Tom Moore’s Abundant Wonder is part of the JamFactory’s Icon exhibition series and celebrates the achievements of South Australia’s most influential artists working in craft-based media.
Blanche Tilden is an innovative artist forging an international reputation in the dual fields of contemporary jewellery and studio glass
Celebrating 50 years of Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre makers, showcasing a curated selection of work from five decades…
Influential Australian Chinese artist Lindy Lee explores identity, history, spirituality and our relationship to the cosmos. She creates meditative works using light, shadow and scale across many artforms. Moon in a Dew Drop takes an in-depth look at four decades of extraordinary
After migrating to Australia for the Gold Rush in the 1860s, Braidwood became home for the Chinese Nomchong family in the 1880s
This display showcases works by Dr Danie Mellor, Jennifer Kemarre Martiniello OAM and Paul House - established Indigenous Australian artists working in the Canberra region
John Nixon (1949-2020) was one of Australia’s foremost abstract artists, a prolific creator, experimenter, curator and teacher for over 50 years
Crisp winter days with snowfall on the ground can only mean one thing - get the skis out!
This exhibition showcases Kinloch Kilby's private collection of boomboxes
Nolan immersed himself in the myths of the Greeks, reading the Iliad and visiting Gallipoli, so close to Troy. He…
This exhibition highlights fibre textile art from CMAG’s own collection, alongside works from textile artists from ACT and NSW.
Discover the history of the Canberra Raiders, their place in the NRL and what they mean to the fans – and the city – who support them.
Presented in dialogue with Sidney Nolan: Search for Paradise is a newly commissioned installation by Dean Cross
Nolan is one of Australia’s most iconic twentieth century artists whose life and loves among the Heide circle of artists in the 1940s were at first his idea of Eden but then became his own personal hell
After completing the first Ned Kelly series in mid-1947, Sidney Nolan’s ambition to address the landscape and mythologies of Australia in a new way significantly expanded beyond his more familiar terrain of northern Victoria
The whimsical concept behind the imaginary microcosm presented within the glass walls of CMAG on the Square is that these creatures have, over time, evolved from discarded musical instruments
Threads of Policing is a rare opportunity to explore the varied work of the Australian Federal Police as reflected by stories of its members