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Exhibition viewings

See selected exhibitions before they open to the public and enjoy exclusive opportunities to view exhibitions after-hours.

'HARVEST' AFTER-HOURS TOUR AND DEGUSTATION

Wednesday 23 July | 5.30–9.30pm | GOMA Restaurant and exhibition space
An after-hours event with a twist – explore 'Harvest' on a private tour with exhibition curator Ellie Buttrose followed by a seven-course degustation menu with matched premium wines at GOMA restaurant. Taking inspiration from works in the show, Executive Chef Josue Lopez has themed each dish, continuing the tour of the exhibition from the galleries to your plate. Josue will introduce each dish, and the wines will be presented by a guest sommelier.

Bookings required / $140 Members / $155 Members' guests / Includes seven courses with premium wine / Food only $100 Members / $115 Non-members / Book online or call (07) 3840 7278 to RSVP by 9 July.

BRISBANE CHEFS' DINNER: COOKING THE BOOK

Wednesday 3 September | 5.00-9.30pm | GOMA Restaurant
Experience the exhibition after hours before converging at GOMA restaurant for a unique dining event. Joining Executive Chef Josue Lopez and Head Chef Aaron Holt will be two special guests, Alejandro Cancino (Urbane) and Ben Williamson (Gerard's Bistro). Each chef will present a special dish on this irresistible four-course menu, matched with premium wines. Hear about their involvement in the exhibition's accompanying publication, which features essays, interviews and recipes by leading national and international chefs.

Bookings required / $120 Members / $135 Members' guests / Includes four courses with premium wine / Food only $100 Members / $115 Non-members / Book online or call (07) 3840 7278 to RSVP by 22 August.

If you enjoy after-hours exhibition viewings, you may also be interested in finding out more about the all new GOMA Talks Tour Package in association with QAGOMA's popular evening series GOMA Talks when it returns in July for Harvest. Find out more at the GOMA Talks page.