The National Gallery Of Victoria has begun its Unplugged Live program offering visitors a live music and art collective experience suitable for all ages, within some of the gallery’s exhibition spaces, and best of all, it’s 100% free!
Head to the NGV’s Ian Potter Centre on a Sunday afternoon over the next month to catch conversations and live sets from some of Australia’s leading artists such as Megan Washington, and Tom Iansek (Big Scary, #1 Dads). Having already showcased the work of Thelma Plum at the session’s kick-off last weekend, music will bring the gallery to life, with each session taking place in one of NGV Australia’s current exhibition spaces including Indigenous Art: Moving backwards into the future, The Kaleidoscopic Turn and Follow the Flag: Australian Artists at War 1914-1945.
Unplugged Live‘s curator Jae Laffer of The Panics will host the sessions, chatting with both visual artists and musicians about the inspiration behind their works and the discussing the many links between music and art.
Unplugged Live at The National Gallery Of Victoria
Sun 12 July Olympia
Sun 19 July Alex Gow
Sun 26 July Katy Steele
Sun 2 August Megan Washington
Sun 9 August Tom Iansek
Free Entry . For more information, visit www.ngv.vic.gov.au