Nite Art

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ONE NIGHT ONLY – Wednesday 24th July, 6pm to 11pm. 

ONE CITY / ONE NITE / SIX O’CLOCK START
4 PRECINCTS / 21 GALLERIES / 56 ARTISTS
PHOTOGRAPHY / INSTALLATION / PAINTING / SCULPTURE
PRINTMAKING / DRAWING / MIXED MEDIA / NEW MEDIA
TALKS / WALKS / OPENINGS
MEET NEW PEOPLE / GET LOST IN ART

Nite Art is a new contemporary art event for Melbourne. For the first time on one night Melburnians can experience simultaneous gallery openings and artwalks across 21 well-known, cutting edge and experiential galleries and artist run spaces in the CBD and North Melbourne.

CREATED BY PEOPLE WHO LOVE ART.

A first for Melbourne. There is a global trend changing the way people view art. Internationally new dynamic art events are being created, such as Gallery Weekend Berlin, Hong Kong Artwalk and Roppongi Art Night in Tokyo.

Nite Art 2013 is a new art event and digital platform for Melbourne. For the first time on one night, Melbournians can experience simultaneous gallery openings and art walk across 21 well-known, cutting edge and experimental gallery and artist run spaces in the CBD and Nth Melbourne.

Nite Art is co-created by a group of creative industry professionals wanting new ways to talk about and experience art in Melbourne. United by a shared passion for contemporary art, and influenced by visual arts and culture, founding partners include Deborah Stahle, founder of Artwalk Melbourne; Andrea Nixon of branding and communications consultancy, Nixon Counsel; Andrew Ashton, leading communication and creative specialist, writer and artist behind Work Art Life; and Jason McQuoid, director of new photography gallery, Edmund Pearce. Collectively creatively open.

More info at www.niteart.com.au

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