First Fridays is proudly presented by Santos
We are firing up Friday night at the Art Gallery by staying open after hours on the first Friday of every month. Hear great talks, unwind to live music and take in the latest exhibitions and displays.
Think of the Gallery as a launch pad for your weekend; have a bite to eat and something to drink at Art Gallery Food + Wine, browse in the Gallery Shop and immerse yourself in art and culture with an amazing mix of eclectic characters – then lose yourself in the city as you head off to other gigs, shows and events.
When The first Friday of every month, 5-9pm
Where Art Gallery of South Australia
Cost Free admission. Charges may apply for special exhibitions or events.
Enquiries Call 08 8207 7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
NEXT UP FOR FIRST FRIDAYS:
FRIDAY 1 SEPTEMBER
THE AUSTRALIAN ART REVIVAL
Join us to launch the reopening of Gallery 6 and hear from Assistant Director Lisa Slade as she discusses the second half of the twentieth century and the big moments that shaped Australian art. Explore the rehang surrounded by the meaningful sounds of Zephyr Quartet. Experience a suite of musical vignettes that mark the social and cultural landscape of the time, performed by South Australian songstress Zkye.
FRIDAY 6 OCTOBER
We’re hosting a red-carpet welcome for the Adelaide Fashion Festival! Hear from fashion designer Paul Vasileff as he shares his experience of being the first South Australian designer to show in the world’s fashion capital, Paris. Take in the display of delicate Paolo Sebastian garments, Vasileff’s label. Try your hand at fashion illustration on a drawing tour ($10, Book Online) or layback on the lawn and enjoy a refreshment while listening to soul roots trio WANDERERS.
FRIDAY 3 NOVEMBER
MARNI NIINA PUDNI
Welcome to TARNANTHI
The return of TARNANTHI is in full swing! Join us at First Friday’s to take a tour of the exhibition and learn more about Aboriginal Art. Experience the Indigenous Jewellery Project, which develops traditional and contemporary Aboriginal jewellery practice to create unique results, and meet some the artists. Then sit back to the sounds of local musicians Kahl Wallis and Nancy Bates.