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EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

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CONTENTS S E P TE M B E R – NOVE M B E R

E XH I B ITIO N S 4 S PEC IA L E V E NT S TAR N A NTH I 6 TAR N A NTH I C IT Y W I DE F E STIVA L 10 CO LLEC TIO N & DI S PL AYS 12 TA LKS & TO U R S 19 F I R ST F RI DAYS 22 KI DS & FA M I LI E S 23 TE E N S 25 LE AR N I NG 27 M E M B E R S 34 C A LE N DAR 42

A NOTE FROM NICK From mid-October TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art will transform the Gallery and the city with exhibitions and events, including the annual TARNANTHI Art Fair, delivering the best and brightest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.

image detail cover: Betty Kuntiwa Pumani, Australia, born 1963, Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara people, South Australia, Antara, 2017, Mimili, South Australia, synthetic polymer paint on linen, 300.0 x 200.0 cm. Courtesy the artist and Mimili Maku Arts image detail: Reko Rennie, Australia, born 1974, Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay/ Gummaroi people, New South Wales, OA_RR, 2016–17, Walgett, New South Wales and Melbourne, 4K three channel digital video, PAL, stereo sound, 7 minutes, 47 second; Acquisition through TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art supported by BHP 2017, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. Courtesy the artist and blackartprojects, Melbourne

Until then, enjoy our new take on Australian art, spread across three galleries, and be seduced by the sumptuous gowns of South Australia’s own fashion icon, Paul Vasileff, as we place 10 years of his designs produced for his fashion label Paolo Sebastian in conversation with the Gallery’s collection in the Melrose Wing. Oz Asia returns in late September too so keep an eye on North Terrace for a new work of art by a leading contemporary artist made exclusively for the festival. We look forward to seeing you in and around the Gallery during this lively, art and culture-filled season. Nick Mitzevich Director, Art Gallery of South Australia Follow @nick_mitzevich on Instagram

Photography contributors throughout this issue: Sven Kovac, John Montesi, Nat Rogers, Ben Searcy and Saul Steed.

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EXHIBITIONS

TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art 13 – 2 2 Oc tob e r 2017 FREE

PU B LI C PRO G R A M S DAILY TOURS 11am & 2pm from Monday 16 October THE STUDIO General Public, Daily Schools, Weekdays 10am – 2.30pm

TARNANTHI at the Gallery 13 Oc tob e r 2017 – 28 J a nua r y 2018

Building on the popular and critical success of the 2015 Festival, TARNANTHI returns in 2017, presenting the art of Australia’s oldest living culture on an unprecedented scale. A platform for artists from across the country to share important stories, TARNANTHI sheds new light on contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. TARNANTHI includes a series of exhibitions, artist talks, performances and events, presented in partnership with key cultural institutions across South Australia. At its heart is an ambitious exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at the Art Gallery of South Australia and the TARNANTHI Art Fair.

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TUESDAY LUNCHTIME TALKS 12.30pm page 20 NEO 27 October

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FIRST FRIDAYS 3 November

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START 5 November

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TARNANTHI is presented by the Art Gallery of South Australia in partnership with BHP with the support of the Government of South Australia.

Approval for the use of tarnanthi and panpa-panpalya has been granted by Kaurna Warra Karrpanthi. E XC LU S I V E MEMBERS’ PR E V I E W Are you a Member or thinking of becoming one? Join now to be the first to experience TARNANTHI on Thursday 12 October 1.30 –3pm, with a curatorled tour at 1.30pm. Booking details on page 35.

image: Keith Stevens painting his work Piltati, 2016. Courtesy the artist and Tjungu Palya. photo: Leopold Fiala

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SPECIAL EVENTS TA R N A N T H I

PU B LI C PRO G R A M S

TARNANTHI Launch

ARTIST TALKS

T hu r sday 12 O c tobe r, 5 . 3 0 – 9p m

Opening weekend 11am, 12.30pm & 2pm page 7 14 October 15 October

N O RT H T E R R AC E F O R ECO U RT, A RT G A L L E RY A N D S O U T H AU S TR A L I A N M U S E U M L AW N S | F R E E

Closing Weekend 11am & 2pm 21 October 22 October

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Join TARNANTHI Co-Chairs Lee-Ann Tjunypa Buckskin, Klynton Wanganeen and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across Australia for the official launch of the 2017 TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art. Be the first to experience TARNANTHI at the Gallery at the Art Gallery of South Australia and NGURRA: Home in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands at the South Australian Museum. Both venues are open until 9pm. Enjoy performances by Electric Fields, Kuren, the Kulata Project and be part of the TARNANTHI Welcoming Ceremony. Refreshments are available for purchase. Public event, all are welcome.

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OPENING WEEKEND

Artist talks

Panpa-panpalya

I N T H E E X H I B ITI O N | F R E E

Fr iday 13 Oc tob e r 9a m –1. 3 0 pmÂ

Hear from the TARNANTHI artists exhibiting at the Art Gallery of South Australia as they bring the works to life.

TA R N A N T H I T E N T | F R E E

In the Kaurna language, panpa-panpalya describes a gathering held to exchange and share ideas. Join leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, curators, academics, collectors and writers for this Panpa-panpalya.

Opening weekend Friday 13 October, 2pm Saturday 14 October, 11am, 12.30pm & 2pm Sunday 15 October, 11am, 12.30pm & 2pm Closing weekend Saturday 21 October, 11am & 2pm Sunday 22 October, 11am & 2pm

This event includes four 45 minute sessions. A detailed program will be available online in the lead up to the day.

Visit the TARNANTHI website for more details tarnanthi.com.au

BOOKINGS No bookings required, please arrive early to avoid disappointment

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FILM SCREENINGS I see it, and I’ll help you see it too Da ily scr e e ning s 13 Oc tob e r 2017 – 28 J a nua r y 2018 GALLE RY 25 | FRE E

Curated by Gutingarra Yunupingu, Mundatjngu Mununggurr & Kade McDonald I see it, and I’ll help you see it too showcases short experimental films.

PERFORMANCE We are all animals Satur day 14 & Sunday 15 Oc tober, 10am GALLE RY 25 | FRE E

Nicole Monks is a trans-disciplinary artist of Yamatji Wajarri, Dutch and English heritage. Informed by her cross-cultural identity, she uses storytelling and performance to connect the past and the present to imagine a new future.

NAMATJIRA PROJECT AUCTION Sunday 2 2 Oc tober, from 3pm R ADFORD AU DITORI U M | FRE E

A collaboration with the Namatjira family, Namatjira Legacy Trust, Many Hands Art Centre, TARNANTHI and leading Australian artists. Curated by artist Tony Albert, all proceeds from this auction of works of art will go to the descendants of Albert Namatjira. image detail: Nicole Monks, Australia, born 1981, Wajarri Yamatji people, Western Australia, We are all animals / Sheemu, 2016, Barkindji Country, New South Wales, soft sculpture (wearable) wool and feathers, 100.0 x 50.0 cm. Courtesy the artist photo: Lachlan Humphrey, Clean Line Productions

BOOKINGS No bookings required, please arrive early to avoid disappointment

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TARNANTHI Art Fair

PU B LI C PRO G R A M S

13 –15 Oc tob e r 2017

OPENING HOURS 13 October 5–9pm 14 October 10am–5pm 15 October 10am–3pm

TAN DANYA NATIONAL ABORIG I NAL CU LTU R AL I N STITUTE

The TARNANTHI Art Fair presents more than 40 art centres and over 200 artists from across Australia during the Festival’s opening weekend. Festival-goers, collectors and art enthusiasts have the opportunity to meet and buy works of art direct from artists. Art production is a key source of income for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and the Art Fair brings together urban, regional, emerging and established artists exclusively to Adelaide.

CONTEMPOR ARY COLLECTORS PRE VIE W 13 October 3–5pm PURPLE HOUSE FUNDR AISING AUCTION Tandanya Conference Room 15 October 12pm

Works of art available for sale are priced between approximately $50 and $5,000. Principal partner BHP and supported by the City of Adelaide. TARNANTHI Art Fair designed by Skein.

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S U PPO RT PU R PL E H O U S E in their efforts to raise funds to secure a dialysis centre for Pukatja (Ernabella, SA). Works of art in the auction will be on display from 5pm Friday 13 October.


CIT Y WIDE FESTIVAL

TARNANTHI City Wide Festival 13 –2 2 Oc tob e r 2017

TARNANTHI includes a series of exhibitions, artists talks and events, presented in key cultural institutions across South Australia including: ACE OPEN FEMPRE$$ Next Matriarch They Came Like a Tsunami

H A H N DO R F AC A D E M Y Tjukurpa Stories M IG R ATIO N M U S EU M Barangaroo Ngangamay

ADEL AIDE CENTR AL SCHOOL OF ART Abstracted Muster

N ATIO N A L M OTO R M U S EU M Bush Mechanics

ADEL AIDE CIT Y COUNCIL – ART POD Resistance

J A M FAC TO RY Conf luence Mella Thaldin – Standing in the Sea Collect: Waringarri

ADEL AIDE FESTIVAL CENTRE Our Mob 2017 ADEL AIDE FILM FESTIVAL Sweet Country After the Apology Kiki and Kitty

J A M FAC TO RY AT S E PPE LT S FI E L D Clay Stories PR A X I S A RT S PAC E Ngaanyatjarra Salon

ANANGUKU ARTS AND CULTURE ABORIGINAL CORPOR ATION Our Mob 2017 They Came Like a Tsunami

SA NTOS M U S EU M O F ECO N O M IC BOTA N Y I N TH E A D E L A I D E BOTA N IC G A R D E N Entwined

AUSTR ALIAN NET WORK FOR ART & TECHNOLOGY New Light

SO U TH AU S TR A L I A N M U S EU M NGURRA: Home in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands TA N DA N YA N ATIO N A L A BO R IG I N A L C U LT U R A L I N S TIT U TE TARNANTHI Art Fair Kaiki & Taralyi – Tal-Kin-Jeri Dance Group

CIT Y OF PORT ADEL AIDE ENFIELD TARNANTHI at the Port CO U NTRY A RT S SO U TH AU S TR A L I A Our Mob 2017 & Our Corka Bubs

V ITA L S TATI S TI X Loss . Gain . Reverb. Delay

FELTDARK Wandoo Wahpup FE LT S PAC E Peeneeyt Meerreeng (Before, Now, Tomorrow)

Visit the TARNANTHI website for more details tarnanthi.com.au

FLI N D E R S U N IV E R S IT Y A RT M U S EU M & C IT Y G A L L E RY A Thousand Journeys: The Helen Read Collection

image detail: Yurnangurnu Nola Campbell, Australia, born 1948, Manyjilyjarra/Ngaanyatjarra peoples, Western Australia, Patjarr, 2017, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 120.0 x 99.6 cm; © Yurnangurnu Nola Campbell, 2017. Courtesy of Kayili Artists

F O NTA N E L L E Whipsaw

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Rethinking Australian Art

The FRAN FEST Symposium Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 September 10 – 5pm Radford Auditorium | FREE

N ow s how ing G A L L E R I E S 6 , 7 & 17 | F R E E E N TRY

This series of new displays highlights the complex and radical changes that occurred in Australian art after the Second World War, including the revelation of Aboriginal art, the Feminist art movement and the rise of conceptual art and post modernism. The rehang will challenge preconceptions of art in Australia as being isolated or singular. To borrow the words of art historian Ian McLean, the re-presentation of the collection will ‘examine the place of Australia in the world and the world in Australia’.

image detail (above): above: Margaret Dodd, Australia, born 1941, F.J. Holden pretending to be an Australian native porcupine, 1982, Adelaide, earthenware, 14.0 x 14.5 x 32.1 cm; South Australian Government Grant 1987 © Margaret Dodd image (right): Barbara Hanrahan, Australia,1939–1991, Flora, 1970, London, pencil & coloured inks, clear varnish on cardboard, 66.0 x 53.5 cm (sheet); Shirley Cameron Wilson Bequest Fund 2007 © Estate of the artist image (left): installation view Gallery 17, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2017

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FRAN FEST will hold a 2-day symposium on the 16 –17 September at the Art Gallery of South Australia. The symposium will bring local, national and international feminist artists and writers together to explore issues relevant to the histories and contemporary practice of women’s art. BOOKINGS W eventbrite.com.au/e/ the-fran-fest-symposiumtickets-35394114750


COLLECTION & D I S P L AY S

Sally Smart

Christopher Orchard: Avatar

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

ATR I U M | F R E E E N TRY

Sally Smart was born in South Australia at Quorn in the Flinders Ranges. This environment, she says, shaped her as a young artist and has seen her develop an artistic practice recognized internationally for producing stunning, large-scale cut-out assemblage installations. In her major new work created for the Art Gallery of South Australia, Smart uses collage, metal, cloth, paint and embroidery to collide influences and ideas including Ballets Russes and Wayang Kulit, Indonesian shadow puppetry.

The Gallery is celebrating the 2017 SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival feature artist Christopher Orchard with a display of his drawings. Orchard has been dedicated to his drawing practice for more than three decades, and his avatar – a middleaged, suited man – has been an enduring motif. His drawings explore this figure in various poses and situations – from portrait studies to recent meditations of the body in space in his 2017 Levitation series.

image detail: Sally Smart, Australia, born 1960, Performance/ Punokawan/Chout (The Choreography of Cutting), 2017, Adelaide, cotton, synthetic embroidery thread, aluminium, wooden sticks, pins, synthetic polymer paint on collaged elements, 300.0 x 400.0 cm; © Sally Smart

image detail: Christopher Orchard, Australia, born 1950, Small Levitation #11 Version #1, 2017, Adelaide, charcoal on paper, 42.0 x 35.0 cm (sheet); © Christopher Orchard

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7 Oc tobe r –10 De ce m be r 2017

The Rhianon Vernon-Roberts Memorial Collection

G A L L E R I E S 12 –16 | F R E E E N TRY

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Experience ten years of hand-crafted couture from Paolo Sebastian - the label launched by Adelaide based designer Paul Vasileff.

G A L L E RY 18 A S TA I RW E L L | F R E E E N TRY

Paolo Sebastian: X

The Rhianon Vernon-Roberts Memorial Collection was established in 1991 and consists of more than 130 items of one-off studio jewellery created by Australian contemporary jewellers. The collection was established by Jane and Barrie Vernon-Roberts as a memorial to their daughter Rhianon (1964–1990) and this selection features works made in gold and silver.

Exquisite gowns from the Paolo Sebastian archive will be exhibited alongside the Gallery’s collection of historic European art, bringing to life the enduring glamour and luxury of contemporary couture in the company of the Gallery’s treasures.  This collaboration between the Art Gallery of South Australia and the Adelaide Fashion Festival is presented free in the Melrose Wing of European Art.

image: Carlier Makigawa , Australia, 1952, Hybrid bangle, from the series ‘Hybrid”, 2005, Fitzroy, Melbourne, sterling silver, monel, 10.5 x 8.0 x 2.0 cm; Rhianon Vernon Roberts Memorial Collection 2006, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide © Carlier Makigawa

image detail: Paul Vasileff, designer, Australia, born 1990, Paolo Sebastian Autumn/Winter 2015, Adelaide, silk chiffon, beads; Courtesy the artist photo: Simon Cecere

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‘Ilm: Art and Knowledge in Islam

Nazar: Ways of Seeing in Islamic Cultures Symposium 10 October 9.30am – 5pm Radford Auditorium | FREE

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An exploration of Islamic textiles, including garments from the Gallery’s Asian Art collection displayed here for the first time. Among the garments is an extraordinary talismanic jacket stitched from 626 patchwork fragments of Indian textiles traded to Indonesia during the age of spices. The display also introduces several colourful Egyptian tent panel hangings from the Bowker Collection never previously exhibited.

This one day symposium features speakers from Great Britain, Indonesia, Singapore, New Zealand, United States and around Australia and explores modes of seeing and understanding the visual world of Islam. Presented by the Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture, University of Adelaide, in conjunction with the Art Gallery of South Australia.

image detail (above): Iznik, Turkey, Glazed tiles, 16th century, Iznik, earthenware, glaze decoration, 48.5 x 48.5 cm; Gift of William Bowmore AO OBE through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2003, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

BOOKINGS W eventbrite.com/e/nazar-waysof-seeing-in-islamic-culturestickets-36737018411

image detail (right): India, Deccan Region, Religious standard (alam), in the form of the Hand of Fatima, 18th century, Deccan Region, gilt silver, 63.0 x 33.0 cm; Gift of Geoffrey Hackett Jones in memory of his brother Frank through the Art Gallery of South Australia Foundation 2007, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.

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Linda Jackson and Utopia

19th century French animal prints

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For more than 40 years Linda Jackson has produced vivid textiles and garments incorporating native plants including eucalyptus, Sturt’s desert pea and acacia. In 1982 Jackson began a partnership with Aboriginal women at Utopia in the Northern Territory and together they created garments made from silk batik incorporating traditional designs.

In mid–nineteenth century France the printmaking technique of etching was ‘re-discovered’ as a major ar tistic medium. One of the most impor tant ar tists to revive the medium was Félix Bracquemond, whose love of Japanese woodcuts influenced his etched compositions of animals in the landscape. This display of French animal prints includes Bracquemond’s etchings of ducks, moles and storks, all of which were donated by Gallery benefactor Sir Samuel Way in his bequest of 1916.

Featuring dazzling coloured batik and printed textiles, this all-female artist display celebrates the traditions of Utopia and the talents of Linda Jackson.

image detail: Félix Bracquemond, France, 1833–1914, Storks, from the series Eaux-fortes modernes (Modern etchings), 1867, printed by Auguste Delâtre; published by Cadart & Luquet, Paris, etching on chine collé on paper, 24.4 x 18.3 cm (plate), Bequest of Sir Samuel Way 1916, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

image detail: Uluru 1982. Linda wearing Utopia tshirt and silk Batik. Ininti beans and shell Aboriginal jewellery. photo: Fran Moore

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Home 27 S e pte m b e r – 8 O c tob e r 2017 G O O D M A N L AW N , N O RT H T E R R AC E , U N I V E R S IT Y O F A D E L A I D E | F R E E

GayBird Leung is one of Hong Kong’s most exciting artists. Exclusively for Adelaide, GayBird has developed a new large-scale installation that will spread across the Goodman Lawns on North Terrace for audiences to explore. This art installation consists of 81 sculptures representing a literal interpretation of the Chinese character for home (家) – a pig under a roof. Presented in partnership with the Adelaide Confucius Institute, The University of Adelaide and the Adelaide Festival Centre for the 2017 OzAsia Festival

Awakening: Art of Buddhism O pe n u nt il 29 Oc tob e r 2017 G A L L E R I E S 2 0 & 21 | F R E E E N TRY

A testimony to the extraordinary traditions of Buddhist art found troughout Asia, Awakening presents works of art from the three great schools of southern Theravada, northern Mahayana and Tantric Vajrayana Buddhism.

COMING SOON China and the World Fr om 2 D e ce m b e r

This display includes works of art from the Gallery’s Collection and works held in private collections never before seen in Adelaide.

G A L L E R I E S 19A – 21 | F R E E E N TRY

China and the world explores the impact of Chinese culture dispersed throughout the world, with a focus on art transported to or created in the context of Southeast Asia, China, Islamic communities and Europe. The display includes works of art from the Gallery’s permanent collection as well as loans from local collectors.

Presented in partnership with the Adelaide Festival Centre for the 2017 OzAsia Festival

image: Nepal, Kubera with consort, 19th century, gilt copper alloy, 25.0 cm; Gift of Edward B Roberts 2008, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

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TA L K S & TOURS

TARNANTHI GUIDED TOURS Daily 11am & 2pm Meet in Atrium Free

GUIDED COLLECTION TOURS Daily 11am & 2pm (60 min) Meet at the North Terrace main entrance and take a tour of the collection with our Gallery Guides. Free

LUNCHTIME COLLECTION TOURS Daily (except Tuesdays) 12.30pm (30 min) Join an express tour in your lunch break. Free

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

PRIVATE GROUP BOOKINGS Choose your own adventure and book a group tour with one of our Gallery Guides.

GROUP BOOKINGS

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

Groups of up to 15, from $20 per group.

AUDIO DESCRIPTION TOURS

AUSLAN TRANSLATED TOURS

Held on the third Saturday of each month, tours are audio described and multi-sensory for blind and vision-impaired visitors. Meet in the Atrium | FREE

Friday 3 November, 5pm Meet in the Atrium | FREE Join a Gallery Guide on a highlights tour of TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art. This tour will be accompanied by an accredited Auslan interpreter for deaf and hearingimpaired visitors.

Saturday 16 September, 3pm Permanent collection, Melrose Wing Saturday 21 October, 3pm Permanent collection, Rethinking Australian Art

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

Saturday 18 November, 3pm TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art

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

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TUESDAY LUNCHTIME TALKS

Tuesday 26 September 12.30pm OZ ASIA FESTIVAL James Bennett, Curator of Asian Art, speaks about Tibetan Tantric art in Awakening: Art of Buddhism Free, Gallery 20. Tuesday 3 October 12.30pm OZ ASIA FESTIVAL Russell Kelty, Associate Curator of Asian Art, presents on the installation Home by GayBird Leung. Free, Goodman Lawns, University of Adelaide. Tuesday 10 October 12.30pm ADELAIDE FASHION FESTIVAL Rebecca Evans, Curator of European and Australian Decorative Arts, introduces Paolo Sebastian: X. Free, Gallery 13. Tuesday 17 October 12.30pm Nici Cumpston, Artistic Director of TARNANTHI, introduces the exhibition Free, Gallery 25.

Insightful lunchtime floor talks led by our curators and invited guests. Tuesday 5 September 12.30pm Lisa Slade, Assistant Director, Artistic Programs introduces the new display of Australian art. Free, Gallery 6. Tuesday 12 September 12.30pm FRAN FESTIVAL Maria Zagala, Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, talks about the political and feminist printmaking practices of the 1960s and 1970s with a particular focus on Barbara Hanrahan and Ann Newmarch. Free, Gallery 6 and 17. Tuesday 19 September 12.30pm FRAN FESTIVAL Elle Freak, Assistant Curator of Australian Paintings and Sculpture, considers Bronwyn Oliver’s sculpture. Free, Gallery 6.

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Tuesday 24 October at 12.30pm Eve Chaloupka, Associate Curator of TARNANTHI, discusses Lena Yarinkura and Bob Burruwal. Free, Gallery 25. Tuesday 31 October at 12.30pm Guest speaker from TARNANTHI Free, Gallery 25. Tuesday 7 November at 12.30pm Leigh Robb, Curator of Contemporary Art, discusses the new site-specific work of Reko Rennie. Free, Gallery 17. Tuesday 14 November Tracey Lock, Curator of Australian Paintings and Sculpture, speaks about the new acquisition, Fragment, 1971 by Ian Fairweather. Free, Gallery 4. Tuesday 21 November 12.30pm Director, Nick Mitzevich presents on selected work in TARNANTHI. Free, Gallery 25. Tuesday 28 November 12.30pm Tony Magnusson, Curator of European and North American Art, considers the traditions of flower painting in Dutch art, with a focus on Jan van Os’s work, Flowers. Free, Gallery 16. Please note that presenter, location and topic details are correct at time of printing and may be subject to change.

image (left) Artistic Director of TARNANTHI Nici Cumpston. photo: Ben Searcy. image detail (right): Willy Muntjantji Martin, Mimili Maku Arts photo: Jackson Lee.

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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 a curated program of live music, talks and tours. Presented by Santos.

designer to show in the world’s fashion capital, Paris. Take in the display Paolo Sebastian: X, try your hand at fashion illustration on a drawing tour or enjoy the sound of soul roots trio WANDERERS. Contemporary Collectors will present a panel discussion hosted by Curator of European & Australian Decorative Arts, Rebecca Evans, together with guest speakers from the fashion industry. This free event will be held in the Radford Auditorium at 7pm.

TH E AU STR ALIAN ART RE VIVAL Friday 1 September 5–9pm 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. Enjoy the sounds of Zephyr Quartet and musical vignettes that mark the social and cultural landscape of the time, performed by South Australian songstress Zkye.

M ARN I N I I NA P U DN I W elcome to TARNANTHI Friday 3 November 5–9pm TARNANTHI is in full swing! Join us to take a tour of the exhibition and learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. Experience the Indigenous Jewellery Project, meet some of the artists and enjoy the sounds of local musicians Kahl Wallis and Nancy Bates.

FAB U LO U S FA S H ION Friday 6 October 5–9pm We’re hosting a red-carpet welcome for the Adelaide Fashion Festival! Hear from fashion designer Paul Vasileff, the first South Australian

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KIDS & FAMILIES

THE STUDIO

SCHOOL HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS

Open daily for all ages The Studio relaunches for TARNANTHI. Be immersed in works masterfully fashioned from ghost nets (abandoned fishing nets), ocean debris, and recycled plastics, by artists from the remote Erub Island in the Torres Strait. This project speaks to the interconnectedness of all things, serves to generate awareness of ocean pollution and offers a glimpse into Erub’s enduring cultural heritage.

G R AN D DE S IG N S Tuesday 3 – Friday 6 October 10am, 11.30am & 1pm, Ages 5–12 years Cost $10 Bookings essential Make the home of your dreams in these workshops exploring what ‘home’ means to people and cultures across the world. Draw, collage and construct a diorama of your dream home.

Presented by the James & Diana Ramsay Foundation.

BOOKINGS

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

S C H O O L G RO U P S Schools are offered exclusive access during the week between the hours of 10am and 2pm daily. To check if The Studio is in use by a school group, we recommend that you call 08 8207 7033 prior to your visit.

image detail: Erub Arts Collaboration, Meriam Mer people, Torres Strait Islands, Squids, Erub, Darnley Island, Torres Strait Islands, dimensions variable, Ghost nets (reclaimed fishing net and rope). © the artists, courtesy of Erub Arts photo: Lynette Griffiths

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KIDS & FAMILIES

START AT THE GALLERY First Sunday of every month For ages 3–12 | FREE 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.

COLO U R YO U R WORLD Sunday 3 September 11am–3pm Do you have a favourite colour? Explore the artist’s palette this START. Follow the rainbow on a tour with Gallery Guides. Experiment with colour in art workshops. Let storytelling, performances and music colour your world.

A S IAN AWAKE N I NG Sunday 1 October 11am–3pm Celebrate OzAsia at START. Journey through the Asian Art collection and enjoy themed art workshops and festivities.

TARNANTH I TAKEOVE R Sunday 5 November 11am –3pm Experience contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture at START. Discover important stories from across the country on tours of TARNANTHI at the Gallery and enjoy art workshops, music and entertainment.

STA RT O N TH E ROA D

Saturday 16 September 8am–12noon Roxby Downs Market Day For ages 3 –12 | FREE START tours to the regional centre of Roxby Downs, heralding TARNANTHI 2017, with free art experiences for children and families.

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NEO TEENS

‘ DE ADLY ’ HALLOW E E N Friday 27 October 6 – 8.30pm For ages 13–17 | FREE Get ready for a haunting night, Neo is celebrating the spooky side of Aboriginal art and culture at ‘Deadly’ Halloween! Dress in costume or come in casuals and get a VIP look at the Gallery after hours alongside your friends and hundreds of other teens. Experience a jam-packed program featuring local Aboriginal artists, musicians and performers. Kick-back with art making, lamp-lit tours, live music, film screenings, Aboriginal body art, prizes and a ghoulish dance party! Presented by The Balnaves Foundation

SAV E TH E DATE

Don’t miss the last NEO event for 2017 Rip It Up and Start Again on Friday 1 December

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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 parent-free zone. Did we mention free snacks? 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


ART HISTORY

Study Art History with The University of Adelaide and the Art Gallery of South Australia Enrol now for 2018. Courses include: Australian Art, Australian Indigenous Art, Contemporary Art, Curatorial and Museum Studies, Japanese Art and Portraiture and Power. WANT TO KNOW MORE? Email catherine.speck@adelaide.edu.au or visit arthistory.adelaide.edu.au


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

G U I DE D AN D S E LF - G U I DE D GALLE RY VI S IT S EY / P / S / ED / ESL

DR AWI NG I N TH E GALLE RY WORKS HO P S

Weekdays during school term

Weekdays during school term

10am–5pm, (60 min) | FREE

(120 min)

Australian Curriculum-connected learning opportunities. Take a guided session with one of our Guides, or enjoy displays through independent self-guided group learning.

$200 class, $130 equity/country class

P/S

Following a visit of the permanent collection, students join artist facilitators for an introduction to drawing workshop in the Gallery. Featuring a selected work from the collection, students explore line, tone and proportion.

G U I DE D L ANG UAG E TO U R S S / ED Weekdays during school term

10am–5pm | FREE Do you teach a language? Do your students need to practice 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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KE Y CODE EY Early years P Primary S Secondary Ed Early years, primary, secondary, TRT and pre-service educators ESL  English as a Second Language adult learners


LEARNING FOR STUDENTS

CO M IC S AN D C HAR AC TE R S DR AWI NG I N TH E GALLE RY WORKS HO P S

PS

Weekdays during school term

10am–5pm (120 min) $200 class, $130 equity/country class Following a visit of the permanent collection, students join artist facilitators for an introduction to drawing workshop in the Gallery. Students transform a portrait in the collection into an imaginative comic book character, exploring body language, facial expression and movement.

TALKI NG S E N S E S Weekdays during school term

10am –5pm (60 min) $30 class, $15 equity/country per class

P O P U P STU DIO SALLY S M ART

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. EY / P / S / ED

Weekdays during September

10am–5pm (120 min) | FREE Visit the pop up Studio in the vestibule and create a collage in response to new work on display by contemporary artist Sally Smart. Places are limited.

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

T 08 8207 7033 E learning@artgallery.sa.gov.au W artgallery.sa.gov.au/learning

image detail: Sally Smart, Australia, born 1960, Performance/ Punokawan/Chout (The Choreography of Cutting), 2017, Adelaide, cotton, synthetic embroidery thread, aluminium, wooden sticks, pins, synthetic polymer paint on collaged elements, 300 x 400 cm. © Sally Smart

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

ASIA AWAKENING WORKSHOPS P

M E M YS E LF I

25–29 September 10am & 12.30pm (90 min)

20 & 23 November 10am & 12.30pm (90 mins)

$250 class, $180 equity/country class

$250 class, $180 equity/country class

Explore the art of Asia and then join artist facilitators in a ‘making’ workshop where students, explore what home means to people and cultures across the world.

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.

FA S H ION H I STORY I LLU STR ATION WORKS HO P

KIC KSTART 2018 S/ED

S/ED

EY / P

18 & 19 January 10am–4pm

9–10 October 10am – 4pm

1 day – $60 student, $45equity/regional, $95 educator 2 days – $110 student, $80equity/regional, $180 educator

$60 student, $45 equity or country student, $95 educator per workshop 20 participants Take a journey through 300 years of fashion. Join Rebecca Evans, Curator of Decorative Arts, to chart the history of fashionable dress through rarely seen garments from the collection. Referencing the garments, students participate in drawing activities led by illustrator Sue Ninham.

Are you studying Visual Art or Design in 2018? Need inspiration to get started on your major works? Extend your critical thinking and be inspired by works of art in the collection in this one or two-day workshop led by artists and educators. Workshops will include drawing, collage, sculpture, idea generation and art appreciation.

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LEARNING TA R N A N T H I F O R S T U D E N T S

TARNANTH I FOR STU DE NT S

TH E STU DIO

13 October 2017–28 January 2018

Weekdays during school term 10am –2pm (60 min)

The TARNANTHI learning program assists educators by exploring works of art by contemporary artists, addressing the crosscurriculum priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.

EY / P / S / ED

Free, facilitator and all material supplied. Studio visitors will be immersed in works of art made by artists working with ghost nets from the Torres Strait Islands. Students are invited to use recycled materials to make a work of art in response to TARNANTHI.

TARNANTHI Interpretive Resource available online in October.

G U I DE D AN D S E LF - G U I DE D E XH I B ITION VI S IT S EY / P / S / ED / ESL Weekdays during school term 10am –5pm (60 min) $30 class, free for equity/country class Take a tour with one of our Guides, or experience the exhibition through independent self-guided group learning.

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

T 08 8207 7033 E learning@artgallery.sa.gov.au W artgallery.sa.gov.au/learning

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LEARNING F O R E D U C ATO R S

E DUC ATOR S AT TH E GALLE RY PAC K AG E

ED

$100 package includes eight events or $20 per event. Participate in the Gallery’s professional learning approach for educators. Events include Educators Connect held on selected First Fridays that include exhibition tours, workshops, refreshments and exclusive Educator Briefings for major exhibitions.

E DUC ATOR S CON N EC T ED RE TH I N KI NG AU STR ALIAN ART Friday 1 September 4.30pm for a 5pm start–7pm $20 per educator Re-introduce yourself to Australian works of art that highlight the complex changes that occurred in Australia after the Second World War. Listen to Lisa Slade, Assistant Director, Artistic Programs discuss the underpinnings of this new display, network with colleagues and participate in a creative making session.

E DUC ATOR S CON N EC T TARNANTH I

ED

Friday 3 November 4.30pm for a 5pm start –7pm $20 per educator

TARNANTH I E DUC ATOR S B RI E F I NG ED

Immerse yourself in art and culture while networking with colleagues at First Friday. Join curators, educators and arts professionals for tours of TARNANTHI and participate in a fun and creative making session to use in your classrooms.

Wednesday 18 October 4.30pm for a 5pm start–7pm $20 per educator Educators are invited to hear about TARNANTHI at the Gallery with Nici Cumpston, TARNANTHI Artistic Director and Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art and Lisa Slade, Assistant Director, Artistic Programs.

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

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LEARNING F O R E D U C ATO R S

TE AC H I NG ABORIG I NAL ART I N TH E C L A S S ROO M ED

KIC KSTART 2018 S/ED

17 January 2018 10am – 4pm

1 day – $60 student, $45equity/regional, $95 educator

18 –19 January 2018 10am – 4pm

$95 educator

2 days – $110 student, $80equity/regional, $180 educator

With TARNANTHI as the backdrop, view works of art on display, engage in artist curator talks and participate in practical workshops. This workshop will support educators in delivering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures content in an inclusive and meaningful way to students in the classroom.

Are you teaching Visual Art or Design in 2017? Need inspiration to help students get started on their major works? Extend your critical thinking and be inspired by works of art in the collection in this one or two-day workshop led by artists and educators. Workshops will include drawing, collage, sculpture, idea generation and art appreciation.

image detail (right): Trudy Inkamala, Australia, born 1940, Arrernte/ Luritja people, Northern Territory; Roxanne Petrick, Australia, born 1986; Marlene Rubuntja, Australia, born 1961; Rosabella Ryder, Australia, born 1975, Arrernte people, Northern Territory; Dulcie Raggett, Australia, born 1970; Dulcie Sharpe, Australia, born 1957; Rhonda Sharpe, Australia, born 1977; Roxanne Sharpe, Australia, born 1985, Luritja people, Northern Territory; Valerie Stafford, Australia, born 1963, Anmatyerre people, Northern Territory, Every face has a story, every story has a face: Kulila!, 2016, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, soft sculpture mixed media, dyed blankets, polyester wadding, embroidery thread, twigs, 228.0 x 120.0 x 100.0 cm (overall dimensions for all 9 works); Acquisition through TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art supported by BHP 2017, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. © Yarrenyty Arltere Artists

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

T 08 8207 7033 E learning@artgallery.sa.gov.au W artgallery.sa.gov.au/learning

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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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MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS

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.

SPECIAL OFFER

Members enjoy: • Discounted admission to ticketed exhibitions • Invitations to exclusive openings and events • A complimentary subscription to the Gallery’s Articulate magazine • 10% discount at Gallery Shop and Art Gallery Food + Wine • Father’s Day Weekend (2 –3 September) double discount in the pop-up Gallery Shop. Receive 20% off everything, excluding books.

Become a new Member* during TARNANTHI and receive a complimentary copy of the exhibition publication. Call the Membership Office to find out more 08 8207 7050. *Offer valid until 28 January 2018. Only valid for new Members.

STA RT YO U R M E M B E R S H I P E X PE R I E N C E

Visit the Information desk at the Gallery, call 08 8207 7050 or online artgallery.sa.gov.au/membership

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MEMBER HIGHLIGHTS

NEW MEMBERS’ TALKS AND TOURS

TARNANTHI MEMBERS’ PREVIEW

New Members enjoy a relaxed morning tea, followed by an orientation tour.

Thursday 12 October 1.30 –3pm, Curator-led tour at 1.30pm

Wednesday 20 September 10.30am

Free, Gallery 25, bookings essential

Wednesday 18 October 10.30am

Be one of the first to experience art of Australia’s oldest living culture at the Members’ Preview of TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art.

Sunday 19 November 10.30am Meet in the Members’ Lounge Free, bookings essential

MEMBERS’ GUIDE TO THE GALLERY

BOOKINGS

Enjoy a morning tea served 30 minutes prior to your tour.

T 08 8207 7035 E agsamembers@artgallery.sa.gov.au

Wednesday 6 September 10.30am & 11.30am Flowers or Linda Jackson and Utopia

MEMBERS’ BOOK CLUB

Wednesday 4 October 10.30am & 11.30am Australian Art after World War II

Currently all Book Club groups are enjoying full capacity. For further information or to join the waiting list please contact 08 8207 7050 or email agsamembers@artgallery.sa.gov.au

Wednesday 1 November 10.30am & 11.30am TARNANTHI Meet in the Function Room Free, bookings essential

Double discount on Book Club titles is available to Book Club Members through the Gallery Shop.

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F O U N D AT I O N EVENTS

FASHION FUND LAUNCH

THE COLLECTORS CLUB

Thursday 5 October 6pm Free

Friday 10 November 6.30pm Foundation Members only Donation amount $6000

The Fashion Fund is a new fundraising initiative that aims to support the acquisition of one international piece of couture and one piece of Australian fashion each year. Guests will receive a preview of Paolo Sebastian: X, as well as hear from Director Nick Mitzevich and Curator of European and Australian Decorative Arts Rebecca Evans. Donations to the Fashion Fund are gratefully received.

This major fundraising event for the Foundation is unique in Australia. Members have the exclusive opportunity to take part in selecting and acquiring works of art for the Gallery’s collection at this intimate dinner. BOOKINGS

T 8207 7040

CONTEMPORARY COLLECTORS END OF YEAR PARTY

BOOKINGS

T 08 8207 7035

Friday 24 November 7–10pm

photo: Dylan Starczak

Contemporary Collectors are invited to celebrate a phenomenal year for contemporary art at the Gallery.

If you are considering making a bequest or would like further information, contact Samantha East on 08 8207 7040 or at agsafoundation@artgallery.sa.gov.au

BOOKINGS

T 8207 7035 or contemporarycollectors.org.au

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LOOKING AHEAD

ADELAIDE BIENNIAL OF AUSTRALIAN ART 3 M a r ch – 3 J u ne 2018

The Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art is the country’s longestrunning survey of contemporary Australian art. Presented free by the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Adelaide Biennial provides an opportunity for Australian artists to realise projects of a significant scale and impact. Erica Green, Director of the Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, is the curator of the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Divided Worlds. This series of exhibitions presents an allegory of human society. Meditating on beauty and the environment; the drama of the cosmos and evolution; the past and the future, Divided Worlds presents the artist as witness, chronicler and change agent. This project is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its principal arts funding body and by the Visual Arts and Crafts Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. Principal Donor The Balnaves Foundation.

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image detail: Tamara Dean, born 1976, Sydney, Elephant ear (Alocasia odora) in Autumn from the series In our nature, 2017, pure pigment print on cotton rag, 45 x 60 cm; Courtesy of the artist and Martin Browne Contemporary. This work was made in April 2017 in the Adelaide Botanic Garden.


ART GALLERY FOOD + WINE

Enjoy a relaxing breakfast or lunch from AGF+W’s delicious seasonal menu. Open daily 9am – 4.30pm Bookings 08 8232 4366 artgallery.sa.gov.au/restaurant 38


GALLERY SHOP

Tote, shoulder bag, clutch | One Thousand Lines

The Gallery Shop is undergoing some changes, and will take the form of a pop-up shop in the Atrium. Stocking quirky and creative gifts, art books, design products and statement pieces.

PERFECT GIFT Surprise your loved ones with the gift that takes a year to unwrap! An Art Gallery Gift Membership includes invitations to special Members-only events, a greeting card and bookmark.

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PARTNE RS & SUPPORTE RS THAN K YO U GOVERNMENT PARTNERS

FOUNDATION PARTNERS

TARNANTHI PARTNER

MAJOR PARTNER

GALLERY PARTNERS

GALLERY SUPPORTERS

CONTEMPORARY COLLECTORS PARTNERS

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EVENTS CALENDAR G A L L E RY AT A G L A N C E DAI LY Guided Collection Tours

11am & 2pm

Lunchtime Collection Tours (except Tue)

12.30pm

The Studio Activity Space (from xx)

10am –5pm

TARNANTHI Guided Tours (from Mon 16 Oct)

11am & 2pm

S E PTE M B E R Fri 1 Sun 3 Tue 5 Wed 6 Tue 12 Sat 16 Sat 16 Sat 16 Tue 17 Tue 19 Wed 20 Tue 26

First Fridays – open late 5pm 22 START at the Gallery 11am 24 Lunchtime talk with Lisa Slade 12.30pm 20 Members’ Guide to the Gallery 10.30am& 11.30am 35 Lunchtime talk with Maria Zagala 12.30pm 20 START on the Road 8am 24 FRAN FEST Symposium 10am 13 Audio Description Tour 3pm 19 FRAN FEST Symposium 10am 13 Lunchtime talk with Elle Freak 12.30pm 20 New Members’ Talk & Tour 10.30am 35 Lunchtime talk with James Bennett 12.30pm 20

OCTO B E R Sun 1 Tue 3 Tue 3 Wed 4 Wed 4 Thur 5 Thur 5 Fri 6 Fri 6 Tue 10 Tue 10 Thur 12 Thur 12 Fri 13

START at the Gallery 11am 24 School Holiday Workshop 10am, 11.30am & 1pm 23 Lunchtime talk with Russell Kelty 12.30pm 20 School Holiday Workshop 10am, 11.30am & 1pm 23 Members’ Guide to the Gallery 10.30am & 11.30am 35 School Holiday Workshop 10am, 11.30am & 1pm 23 Fashion Fund Launch 6pm 36 School Holiday Workshop 10am, 11.30am & 1pm 23 First Fridays – open late 5pm 22 Islamic Cultures Symposium 9.30am–5pm 16 Lunchtime talk with Rebecca Evans 12.30pm 20 TARNANTHI Member’s Preview 1.30pm 35 TARNANTHI Launch 5.30pm 6 TARNANTHI Panpa-panpalya 9am 7

FRE E E NTRY ARTGALLERY. SA .GOV. AU

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EVENTS CALENDAR G A L L E RY AT A G L A N C E OCTO B E R continued Fri 13 Fri 13 Sat 14 Sun 15 Sat 14 Sat 14 Sun 15 Sun 15 Tue 17 Wed 18 Sat 21 Sat 21 Sun 22

TARNANTHI Artist Talk 2pm TARNANTHI Art Fair 5pm TARNANTHI Art Fair 10am TARNANTHI Art Fair 10am TARNANTHI Performance 10am TARNANTHI Artist Talks 11am, 12.30pm & 2pm TARNANTHI Performance 10am TARNANTHI Artist Talks 11am, 12.30pm & 2pm Lunchtime talk with Nici Cumpston 12.30pm New Members’ Talk & Tour 10.30am TARNANTHI Artist Talks 11am & 2pm Audio Description Tour 3pm TARNANTHI Artist Talks 11am & 2pm

7 9 9 9 8 7 8 7 20 35 7 19 7

Sun 22 Tue 24 Fri 27 Tue 31

Namatjira Project Auction 3pm Lunchtime talk with Eve Chaloupka 12.30pm Neo: Deadly Halloween 6pm TARNANTHI Lunchtime talk 12.30pm

8 21 25 21

N OV E M B E R Wed 1 Fri 3 Fri 3 Sun 5 Tue 7 Fri 10 Tue 14 Sun 19 Sat 18 Tue 21 Fri 24 Tue 28

Members’ Guide to the Gallery 10.30am & 11.30am 35 First Fridays – open late 5pm 22 Auslan Translated Tour 5pm 19 START at the Gallery 11am 24 Lunchtime talk with Leigh Robb 12.30pm 21 Collectors Club 7pm 36 Lunchtime talk with Tracey Lock 12.30pm 21 New Members’ Talk & Tour 10.30am 35 Audio Description Tour 3pm 19 Lunchtime talk with Nick Mitzevich 12.30pm 21 Contemporary Collectors End of Year Party 7pm 36 Lunchtime talk with Tony Magnusson 12.30pm 21

image detail (page 40): Nawurapu Wununmurra, Australia, born 1952, Yolngu people, Northern Territory, Wanupini Larrakitj, 2017, Yirrkala, Northeast Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, natural pigments on Stringybark, dimensions variable; © the artist, courtesy Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre. photo: Tim Acker

O PE N I N G H O U R S

CO NTACT

10am – 5pm Daily 10am – 9pm First Friday of the month

North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia T 08 8207 7000

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Art Gallery of South Australia Exhibitions & Events Sep-Nov 2017

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