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jpg Join the world-famous Din & Tonics for a cappella with a twist

jpg Hear Dominic Smith discuss his novel set at the Gallery

jpg Watch James Stewart in a classic mistaken-identity comedy

jpg Open until 10pm Wednesdays

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Dominic Smith’s gripping tale of an art forgery is partly set at the Gallery. Tonight at Art After Hours, he discusses his novel with Gallery director Michael Brand. Then it’s time for a capella with a twist from the world-famous Harvard Din & Tonics, or catch Jimmy Stewart on the big screen in the classic mistaken-identity comedy The shop around the corner.

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. Tickets to Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2016 aren’t dated and timed but it makes sense to skip the queues and buy online.

Buy exhibition tickets now through Qtix

3 August 2016

Exhibitions

Close to home
Dobell Australian Drawing Biennial 2016

30 Jul – 11 Dec 2016

Eko Nugroho
Lot lost

until 2017

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera
from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection

until 9 Oct 2016

Manifesto

until 13 Nov 2016

Sentient lands

until 2017

Tracey Moffatt
Laudanum and other works

until 4 Sep 2016

Yuendumu
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