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jpg Join Luke Carroll in conversation with Fenella Kernebone

jpg Join Pirra to celebrate NAIDOC Week

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It’s NAIDOC Week, an opportunity to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and recognise the contributions of Indigenous Australians in various fields. This year’s national NAIDOC theme is ‘serving country’ to honour all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and women who have fought in defence of country. In line with this theme, we are thrilled to welcome actor Luke Carroll to Art After Hours to discuss his recent role in Black diggers with Fenella Kernebone. This acclaimed production drew on new research to uncover the contribution of Aboriginal diggers in the First World War. Then the beautiful music of contemporary pop group Pirra will fill the Gallery and there will be a special tour of the Yiribana collection.

9 July 2014



28 Feb – 29 Sep 2014

Max Dupain
the Paris 'private' series and other pictures

24 May – 31 Aug 2014

Nike Savvas

18 Mar – 21 Sep 2014

Plumes and pearlshells
art of the New Guinea highlands

30 May – 10 Aug 2014

Reko Rennie
No sleep till Dreamtime

28 Jun – 30 Nov 2014

Sol LeWitt
Your mind is exactly at that line

20 Feb – 3 Aug 2014

The lost prince and the winter queen
royal portraits from the National Portrait Gallery, London

3 Jul – 28 Sep 2014

Theatre of dreams, theatre of play
nō and kyōgen in Japan

14 Jun – 14 Sep 2014
(See exhibition page for exact dates)

Tom Nicholson
Cartoons for Joseph Selleny

22 May – 10 Aug 2014

Tony Garifalakis
Mob rule

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

Members lounge until 9pm

Library and archive until 6.30pm

*Except 20, 27 December 2017 and 3 January 2018

Courtesy bus runs every 15 mins from 7pm until closing from the Gallery to surrounding car parks and Martin Place

Macquare University and Art Gallery of New South Wales Society