Ever wondered what happens after dark?
Walker St Gallery’s latest exhibition looks at the notions of all things spooky, gothic and a little bit nightmarish.
The month long exhibition called Things that Go Bump in the Night will incorporate paintings, drawings, installations, photography, video, performance art, as well as a string quartet and a rock band.
Featuring some of Australia’s most highly regarded visual and performing artists, the exhibition will run in conjunction with Dandenong’s annual winter arts event, Nocturnal.
Things that go Bump in the Night opens on Thursday, 31 May and runs until Saturday, 30 June
The exhibition will feature the works of Fabrice Bigot, Jane Burton, Jon Cattapan, Edward Colless, Mat Coyle, Irene Hanenbergh, Kotoe Ishii, Georgia Metaxas, Stephanie Monteith, and Mia Saljso and Heidi Yardley.
Two special performances will also take place during the month long visual arts exhibition. Silo String Quartet will play a free concert on Thursday, 7 June at 8pm and Post rock band Laura will perform on Thursday, 14 June at 8pm.
Walker St Gallery is located on the corner of Walker and Robinson streets in Dandenong.
The gallery is open 11am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and 11am to 3pm on Saturdays. It is closed on public holidays.
Entry to the exhibition is free.
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