Wednesdays are traditionally hump day. But for the duration of the 23rd Biennale of Sydney, that concept is being disproved.

Located inside the Cutaway at Barangaroo, Galleria Campari is a dedicated space featuring artworks and installations by local artists Jessie French, Bhenji Ra, Carla Zimbler and Nico Nicoson. The space is open Wednesday–Sunday during the contemporary arts festival, inviting Biennale attendees to sip a Campari Soda, Campari Spritz or classic Negroni, nibble on a cheese plate, salumi plate or vegetarian plate, and immerse themselves in the surrounding festivities.

But each Wednesday from 7pm–7:30pm it's hosting a free live performance space featuring experimental, ambient and new classical music from both emerging and established Sydney musicians. Dubbed Art After Dark, the 13-week Wednesday night series is being curated by Sydney musician and composer Megan Alice Clune in collaboration with projection artist Carla Zimbler, with the program's remit aiming to showcase and highlight the diverse landscape of Sydney music and its surrounding communities.

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Bar Galleria opening hours during Biennale of Sydney
Wed midday–9pm
Thu midday–5pm
Fri midday–5pm
Sat midday–5pm
Sun midday–5pm

Opening hours from June 1 - 3 and June 8 - 10
Wed midday–9pm
Thu midday–9pm
Fri midday–9pm
Sat midday–9pm
Sun midday–9pm

See more details and the full Art After Dark at Galleria Campari program.

This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with Campari.