Discover the intriguing connections, both past and present, between Eirene Mort, Gungahlin Homestead and Soldier On
This sequel to The pictures that moved surveys Australian silent films produced during the "roaring twenties"
Participants will be guided by educator Kay Whitney to develop simple line drawings into an edition of prints
The birth of the Australian film industry coincided with Federation, and this compilation film tracks its first two decades
The art of bookplate design is personal – a way of marking possession of books but also reflecting the personality of the owner
How did a ‘new woman’ navigate a career in design at the beginning of the 20th Century?
Glimpse into the mind of a curator with Dale Middleby, CMAG’s Senior Curator Social History, as she explores Eirene Mort: a livelihood
Join us for an afternoon of structured workshops, led by local artist Jacqueline Bradley
Bloom, grow and shine at CMAG during the spring school holidays
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