Gallery director Michael Brand introduces our new Japanese exhibition
Open until 10pm
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Over the coming weeks, Art After Hours will delve into Japan’s oldest theatre tradition – nō and kyōgen. We commence with a special talk inside the Theatre of dreams, theatre of play exhibition by Gallery director Dr Michael Brand. Michael promises to reveal which are his favourite works on display. Then, as nō is often referred to as ‘Japanese opera’, it is fitting that we will hear from Opera Australia’s award-winning costume designer Julie Lynch. Julie has worked with some of Australia’s best known directors. She will talk about some of her favourite productions and explain the importance of costume and set design in telling such stories.
25 June 2014
Duration 30 minutes. Lower Asian gallery. Free with exhibition entry.
Duration 30 minutes. Entrance court. Free.
Contemporary art guided tourAn introduction to contemporary art highlights in the Gallery
Duration 1 hour. Free.
Gallery closes (Art After Hours)Some parts of the Gallery have different hours
28 Feb – 29 Sep 2014
the Paris 'private' series and other pictures
24 May – 31 Aug 2014
18 Mar – 21 Sep 2014
Plumes and pearlshells
art of the New Guinea highlands
30 May – 10 Aug 2014
Your mind is exactly at that line
20 Feb – 3 Aug 2014
Theatre of dreams, theatre of play
nō and kyōgen in Japan
14 Jun – 14 Sep 2014
(See exhibition page for exact dates)
Cartoons for Joseph Selleny
22 May – 10 Aug 2014
12 Jun – 21 Aug 2014
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 until mid June, 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