Join us on the First Friday of every month for a curated program of live music, talks and tours

Join us this First Friday as we take part in National Reconciliation Week. Take a tour of highlights in the collection with a Gallery Guide or experience the powerful words from First Nations poets. View independent films by First Nations creators with Nunga Screen and enjoy the captivating sounds of talented musicians, Nathan May and Kyarna Rose.

5pm & 7pm
Guided Tours

Join a Gallery Guide for a tour of highlights in the collection
Meet at the Atrium Information Desk

5pm & 7.45pm
Musical Performance - Nathan May

Adelaide based Country/Folk artist, Nathan May joins us for a set of sultry vocals laid over colourful guitars and up-tempo country rhythms. A descendant of the Arabana, Yawuru and Marridjabin family groups of South Australia, Nathan was inspired to follow his passion for music after he met President Barack Obama in 2011. He was also selected by Glen Skuthorpe to be the support act for his National Tour See My World and since then has been a part of events such as the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Come see Nathan share his captivating talent in the AGSA courtyard.

From 5pm
Nunga Screen

Formerly known as Black Screen, Nunga (First Nations people of southern South Australia) Screen features an entertaining program of independent films presented by Country Arts SA with support from the South Australian Film Corporation in the Radford Auditorium throughout the duration of this First Friday. Held annually between Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week, Nunga Screen is a FREE short film showcase for all ages that shares and celebrates First Nations culture, stories and language through film.
Radford Auditorium

Musical Performance - Kyarna Rose

Join established Yuin Nation musician, Kyarna Rose as she entrances us with her illustrious voice and beautiful songwriting. Now based in South Australia, Kyarna has supported the renowned Archie Roach and iconic Australian band Goanna. Experience Kyarna's ability to connect with people through music in the courtyard.

Poetry Activation - Dominic Guerrera, Shania Richards & Tyberius Larking

Join esteemed First Nations poets Dominic Guerrera, Shania Richards & Tyberius Larking for a thought provoking poetry experience as we close Reconciliation Week. Take the time to reflect on the current position of some of South Australia's most prolific First Nations voices as they respond to some of the works in the Elder Wing.
Elder Wing