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
As a city initiated as an imagined capital for the new Australian nation, Canberra has been a place that quickly invited visual representation
Bringing together works of art and social history objects from the CMAG collection, Crafting Canberra explores how the Canberra community…
For Sidney Nolan, his boyhood home of the Melbourne bayside suburb of St Kilda was ‘My kitsch heaven’
Artist Richard Lewer responds to the war memorials that line ANZAC Parade in this work installed as part of the…
r.a.m.p. (risk assessment management plan) is presented as a site-specific installation in the Ramp Showcase by emerging artist Tom Campbell
Australians love grass; kicking a footy, running under a sprinkler, having a barbeque in the backyard and spending time in the garden
In any city there are certain signs and places you walk past all the time—the milk bar, a record store…
Delicious pies! Cold Drinks! Tasty treats! Come and view Canberra’s original Pie Cart – now fully restored – and hear about its amazing history as you enjoy snacks in the sunshine.
Calling all creative kids to be part of a workshop exploring backyard themes in THE BLADE exhibition
Join us for a free lunchtime floor talk with Paul Janssens, Assistant Director of Landscape Services at Australian Parliament House
Julie and Andrew Carter share an affinity for Australiana ceramics, yet as a husband and wife duo they have amassed vastly different collections
Join collectors Julie and Andrew Carter in conversation with Visual Arts Curator Sita McAlpine for a floor talk about their expansive collection of Australiana ceramics.
Through reference to the theme of temporality in both local systems and global phenomena - from the Canberra light rail…
Gather your friends around for a fun outing to the Canberra Croquet Club
Be entranced by the dazzling glow of neon as you discover the history of this unique artform.
Who travels around Australia and takes 1000s of photos of old signs? The Gents, that’s who!