Sydney’s arts and culture stays up late

Blak Douglas, Fraught & Crosses. Courtesy the artist & Art Month Sydney. Photo by James Horan for Sydney Living Museums.

Blak Douglas, Fraught & Crosses. Courtesy the artist & Art Month Sydney. Photo by James Horan for Sydney Living Museums.

Sydneysiders and visitors will have more opportunity than ever to get their culture fix at iconic institutions across the CBD, after the NSW Government’s Culture Up Late initiative was extended until the end of June 2021.

The NSW Government has committed an additional $1.08 million to support the extension of Culture Up Late, which has already seen more than 30,000 visitors through the doors of participating institutions since the initiative launched in January.

The extension of the Culture Up Late program coincides with Dine & Discover and the upcoming accommodation vouchers initiative.

The Art Gallery of NSW, Australian Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Powerhouse Museum, State Library of NSW, Sydney Living Museums, and Sydney Opera House are participating in Culture Up Late. Check participating institutions’ website for individual operating hours and specific programming.

Culture Up Late will now run until 30 June 2021 and is one of many initiatives designed to encourage people back to Sydney’s city centre as part of the NSW Government’s commitment to supporting businesses and jobs and boosting Sydney’s cultural life.

Image: Blak Douglas, Fraught & Crosses. Courtesy the artist & Art Month Sydney. Photo by James Horan for Sydney Living Museums.
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Published: 11 April 2021