This event is sold out! Check out Nights at the Museum for more evening programs, late night entertainment and live music on Thursday nights this summer.
Join us for an after hours event championing First Nations voices, celebrating and discussing the issues that matter to us.
This event is part of the Nights at the Museum program, as the Museum opens its doors every Thursday evening in January to March. More info here.
Hintze Hall – Upper Ground Floor
5pm – 6pm: DJ salllvage
6pm – 7pm: Why You Can’t Speak For Us panel discussion with Sara Khan and guests
7.45pm – 8.45pm: Dobby + Barkaa
No. 1 William – Level 4
5pm – 8.30pm: Bar open
6pm – 8pm: DJ salllvage
Bayala Nura, First Nations Gallery – Upper Ground Floor
5pm – 8pm: Truth Telling tours every half an hour. Spaces are limited, book at Crystal Hall main entry
5pm – 8pm: Weaving Workshop every half an hour. Spaces are limited, book at Crystal Hall main entry
Members Lounge – Lower Ground
5pm – 8pm: Adornment workshop every half an hour. Spaces are limited, book at Crystal Hall main entry
Visit the exhibitions Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family (paid ticket required) and Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year.
Become a Member and discover more of the AM on a Meet the New Museum Member only tours. Book at the Members Lounge on arrival.
Open to all. Recommended for adults and youth 13 and up. Bookings essential. Tickets available at the door subject to availability.
Please note: Timed ticketing is in place for our exhibition Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family, with limited numbers per session. Please choose your session carefully as we do not offer refunds or session changes if you change your mind. Please read our ticket terms and conditions for further information.
The Australian Museum is COVID Safe
The Australian Museum is observing strict physical distancing and hygiene measures to protect the health of visitors and staff and minimise the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
As of 3 January 2021, we require all staff and visitors aged 12 and over to wear a fitted face mask while inside the AM. Please bring your own mask when you visit.
Read the latest visitation information here.