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JUN – AUG EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS 2018


CONTENTS J U N E – AUG U ST

E XH I B ITIO N S 4 CO LLEC TIO N & DI S PL AYS 14 TA LKS & TO U R S 18 F I R ST F RI DAYS 21 KI DS & FA M I LI E S 22 TE E N S 24 LE AR N I NG 26 M E M B E R S 34 C A LE N DAR 42

WELCOME Brighten your winter with our invigorating season of exhibitions and programs. Inspired by Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay, stay up late with Monet, Morisot and Cézanne every Friday in July, or become a Member and receive unlimited entry to the exhibition with an exclusive Season Pass. Book your place at the Gallery’s latest short course offering, Art and Spirituality in Asia. Designed for individuals with little or no prior knowledge of Asian art, as well as for those who wish to further deepen their understanding, this course introduces the rich heritage of art created in the spiritual traditions of Asia and which continue to resonate today. Members receive a 50% discounted price. Head over to page 15 for more. We also show some love to the locals with the launch of the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival, held at the Gallery on 26 July. Join us for a series of in-conversations and talks with SALA artists and for exhibitions spread throughout the Gallery during the month of August. image detail (front cover): Paul Signac, France, 1863 – 1935, Palace of the Popes, 1909, oil on canvas, 73.3 x 91.9 cm; Purchased by the French state at the Salon des Artistes Indépendants, 1912, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France, photo: © RMN-Grand Palais (Musée d’Orsay)/ Hervé Lewandowski. photo: Saul Steed.

We look forward to seeing you around the Gallery this culturefilled season. Dr Lisa Slade Co-Acting Director Follow @curator_lisaslade on Instagram

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Mark Horton Co-Acting Director


EXHIBITIONS

Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay U nt il 29 J uly TI C K E T E D E X H I B ITI O N – E XC LU S I V E TO A D E L A I D E

More than 65 Impressionist masterpieces from the renowned collection of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris feature in a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay charts the revolution of colour that lies at the very heart of Impressionism and includes master works by Monet, Renoir, Manet, Morisot, Pissarro and Cézanne, among many others. From the dark tones of Manet’s Spanish-influenced paintings, to the rich green and blue hues of the French countryside as painted by Cézanne, Monet and Pissarro, to the rosy pigments of Renoir’s and Morisot’s female figures, the exhibition traces the development of colour in the Impressionists’ radical reshaping of painting in the nineteenth century. The exhibition is staged in one of Australia’s few nineteenth-century gallery spaces. A fitting backdrop for Colours of Impressionism, the Elder Wing recalls the lightfilled interior of the former train station that now houses the Musée d’Orsay on Paris’ Left Bank.

BOO K I N G S & TIC K ET S Book in person or online at artgallery.sa.gov.au $25 Adult $22 Concession $20 Member $70 Member Season Pass $12 Student (ages 13+) $10 Child (ages 5–12) $55 Family Pass (2a+3c) Children under 4 free

E XC LU S I V E MEMBER OFFER

Receive unlimited entry to Colours of Impressionism with a Member Season Pass. Available for purchase in the Gallery.

In partnership with Art Exhibitions Australia, this exhibition has been curated by Marine Kisiel and Paul Perrin of the Musée d’Orsay for the Art Gallery of South Australia.

BA STI LLE DAY TOU R I N F R E N C H

Principal Sponsor Mazda. Principal Donor Singapore Airlines.

More on page 18.

image detail: Berthe Morisot, France, 1841—1895, The hydrangea, 1894, oil on canvas, 73.1 x 60.4 cm; Gift of Ernest and Julie Rouart, 1920, Musée d’Orsay, Paris, France, photo: © RMN-Grand Palais (Musée d’Orsay)/Patrice Schmidt.

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F R I D AY S I N J U LY O P E N L AT E U N T I L 9 P M

A NIGHT OF SUMMER COLOURS Fr id ay 6 J uly 5 – 9pm Brighten up your winter with artist Lauren Simeoni in her Frou Frou Pour Toi workshop, join a wine-tasting masterclass or be transported to Paris with the some of Adelaide’s finest jazz musicians.

A NIGHT OF AUTUMN COLOURS Fr id ay 13 J uly 5 – 9pm

Participate in a Passion and Pastels workshop with artist Roe Gartelmann, enjoy compelling live performance by Naomi Keyte and join us for talks and tours.

A NIGHT OF WINTER COLOURS Fr id ay 2 0 J uly 5 – 9pm

ALL SEASONS, ALL COLOURS Leave winter behind and journey through a year of seasons with the Gallery’s month of late-night events across Fridays in July. Experience Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay after hours, complemented by programs inspired by the changing colours of each season.

photo: Nat Rogers image detail (right): Claude Monet, France, 1840-1926, Water lily pond, pink harmony, 1900, oil on canvas, 90 x 100 cm; Bequest of Count Isaac de Camondo, 1911, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France, photo: © RMN-Grand Palais (Musée d’Orsay)/Hervé Lewandowski.

Experience the technique of oil painting in a workshop with Archibald finalist Tsering Hannaford, soak up the sounds of Nancy Bates as she performs with pure emotion, gifting to the human spirit, then listen to floor talks and tours.

A NIGHT OF SPRING COLOURS Fr id ay 27 J uly 5 – 9pm

Enjoy Mélange à Trois’ sultry blend of French classics and original music, take part in a springinspired floristry workshop and join us for talks and tours.


EXHIBITIONS

Diane Arbus: American Portraits

LU N C HTI M E TALK

14 J uly – 3 0 S e pte m b e r

Tue sd ay 31 J uly 12 . 3 0 p m

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The photographs of Diane Arbus (1923–71) are among the most widely recognised in the history of photography. Her images stand as powerful symbols of post-war America and, once seen, are rarely forgotten. Arbus had a huge curiosity about the society around her; her favourite thing was 'to go where I've never been'. Her subjects, often those living on the fringes of society, were always photographed in a candid, matter-of-fact way that seems for many viewers empowering and affirming, and for others exploitative and voyeuristic. Whatever the case, Arbus’ photographs make us see the world differently. The exhibition shows Arbus’ work alongside photographs by her artistic predecessors, contemporaries, and those who are heirs to aspects of her world view – including Walker Evans, Lisette Model, Weegee, Garry Winogrand, Lee Friedlander, Mary Ellen Mark and Katy Grannan. Like Arbus, these American photographers sought to redefine the tradition of portraiture, and have created memorable images that are both challenging and moving.

A National Gallery of Australia Exhibition. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government’s Visions of Australia program.

image: Diane Arbus, 1969, William Gedney Photographs and Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

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EXHIBITIONS

Tracey Moffatt: Body Remembers 14 J uly – 3 0 S e pte m b e r G A L L E RY 2 5 | F R E E E N TRY

Titled Body Remembers, Tracey Moffatt’s series of ten sepiatoned photographs was met with critical and popular acclaim when first shown at the Venice Biennale in 2017. The series’ protagonist is a maid, the artist herself, who is stranded on a colonial property. Moffatt describes the series as ‘a play with time, backwards and forwards of the past and present’. This display marks the first Australian presentation of the series.

image detail: Tracey Moffatt, Australia, born 1960, Spanish Window, from the series Body Remembers, 2017, Sydney, digital pigment print on paper, 162.0 x 244.0 cm (image); Collection of Neil Balnaves AO, Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery.

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EXHIBITIONS

To Have and to Hold: The Daalder Collection of International Jewellery Fr om 21 J uly G A L L E RY 8 | F R E E E N TRY

In 2017, the Art Gallery received a generous donation of 161 outstanding examples of jewellery from private collectors, Truus and Joost Daalder. The collection traverses 100 years of art jewellery and includes work by art nouveau master RenĂŠ Lalique through to Vietnamese-German contemporary artist Sam Tho Duong. Presented as a precious jewel box, the exhibition and its supporting publication invite an intimate encounter with works of art designed to be worn on the body and celebrate bold experimentation and rampant creativity.

image: Sarah Rothe, Australia, born 1983, Anisoptera collar, 2014, Adelaide, fretworked and etched titanium, 4.6 x 23.4 cm; Gift of Truus and Joost Daalder through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2017, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Courtesy Sarah Rothe, photo: Grant Hancock.

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EXHIBITIONS

Chiharu Shiota: Embodied 24 Aug us t – 28 Oc tob e r 2018 G A L L E R I E S 9, 10 , 11, 14 A N D E X T E R N A L FAÇ A D E F R E E E N TRY

A leading international artist, Chiharu Shiota has a longstanding relationship with Australia, dating back to a seminal experience as an exchange student at the Australian National University’s Canberra School of Art, in 1993–94. It was in Australia that she had a breakthrough moment which led to her signature ‘thread installations’, a period in her practice that has rarely been studied in depth, until now. In August 2018 the Art Gallery of South Australia will present the first major solo survey exhibition in Australia of Chiharu Shiota’s work. Beginning as autobiographical excavations, her installations draw on personal experiences and emotions to create universally resonant works. Through significant loans from the artist and private and public lenders in Germany, Japan and Australia, this exhibition will explore Shiota’s early performance pieces, captured through her photographs, drawings and movingimage works. The centrepiece of this exhibition will be a major commissioned acquisition for the collection featuring Shiota’s iconic string practice. A unique drawing in space, this truly immersive work will use kilometres of red wool and feature new sculptural elements. The work, Absence Embodied, the only large-scale permanent installation of Shiota’s work in a public institution in Australia, will be realised in the historic Melrose Wing.

Gift of the Gwinnett Family through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation. image detail: Portrait of Chiharu Shiota in her installation Dialogue from DNA, 2004, Krakau, Austria; photo: Sunhi Mang, Courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne.

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MEMBERS PR E VI E W Thur sd ay 23 Augu s t , 1. 3 0 p m

Experience the work of Chiharu Shiota before it opens to the public in an exclusive Members Preview with curators Leigh Robb and Rusty Kelty. Booking info on page 34.


COLLECTION & D I S P L AY S

Lindy Lee: The Life of Stars

Queen Adelaide and William IV: Official Portraits and Cutting Caricatures

N ow on display N O RT H T E R R AC E | F R E E

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Lindy Lee’s The Life of Stars, a six-metre-tall sculpture created in collaboration with UAP and fabricated in Shanghai, has become a beacon and instantly iconic work embraced by the city. The sculpture has been acquired for the collection, allowing the Gallery to extend its display on the North Terrace Forecourt.

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This display explores the representation of Queen Adelaide and King William IV in commissioned portrait prints and in the popular press. Featuring more than thirty royal and satirical prints, as well as letters, coins and a jewellery box from Queen Adelaide’s collection, this display sheds light on the Queen who gave the city of Adelaide its name.

Presenting Partner Spartan

image detail: Lindy Lee, Australia, born 1954, The Life of Stars, 2015, stainless steel, dimensions variable; Courtesy the artist, Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney and Urban Art Projects, Shanghai photo: Saul Steed.

image: Samuel Raven, Britain, c.1775—1847, The Duchess of Clarence, later Queen Adelaide, c.1818, Birmingham ?, oil on papier‑mâché, 13.7 cm diameter; Gift of Her Majesty Queen Mary 1946, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

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COLLECTION & D I S P L AY S

Short Course ART AN D S PI RITUALIT Y I N A S IA Fou r ses sions , 2– 4 p m E ve r y S a tu r d ay in J ul y $250 Member s / $ 50 0 Non-member s R A D F O R D AU D ITO R I U M

Designed for individuals with little or no prior knowledge of Asian art or religions, as well as for those who wish to further deepen their understanding, this course introduces the rich heritage of art created in the spiritual traditions of Asia and which continue to resonate today. Belief and religion have played defining roles in the history of art in Asia. Explore the leading spiritual traditions – ancestral beliefs, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Christianity – which have influenced Asian art from prehistoric times to the modern era. By examining the interface between personal belief and creativity, participants will gain a richer appreciation of both Asian art and these spiritual traditions. 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.

Isle of the Gods: The Art and Culture of Bali 7 J uly 2018 – 13 J a nua r y 2019 G A L L E R I E S 2 0 A N D 21 | F R E E

For millennia the Balinese have cultivated artistic and cultural practices inspired by indigenous beliefs and intercultural exchange. As the only remaining Hindu society in Southeast Asia, the complex ritual cycles undertaken to placate the seen and unseen forces of their world have resulted in a diverse array of sculptures, textiles, paintings, architectural elements and ritual objects. Isle of the Gods: The Art and Culture of Bali presents iconic works of art from the Gallery’s collection as well as recent acquisitions and works on loan.

BOOKINGS

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image: Pita Maha Artists' Cooperative, Indonesia, 1936 –1942, The slain deer, c.1939, Ubud, Bali, wood, 39.0 x 24.0 x 13.0 cm; Whitlock Bequest Fund, assisted by the Public Donations Fund 2012, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

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C O L L E C T I O N & D I S P L AY S S A L A F E AT U R E D A RT I S T S

SALA EVENTS SA L A FE STIVA L O PE N I NG Thursday July 26 6pm Celebrate the opening of the SALA Festival, as renowned glass artist Clare Belfrage delivers the keynote address. Free, enter via Western Laneway.

C L ARE B E LFR AG E ARTI ST TALK Saturday 18 August 2pm Free, Radford Auditorium

In good company: the drawings of Geoff Wilson

G EOFF WI L SON I N - CONVE R SATION

6 J uly – 2 5 N ove m b e r

Friday 3 August 6pm More on page 19.

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Geoff Wilson is a South Australian artist, best known for his investigations of the landscape. As part of the Gallery’s offerings for the 2018 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival, this display will showcase the artist’s sketchbooks and drawings – from his pen and ink sketches of his European travels, to the coloured-pencil drawings and watercolours produced on numerous trips with artist friends in the South Australian landscape.

image detail: Geoffrey Wilson, Australia, born 1927, Angorichina office, Mt Mary, 1994, Blinman, South Australia, blue pencil on paper, 33.0 x 42.5 cm (image); private collection, Courtesy the artist.

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C O L L E C T I O N & D I S P L AY S S A L A F E AT U R E D A RT I S T S

Clare Belfrage

Ian North: Fleurieu!

Fr om 26 J uly

Fr om 4 Aug us t

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V E S TI B U L E | F R E E

Internationally renowned South Australian artist Clare Belfrage is famous for her delicate, translucent, leaf-like glass forms. For more than 25 years she has developed her craft in glass art, producing technically brilliant vessels. In 2018 Belfrage’s career is celebrated as part of the South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA) with an official 2018 SALA monograph, published by Wakefield Press and written by Adelaide-based writer Kay Lawrence and artist Sera Waters.

Commencing in photography, via the virtue of the gift of a medium format camera at age twelve, Ian North has been making photographs for six decades. One of his recurring subjects is the South Australian Fleurieu Peninsula. In this display, ten panoramic colour photographs continue North’s interrogation of landscape and identity. A publication will be available in the Gallery Store in 2018.

image detail: Clare Belfrage, Australia, born 1966 (from left to right), Segment #15, 2006, Leaf Circuitry, 2008, Passage #41, 2007, Passage #44 ,2007, Skin Deep, Orange and Pink, 2017, In Sight, Green, 2016, Segment #22, 2006, Petal, 2008, Passage #45, 2008, blown glass with cane drawing, cold worked, dimensions variable; Gift of Joan Lyons, David and Pam McKee and Diana McLaurin through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2017, Courtesy the artist.

image: Ian North, in his studio, 2012; photo: Nici Cumpston.

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TA L K S & TOURS

COLLECTION TOURS

BASTILLE DAY

Take a tour of the collection and selected exhibitions with our Gallery Guides.

S aturd ay 14 J uly 3pm

Join a special guided tour of Colours of Impressionism presented in French to celebrate Bastille Day.

Daily 11am until July Daily 11am & 2pm from August Free, meet in the Atrium

Free with exhibition entry, meet in Gallery 1

COLOURS OF IMPRESSIONISM

AUDIO DESCRIPTION TOURS

Take a tour of Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay with our Gallery Guides. Daily until 29 July 11am, 11.30am, 2pm & 3pm Free with exhibition entry, North Terrace entrance

Held on the third Saturday of each month, these tours are audio-described and multisensory, designed specifically for blind and vision-impaired visitors. S aturd ay 16 J une 3p m

Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay. Free with exhibition entry, meet in the Vestibule

LUNCHTIME COLLECTION TOURS Meet at the North Terrace main entrance and join a free express tour in your lunch break. Daily (except Tuesdays) from 1 August 12.30pm (30 min)

S aturd ay 21 J uly 3p m

Permanent collection, selected works. Free, meet in the Atrium

PRIVATE GROUP BOOKINGS Choose your own adventure and book a group tour with one of our Gallery Guides. Groups of up to 15, from $20 per group

S aturd ay 18 Augu s t 3p m

To Have and to Hold, Daalder Collection. Free, meet in the Atrium

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

Meet our Gallery Guides to regularly view special exhibitions and explore our collection.

T 08 8207 7109 E public.programs@artgallery.sa.gov.au

GROUP BOOKINGS

T 08 8207 7033 E public.programs@artgallery.sa.gov.au

AUSLAN interpreted and audio description tours of the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions are available for adults, families and children at other times by request.

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TA L K S & TOURS

AUSLAN INTERPRETED TOURS

LUNCHTIME TALKS

Guided tours accompanied by an accredited AUSLAN interpreter for deaf and hard of hearing visitors.

Insightful lunchtime floor talks presented by our curators and invited guests:

Fr id ay 1 J une 7p m

James Bennett, Curator of Asian Art, speaks about China's nineteenth century trading history in China and the World. Free, Gallery 19a

Tue sd ay 5 J une 12 . 3 0 pm

Guided tour of Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay. This tour is offered as part of our First Fridays program. Free with exhibition entry, Vestibule

Tue sd ay 12 J une 12 . 3 0 pm Leigh Robb, Curator of Contemporary Art, discusses the work of Matthew Monahan. Free, Gallery 13

S und ay 15 J uly 11a m

Collection tour including Australian art post 1945. Free, Atrium

Tue sd ay 19 J une 12 . 3 0 pm

Fr id ay 3 Augu s t 6 p m

Tracey Lock, Curator of Australian Paintings and Sculpture, speaks about Nora Heysen’s painting Ruth. Free, Gallery 13

An in-conversation with South Australian artist Geoff Wilson and author John Neylon. This event is part of our First Fridays program. Free, Function Room

Tuesday lunchtime talks are AUSLAN translated by an interpreter. No registrations required. photo: Nat Rogers.

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TA L K S & TOURS

Tue sd ay 26 J une 12 . 3 0 pm

Tue sd ay 31 J uly 12 . 3 0 pm

Nici Cumpston, Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, discusses selected works in the collection display titled Desert Colour. Free, Gallery 7

Julie Robinson, Senior Curator, Prints, Drawings and Photographs, introduces the exhibition Diane Arbus: American Portraits. Free, Gallery 23

Tue sd ay 3 J uly 12 . 3 0 pm

South Australian artist Geoff Wilson discusses his work on display in In good company: the drawings of Geoff Wilson with Alice Clanachan, Assistant Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs. Free, Gallery 19A

Tue sd ay 7 Augu s t 12 . 3 0 pm

Tony Magnusson, Curator of European and North American Art, discusses breakthroughs in colour theory as harnessed by Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist artists in Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay. Free with exhibition entry, Gallery 1

Tue sd ay 14 Augu s t 12 . 3 0 pm

Elle Freak, Assistant Curator of Australian Paintings and Sculpture, highlights the work of South Australian artist Theresa Walker, Australia's first professional female sculptor. Free, Gallery 13

Tue sd ay 10 J uly 12 . 3 0 pm

In celebration of the 2018 NAIDOC week theme, Because of her we can, Co-Acting Director Lisa Slade looks at art from Ernabella. Free, Gallery 6

Tue sd ay 21 Augu s t 12 . 3 0 pm

Tue sd ay 17 J uly 12 . 3 0 pm

Maria Zagala, Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, introduces Ian North’s recent series of photographs of the Fleurieu Peninsula. Free, Vestibule

The Studio presenting artist, Lauren Simeoni, discusses her work with Rebecca Evans, Curator, European and Australian Decorative Arts. Simeoni’s work is also included in To Have and to Hold: The Daalder Collection of International Jewellery from 21 July in Gallery 8. Free, The Studio

Tue sd ay 2 8 Augu s t 12 . 3 0 pm

James Bennett, Curator of Asian Art, introduces Isle of the Gods: The Art and Culture of Bali. Free, Gallery 20

Tue sd ay 24 J uly 12 . 3 0 pm

Alice Clanachan, Assistant Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, discusses the work of Tracey Moffatt, Body Remembers, a new photographic series shown at the 2017 Venice Biennale. Free, Gallery 24

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F I R S T F R I DAY S O P E N L AT E U N T I L 9 P M

Stay up late with the Gallery on the first Friday of every month with an eclectic and everchanging curated program of live music, talks and tours.

Fr id ay 6 J uly 5 – 9pm

Brighten up your winter and join local artist Lauren Simeoni as you create wearable works of art in her Frou Frou Pour Toi workshop. Be transported to an intimate French bar for a night in Paris with some of Adelaide’s finest jazz musicians. Louise Blackwell and band will take you on a journey of chansons (French songs) to celebrate 1930s stars. Join Michael Mills for a theatrical tour with a twist of Colours of Impressionism exhibition (ticket required) or join a Penny’s Hill wine-tasting masterclass experience.

Presented by the John T Reid Charitable Trusts and the Thyne Reid Foundation. Fr id ay 1 J une 5 – 9pm

Colours of Impressionism is in full flight. Join us 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 Adelaide Biennial (free) or Colours of Impressionism exhibition (ticket required, AUSLAN interpreted) then sit back and enjoy some retro disco tunes with a unique French flavour from DJ Bennymax.

Fr id ay 3 Augu s t 5 – 9pm

Celebrate the best of South Australian art and music. Sit back and listen to the smooth harmonies of The Hushes. Take a tour of our SALA displays and join us for an in-conversation with author John Neylon and South Australian artist Geoff Wilson.

photo: Andre Castellucci.

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KIDS & FAMILIES

SCHOOL HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS F LOATI NG C HA LK I M PRE S S IO N I ST PAI NTI NG Mon 9 – Fri 13 July 10am, 11.30am, 1pm $10 per child, bookings essential Parent/guardian supervision required Ages 5–12 years Have you ever made a floating chalk print? Learn how and create your own colourful speckled impressionist painting. Bookings essential

I M PRE S S ION S WITH H E N RI PE RFOR M ANC E TO U R S Monday 16 – Friday 20 July 10am, 11.30am, 12.30pm (60min) $30 adults, $10 child (5–12), $60 family, $25 members, $17 student All ages, places limited, book online

THE STUDIO Open daily for all ages

Say ‘Bonjour!’ to Henri Matisse, friend of the Impressionists, artist and art collector, as he takes you on a journey through the major exhibition Colours of Impressionism. Unlock your understanding of the rainbow on this colourful theatrical adventure for the whole family.

Sunnyside up! Join us for this iteration of The Studio, created by Lauren Simeoni, and discover that yellow really isn’t very mellow. It’s shiny, full of energy, light and positivity. In the work of Lauren Simeoni things that many of us would discard are reborn as wonderful wearables – as colourful art that can be exhibited on the body! You too will become a chromophile, or a lover of colour, when you experience the unbearable brightness of being at the Art Gallery. Bookings not required.

PRI NT M AN IA Mon 16 July 10am–1pm & 2–5pm $30 per child, places are limited, book online Ages 9–15 Join artist Simone Tippett for an introduction to printmaking. Examine artists' techniques and draw inspiration from rarely seen bold and vivid works in the collection.

Presented by the James & Diana Ramsay Foundation. photo: Craig Arnold.

SCHOOL HOLIDAY BOOKINGS

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KIDS & FAMILIES

START AT THE GALLERY

B EC AU S E OF H E R , W E C AN !

First Sunday of every month

S und ay 1 J uly 11a m –3pm

A ge s 3 –12 | Fre e

START celebrates NAIDOC and the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women make to our communities, families, rich history and nation. Join a special program of Aboriginal women musicians, artists and performers curated by Barkindji Woman, and accomplished singer-songwriter Nancy Bates.

START at the Gallery is a free day of family fun. Enjoy a diverse program of art making, performances, music and special guided tours, highlighting current exhibitions and displays. Presented by the James & Diana Ramsay Foundation.

W HAT DO YO U DO WITH AN I DE A ?

SAL A E X TR AVAGA NZ A S und ay 5 Augu s t 11a m –3pm

S und ay 3 J une 11a m –3pm

START highlights the talents of local legends and our youngest South Australian Living Artists with the 7th annual START Art Prize exhibition. Prize winners are announced at 12pm followed by an afternoon of festivities and activities.

Bring your brilliant ideas along and find out what to do with them at START. With storytelling performances and amazing art workshops, discover how ideas can be transformed into works of art, music and more.

photo: Nat Rogers.

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NEO TEENS

N EO

N EO SAL A SOI RÉ E

A ge s 13 –17 | Fre e

S aturd ay 11 Augu s t 6 – 8 . 3 0 p m

Just for teens, Neo is back with an up late evening in honour of the South Australian Living Artists festival! Check out local artist Lauren Simeoni’s wonderful wearables in The Studio, take part in local legends' labs and digital drawing tours, or make shapes on the dancefloor as you celebrate teenage maestros and mastermind artists.

Teens take on the Art Gallery with our Neo arts program. Meaning new, youthful, fresh, lately and now, ‘Neo’ captures the spirit of the contemporary. Be inspired by our edgy workshops and listen to live DJs in a parentfree zone. Proudly presented by The Balnaves Foundation

N EO LE FRE AK , C ’ E ST C H IC !

SAV E TH E DATE

S aturd ay 16 J une 6 – 8 . 3 0 p m

21ST C E NTU RY CU R IOS IT Y

Neo hosts a party in the Australianexclusive exhibition, Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay. Get free access to the exhibition and join the radical and revolutionary Impressionists at a colourful night of creative labs, karaoke, drag tutorials, dance and live music by teens.

S aturd ay 15 S e pt e m b e r, 6 – 8 . 3 0 p m

N E O BO O K I N G S E S S E NTI A L

T 08 8207 7076 W artgallery.sa.gov.au/neo E neo@artgallery.sa.gov.au

photo: Nat Rogers.

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A $100,000 national art prize supporting contemporary artists under 40. Entries open 14 September – 14 December 2018. artgallery.sa.gov.au/ramsay

Presented by James & Diana Ramsay Foundation. People’s Choice supported by Lipman Karas.


LEARNING F O R S T U D E N T S & E D U C ATO R S

COLO U R S OF I M PRE S S ION I S M Weekdays during school term 10am – 5pm (60 min) $40 class, $15 equity & regional class. Limited to 30 students/class Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay charts the revolution of colour that lies at the very heart of Impressionism and includes master works by Monet, Renoir, Manet, Morisot, Pissarro and Cézanne, among many others. Due to the popularity of this event guided tours are no longer available. We have Interpretive Resources available online to help guide you on your self-guided visit.

PE RFOR M ANC E TO U R S       Weekdays during school term

Tuesdays and Fridays in Term 2

10am–5pm (60 min), free

10am, 11.30am, 12.30pm (60min) Suitability F –Year 5 $200 class, $130 equity/country Bookings essential

Australian Curriculum-connected learning opportunities. Take a guided session with one of our Guides, or enjoy displays through independent self-guided group learning. Exhibitions include Queen Adelaide, China and the World, To Have and to Hold (July) and Chiharu Shiota (August).

G U I DE D L ANG UAG E TO U R S

Join Henri Matisse on his next colourful theatrical adventure, unpacking the science of colour and art for the blockbuster exhibition Colours of Impressionism. image detail: Claude Monet, France, 1840–1926, Tulip field in Holland, 1886, oil on canvas, 65.5 x 81.5 cm; Bequest of Princess Edmond de Polignac née Winnaretta Singer, 1947, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France, photo: © RMN-Grand Palais (Musée d’Orsay)/Franck Raux.

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Weekdays during school term 10am–5pm, free Do you teach a language? Do your students need to practise their listening and comprehension skills? Do they need experience interacting with others in either French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese or Spanish? Engage your students with your target language by using significant works of art to develop their language skills. Contact the learning team to arrange your guided tour.

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LEARNING F O R S T U D E N T S & E D U C ATO R S

SCIENCE WEEK TOURS – GAME CHANGERS AND CHANGE MAKERS

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Weekdays 25 June – 6 July

13 –17 August

10am , 11.30am and 1pm (60 min), free

10am –2pm, free, bookings essential

View works of art in the collection that celebrate the contributions Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make – to our communities, our families, our rich history and our nation.

Celebrate Science Week at the Gallery with a guided session where students explore the Game Changers and Change Makers in the permanent collection and a making and responding session. This visit also includes a visit to the South Australian Museum.

FO L LOW L E A R N I N G AT TH E GA L L E RY O N LI N E

photo: Saul Steed.

FAC E BO O K Learning at the Gallery

LE A R N I N G BO O K I N G S

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LEARNING F O R S T U D E N T S & E D U C ATO R S

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Weekdays during school term (120 min) $200 class, $130 equity/country class Observation Drawing Following a visit of the permanent collection, students join artist-facilitators for an introduction to drawing. Featuring a selected work from the collection, students explore line, tone and proportion. Comics and Characters Students transform a portrait in the collection into an imaginative comic book character or caricature, exploring body language, facial expression and movement.

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Examine works of art in the collection and begin to unpack the anatomy of the human form. Complete a series of observational studies exploring planar and ovoid drawing techniques that focus on measurement, structure and rendering.

Weekdays during school term (60 min) $30 class, $15 equity/country per class Students journey across Australia and the world in a multi-sensory tour of the collection that explores food, festival and ceremonies, enhanced by sound, smell and touch elements. Also suitable for students with disabilities and access requirements.

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Weekdays during school term (60 min) $30 class, $15 equity/country per class Are you investigating modern Australian artists? Or perhaps you are exploring the origins of masks? Examine rarely seen works of art from the Asian, print and decorative arts collections during a private viewing, followed by a collaborative making session.

photo: Nat Rogers.

The Gallery’s Learning and Educator programs are supported by the Government of South Australia through the Department of Education and Child Development.

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LEARNING F O R S T U D E N T S & E D U C ATO R S

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11 August 10am – 2pm $10 student, $5 equity/regional student, $20 educators and parent/caregivers, bookings essential Listen to a variety of arts professionals share their experiences of how they got to where they are today, the challenges and the highlights. This forum will open your mind to the vast possibilities that await you in an arts-related industry. Presenters will include:

M Y P ORTR AIT, M Y STORY

– Paul Vasileff – Director, Paolo Sebastian

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– Claire Foxton – Street Artist (NSW)

September and November

– Matt Taylor – Contemporary Furniture Designer

Visit website for dates and times (90 min) $250 class, $180 equity/country per class

– Serena Wong – Arts, Culture and Development Officer, Riddoch Art Gallery

Children are invited to reflect on portraiture as a form of artistic expression using Reggio Emilia’s pedagogic approach that places a high value on children’s ability to improvise and respond to the unexpected.

– Thomas Readett – Artist/ TARNANTHI Education Officer, Art Gallery of South Australia – Sera Waters – Artist and Lecturer, Adelaide Central School of Art – Rebecca Evans – Curator, Art Gallery of South Australia (in conversation with Artlab Australia)

image: Paul Vasileff, Director, Paolo Sebastian; photo: Sam Oster.

– Penny Griggs – General Manager, South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA)

L E A R N I N G BO O K I N G S

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LEARNING F O R S T U D E N T S & E D U C ATO R S

TH E STU DIO

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Weekdays during school term (60 min)

3 – 26 August

Free, facilitator and all material supplied

10am –5pm each day (open selected days, visit Art Gallery website for details)

Sunnyside up!

Exhibition opening, 3 August, 5– 6pm

Join us for this iteration of The Studio, created by Lauren Simeoni, and discover that yellow really isn’t very mellow. It’s shiny, full of energy, light and positivity. In the work of Lauren Simeoni things that many of us would discard are reborn as wonderful wearables – as colourful art that can be exhibited on the body! You too will become a chromophile, or a lover of colour, when you experience the unbearable brightness of being at the Art Gallery.

Showcasing works of art by senior secondary students, created in anatomy, life drawing, self-portraiture and fashion illustration workshop experiences at the Gallery. This exhibition will also include a selection of submissions for the Adelaide Contemporary Student Design Competition and South Australian Teen Fashion Award Finalists.

photo: Sam Oster.

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LEARNING F O R S T U D E N T S & E D U C ATO R S

KIC KSTART Weekdays during school term

E DUC ATOR CON N EC T: FOCU S ON COLO U R

10 am – 2pm

Friday 1 June

$600 per class, $450 equity/country per class (max 30 students)

4.30pm for a 5pm start – 7pm

Extend your critical thinking and be inspired by works of art from the collection in this one-day workshop led by artists and educators. Workshops will include idea generation and art appreciation. This session has been framed around the SACE Performance Standards.

Join educators and arts professionals for tours of the Gallery and participate in a creative making session focusing on the Colour Interpretive Resources. Examine the history of colour and how it has changed due to technology.

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$20 per educator

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LEARNING F O R E D U C ATO R S

SAVE TH E DATE : VI S UAL ART E DUC ATOR S OF SO UTH AU STR ALIA WI NTE R CO N FE RE NC E Friday 3 August & Saturday 4 August 9am – 4 pm See VAESA website for booking information.

HOW TO TE AC H ABORIG I NAL ART FE ATU RI NG ARTI ST G R AC E LI LLIAN LE E Saturday 24 November 9.30am – 4.30am This session will support educators in delivering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures content in an inclusive and meaningful way with a key focus on cultural understanding.

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Friday 7 September 4.30pm for a 5pm start – 7pm $20 per educator Join South Australian artist Lauren Simeoni for a practical workshop on wearable art.  Rebecca Evans, Curator of European and Australian Decorative Arts will also join us for a talk to launch the new Design Interpretive Resource, which is linked to the Daalder Collection featured in the exhibition To Have and to Hold. 

Certificates of attendance addressing the AITSL Standards are provided for all professional development opportunities.

image: Nel Linssen, The Netherlands, 1935 – 2016, Bracelet, 2011, Amsterdam, paper, 8.5 x 2.0 cm; Gift of Truus and Joost Daalder through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2017, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Courtesy Pieternel Linssen, photo: Grant Hancock.

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LEARNING F O R E D U C ATO R S

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Tuesday 17 July 10am – 5pm $160 per educator

9.30am – 4.30pm $95 per educator With the Gallery’s collection as the backdrop, view works of art on display, engage in artist and curator talks and participate in workshops. This session will support educators in delivering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures content in an inclusive and meaningful way with a key focus on cultural understanding and will feature artist and curator talks.

Join artist Simone Tippett for an introduction to printmaking. Examine artists’ techniques and draw inspiration from rarely seen, bold and vivid works in the collection.

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Wednesday 18 July 10am – 5pm $160 per educator

*Special $350 package for country and regional educators (valued at $450) includes:

Be inspired by the Impressionists! Join us for an exploration of riverfront en plein air painting with artist facilitator Tsering Hannaford. Learn alternative ways to incorporate a variety of painting techniques and materials into your classrooms.

– Printmaking Workshop with Simone Tippett, 17 July – En Plein Air Painting on the River (includes ticket to Colours of Impressionism), 18 July – How to Teach Aboriginal Art, 19 July

photo: Learning at the Gallery

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MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS

GALLE RY STORE M ONTH LY OFFE R S Head into the Gallery Store to take advantage of these great monthly specials exclusively for Members. Show your Member ID in store when making your purchase. June Spend $150 on any scarf and get 15% off. July 15% off all Colours of Impressionism merchandise and books (some exclusions apply, see instore for details). August Buy any two Impressionist postcards or gift cards and receive the third free (third must be of equal or less value).

C H I HARU S H IOTA PRE VI E W JOI N A S AN ART GALLE RY M E M B E R TODAY Deepen your connection with the Art Gallery and join a vibrant group of supporters and art lovers. Members support the Gallery and enjoy: • Discounted entry to ticketed exhibitions • Invitations to exclusive openings and events • A complimentary subscription to the Gallery’s Articulate magazine

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Experience Chiharu Shiota before it opens to the public in an exclusive Members preview with curators Leigh Robb and Rusty Kelty. BO O K I N G S

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• 10% discount at the Gallery Store and Art Gallery Food + Wine

photo: Andre Castellucci.

START YOUR MEMBERSHIP EXPERIENCE Join online at artgallery.sa.gov.au/membership or call 08 8207 7050 or see us in person at the Gallery.


MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS

COLO U R S OF I M PRE S S ION I S M M E M B E R S M ORN I NG S – ON LY FOR M E M B E R S

N E W M E M B E R S TO U R S Have you recently become a Member? Join us for a relaxed morning tea and orientation tour given by a Gallery Guide. Sunday 17 June 10.30am Wednesday 18 July 10.30am Sunday 19 August 10.30am

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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 pop-up store will also be open.

Meet in the Members Lounge, which is accessed via the Sculpture Courtyard. BO O K I N G S

W artgallery.sa.gov.au/memberevents T 08 8207 7035 E members@artgallery.sa.gov.au

An exhibition ticket is required for entry. Purchase tickets on the day or in advance from the Gallery or online. photo: Nat Rogers.

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MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS

M E M B E R S BOOK C LU B The Members Book Club meets monthly with discussions facilitated by the Gallery Guides. There are limited places available and once full a wait list is maintained for interested members. Books on the reading list are available to buy from the Gallery Store. Members receive a double discount on Book Club titles. If you would like more information or to register, phone 08 8207 7050.

M E M B E R S G U I DE TO TH E GALLE RY On the first Wednesday of the month Gallery Guides present a Members-only tour on different topics. Members are invited to enjoy a complimentary tea or coffee in the Members Lounge before meeting the Gallery Guide in the Function Room. Take-away coffee cups and complimentary biscuits are provided 30 minutes prior to tour. Upcoming topics include: Wednesday 6 June China and the World Part B Wednesday 4 July Queen Adelaide Wednesday 1 August To Have and to Hold: The Daalder Collection of International Jewellery Please register your attendance and indicate your preferred tour time. Choice of two start times at 10.30am and 11.30am, places are limited. BO O K I N G S

W artgallery.sa.gov.au/memberevents T 08 8207 7035 E members@artgallery.sa.gov.au

image detail: Thomas Howell Jones, Britain, active 19th century, A Windsor Pair daily seen at the royal table, published 1833, London, lithograph, hand-coloured in watercolour, on paper, with cut out flap adhered to front of sheet, 15.6 x 14.0 cm (image); Gift of John Biele through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2016, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

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TARNANTHI ART FAIR Held every year over an October weekend, the TARNANTHI Art Fair offers the unique opportunity to meet and buy works of art direct from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and art centres. Works of art available for sale are priced between $50 and $5,000. Presented in partnership with Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Principal Partner BHP image: TARNANTHI Art Fair; photo: Nat Rogers.

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LOOKING AHEAD

JOHN MAWURNDJUL: I AM THE OLD AND THE NEW 26 Oc tob e r 2018 – 28 J a nua r y 2019 F R E E E N TRY

PICASSO: THE VOLLARD SUITE 17 N ove m b e r 2018 – 28 J a nua r y 2019 F R E E E N TRY

ELDER WING: AUSTRALIAN ART ANEW O pe ns 8 D e ce m b e r 2018 F R E E E N TRY

image: Grace Crowley, Australia, 1890 – 1979, Miss Gwen Ridley, 1930, Glen Riddle, Barraba, New South Wales, oil on canvas on board, 72.0 x 53.0 cm; Purchased 1995 with the assistance of South Australian Government Grant, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

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GALLERY STORE

Visit the Gallery Store or the Colours of Impressionism pop-up for the perfect gift. Celebrate local and international artists during SALA Festival with our unique range of jewellery.

Clockwise from bottom left: Kath Inglis waterhole cuff in pink $230, Kath Inglis hydrangea drop stud earrings in red $220, Georgia Walker cha cha earrings $35, Grace Lillian Lee woven necklace $175, Colours of Impressionism tote bag $14.95, Colours of Impressionism notebooks $9.95, cashmere scarves $195 each in Burgundy, Blush and Hunter Green, Colours of Impressionism catalogue – flexibound $49.95 and hard cover $69.95

Open daily 10am – 4.45pm 08 8207 7029 artgallery.sa.gov.au/store

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ART GALLERY FOOD + WINE

photo: Nat Rogers.

Introducing the AGF+W menu déjeuner, a gastronomic journey of classic French fare. Experience the essence of Parisienne café life with a French inspired mini menu, created using the freshest South Australian produce. Book for breakfast (9–11.30am) or lunch (11.45 – 4pm). A bientôt!

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EVENTS CALENDAR G A L L E RY AT A G L A N C E DAILY Guided Collection Tours (until July)

11am

Guided Collection Tours (from August)

11am & 2pm

Lunchtime Collection Tours (except Tue) (from 1 August)

12.30pm

The Studio Activity Space

10am –5pm

Colours of Impressionism Guided Tours (until 29 July)

11am, 11.30am, 2pm & 3pm

JUNE Fri 1

First Fridays

5pm 21

Colours of Impressionism Auslan Interpreted tour

7pm 19

Sun 3

START at the Gallery: What do you do with an idea? 11am 23

Tue 5

Lunchtime talk with curator James Bennett

Wed 6

Members Guide to the Gallery

10.30am, 11.30am

Tue 12

Lunchtime talk with curator Leigh Robb

12.30pm 19

Sat 16

Colours of Impressionism Audio Description tour

3pm

Neo: Le Freak, C'est Chic!

6pm 24

Sun 17

New Members Tour

10.30am 35

Tue 19

Lunchtime talk with curator Tracey Lock

12.30pm 19

Thu 21

Colours of Impressionism Members Morning

9am 35

Tue 26

Lunchtime talk with curator Nici Cumpston

12.30pm 20

Sun 1

START at the Gallery: Because of her, we can!

11am 23

Tue 3

Lunchtime talk with curator Tony Magnusson

12.30pm 20

Wed 4

Members Guide to the Gallery

10.30am, 11.30am

Fri 6

Fridays in July: A Night of Summer Colours

5pm 6

First Fridays

5pm 21

Sat 7

Short Course: Art and Spirituality in Asia

2pm 15

Mon 9

School Holiday Workshop: Floating Chalk Impressionist Painting

10am, 11.30am, 1pm

Tue 10

Lunchtime talk with Co-Acting Director Lisa Slade

12.30pm 20

School Holiday Workshop: Floating Chalk Impressionist Painting

10am, 11.30am, 1pm

Wed 11

School Holiday Workshop: Floating Chalk Impressionist Painting

10am, 11.30am, 1pm

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Thu 12

School Holiday Workshop: Floating Chalk Impressionist Painting

10am, 11.30am, 1pm

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Fri 13

School Holiday Workshop: Floating Chalk Impressionist Painting

10am, 11.30am, 1pm

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Fridays in July: A Night of Autumn Colours

5pm 6

Sat 14

Colours of Impressionism Bastille Day tour in French

3pm 18

Short Course: Art and Spirituality in Asia

2pm 15

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EVENTS CALENDAR G A L L E RY AT A G L A N C E Sat 14

Diane Arbus: American Portraits opens

Sun 15

Australian Art Auslan Interpreted tour

11am 19

Mon 16

School Holiday Performance: Impressions with Henri

10am, 11.30am, 12.30pm 22

School Holiday Workshop: Print Mania

10am, 2pm

Tue 17

Lunchtime talk with curator Rebecca Evans and artist Lauren Simeoni 12.30pm

School Holiday Performance: Impressions with Henri

School Holiday Workshop: Print Mania

10am, 2pm

Wed 18

School Holiday Performance: Impressions with Henri

10am, 11.30am, 12.30pm 22

New Members Tour

10.30am 35

Thu 19

Colours of Impressionism Members Morning

9am 35

School Holiday Performance: Impressions with Henri

10am, 11.30am, 12.30pm 22

Fri 20

Fridays in July: A Night of Winter Colours

5pm 6

School Holiday Performance: Impressions with Henri

10am, 11.30am, 12.30pm 22

Sat 21

Short Course: Art and Spirituality in Asia

2pm 15

Audio Description tour

3pm 18

Tue 24

Lunchtime talk with curator Alice Clanachan

12.30pm 20

Thu 26

SALA Festival Opening

6pm 16

Fri 27

Fridays in July: A Night of Spring Colours

5pm 6

Sat 28

Short Course: Art and Spirituality in Asia

2pm 15

Sun 29

Colours of Impressionism closes

5pm 5

Tue 31

Lunchtime talk with curator Julie Robinson

12.30pm 20

10am 9

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10am, 11.30am, 12.30pm 22 22

AUGUST Wed 1

Members Guide to the Gallery

10.30am, 11.30am

Fri 3

First Fridays

5pm 21

In-conversation with artist Geoff Wilson (Auslan Interpreted) 6pm

Sun 5

START at the Gallery: SALA Extravaganza

Tue 7

Lunchtime talk with curator Alice Clanachan and artist Geoff Wilson 12.30pm

Sat 11

Neo: SALA Soirée

Tue 14

Lunchtime talk with curator Elle Freak

12.30pm 20

Sat 18

Clare Belfrage Artist Talk

2pm 16

Daalder Collection Audio Description tour

3pm 18

Sun 19

New Members Tour

10am 35

Tue 21

Lunchtime talk with curator Maria Zagala

12.30pm 20

Thu 23

Chiharu Shiota: Embodied Members Preview

1.30pm 13

Fri 24

Chiharu Shiota: Embodied opens

10am 13

Tue 28

Lunchtime talk with curator James Bennett

12.30pm 20

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Art Gallery of South Australia  

Exhibitions & Events June - August 2018

Art Gallery of South Australia  

Exhibitions & Events June - August 2018

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