First Fridays is back! Join us in real life for an exciting mix of live performance, music & tours

First Fridays returns to AGSA. Join us in real life and begin your journey out of the darkness. Enliven your mind on a guided tour and explore a world of colour in art, be entertained by the inspiring force of local musician Leni, and learn more about the creative process behind the development of Restless Dance Theatre’s performance, Seeing Through Darkness. This work will be presented throughout the month of September and has been developed in response to the Gallery’s collection of work by Georges Rouault.

5pm & 7pm

Guided Tours - Coloring the Gallery
Enliven your mind on a guided tour that explores the world of colour in art. Tours include the new display Chromatopia and SALA artist displays.
Meet at the Information Desk, capacity 15 per tour
Please be mindful of physical distancing.

5.15pm, 6.15pm & 7.15pm

Leni - Live musical Performance
Enjoy a live performance by local singer songwriter Leni; be entertained by Leni’s inspiring force and dreamy good vibes guaranteed to bring some light into our world.
Courtyard, Capacity 100
Please be seated when consuming beverages and be mindful of physical distancing.


Creative Conversations
Join Restless Dance Theatre’s Artistic Director Michelle Ryan, lighting and stage designer Geoff Cobham and Curator Maria Zagala for a colourful discussion about the creative development of Seeing Through Darkness. Auslan interpreted. This talk will be available as a podcast following the event if you are unable to attend in person.
Gallery 9, Capacity 30
Seated only event, please be mindful of physical distancing.

Leni performs at The Jade for Sunny Side Uploads

Enjoy this recording of our musician for this evening, local singer songwriter Leni playing live at The Jade.

Bernadette Klavins viewing works in Chromatopia, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide;; photo: Saul Steed.

Introduction to Colour

Learn more about colour and how our brain interprets what we see, which colours make us feel certain ways and what is the colour wheel and who invented it?