Mandy Martin From Queanbeyan to New York charts the shifts in Martin’s practice between1978 to 1984, from the sensitive gouaches of her near neighbours and friends, to the expressive drama of the paintings that speak to her deep concern for the environment.
Celebrating the artistic friendship of Melbourne artists Ethel Spowers and Eveline Syme, Spowers & Syme presents the changing face of interwar Australia through the perspective of two remarkable women artists
Threads of Policing is a rare opportunity to explore the varied work of the Australian Federal Police as reflected by stories of its members
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
Delene White presents a sculptural garden of giant cyclamens that sway and bow for CMAG on the Square.
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
Join Chris Cranston, AFP Museum curator, in conversation with Kel Boers and Chris Markcrow, Australian Federal Police divers, as they share the story of their role in the Thai cave rescue
Discover the work of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) in the ACT, Australia-wide and globally with AFP Museum curator, Chris Cranston
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.
Hands on art making Workshops for children 6 to 10 years of age
39 years ago, an 18-year-old ‘Victor the Viking’ stepped out onto the field as the Canberra Raiders mascot
The Young Nolan Project is a new initiative where an individual school is invited to work on an extended program and present their resulting art to the public
Timshel is a major new installation of architectural art glass in the CMAG Foyer