12.30 Talks

a gallery assistant greeting a visitor
Photo: Lamar Francois

12.30 Talks are short personal responses to our exhibitions given by our knowledgeable team of gallery assistants. They last 15-20 minutes and vary in topic from day to day. Some gallery assistants offer brief introductions to the exhibitions, others talk with passion on a favourite artwork, artist or theme.

They will take place at 12.30pm every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday throughout our current exhibitions, starting on 4 June.

Free. No need to book, just drop in and stay as long as you like.

Sat 13 Jul
What is silence? On John Cage's 4'33
by Millie Quick

Tue 16 Jul
INBETWEENTHESILENCE (thraKgobbledegook): on free improvisation in music
(involves audience participation)
by Simon Withers

Thu 18 Jul
What is silence? On John Cage's 4'33
by Millie Quick

Sat 20 Jul
Old empires never die, they just update their stories (with reference to the work of Claudia Martínez Garay)
by Karen Lunt

Tue 23 Jul
The condor nest: the history & exploration of Martínez Garay's mountain
by Simon Withers

Thu 25 Jul
Songs to repel, songs to rebel: how to weaponise music
by Lachlan Hui

Sat 27 Jul
Old empires never die, they just update their stories (with reference to the work of Claudia Martínez Garay)
by Karen Lunt

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