Join Amanda Brown as she talks with Benjamin Gilmour and Simon Marnie
Listen to Wes Carr's Buffalo Tales
Watch Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
Open until 10pm
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We continue celebrating the beautiful exhibition Afghanistan: hidden treasures from the National Museum, Kabul throughout the month of April. Tonight we have film director Benjamin Gilmour and musician and composer Amanda Brown talking about their collaboration on the film Son of a lion and its award-winning music score. Their conversation will be facilitated by the wonderful Simon Marnie of ABC radio. Our monthly photography collection talk is on at 5.30pm and tonight also marks the beginning of a special month-long music residency by Buffalo Tales, formerly known as Wes Carr. Join Wes for some soulful and intimate performances.
9 April 2014
Duration 30 minutes. Free.
Duration 30 minutes. Photography gallery. Free.
Tour Member Collection Circle
Duration 1 hour, 30 minutes. Art Gallery Society (members lounge). Free, bookings required.
Contemporary art guided tourAn introduction to contemporary art highlights in the Gallery
Duration 1 hour. Free.
Duration 1 hour, 48 minutes. Free.
Gallery closes (Art After Hours)Some parts of the Gallery have different hours
19th Biennale of Sydney
You Imagine What You Desire
21 Mar – 9 Jun 2014
12 Mar – 11 May 2014
hidden treasures from the National Museum, Kabul
7 Mar – 15 Jun 2014
8 Feb – 18 May 2014
28 Feb – 29 Sep 2014
The haunted lotus
6 Mar – 1 Jun 2014
18 Mar – 21 Sep 2014
Your mind is exactly at that line
20 Feb – 3 Aug 2014
Soul of simplicity
seven centuries of Korean ceramics
8 Feb 2013 – 21 Apr 2014
The connoisseur and the philanthropist
30 years of the Sternberg Collection of Chinese Art
31 Jan – 27 Apr 2014
22 Mar – 2 Jun 2014
On Wednesdays the whole Gallery stays open late for Art After Hours
Cafe open until 9.30pm
Restaurant open until 9pm
Gallery Shop until 9pm
Library and archive open 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 Gallery members