Art After Hours At Art Gallery Of Nsw

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Wednesday 14 January 2009
14 January 2009

5.30PM court 9
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE in association with Monet and the Impressionists
A blend of illusion, mime and magic with the Etcetera Duo

5.30PM upper level
EXHIBITION TALK in Half Light: Portraits from Black Australia
Emily McDaniel, multimedia artist and Gallery Indigenous teacher/lecturer
Join Emily for a discussion about this first major survey of the work of Australian Indigenous artists creating photographic portraits.

6.30PM central court
CELEBRITY TALK in association with Monet and the Impressionists
Annabel Crabb, political journalist Sydney Morning Herald
Annabel Crabb has come to the fore as Australia’s undisputed queen of political sketch writing, loved by her readers for the deceptively gentle skewering she performs on the subjects. Tonight her subject is Monet.

Please note: The film program will be in recess for 3 months while the Domain Theatre is being refurbished. Screenings will resume in March 09.

7.30PM lower level 1
ARTBAR in association with Monet and the Impressionists
Be entertained by the Eddie Bronson Duo with classic French tunes.

EXHIBITIONS
• Monet and the Impressionists
• Half light: portraits from Black Australia
• Country Culture Community
• Genji: The world of the Shining Prince
• The late landscape paintings of Horace Trenerry

To see the full program go to: http://www.artafterhours.com.au/next/14_jan_09


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socks said 9 years ago

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WEDNESDAYS UNTIL 9PM

Art After Hours presents a range of events inspired by the Archibald Prize. Hear the artists, sitters, and comedians offer their take on this year’s exhibition.

FREE CELEBRITY TALKS 6.30pm

25 Mar. Fenella Kernebone, presenter, ABC TV Sunday Arts, in conversation with Ben Quilty, Archibald Prize artist

1 Apr. Barry Otto, actor and artist, on the Archibald Prize

8 Apr. Jean Kittson, comedian, on the Archibald Prize

15 Apr. Sarah-Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton, creators of Sass and Bide, on being hung in the Archibald Prize

22 Apr. Craig Schuftan, Triple J Culture Club presenter, A short history of angst and art in the 20th century

29 Apr. Moya Sayer-Jones in conversation with Paul Jackson, Packing Room Prize winner, and his subject Flacco, aka Paul Livingston.