Event
Reel Classics: Chinatown (USA, 1974)
8 February

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

Youth Climate Forum: Working Towards a Sustainable Future
Event
1 February
Youth Climate Forum: Working Towards a Sustainable Future

Are you aged 12 - 25 and passionate about climate activism? Would you like the opportunity to talk, and workshop your ideas with leading political and scientific experts in the field?

In Conversation with Anneka Losik: Pop Culture Obsession
Event
23 January
In Conversation with Anneka Losik: Pop Culture Obsession

Join collector Anneka Losik as she discusses her love of pop culture and passion for collecting

Board Game Marathon Drop-In Day
Event
16 January 2020
Board Game Marathon Drop-In Day

Spend a fun family day, or just a lazy half-hour at CMAG these school holidays playing board games!

 In Conversation: Collaboration in Art and Music in Hi-Vis Futures
Event
4 December 2019
In Conversation: Collaboration in Art and Music in Hi-Vis Futures

Join artists Mandy Martin, Alexander Boynes and musician and composer Tristen Parr as they discuss the process of collaboration involved in creating the exhibition Hi-Vis Futures

Kimberley Echoes
Event
3 December 2019
Kimberley Echoes

Kimberley Echoes is a powerful musical celebration of the Kimberley and its people

Reel Classics: Piccadilly (1929)
Event
30 November 2019
Reel Classics: Piccadilly (1929)

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

Panel: Art + Emotion = Action
Event
28 November 2019
Panel: Art + Emotion = Action

Can a deeply emotional experience of art drive a personal response to climate change?

Collection Conversation: Civic Square and the Utopian City Ideal
Event
22 November 2019
Collection Conversation: Civic Square and the Utopian City Ideal

Civic Square, designed by Roy Simpson of Yuncken Freeman in 1959, was a confident assertion of utopian Modernist architectural style

Exhibition
Hi-Vis Futures
16 November 2019—1 February

From ‘eco’ to ‘FIFO’. From high-value to high-vis. This art installation encompasses the complex political, environmental and fundamentalsocial issues that are occurring right now and for the visible future

NFSA Friends - Lost Australia: Orphan of the Wilderness (1936)
Event
15 November 2019
NFSA Friends - Lost Australia: Orphan of the Wilderness (1936)

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

Reel Classics: In the Fog (2012)
Event
9 November 2019
Reel Classics: In the Fog (2012)

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

Sustainable arts practice: creativity and business
Event
1 November 2019
Sustainable arts practice: creativity and business

Join Professor David Throsby and a panel of four local artists as they consider what a sustainable arts practice looks like

Reel Classics: The Summer Stock (1950)
Event
26 October 2019
Reel Classics: The Summer Stock (1950)

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

Event
Walk: Activism at ANU
24 October 2019

Discover sites and stories of activism on a walk around the ANU Acton Campus with ANU Heritage Advisor Amy Jarvis

Reel Classics: Jacques Becker Double: Casque d’Or (1952) + Don’t Touch the Loot (1954)
Event
12 October 2019
Reel Classics: Jacques Becker Double: Casque d’Or (1952) + Don’t Touch the Loot (1954)

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

NFSA Friends - The Pentagon Papers: Conversations with Daniel Ellsberg (1972) + The Franklin River Blockade (1983)
Event
11 October 2019
NFSA Friends - The Pentagon Papers: Conversations with Daniel Ellsberg (1972) + The Franklin River Blockade (1983)

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

Daniel Ellsberg discusses his experiences in Vietnam and their influence on his decision to release the stolen Pentagon papers to the American public. Plus, the Tasmanian Wilderness Society's blockade of construction on a dam to flood the Franklin River attracted activists from all over Australia, 1440 of whom were arrested for non-violent protest.  Their efforts influenced the 1983 federal election campaign.