Melbourne Winter Masterpieces
Monet’s Garden

The Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris

Monets Garden Until Midnight

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Celebrate Monet’s last night in Melbourne, 7 September 2013, 6pm–midnight, feast on great food, share a drink or two with friends and enjoy pop-up talks, DJ and a stellar line-up of bands.

$28 Adult Admission / $23 Member Admission / $10 Child Admission
Admission fee includes exhibition entry

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DJ Set: Tristen Harris

Tristen Harris presents a weekly show on 3RRR called 'The Golden Age of Piracy', and has been broadcasting since his mid-teens (which was some time ago) and DJing for just as long.

PixCell-Red Deer
Kohei Nawa
Japanese born 1975
PixCell-Red Deer 2012
taxidermied Red deer, glass, acrylic, crystal beads
209.0 x 163.0 x 194.5 cm
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Felton Bequest, 2013
© Kohei Nawa, courtesy Sandwich, Kyoto

Pop-up Talk: clinamen and PixCell-Red Deer

Pop-up Talk: Monet in focus

Pop-up Talk: Gardens in focus

Food and Drink

The Great Hall and Gallery Kitchen will be open for light dinner options with a French inspired market menu. Food and drink service will close at 11pm and 11.30pm respectively. See menu.

The Tea Room will offer a two course bistro supper with a glass of wine and coffee or tea for $55/NGV Members $49.50. 6.30pm or 8.30pm sittings, closing at 10.30pm. See menu.

NOTE: Price excludes entry fees to Monet’s Garden Until Midnight ($28) and tickets are limited. We recommend booking an entry ticket before making a Tea Room booking to avoid disappointment. Purchase entry ticket here (hyperlink to Monet’s Garden Until Midnight ticket page).

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David Birdie
David Bridie
Participating performer, Monet’s Garden until Midnight

Live: David Bridie & the Pills

Featuring the glorious strings of Helen Mountfort’s cello , Hope Csutoros’ violin and the golden voice of Marlon Williams on backing vocals.

The quiet achiever of Australian music, seven time ARIA award winning songwriter and composer David Bridie has enjoyed a distinguished career as one of Australia's most innovative musicians. With his repertoire as a recording artist, soundtrack composer, producer, lyricist, uniquely Australian songwriter and singer, as well as a specialist in the music of Melanesia, Bridie has certainly stamped his mark.

A founding member and songwriter of critically acclaimed musical groups Not Drowning Waving and My Friend The  Chocolate Cake whose success both in Australia and across the world is well documented, Bridie has also released a number of albums under his own moniker with the 2002 “Act of Free Choice” being released in the UK, Canada and America as well as Australia. 

DJ Set: Tristen Harris

Participating performer, Monet’s Garden until Midnight

Live: Pikelet

Having shared stages with the likes of Ariel Pink, Dirty Projectors and Shellac and appearing at festivals like Golden Plains, Laneway, Mona Foma and Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne synth-pop four piece Pikelet return in 2013 with their third album Calluses.
Calluses follows on from their Australian Music Prize-shortlisted 2010 album Stem, and 2007 solo debut Pikelet. The band began as a solo project mid last decade for Melbourne musician Evelyn Morris, and has progressed in bold, inquisitive steps since becoming a fully-fledged live band in 2009, with the addition of drummer Matthew Cox (Witch Hats), synth wizard Shags Chamberlain (Lost Animal) and bassist/guitarist Tarquin Manek (Bum Creek).
Following their performance at NGV’s Monet’s Garden until midnight, Pikelet tour Calluses nationally in September & October.