Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art is set to present an outstanding musical line-up of pop, electronica and rock across six Friday nights when ‘Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe’ Up Late series kicks off on 28 July.
Live performances from Australian acts Art vs Science, Olympia, Black Cab, Habits, Models and NO ZU will feature in the six week program, which includes a resident DJ, pop-up bars and live talks in the exhibition space.
Of this particular Up Late series, QAGOMA Director Chris Saines says it offers audiences ‘a unique after-dark experience of Australia’s first major Marvel exhibition – the largest ever presented in an art museum. It’s a Super Hero-sized Friday night out.’ Each session starts at 5.30pm with resident DJ Emma Stevenson playing in GOMA’s River Room, before the headline performers take to the stage.
‘A unique after-dark experience of Australia’s first major Marvel exhibition… It’s a Super Hero-sized Friday night out.’
Put these dates in your calendar:
- 28 July: ARIA award winning Art vs Science.
- 4 August: Melbourne-based, psychedelic three-piece Black Cab.
- 11 August: Entrancing electronic duo Habits.
- 18 August: ARIA nominated Olympia, performing tracks from debut album Self Talk.
- 25 August: The new wave rock sounds of ARIA Hall of Fame-inductees Models.
- 1 September: NO ZU will bring the wild horns, deep groove basslines and ethereal vocals to close the series.
Local artisans will also deliver All in the Details talks, discussing their favourite pieces from the exhibition. From a wide range of creative fields, speakers will include blacksmith Robert Everingham, make-up artist Billie Weston, jeweller Bianca Mavrick and textiles conservator Michael Marendy.
Tickets to ‘Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe’ Up Late are now on sale.
For more information head to GOMA’s website.