Art Gallery of Ballarat

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The Gallery is staying up late!

This January, we are keeping the Gallery up way past its bedtime. Our doors are open until 10 pm every night until Saturday 29 January.

So if you're heading out for dinner or drinks in Ballarat's CBD or enjoying Spark Theatre's Pop Up Park activities in Alfred Deakin Place, make sure you make time to call in to the Gallery and check out our latest displays.

On selected nights, we have engaged local musicians to perform live to provide a soundtrack for your enjoyment of our collection.

The Art Gallery of Ballarat is not just Australia's oldest regional gallery but one of its most exciting. Located in the heart of Ballarat's central heritage precinct, the Gallery boasts the most significant collection of Australian art outside the major national and state institutions.

The Gallery presents a range of exhibitions from the colonial period through to cutting edge contemporary art drawn from the Gallery's extensive collection, as well as temporary ticketed exhibitions featuring works of art from museums around the world. It is a focus for Ballarat's lively arts scene, situated in the heart of Ballarat's central area, surrounded by great cafes and restaurants, book and antique shops and commercial galleries.

The Gallery is staying up late!

This January, we are keeping the Gallery up way past its bedtime. Our doors are open until 10 pm every night until Saturday 29 January.

So if you're heading out for dinner or drinks in Ballarat's CBD or enjoying Spark Theatre's Pop Up Park activities in Alfred Deakin Place, make sure you make time to call in to the Gallery and check out our latest displays.

On selected nights, we have engaged local musicians to perform live to provide a soundtrack for your enjoyment of our collection.

Schedule:

Friday 21 January, 6 pm to 9 pm
Mick Trembath, acoustic guitar
Ballarat born guitarist Mick Trembath plays a range of finger style genres.

Saturday 22 January, 6 pm to 9 pm
Mick Trembath, acoustic guitar

Thursday 27 January, 6 pm to 9 pm
ZOJ duo (Gelareh Pour and Brian O'Dwyer)
Iranian-Australian musician Gelareh Pour and experimental drummer Brian O'Dwyer fuse Persian and Western motifs into their intoxicating music.

Friday 28 January, 6 pm to 9 pm
Candi Wade
Candi Wade is a solo acoustic guitar player and singer who has been playing and performing from a very young age.

Saturday 29 January, 6 pm to 9 pm
Cassells Acoustic
A solo acoustic project founded by Jordan Cassells, blending the unique sounds of Alternative/Folk Acoustic into encapsulated stories of personal life events.

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40 Lydiard St N, Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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