Pop into CMAG to see Stephanie Burns’ bronze flowers Lola black and Lola pink, commissioned for Floriade in 2000.
Enjoy self directed activities for four to twelve year olds and their families inspired by our exhibitions:
Look at the playful installations of cascading shredded paper created by artist Hilary Hanrahan. Make a mini-installation of your own that is bursting with colour by arranging shredded paper into beautiful designs inside a box frame.
The artist Stephanie Burns creates giant flowers cast in bronze. You can make your own giant paper flower to keep or leave at CMAG to be installed in the Children’s Reading Corner. Don’t forget to take a selfie against the Flower Fiesta wall backdrop and share it with us on instagram #floriadecmag and tag @canberramuseumandgallery @cmag_families
Make a sculpture based on one of the characters that you discover upon entering the world of Dr Who in the Open Collections Gallery. Will you assemble a shiny robot or will you construct a crazy creature from outer space?
Attention all Whovians and knitting enthusiasts young and old. Contribute to the collaborative endless Tom Baker scarf in the exhibition, Bigger on the inside: Collecting Dr Who. Take a selfie in the gallery and share it with us on instagram #drwhocmag and tag @canberramuseumandgallery @impactcomics to be in the running to win prizes supplied by Impact Comics. Competition ends November 20 2016. For terms and conditions visit our website.
Draw, scratch, paint, model and discover, your own your unique line. Everyone has one!
Join us for an afternoon of structured workshops, led by local artist Ruth Oliphant.