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Learn how to make your own sourdough at home with local sourdough artisan Matthew Hulse of the Farm Dojo. Mat is a master sourdough maker and artist with... more
Join this free interactive tour for people living with dementia and their carer at the National Portrait Gallery. Explore portraits and share stories with... more
Join Kristy Coote on her "Favourite Thing" album launch tour. Kristy's acoustic rootsy brand of pop music has taken her on a journey that resulted in her... more
The Necks are one of the most distinctive and enthralling groups in music. The hard-earned, almost telepathic rapport that Chris Abrahams, Lloyd Swanton... more
In 1966 Australians made change... in more ways than one. Fifty years on the Mint wants to celebrate decimal currency's golden anniversary with you on... more
Art from one of the most innovative print workshops of the 20th century, photographs and specially produced short films reveal the processes of... more
Crisis 1914! The call to arms explores the political events which led to Australia's involvement in the First World War, from outbreak of war in August to... more
What would you see if you had eight eyes? Would you get a better view of the world around you? Find out in Spiders - a joint exhibition between Questacon... more
Reality in flames is the first exhibition at the Australian War Memorial dedicated exclusively to exploring how Australian modernist artists responded... more
William Edwin Pidgeon was a painter, cartoonist, illustrator, and newspaper critic. This exhibition presents a selection of the over 400 works by William... more
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