An exhibition exploring the diverse natural history of our region, thematically structured around six…
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.
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
Take a journey through time to explore dimensions of Canberra's future and past. A major Centenary exhibition that examines time, place and identity through the interplay of art, science and historical material.
Few politicians in Australia’s history have been as colourful, and none so enigmatic, as King O’Malley.
Fashioned Here unpacks the wardrobe of Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG). The exhibition shows the work of fashion designers and related private businesses that are represented in CMAG’s permanent collection, as well as selected current designers.
This exhibition explored the history of crime and punishment in the Canberra region since the early 1800s, exploring the growth of the ACT from rural settlement to capital city and the resulting change in both the types of crime and our methods of coping with it.
In the 1960s Canberra underwent a metamorphosis, from large country town to thriving national capital. A reinvigorated plan for Canberra…