Kick-start your weekend with after-hours art and entertainment

Tarnanthi 2020 honours the ongoing and often unseen work of aboriginal women in communities to maintain culture. Keeping these stories alive and sharing knowledge is deeply embedded in everyday cultural life across Australia. Join us this First Friday to learn more about Tarnanthi: Open Hands on a tour of the exhibition. Take part in a Weaving & Wine workshop then sit back and enjoy some alternative folk rock music by The Yorke Band.

5pm & 7pm

Guided Tours
Join a guided tour of Tarnanthi 2020: Open Hands
Meet in the Atrium
Capacity 10 per tour


Tarnanthi Art Fair
Pop down to the Tarnanthi Art fair at Lot Fourteen. This year’s event features a curated display of selected Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works for sale, handpicked by community-run art centres to highlight established, mid-career and emerging artists. It also includes a broad selection of paintings, carvings, weavings, jewellery, clothing, textiles and homewares by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across Australia.
Lot Fourteen

from 5.15pm

Live music
Soak up the rolling bass-lines, smooth guitar riffs and gentle melodic voices of The Yorke Band. This independent trio hail from the Yorke Peninsula, brothers Caleb and Zakari Raymond along with Zac Butler write songs confronting major social issues that are faced by young people of their community.
Sculpture Courtyard

Sorry, Sold Out

Weaving and Wine workshop
In this 1.5 hour workshop Sonya Rankine from Lakun Mara will guide you to create your own small basket or mat using the traditional Ngarrindjeri weaving technique. While your hands are busy, our friends at Jansz Tasmania will tantalise your senses with a sample of their cold climate sparkling wines.
Radford Auditorium
Capacity 30
Members $35, non-members $40