Santos Atrium

Events Calendar

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NEO

A dynamic program of events, art and ideas for 13 to 17 year olds.

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START at the Gallery

START at the Gallery

An ever changing realm of art, entertainment and tours for families on the first Sunday of every month.

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Talks and Tours

Get more out of your visit with an expert tour, talk or lecture.

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Member Events

Member Events

Exclusive events for Gallery Members. See the full program of upcoming events.

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Nicholas Folland, born Adelaide 1967, Will it fit in the lift ..., 2013, zebra hide, timber, steel, 120 x 160 x 25 cm © Nicholas Folland, courtesy Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne. photo: Saul Steed.

THE STUDIO

Our dedicated activity space for children, families and art lovers of all ages.

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First Fridays

FIRST FRIDAYS

Open late on the First Friday of every month until 9pm. Kick start your weekend.

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Versus Rodin Drawing Tours

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detail: Australian Dance Theatre, Objekt, 2016, dance performance, direction and choreograpy: Garry Stewart costume design: Lucia Vonrhein

Australian Dance Theatre

Doppelganger, a new work created especially for Versus Rodin.

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Ramsay Art Prize

A new $100,000 national art prize supporting contemporary artists under 40. Opens 27 May.

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Short Course: Who's afraid of Aboriginal Art?

An entry point to understanding Australian Indigenous art

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Kids and Families

Kids and Families

Creative programs for kids and families. Start your child on the journey of art.

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detail: Tim Silver, Versus Rodin: bodies across space and time, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2017.

Podcasts

Listen to Artist Talks and Panel Discussions here.

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Contemporary Collectors Events

Contemporary Collectors Events

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Female gallery visitor viewing one part of artist Fiona Hall's 18 piece installation titled All the King's Men. It is a landscape format photograph cropped to show the upper torso and head of the visitor on the right, with one of the sculptures that make up the installation on the left. The sculpture is of two human heads. Each head is slightly larger than a basketball and they are knitted from thin strips of green and khaki jungle camouflage material overlayed upon a wire frame. The heads have been joined together at their sides to form a conjoined two-headed work. The eyes, mouths and flaring nostrils, integrated into the knitted form, are wide open revealing the empty space within. Knitted ears curl shell-like from the sides of each head. Orange light filters into the form, created by plastic car-headlight-covers knitted into the top of each head. Two strips of fabric hang beneath the headed form. The visitor, looking up at the two-headed sculpture that is slightly above her head height, has glossy black hair, styled up on top of her head with a prominent fringe. She wears a black and white patterned collared jacket over a black t-shirt together with a black and silver bead necklace.

Access Programs

Audio description and multi-sensory tours, Auslan translated events

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