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Art Month Waterloo and Green Square Precinct Night

Because art looks even better at night.
By Lucy McNabb
February 23, 2018
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By Lucy McNabb
February 23, 2018
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Whatever your plans are for Thursday nights in March, you might want to scrap them because Art Month Sydney is back. The city will be pulsing with exhibitions, talks, tours, workshops and the return of Art Month Precinct Nights. If you're a first-timer, basically for every Thursday (and the last Friday) in March, a cluster of close-enough-to-walk-between galleries will throw their doors open late, so you can hop between exhibitions after-hours then finish up with an Art at Night Party. Think of it as an art adventure trail — with a bar waiting for you at the end.

For Art at Night in Waterloo and Green Square on March 22, the increasingly rich arts precinct will host a collection of awesome exhibitions, including Present Exhibition at Darren Knight Gallery (showcasing exciting emerging artists working in Sydney without gallery representation) and the infamous Collectors' Space exhibition at MAY SPACE, where viewers get to have a sticky beak at works from the personal collection of artists, curators and cultural leaders (think Daniel Mudie Cunningham, Emma Price, Tony Albert and Abdul Abdullah) in a show exploring the relationship each collector has to both the works and the artists who created them. Other galleries involved include [email protected] Gallery, The Bearded Tit and Sullivan+Strumpf. And once you've had your fill of gallery hopping,  end the night rubbing shoulders with movers and shakers at the opening of The Other Art Fair 2018 from 6pm.

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Art Month Sydney runs March 1-25, 2018. Find out more information and download a precinct map here.

Photo: Artists Martin Claydon and Katrina Garcia, featured in The Other Art Fair Sydney 2018.

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