For one night only Melbourne’s art spaces and galleries will stay open well into the wee hours, so visitors can experience art after dark. Nite Art 2015 will include the contemporary artwork of 75 artists, in 30 different locations, spanning over three city precincts.
The first precinct is the Arts Precinct, including buildings like Hamer Hall and ACMI, where work such as Fly By Night by Melinda Hetzel & Co. looks particularly interesting. Moving further into the CBD you will arrive at the City Central Precinct, where you will gain access to atypical art spaces such as the Russell Place Substation and the Athenaeum Library. Finally you’ll come to The University of Melbourne Precinct with everywhere staying open from The Ian Potter Museum of Art to Melbourne School of Design.
While there is sure to be an excitable buzz coursing through the night's events, we do suggest you still rug up and wear some sensible footwear if you plan to visit all three precincts throughout the night – a mission which we highly recommend.