Together In Art
Post-hip-hop artist Nardean talks about her beginnings, her music and her part in Archie Plus
Justin Paton introduces a new portrait-focused program of art, music, performance and dance
Enter the scorched rustic world of Russell Drysdale’s 1940s landscapes with the wandering mood of Chris Haskett’s ‘Lost Dog’.
Australian duo Sumn Conduit create a densely layered sound-work for voice and electronics exploring ‘The tongue in the middle of the port’ by American artist Mark Bradford.
Our conservators, like pretty much everyone we know, love inventing names for fictitious bands. So they went looking for more possible band names lying in wait in the conservation laboratory.
Considering the power of music and its intersection with art through a Wurlitzer jukebox of 100 protest songs.
Through the colourful reflections of Ugo Rondinone’s clockwork for oracles, Rainbow Chan performs her beautiful song ‘Melt’ in the final empty days of the Gallery.
The New Age Noise Collective celebrate Rainbow Chan’s music and mentorship.
Wander the Art Gallery of New South Wales to the soaring song of Australia’s Delta Goodrem, who performs her new song ‘Keep climbing’ amidst the epic artworks and classic architecture of the Grand Courts.
Fall into the hauntingly beautiful sounds of ‘Midnight sun’, a piano composition by Heather Shannon.
Be drawn into a dialogue between music and art, as singer Sarah Belkner steps through the looking glass to perform inside Shadow catchers.
Bringing a silent space to life, Fijian guitarist Joji Malani performs an electrifying arrangement of music in the Gallery’s Grand Courts.
Filmed just days after the Gallery’s closure to the public, Ngaiire performs ‘Fall into my arms’, our first Together In Art performance.