Talks

Exhibition Talks at AGNSW

Get to know the artists and their work. Join us for a series of talks by artists and curators to discover the people, stories and ideas behind the art on display.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Wednesday 5, 12, 26 April, 14, 21, 28 June, 5.30 – 6pm
Wed 5 Apr, 5.30pm: Coby Edgar on Tiger Yaltangki
Wed 12 Apr, 5.30pm: Megan Cope
Wed 26 Apr, 5.30pm: Dale Harding
Wed 14 June, 5.30pm: Alex Gawronski
Wed 21 June, 5.30pm: Khaled Sabsabi and Tom Nicholson
Wed 28 June, 5.30pm: Wayne Tunnicliffe on Gordon Bennett

Free, drop-in

Conversations: Changing courses by Keg de Souza at AGNSW

Artist Keg de Souza hosts a series of conversations and food events as part of her work Changing courses for the exhibition The National 2017: new Australian art.

At each session, we'll gather in de Souza's immersive installation on lower level 2 of the Art Gallery of NSW for a discussion on aspects of food culture in Australia. While sampling food specific to the conversation, we'll unpack the identity of a place through food.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Wednesdays 26 April, 24 May, 28 June
Free, bookings essential
Online bookings open soon

For the full program, visit the Art Gallery of NSW website.

A Night with Nell

Join us for an intimate conversation with Sydney-based artist Nell in conversation with Julie Ewington as we discuss her love for all things rock n’ roll, Buddhist philosophy, sex and rebirth.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Program Details
Wednesday 7 June, 6.30-7.30pm
$15/$10 MCA Members and Concessions

Talks: It was about opening the very notion that there was a particular perspective by Alex Martinis Roe at AGNSW

Artist Alex Martinis Roe has commissioned a series of talks on specific social and political events that took place in Sydney in the 1970s and 80s.

The series is part of her body of work It was about opening the very notion that there was a particular perspective 2015–17 in the exhibition The National 2017: new Australian art, which also includes a three-channel video installation on display at the Art Gallery of NSW.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Saturdays 29 April, 27 May, 17 June
Free, drop-in

For the full program, visit the
Art Gallery of NSW website.