TARNANTHI media preview featuring APY Art Centre Collective, Kulata Tjuta, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2017; Courtesy the artists and Ernabella Arts, Iwantja Arts, Kaltjiti Arts, Mimili Maku Arts, Ninuku Arts, Tjala Arts, Tjungu Palya, APY Art Centre Collective, photo: Ben Searcy

Events Calendar

Talks and tours are available daily. More 
Please note that presenter, location, and topic details are subject to change.
 

Exhibition Tours
Guided tours of Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’O rsay at 11am, 11.30am, 2pm & 3pm daily. Admission fees apply.

Tuesday 22 May 12.30pm
LUNCHTIME TALKS
For History Month, Maria Zagala, Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings & Photographs, introduces the Queen Adelaide display. Auslan interpreted.
Cost Free
Where Gallery 18

Wednesday 23 May 10.30am
NEW MEMBER TOURS
Have you recently become a Member? Join us for a relaxed morning tea and orientation tour given by a Gallery Guide.
Cost Free
Bookings essential call 08 8207 7050
Where Meet in the Members Lounge, accessed via the Sculpture Courtyard.

Tuesday 29 May 12.30pm
LUNCHTIME TALKS
Nici Cumpston, Curator Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art, leads a Reconciliation Week talk on the Ken Sisters in 2018 Adelaide Biennial. Auslan interpreted.
Cost Free
Where Gallery 7

Friday 1 June, 5-9pm
FIRST FRIDAY COLOURS OF IMPRESSIONISM
Colours of Impressionism is in full flight, join us this First Friday for some sketching fun with artist Luke Thurgate then hit the dance floor with Adelaide Afrobeat Collective who will play a colourful fusion of jazz, funk and West African drumming, inspired by Fela Kuti. Take a tour of the 2018 Biennial (free) or Colours of Impressionism (exhibition ticket required) then sit back and enjoy some retro disco tunes with a unique French flavour with DJ Bennymax. Auslan interpreted tour of Colours of Impressionism.

Friday 1 June 7pm
AUSLAN INTERPRETED TOURS
Colours of Impressionism
Join a guided tour accompanied by an accredited AUSLAN interpreter for Deaf and Hard of Hearing visitors.
Cost Free with exhibition entry
Where Meet in the Vestibule 

Sunday 3 June 11am–3pm
START AT THE GALLERY
WHAT DO YOU DO WITH AN IDEA?
Bring your brilliant ideas along and find out what to do with them at START, bring your ideas into the world in storytelling performances, use your ideas to create something amazing in art workshops and discover how ideas can be transformed into works of art, music and performances this START.
Ages 3–12 and families
Cost Free
Where Art Gallery of South Australia

Saturday 16 June, 6 - 8.30pm
LE FREAK, C'EST CHIC!

Neo hosts another teen-exclusive party set within the Australian-exclusive exhibition, Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay. Step off North Terrace and be transported to Paris for one radical Neo!
When
Saturday 16 June, 6 - 8.30pm

Cost
Free, bookings essential online

Enquiries
Call 82077076,
neo@artgallery.sa.gov.au 
Facebook event
online
Terms and Conditions
online

Thursdays 21 June 9–10am
COLOURS OF IMPRESSIONISM MEMBERS MORNING – ONLY FOR MEMBERS
Enjoy Colours of Impressionism during the special hour before doors open to the public. Exclusive to Members, the Gallery will open from 9–10am on the third Thursday of each month during the exhibition. A Gallery Guide will present a tour or talk and the exhibition shop will also be open. An exhibition ticket is required for entry. Purchase tickets on the day or in advance from the Gallery or online.

Sunday 1 July 11am–3pm
START AT THE GALLERY
BECAUSE OF HER, WE CAN! 
This START celebrates NAIDOC the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women make to our communities, families, our rich history and our nation with a special program of Aboriginal women musicians, artists and performers curated by Barkindji Woman, and accomplished singer-songwriter Nancy Bates.
Ages 3–12 and families
Cost Free
Where Art Gallery of South Australia

Saturday 7 July - Saturday 28 July, 2-4pm
ART AND SPIRITUALITY IN ASIAN ART
4 sessions, each Saturday in July
This short course will explore the leading spiritual traditions – Ancestral beliefs, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Christianity – which have influenced Asian art from prehistoric times to the modern era. Each of the four sessions will feature compelling presentations by James Bennett, Curator of Asian Art, and guest lecturers from Indonesian, Chinese, Syrian and Australian backgrounds.
Cost $250 Members / $500 Non-members
Where Radford Auditorium
Bookings online HERE
Enquires  agsa.members@artgallery.sa.gov.au or call 08 8207 7035

Mon 9 – Fri 13 July 10am, 11.30am, 1pm
SCHOOL HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS FLOATING CHALK IMPRESSIONIST PAINTING 
Have you ever made a floating chalk print? Learn how and create your own colourful speckled impressionist painting.
Cost $10 per child, Parent/guardian supervision required
Bookings essential  T 08 8207 7035 E public.programs@artgallery.sa.gov.au
Ages 5–12 years 
Where Radford Auditorium

Thursdays 19 July 9–10am
COLOURS OF IMPRESSIONISM MEMBERS MORNING – ONLY FOR MEMBERS
Enjoy Colours of Impressionism during the special hour before doors open to the public. Exclusive to Members, the Gallery will open from 9–10am on the third Thursday of each month during the exhibition. A Gallery Guide will present a tour or talk and the exhibition shop will also be open. An exhibition ticket is required for entry. Purchase tickets on the day or in advance from the Gallery or online.
Cost Exhibition ticket is required for entry
Enquires  agsa.members@artgallery.sa.gov.au or call 08 8207 7035

Sunday 5 August 11am–3pm
START AT THE GALLERY
SALA Extravaganza
This START highlights the talents of local legends especially START artists in the 7th annual START Art Prize exhibition.  Prize winners are announced at 12pm followed by an afternoon of festivities and activities.
Ages 3–12 and families
Cost Free
Where Art Gallery of South Australia 

Image: TARNANTHI media preview featuring APY Art Centre Collective, Kulata Tjuta, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2017; Courtesy the artists and Ernabella Arts, Iwantja Arts, Kaltjiti Arts, Mimili Maku Arts, Ninuku Arts, Tjala Arts, Tjungu Palya, APY Art Centre Collective, photo: Ben Searcy

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