Get set to revel again in art at Art After Dark

It’s time for the next instalment of art served up late with Town Hall Gallery After Dark returning on Friday 31 May.

Visitors can indulge in a free feast for the senses that includes live music, after-hours viewing of some of the best artwork in Melbourne’s east, interactive activities, the Arts Bar and access to The Emporium where you can purchase handmade gifts by local artisans.

Live music for the evening will be delivered by stunning harpist and solo vocalist, Liana Perillo (pictured right). Known for her fusion of classical and contemporary harp music, Liana has brought her talent to the likes of the Australasian Harp Orchestra, as well as performing at the World Harp Congress in Hong Kong.

The latest exhibition at Town Hall Gallery Sounds Like. challenges gallery-goers to experience how sound can engage and expand our imagination. Through immersive installation, sculpture and performance, the use of sound as artistic expression is brought to life by featured artists: Roger Alsop, Vicky Browne (artwork pictured left), Megan Alice Clune, Julian Day and Camille Robinson.

Also on display is Tonal Modernism, an exhibition featuring exquisite pieces by Steven Szczebiot. These include still-life studies, figurative works and urban-landscape paintings, combining to form a stirring depiction of the streets of Boroondara and everything held within them.

Town Hall Gallery After Dark

Friday 31 May, 6PM to 8PM
360 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn
Free entry

Town Hall Gallery features four distinct gallery spaces that showcase a range of artwork, contemporary public programs, curated exhibitions and exhibitions drawn from the Town Hall Gallery Collection. Celebrating the rich, cultural heritage of the City of Boroondara, Town Hall Gallery supports local, national and international artists of varying experiences and offers a space for local artists and groups to exhibit professionally.