In this exhibition the artist continues to explore the themes and forms of her recent work, employing largely recycled materials…
Discover the rich documentary heritage held in Canberra’s premier cultural institutions and the contribution made to the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register by Canberra's librarians, archivists, curators and conservators.
Social history artefacts and visual art from CMAG's permanent collection tell stories about sport, business and community in our region.
Original works by celebrated author-artist Jeannie Baker from her new book Circle
Highlights from the collection of Peter Taylor, ranging from rare Post World War II European bikes to an Australian bike raced at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics
This unique conceptual work was instigated by curator, Mel George – herself a distinguished glass artist. The work is composed of 26 individual objects, each depicting a letter of the alphabet, produced by some of Australia’s most prominent glass artists connected with the Canberra region.
Join University Archivist, Maggie Shapley, for an exclusive opportunity to tour the repository situated over the Parkes Way tunnel
Join vintage racing bike collector, Pete Taylor and Stephen Hodge, former professional cyclist from 1987 to 1996 in conversation
Discover the decorative qualities in the work of Sidney Nolan, then head to the CMAG Studio to explore printed repeat patterns on paper and fabric.
To write an informed history we need to preserve the records of the past.
The significance of items included on the UNESCO Memory of the World Australian Register list gives us insight into our history and heritage.
Access to collections is crucial for communities and researchers to ensure historical evidence is preserved and available to deepen our understanding of our past.
Exploring the separation between our increasingly urbanised lives and the experience of the rural environment.