Tuesday, 17 January 2017


Make the most of Sydney's Summer nights and immerse yourself in some of the country's largest arts and cultural institutions at late night openings every Wednesday until 22 February 2017.

Minister for the Arts Troy Grant said the Art Gallery of NSW, State Library of NSW, Australian Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney Opera House and Carriageworks are all opening their doors for the regular weekly Summer night event, Culture Up Late.

"Whether it's 400 spiders at the Australian Museum, ancient mummies or twilight tours of the Southern Sky at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, garden design at the State Library or nudes at the Art Gallery of NSW, Wednesday nights this Summer offer a weekly opportunity to experience each of these novel exhibitions," Mr Grant said.

"With the Museum of Contemporary Art staging the immersive installations of Tatsuo Miyajima and Carriageworks and the Sydney Opera House showcasing the Sydney Festival, Sydney by night and day is the place to be as a unique arts and entertainment destination for locals and tourists alike."

Come and explore a different venue every Wednesday night this Summer for your mid-week culture fix. Visit arts.nsw.gov.au for further information on opening hours, events, exhibitions and performances.

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