Gain an insight into the Canberra Nature Map project, through viewing the live Twitter feed from this citizen-led portal for…
Neil Roberts (1954 – 2002) is an important artist in the Canberra region whose art incorporates the ordinary detritus of…
The exhibition Home in Time was inspired by a book written for the centenary of Canberra. 100 Canberra Houses: A Century of Capital Architecture by Tim Reeves and Alan Roberts surveys Canberra’s domestic culture from 1913 – 2013.
This display of nine anodised and powder coated aluminium decorative and functional objects reflects some of the rich tradition of…
Follow the development of Saddington’s career as a cult celebrity and a key figure in Australian popular music history.
Millán graduated with First Class Honours in Printmedia and Drawing, from the ANU School of Art. At this time he was awarded the CMAG Emerging Artist Support Scheme (EASS) exhibition.
CMAG is giving its foyer screen over to the Instagram account of local artist Holly Granville Edge for the Summer of ’15.
The exhibition celebrates the art of the newly-federated Australia alongside the work of Australians working in Europe during these formative years of the new century.
The story at the heart of this exhibition is of a prolific artist, collaborator, teacher, writer, family historian and a ‘new woman’ pursuing a profession in the arts at the beginning of the 20th Century
Canberra’s Capital Arts Patrons’ Organisation presents its annual exhibition and auction of works by some of our region’s most exciting visual artists.
During a French naval voyage to Australia and the Western Pacific in 1791-1794, encounters with people and place were recorded by the artist Jean Piron.
Punuku Tjukurpa is an exhibition of works from the Maruku Arts archive at Mutitjulu near Uluru in the Northern Territory.
An exhibition of fashion dolls from the collection of Julie Manley
Contemporary ink art has emerged as one of the most important artistic trends in recent years in mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. It has attracted significant attention internationally, and this is the first exhibition presented in Australia to respond to developments in ink art from across this region.
Pollies, porn and pyrotechnics. The sex capital of Australia. Pornberra. Since the 1980s Canberra has been synonymous with sex in…
PULSE: Reflections on the body asks us to consider our bodies and ultimately, how our views on the body inform what we think it is to be human.
In 2014 the Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG) mounted a survey exhibition of the art of Elioth Gruner (1882-1939), one of Australia’s most important painters of landscape.