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jpg Loose yourself in folklore and uncanny tales in 'Retro Horror Radio'

jpg Catch Japanese shamisen player Noriko Tadano on the Art After Hours stage

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This week, Art After Hours is transformed into a ghostly playground of folklore tales, music and more as we celebrate the exhibition Japan Supernatural with the Japan Foundation. Lose yourself in a strange world of ghost stories in Retro Horror Radio, a live radio show of classic Japanese horror stories with Arisa Yura and Terumi Narushima, or catch shamisen player Noriko Tadano take to the stage. On the big screen, watch Ann Turner’s phantasmagoric film Celia as part of our Dark arts film series.

27 November 2019

Exhibitions

Behind the poster

until 14 Dec 2019

Belonging

until Feb 2020

In one drop of water

until Dec 2020

Japan supernatural

until 8 Mar 2020

Making art public
50 years of Kaldor Public Art Projects

until 16 Feb 2020

Quilty

until 2 Feb 2020

Walking with gods

until Jan 2020

On Wednesdays the Gallery stays open late for Art After Hours (except 18 Dec – 1 Jan when Gallery closes 5pm)


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 (closed 18 Dec – 29 Jan)


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