2014
  • June
    12-22

Opening
Night
Friday
June
13

On the first Friday night of Dark Mofo, gather by the water after sunset as we illuminate our darkening sky. Embrace the open air, and take the helm of Articulated Intersect, before wandering over to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery for an evening of art, food, whisky and music.

Meanwhile, at 5pm, Ross Manning take us underground — literally, in two unusual subterranean Hobart spaces with his immersive light installation project Different Rhythms.

Wander up to Battery Point at 9pm as Australian artist Michael Goldberg uses photos, video and venue-specific objects to question the role of the imagination in experiencing art in An Inn For Phantoms.

At 10pm head on over to The Odeon, as Jed Kurzel (The Mess Hall) performs his award-winning score to Snowtown. Complete with a full band, he’ll play a selection of music set to clips of unseen footage from the film.

Finally, kick-on till the wee hours at The Bris, that formidable late-night Hobart institution, with a selection of live music, late-night art, roving performance and more.

The night is yours for the taking. (Plus, with the exception of $20 entry to The Brisbane Hotel, everything is free. Bonza.)

On the first Friday night of Dark Mofo, gather by the water after sunset as we illuminate our darkening sky. Embrace the open air, and take the helm of Articulated Intersect, before wandering over to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery for an evening of art, food, whisky and music.

Meanwhile, at 5pm, Ross Manning take us underground — literally, in two unusual subterranean Hobart spaces with his immersive light installation project Different Rhythms.

Wander up to Battery Point at 9pm as Australian artist Michael Goldberg uses photos, video and venue-specific objects to question the role of the imagination in experiencing art in An Inn For Phantoms.

At 10pm head on over to The Odeon, as Jed Kurzel (The Mess Hall) performs his award-winning score to Snowtown. Complete with a full band, he’ll play a selection of music set to clips of unseen footage from the film.

Finally, kick-on till the wee hours at The Bris, that formidable late-night Hobart institution, with a selection of live music, late-night art, roving performance and more.

The night is yours for the taking. (Plus, with the exception of $20 entry to The Brisbane Hotel, everything is free. Bonza.)