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To mark the centenary of the First World War, the National Library of Australia invites you to explore their fascinating collection of wartime albums... more
In June 2015 the Canberra Glassworks celebrates the centenary of the Kingston Power House, the first of several landmark buildings designed in Canberra by... more
Little children and their parent or carer are invited to join an experienced Learning Facilitator at the National Portrait Gallery for playful activities... more
An acknowledged masterpiece of Renaissance manuscript illumination, the Rothschild Prayer Book has remained the preserve of a privileged few. With its... more
Since the 1980s Canberra has been synonymous with sex in the minds of many Australians. Twenty years have passed since it became legal to sell X-rated... more
The National Museum of Australia's newly reopened Torres Strait Islander gallery features objects and stories that reveal the history and vitality of... more
See powerful political caricature in the Behind the Lines 2014 exhibition, which celebrates the best political cartoons of the year. Superheroes. Battle... more
Bespoke. Custom made. Tailored. Made to measure. Bespoke: Design for the People.
In a collaboration with Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre, five artists... more
Take the All that fall: Sacrifice, life and loss in the First World War daily introduction tour to the exhibition.
All that fall: Sacrifice, life and... more
Australian photographer Rod McNicol has consistently analysed the passing of time through the evidence of the photographic portrait. Life and time:... more
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