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jpg Celebrating 10 years of Art After Hours Open Wednesdays until 10pm

jpg Talks, workshops, film, music Sarah Blasko in conversation with Fenella Kernebone

jpg Get into the swing Live music with the Swinging Blades

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Party after hours! Celebrate 10 years.

Get your friends together and join us for the best Wednesday night in town.

We’re celebrating 10 years of Art After Hours, with later opening hours – now until 10pm – a new pop-up bar and cafe menu, and a special birthday party not to be missed.

Featuring special guest Sarah Blasko, tonight is inspired by Sydney moderns and the 1920s, 30s and 40s, including music from the era and swing dancers taking to the floor. Take a free dance lesson, join a hands-on collage workshop or talk, or discover a classic in our popular film program. For tonight only, see both Sydney moderns and Renaissance to Goya exhibitions for just $10 – tickets available at the ticketing desk.

You can win prizes for best dressed by adding a touch of 1920s-40s to your outfit so ladies, don’t forget your pearls, and gentlemen, tuck that kerchief in your pocket.

See you at the party!

Part of Art & About Sydney 2013

25 September 2013


A Silk Road saga
the sarcophagus of Yu Hong

22 Aug – 10 Nov 2013

Alex Kershaw
Fantasticology Tokyo: faults, flesh and flowers

12 Sep – 10 Nov 2013

Brenda L Croft

6 Apr – 15 Oct 2013

Renaissance to Goya
prints and drawings from Spain

31 Aug – 24 Nov 2013

Soul of simplicity
seven centuries of Korean ceramics

8 Feb 2013 – 21 Apr 2014

Still life

27 Jul 2013 – 23 Mar 2014

Sydney moderns
art for a new world

6 Jul – 7 Oct 2013

On Wednesdays the Gallery stays open late for Art After Hours

Displays until 10pm

Cafe until 9.30pm

Restaurant until 9pm

Gallery Shop until 8.45pm

Members lounge until 8.30pm

Library and archive until 6.30pm

Courtesy bus runs every 15 mins from 7pm until closing from the Gallery to various locations in the city close to public transport

Macquare University and Art Gallery of New South Wales Society