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Watson Arts Centre once again presents the preview showing of the Bald Archy Prize, that eccentric icon of the Australian art calendar. Known... more
Warlpiri Drawings: Remembering the Future tells the story of an intriguing collection of artworks created by Warlpiri people in the 1950s. Glimpsed... more
The ACT Jewish Centre is honoured to invite you to Anne Frank Exhibition which developed by the world-famous Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. 'Anne Frank... more
Find out more about the cultural traditions of some of Canberra's diplomatic missions from Ivana Jirasek, Curator for the Canberra Glassworks exhibition... more
The brand-new Enlighten Night Noodle Markets add to the feast of illumination across the national capital this Autumn. As the lights go on across the... more
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve offers an extensive program of guided walks and activities and special school holiday activities throughout the year. Don't... more
A new exhibition combining two bodies of work: Spent Pleasures and Handscapes.
Kai's works are propositions to the viewer invoking notions of guilt and... more
Andy and Terry had such a ball with their crash-landing entry into the world of theatre with The 13-Storey Treehouse, they're back for more. 13 storeys... more
Be one of the first to see this new permanent exhibition at the Australian War Memorial. Discover the extraordinary efforts of Australians in Afghanistan... more
Ben Quilty toured Afghanistan in 2011 as the Australian War Memorial's official war artist. His exhibition presents works of art developed from his... more
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