiration from a Japanese folktale. It follows TV...

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Ring

13th August

Hideo Nakata’s subtly creepy ghost story was adapted from the novel by Suzuki Kōji, which in turn drew inspiration from a Japanese folktale. It follows TV...

TBA

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and the art of spectacle

13th August

$25

Miriam Lieberman

13th August

TBA

Throne of blood

10th August

Kurosawa’s visceral, supernatural masterpiece is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, set in feudal Japan, featuring an ambitious samurai warlord,...

TBA

Throne of blood

6th August

Kurosawa’s visceral, supernatural masterpiece is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, set in feudal Japan, featuring an ambitious samurai warlord,...

TBA

Matisse and the fauves

6th August

$25

Miriam Lieberman

6th August

TBA

Onibaba

3rd August

In one of the most striking and unique Japanese supernatural thrillers of the last century, an impoverished mother and her daughter-in-law eke out a...

TBA

Green Mohair Suits

30th July

TBA

Onibaba

30th July

In one of the most striking and unique Japanese supernatural thrillers of the last century, an impoverished mother and her daughter-in-law eke out a...

TBA

Cubism: Picasso and Braque

30th July

$25

Antonio Gaudi and Adolf Loos

23rd July

$25

Klimt and fin-de-siécle Vienna

16th July

$25

Spyglass Gypsies At Art Gallery Of New South Wales

25th June

Combining traditional French gypsy music with swinging originals Spyglass Gypsies bring the bygone days of bohemian Paris into the present with the...

Free

Spyglass Gypsies At Art Gallery Of New South Wales

18th June

Combining traditional French gypsy music with swinging originals Spyglass Gypsies bring the bygone days of bohemian Paris into the present with the...

Free

Spyglass Gypsies At Art Gallery Of New South Wales

11th June

Combining traditional French gypsy music with swinging originals Spyglass Gypsies bring the bygone days of bohemian Paris into the present with the...

Free

Spyglass Gypsies At Art Gallery Of New South Wales

4th June

Combining traditional French gypsy music with swinging originals Spyglass Gypsies bring the bygone days of bohemian Paris into the present with the...

Free

Matt Tonks At Art Gallery Of New South Wales

28th May

A hybrid of steel string and flamenco guitar, Matt Tonks’ music takes audiences to an unexpected world of mesmerising and spontaneous sound. The shows of...

Free

Sean Moloney At Art Gallery Of New South Wales

25th May

TBA

Matt Tonks At Art Gallery Of New South Wales

21st May

A hybrid of steel string and flamenco guitar, Matt Tonks’ music takes audiences to an unexpected world of mesmerising and spontaneous sound. The shows of...

Free

Matt Tonks At Art Gallery Of New South Wales

14th May

A hybrid of steel string and flamenco guitar, Matt Tonks’ music takes audiences to an unexpected world of mesmerising and spontaneous sound. The shows of...

Free

American stories school holiday workshop Family session

16th January

A tour through the America: painting a nation exhibition to inspire you to create your own artwork, followed by a hands-on workshop.

$

American stories school holiday workshop 9-13 years

15th January

A tour through the America: painting a nation exhibition to inspire you to create your own artwork, followed by a hands-on workshop.

$

American stories school holiday workshop Family session

9th January

A tour through the America: painting a nation exhibition to inspire you to create your own artwork, followed by a hands-on workshop.

$

American stories school holiday workshop 9-13 years

8th January

A tour through the America: painting a nation exhibition to inspire you to create your own artwork, followed by a hands-on workshop.

$

Microwave Jenny at Art Gallery of NSW

3rd July

Tessa Nuku and Brendon Boney, as Microwave Jenny, have been wooing music lovers across the country with their silky harmonies since the pair first joined...

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