Tarnanthi presents the convergence of the new and the ancient in First Nations art from across the continent. Experience this convergence across the exhibitions at AGSA, enjoy live performances, free exhibition tours and participate in one of our practical workshops, led by artists who combine these two realms to tell their own stories.

From 5pm

Indulge in a beverage or one of AGSA_Eat's delicious First Friday offerings.
Open from 5pm to 8.30pm.

5pm & 7pm
Guided Tours

Take a tour of our 2023 Tarnanthi Exhibition or explore and learn more about our collection with one of our Gallery Guides.
Atrium Information Desk

5pm & 6.45pm
DJ MoZzi

Come celebrate another Tarnanthi First Friday with Wangkangurru, Adnyamathanha, Kuyani, Luritja, Deiri, Yankunytjatjara, Cook Island and Māori artist, DJ MoZzi as he spins another jam-packed set of bounce and groove.

In Conversation - Nici Cumpston, Marika Davies & Colleen Raven Strangways

Take a deep dive into prolific Tarnanthi partner exhibitions, Saltbush Country and UV Songlines: Illuminating ancestral roots at FELTspace with curators, Nici Cumpston, Marika Davies and Artist, Colleen Raven Strangways here at AGSA.
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Hailing from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjantjara (APY) Lands, DEM MOB are the first rappers to weave Pitjantjatjara into their music. Join this groundbreaking trio as they perform an eclectic array of hip-hop here at AGSA. With a number of top-tier shows under their belt, including WOMADelaide and 2023 Primavera Sound where they performed in a lineup amongst the likes of Kendrick Lamar, these talented artists are set to blow the roof off the marquee with some serious wordsmithery and hard-hitting 808s.


With over a decade of experience writing and performing within the Australian hip-hop scene, Indigenous (Ngarrindjeri) artist Jono Stier known as Eskatology, reprises his place on the AGSA stage for a set of thought-provoking bars and powerful tracks that touch on socio-political themes and experiences faced as a First Nations person.