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jpg Be introduced to meditation and taichi by the Venerable Ru Yi

jpg Discover the sounds of the Tang dynasty with Changning Chai

jpg Catch Todd Browning's unusual, unsettling carnival fable

jpg Open until 10pm Wednesdays

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Tonight, you can learn about meditation and tai chi from the Venerable Ru Yi. It’s your last chance to discover the ancient sounds of the Tang dynasty in a concert by acclaimed flautist Changning Chai. It’s also the second-to-last live performance of Dogwalk in the Biennale, and a rare opportunity to see the legendary 1932 film Freaks.

25 May 2016


20th Biennale of Sydney
The future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed

until 5 Jun 2016


until 29 May 2016

Landscapes of pleasure
from Monet to Hockney

until 10 Jul 2016

Tang 唐
treasures from the Silk Road capital

until 10 Jul 2016

Tracey Moffatt
Laudanum and other works

until 4 Sep 2016

On Wednesdays the Gallery stays open late for Art After Hours

Displays until 10pm

Cafe until 9.30pm*

Restaurant until 9pm

Gallery Shop until 9pm

Library and archive until 6.30pm (except 18 May)

*Cafe closed for renovations 2-30 May, with limited food and beverage still available. Pop-up bar in entrance court and restaurant still open.

Courtesy bus runs every 15 mins from 7pm until closing from the Gallery to surrounding car parks and Martin Place

Art After Hours is supported by the Art Gallery Society of NSW, the membership program of the Art Gallery of NSW