When All Dates
/ 15 Nov 2012
Type of Event
All Event Types
Paul Daley will be in conversation with Chris Hammer on Daley's new book, Canberra.
"Canberra is a city of orphans. People arrive temporarily for work... more
Dwight Yoakam invokes images of a cowboy hat with the brim pulled low and tight blue-jeans. The Los Angeles native has sold over 25 million albums... more
Big Objects are Coming will unveil some grand-scale treasures from the National Museum of Australia's collection as part of a spectacular new permanent... more
The ambitious portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Australian artist Ralph Heimans is the centrepiece of the exhibition Glorious. Shown for the... more
This free exhibition of film posters highlights some of the many film adaptations from Australian novels and plays held in the National Film and Sound... more
The National Portrait Gallery and Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation present Go Figure! Contemporary Chinese Portraiture.
The exhibition is a vibrant... more
The Tree features new work by twenty-five practitioners. Curated by Clare Belfrage, Exhibition Design and Coordination by Ruth White. The exhibition... more
The Growing a Forest class will start in The Tree exhibition and then move upstairs to the Engine Room. You'll be taught how to cut glass and construct a... more
On the first weekend of every month, Canberra Glassworks hold exclusive, intimate classes for those wanting to learn more about this fascinating art and... more
The Capital Summer Series January Festival 2013 is a multisport event with a focus on Triathlon. It will also host the Australian Sprint Championship. The... more
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