Join us under the new year’s sky and delve into First Nations astronomy to discover a new way of seeing ourselves and our place in the world. Enjoy live music by local First Nations artists and join in conversations between the scientific, arts and First Nations communities, all set against the dynamic backdrop of Tarnanthi.

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

Tilly Tjala Thomas

Hailing from the Fleurieu Peninsula, Nukunu Singer/Songwriter Tilly Tjala Thomas joins us once again for a journey of melody and harmony with her captivating voice and soothing guitar.

6pm & 7.15pm
New Celestial Narratives: Exploring Aboriginal Astronomy

Listen in on a discussion about the intriguing world of Aboriginal Astronomy. Join astronomy lecturer, Paul Curnow [B.ED] for an overview of our place in the cosmos at 6pm before diving into an in-depth discussion about Aboriginal Astronomy with Uncle Moogy and Paul at 7.15pm.
Radford Auditorium

6pm Weaving Workshop with Sonya Rankine

Take part in a Weaving Workshop with Ngarrindjeri, Ngadjuri, Narungga & Wirangu artist, Sonya Rankine.
Free for First Nations participants.

This workshop is booked out please contact to join the waitlist.

Kahl Wallis

Adelaide based Wuthathi Artist, Kahl Wallis takes to the AGSA stage to share soul, peace and love through his music.