Social history artefacts and visual art from CMAG's permanent collection tell stories about sport, business and community in our region.
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.
Jemima Parker’s installation establishes the gallery space as equivalent to a museum display cabinet
A collection of pulp novels and original cover art from the collection of the late Graeme Flanagan and James Doig
Aviary presents a gaggle of bird sculptures, paintings, prints and drawings drawn largely from the CMAG collection, which will be flocking into the gallery and nesting for several months
Exploring the separation between our increasingly urbanised lives and the experience of the rural environment.
A display of theodolites from the CMAG Collection which is part of a larger holding of equipment used to survey the ACT.
Using the glass-walled space of the gallery, Hannah Quinlivan dissects the elements of a drawing in an inversion of classic anatomical drawing
Nah, It’s Canberra features images of Canberra shot from uncommon angles. Framed in a new way Canberra’s familiar sites reveal unlikely other lives.