Described as electrifying, vital and avant-garde, Marian Hall Best was the most flamboyant Australian interior designer of the 1950s through to the 1970s
The ANU Design Unit was first established in 1954 to design and manufacture furniture for a steadily growing Australian National University
It’s been flying on our flag poles for 25 years but how much do you know about the Canberra flag?
Christmas is a season of giving and receiving, but should we consider how much we accumulate and how these objects can start to loom too large in our imagination.
A captivating exhibition that offers an overview of the broad range of approaches to art making taken by a new generation of practitioners working in Europe today
Delight in the virtuosity of 24 local glass artists who were each invited to make a single letter of the alphabet as a small sculptural object
Spring is here but snow is still falling at CMAG
Over the past four years artist Trevor Dickinson has been on a quest to find and photograph every one of Canberra's distinctive concrete bus shelters
Marilou Chagnaud’s The wave machine makes dynamic use of black and white lines to reflect the constant movement experienced in the natural environment
This exhibition reveals the stories behind the major art and design commissions at Australian Parliament House
Explore Nicky Gallagher’s extensive collection of tikis and tiki-inspired memorabilia
An exhibition which showcases the rich collections of visual art at the Canberra Museum and Gallery
A photographic exhibition that tells 30 stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living with disability
Encasement is a site specific response to the glass walled space of CMAG’s Gallery 4
This year is the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Canberra Spinners & Weavers
Rowney is the winner of the CMAG 2017 ANU Emerging Artist Support Scheme Award
Canberra’s Capital Arts Patrons’ Organisation presents its annual exhibition and auction of works by some of our region’s most exciting visual artists.