Mark Bayly, CMAG’s Assistant Director Exhibitions and Collections, is curator of the exhibition, Crafting the house on the hill: art, design and the building of Australian Parliament House.
Join Mark to discover more about how the building’s design and its location on Capital Hill combine to illuminate ideas about location and landscape. Mark will also discuss how works of art were commissioned for Australian Parliament House in relationship with the Australian landscape and the national capital.
This is an Auslan sign-interpreted tour.
Parliament House, Canberra
Interior Perspective. View of Foyer
ink, watercolour and coloured pencil
National Archives of Australia
This exhibition reveals the stories behind the major art and design commissions at Australian Parliament House
Join us for an afternoon of structured workshops, led by local artist Jacqueline Bradley
Join the Mandy Martin in conversation with Professor Libby Robin from the ANU College of Science
This exclusive tour of Australian Parliament House is a rare opportunity to experience the diverse art collection in the public and private areas usually off limits to the general public