Exhibition
Ngaio Fitzpatrick - Dissonance
13 June 2020—3 October 2020

Dissonance is about time: our relatively brief time and geological or ‘deep’ time.
Until recently, both existed independently. Both have…

CMAG on Saturday: The World Turns Modern
Event
6 June
CMAG on Saturday: The World Turns Modern

Calling all creative kids to be part of a practical workshop exploring The World Turns Modern exhibition

Building a Life: The Jennings Germans story
Exhibition
15 February—7 November
Building a Life: The Jennings Germans story

In the early 1950s, a group of 150 young German men left the security of their homeland and the comfort of their families to travel halfway around the world to a small city called Canberra.

Place: A travelling exhibition of artists' books
Exhibition
21 March—31 October
Place: A travelling exhibition of artists' books

Artists’ books are part of most artists’ vocabulary, either as drawings bound together, illustrated diaries or a response to a place, time, political or historical event, or personal emotion

THE MASS
Exhibition
28 February 2020—6 June 2020
THE MASS

LENDON/BEER’s THE MASS is the latest collaborative work by Emma Beer and Nigel Lendon

VOID
Exhibition
15 February 2020—1 August 2020
VOID

The void is a multifaceted concept, not simply of presence and absence, but a place that exists between distinct worldviews, is occupied by meaning and is imbued with personal, historical and ancestral significance

In Conversation with Dawn Waterhouse: Reflections on 1928 – 1951
Event
12 March 2020
In Conversation with Dawn Waterhouse: Reflections on 1928 – 1951

Celebrate Canberra Day at CMAG with one of our city's longest residents, Dawn Waterhouse

In Conversation with Martin Gascoigne and Virginia Rigney
Event
19 August
In Conversation with Martin Gascoigne and Virginia Rigney

Rosalie Gascoigne developed a completely new way of seeing the landscape of the Canberra region.This vision gradually evolved from her…

Martyn Jolly’s Phantasmagoria
Exhibition
10 June—5 September
Martyn Jolly’s Phantasmagoria

For artist, art historian and now collector Martyn Jolly, the magic lantern shows that came to prominence in the mid nineteenth century were much more than just the antecedent of today’s PowerPoint presentation

Event
Reel Classics: The Italian Straw Hat (France, 1928)
29 February 2020

Reel McCoy Film Society presents bi-monthly film screenings of classic cinema

In Conversation: Threads and Connections with Dr Antonino Nielfi
Event
27 February 2020
In Conversation: Threads and Connections with Dr Antonino Nielfi

Discover the visual and poetic influences of French painter Paul Cézanne and poet Arthur Rimbaud on the artist Sidney Nolan

Growing Up Optional
Exhibition
14 December 2019—28 March
Growing Up Optional

Anneka Losik describes her collection as a ‘mishmash of things that she loves’ and what she loves is everything pop culture

National Multicultural Festival Family Spaces at Canberra Museum and Gallery, Civic Library and Glebe Park
Event
22 February—22 February
National Multicultural Festival Family Spaces at Canberra Museum and Gallery, Civic Library and Glebe Park

Visit the National Multicultural Festival’s Family Spaces to play, create and take part in a range of cultural activities. 

Artist’s Talk and Yarning Circle
Event
21 February
Artist’s Talk and Yarning Circle

Join us as we discuss the artistic and collaborative process behind Djinjama: Defying the grid

Exhibition
Emeirely Nucifora-Ryan: Wavelength
9 November 2019—14 March

Emeirely Nucifora-Ryan investigates the many phenomena of glass through the use of astronomical imagery

NFSA Events: Charlie Chaplin Triple: The Adventurer, The Cure and Easy Street
Event
14 February
NFSA Events: Charlie Chaplin Triple: The Adventurer, The Cure and Easy Street

Friends of the National Film and Sound Archive presents stories that celebrate film

Djinjama: Defying the grid
Exhibition
2 November 2019—22 February
Djinjama: Defying the grid

Budawang (of Yuin Nation) spatial designer Dr Danièle Hromek with mother, Robyn Hromek and sister Siân Hromek, draw on their…