The Nolan Collection is an iconic group of paintings from 1945 to 1953 by Sidney Nolan that the artist gifted to the nation in 1974
Discover the story of Canberra – the people, places and history that make up this city and region.
Whether she’s Madonna, Madge, M, Dita, Madame X or the Queen of Pop, she is celebrating her 40th year in the business…and so are we!
In Guns & Flowers, on display in the Nolan Gallery uncovers an apparently unlikely pairing of artists, and their shared language of symbol and metaphor.
The sphinx bureau is an installation based on the Stephen Harrison's studio and 40 years of art practice.
Until 1 June 2023. In the CMAG foyer display, a selection of sculptures from the CMAG collection reflect Jan Brown's journey as a maker of artworks
This exhibition brings together never-before-seen objects and images from the house, families, woolshed and dairy that made up this extensive early estate.
What does the adage ‘truth to materials’ mean today? When does a sculpture become a functional design object?
Backyard Archaeology tells the story of thousands of small objects that Steve Brown collected from around an ordinary suburban house and garden.
The Young Nolan Project is a new initiative where an individual school is invited to work on an extended program and present their resulting art to the public