MELBOURNE ART FAIR 17-20 FEB'22

Broadsheet presents LATE NIGHTS

Late night exhibitions, roaming performances, exclusive events, live music, dining experiences and more. In 2022 Broadsheet presents the LATE NIGHTS of Melbourne Art Fair. 

FRIDAY NIGHT PRESENTED BY BROADSHEET

The Art Party to kickstart the Australian cultural calendar, experience Melbourne Art Fair to the backdrop of music curated by Hope St Radio and with limited edition Glenfiddich cocktails at the Fair’s Broadsheet Bar. Discover large-scale installations, video art, major commissions and solo exhibitions from 63 leading galleries, along with LIVE performances from The Huxleys, Nick Modrzewski, Steven Rhall, and LAST Collective.

 

BUY TICKETS to Friday Night presented by Broadsheet

PRECINCT NIGHT

PRECINCT NIGHT invites audiences to discover the thriving network of artists, galleries, and creatives that make up the cultural fabric of Fitzroy & Collingwood. With Collingwood Yards cast as a central hub for the night, experience late night exhibitions, artist open studio tours, talks/discussion panels, music, performance and unique dining experiences.

Melbourne Art Fair Official Music Partner, Hope St Radio, invites all to come and experience the culinary delights, textile installations and curated music selections of Jason Phu and Nadia Hernández.

View program HERE.

GALLERY NIGHT is presented as part of the Broadsheet LATE NIGHTS program, and is supported by Hope St Radio and Collingwood Yards.

 

AFTER FAIR VENUE

The Official After Fair Venue, enjoy cocktails late each night of the Fair at Society Restaurant, Lillian Terrace. The Lillian Terrace is a vibrant yet elegant bar and restaurant. The euro style menu offering an ever changing à la carte experience is available throughout the day, 7 days a week. The restaurant is named after the legendary Collins Street denizen, Lillian Wightman, and overlooks her former couture salon, Le Louvre. Soft timber walls, fringed lamps and curvy banquettes set the tone of natural warmth and effortless charm. 

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the place now called Victoria, and all First Peoples living and working on this land. We recognise and celebrate the cultural heritage, creative contributions, and stories of the First Peoples of Victoria. We pay respect to Elders of today, emerging Elders of tomorrow and Elders of the past.

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