Hear artist Lauren Brincat on Frida, Diego and Mexico City
Sit with Gorawarl/Jerrawongarla artist Julie Freeman
Open until 10pm Wednesdays
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It’s a double celebration this week as we celebrate Indigenous Australian culture in NAIDOC Week and Mexican culture with the Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibition.
Start your night with artist Julie Freeman to learn about the ancestors who shaped and determined country and its people on the south coast of NSW. Try your hand at making Mexican paper flowers in our drop-in workshop, join the fiesta with Victor Valdes and his Mexican Mariachi Band.
Don’t forget. If you want to see the Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibition on the same night, tickets are dated and timed. We suggest you book ahead to avoid disappointment.
6 July 2016
Contemporary art guided tourAn introduction to contemporary art highlights in the Gallery
Duration 1 hour. Ticketing and information desk. Free.
Duration 30 minutes. Centenary Auditorium. Free, bookings required.
Gallery closes (Art After Hours)Some parts of the Gallery have different hours
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera
from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection
until 9 Oct 2016
Landscapes of pleasure
from Monet to Hockney
until 17 Jul 2016
until 13 Nov 2016
until Sep 2016
treasures from the Silk Road capital
until 10 Jul 2016
Laudanum and other works
until 4 Sep 2016
of fire and water
until Nov 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
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