If you're anything like us, you're probably hard at work making a list of what to see at Vivid 2018. A word of advice, though: keep Wednesday nights free. Why? Because each hump day throughout the duration of the festival, the Art Gallery of New South Wales will keep its doors open late for a free evening of music, discussion and art.
The first Art After Hours, on the evening of May 30, will see The Indigo Project run a few discussions and a 20-minute mass meditation, and Goldheist and her band performing alongside an Auslan interpreter. Week two will feature Air Land Sea in their first ever full length show, while Haiku Hands will take the mic in week three. Each performance will be preceded by a talk, while the gallery itself will remain open until 10pm.
It's also a good opportunity to catch The Archibald Prize, and the last weeks of the Biennale and The Lady and the Unicorn.