$10 (Members and eligible concession card holders $5)
Includes drinks on arrival
Bookings by Wed 30 January
Image: © JCC Glass, Photographer Douglas Glass [detail]
Sidney Nolan is one of Australia’s most acclaimed but enigmatic artists.
The new documentary, Nolan, is an intimate portrait, including interviews with his closest family and friends to bring new insights into his relationships and ways of making art.
Following the screening join Shane Breynard, Director CMAG; Virginia Rigney, CMAG’s Senior Curator Visual Arts and Julia Peters, Executive Producer for Flaming Star Films in a discussion about the film, the man and the myth.
Reproduced by permission of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation © 2018 ABC TV
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