Planes, trains and automobiles - all manner of transport is the theme of On the Move, a new interactive children's exhibition.
On 26 October 1993, the ACT Chief Minister Rosemary Follett, and the Mayor of Nara, Japan, Yasunori Ohkawa, agreed to establish a sister city affiliation.
Tom Buckland's Bird Machine is a mechanised tribute to the airborne squadrons of cockatoos that roam the skies of Australia; an ethereal aviary where mechanical birds are brought to life through synchronised movements and a cacophony of fluttering wings.
Students from the Fashion School at Canberra Institute of Technology showcase their range of innovative, non-gendered garments from discarded white sheets.
Telopea Park School celebrates its 100-year anniversary on 11 September 2023. Celebrate the school’s anniversary and rich history through the selection of objects and photographs from the school’s archive.
Capturing Canberra showcases CMAG's recently acquired Press Photography Collection
Canberra Museum & Gallery presents Mr Fluffy: Our Voices, personal accounts by Canberra residents impacted by the events surrounding ‘Mr Fluffy’ loose fill asbestos insulation.
An exhibition for children and families in the Nolan Gallery
Through immersive light cubes and augmented reality installations, this exhibition combines the three elements of Light, Colour, Humanity inspired by the architectural legacy of Alastair Swayn and other Australian designers.
Colours of Canberra showcases objects from CMAGs collection to demonstrate how Canberrans embrace colour in everyday life – from businesses and sporting teams to art and fashion choices.
Settled/ Unsettled uses the universal language of visual art to address personal and profound issues faced by Australia’s asylum seekers, refugees and migrants.
Is that a giant wombat at the Canberra Museum and Gallery?
As an extension of Canberra/ Kamberri, Place & People, these design objects from our collection are made by some of the regions’ best-known makers
Wanna Sip is a track on the 2017 album, Plunge, by Fever Ray. For Karena Keys, Wanna Sip’s lyrics resonate as an exploration of the dichotomies of self, such as: love vs loathing, vulnerability vs strength and desire vs protection, as well as the anxieties that can accompany the complexity of these emotions.
In late 2021, local artists were comissioned to make works in response to the care provided to COVID-19 patients by Canberra Health Services
When you think of iconic Australian wildlife, the platypus is high on the list. A unique monotreme that is only found in Australia, the platypus has many endearing qualities (and some venomous ones too)
Delene White presents a sculptural garden of giant cyclamens that sway and bow for CMAG on the Square.