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Saturday Sessions at Melbourne Museum — September

Explore exhibitions and talks, plus tunes by DJ Natalie Ex when Melbourne Museum's after-hours parties return for September.
By Libby Curran
September 21, 2022
By Libby Curran
September 21, 2022

Melbourne's hosted a swag of new must-see exhibitions of late — and there's an extra dose of after-hours fun to add to your cultural calendar this weekend, too. Coinciding with the launch of its newest exhibition Naadohbii: To Draw Water, Melbourne Museum is back with the next instalment of its monthly after-dark parties.

On Saturday, September 24, this edition of Saturday Sessions will once again invite punters in to explore the precinct after it's normally closed; browsing its galleries, kicking back to DJ tunes and catching special curator chats.

'Tyama', by Eugene Hyland

This time around, you'll enjoy after-hours access to the immersive projections and special effects of Tyama; the hands-on fun of Bricktionary: The Interactive Lego Brick Exhibition; and the world's most complete Triceratops, star of the Triceratops: Fate of the Dinosaurs exhibition. Plus, be among the first to scope out Naadohbii — a compelling exhibition of First Peoples art exploring the theme of water.

Then, hit the dance floor to a gig by celebrated DJ Natalie Ex. There'll also be an immersive water-inspired film screening, plus pop-up bars stocked with bevs to lubricate your cultural wanderings.

Saturday Sessions runs from 5pm–9pm. Entry to the event is $15 for adults, though you'll need to grab additional tickets for access to Tyama and Bricktionary at the time of booking.

'Bricktionary', by Eugene Hyland

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