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Collectable Sundays - Bus Depot Markets
Markets
Collectable Sundays - Bus Depot Markets
On the fourth Sunday of the month, the Old Bus Depot Markets highlight collectables – anything from records, to furniture and antiques.
Canberra Kids Market
Markets
Canberra Kids Market
Canberra Kids Market is THE place to find new, handmade and pre-loved, clothing, toys, books, games, accessories and equipment for babies, toddlers and young ones.
Summer High Tea
Food and Wine
Summer High Tea
Summer High Tea Available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Menu Savoury - Olive-cucumber savoury macaron (vegetarian) - Quail egg benedict, black
Endeavour Voyage: The Untold Stories of Cook and the First Australians
Exhibition and Shows
Endeavour Voyage: The Untold Stories of Cook and the First Australians
This stunning exhibition takes you on a journey, travelling on board the ship with Cook and for the first time hearing the stories from those
Truth, Power and a Free Press
Exhibition and Shows
Truth, Power and a Free Press
Roll up, roll up to Behind the Lines 2017 at the Museum of Australian Democracy and marvel at the political cartooning spectacle that is The
Belonging: Stories of Australian Art
Exhibition and Shows
Belonging: Stories of Australian Art
This major collection presentation recasts the story of nineteenth-century Australian art. Informed by the many voices of Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultures and communities, the display
Democracy. Are You In?
Exhibition and Shows
Democracy. Are You In?
Australia reverberates with the legacy of migration. Through artworks, personal objects, and stories, The Gift: Art, Artefacts and Arrivals explores migration as a personal experience
onetoeight: Australia’s first prime ministers
Exhibition and Shows
onetoeight: Australia’s first prime ministers
Australia reverberates with the legacy of migration. Through artworks, personal objects, and stories, The Gift: Art, Artefacts and Arrivals explores migration as a personal experience
Happy and Glorious
Exhibition and Shows
Happy and Glorious
Want to visit a more exclusive garden this spring? Join us for a 45 minute tour through the green spaces of Old Parliament House. Discover
Life Through the Lens - Photographic Display at the NFSA
Community Event
Life Through the Lens - Photographic Display at the NFSA
Audiences around the world know and love Heath Ledger as a charismatic movie star who pushed boundaries and created iconic roles. Now they have a
The Body Electric
Exhibition and Shows
The Body Electric
The Body Electric presents work by women artists on the subjects of sex, pleasure and desire. The exhibition features some of the pioneering figures in
Australian Dreams: Picturing our Built World
Exhibition and Shows
Australian Dreams: Picturing our Built World
For over 200 years, painters, printmakers and photographers have been in a creative conversation with the built environment. Reflecting progress, social ideas, understanding of the
Pub Rock
Exhibition and Shows
Pub Rock
The National Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition, selected from a national field of entries, reflects the distinctive vision of Australia's aspiring and professional portrait photographers.
Birds of Paradise: Ellis Rowan in New Guinea
Exhibition and Shows
Birds of Paradise: Ellis Rowan in New Guinea
Ellis Rowan (1848–1922) is one of Australia’s most celebrated artists. Best known for her striking wildflower paintings, Ellis Rowan also had an interest in birds
This is my place
Exhibition and Shows
This is my place
The National Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition, selected from a national field of entries, reflects the distinctive vision of Australia's aspiring and professional portrait photographers.
Ink in the Lines, Special Exhibition
Exhibition and Shows
Ink in the Lines, Special Exhibition
What do servicemen and servicewomen wear? What do they eat? What jobs do they do? Our exciting hands-on history programs answer these questions and many
Out of This World: Australia in the space age
Exhibition and Shows
Out of This World: Australia in the space age
Welcome to the dawn of the space age. From the 1950s through to the 1970s, Australia was gripped with excitement as humanity made its first
PlayUP: The Right to Have an Opinion and Be Heard
Community Event
PlayUP: The Right to Have an Opinion and Be Heard
Stand up, make up, think up and step up at the brand new PlayUP at the Museum of Australian Democracy. After an exciting transformation, our
DressUP: Change the World
Exhibition and Shows
DressUP: Change the World
Peek into the personal collections of five fascinating collectors. Diverse, rich and often surprising, these collections are brimming with stories. From cherished mementoes of political
Before hand: the private life of a portrait
Exhibition and Shows
Before hand: the private life of a portrait
The National Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition, selected from a national field of entries, reflects the distinctive vision of Australia's aspiring and professional portrait photographers.
Portrait Allsorts
Exhibition and Shows
Portrait Allsorts
The National Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition, selected from a national field of entries, reflects the distinctive vision of Australia's aspiring and professional portrait photographers.
Canberra International Riesling Challenge Riesling Experience
Food and Wine
Canberra International Riesling Challenge Riesling Experience
The Canberra International Riesling Challenge is the largest single varietal wine show in the Southern Hemisphere, annually assembling one of the largest collection of Rieslings
Seeing Canberra
Exhibition and Shows
Seeing Canberra
Elioth Gruner (1882-1939) is an artist whose work is long overdue for reassessment. He was an outstanding painter of the Australian landscape, celebrated in his
Crafting Canberra
Exhibition and Shows
Crafting Canberra
Elioth Gruner (1882-1939) is an artist whose work is long overdue for reassessment. He was an outstanding painter of the Australian landscape, celebrated in his
Sidney Nolan and St Kilda: Memory and Modernism
Exhibition and Shows
Sidney Nolan and St Kilda: Memory and Modernism
Elioth Gruner (1882-1939) is an artist whose work is long overdue for reassessment. He was an outstanding painter of the Australian landscape, celebrated in his
Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 to Now
Exhibition and Shows
Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 to Now
Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 to Now showcases art made by women. It brings together more than 300 works, drawn from the Gallery’s
EVENT Here I Am: Art By Great Women – Exhibition Avenue
Exhibition and Shows
EVENT Here I Am: Art By Great Women – Exhibition Avenue
Inspired by the Know My Name movement and in a cultural partnership with the National Gallery of Australia, HERE I AM: Art by Great Women
HERE I AM: Art By Great Women - aMBUSH Gallery exhibition
Exhibition and Shows
HERE I AM: Art By Great Women - aMBUSH Gallery exhibition
Inspired by the Know My Name movement and in a cultural partnership with the National Gallery of Australia, HERE I AM: Art by Great Women
The Blade: Australia’s love affair with lawn
Exhibition and Shows
The Blade: Australia’s love affair with lawn
Elioth Gruner (1882-1939) is an artist whose work is long overdue for reassessment. He was an outstanding painter of the Australian landscape, celebrated in his
Sign of the Times
Exhibition and Shows
Sign of the Times
Elioth Gruner (1882-1939) is an artist whose work is long overdue for reassessment. He was an outstanding painter of the Australian landscape, celebrated in his
Behind the Lines 2020: The year in political cartoons
Exhibition and Shows
Behind the Lines 2020: The year in political cartoons
2020’s disruption and turmoil got more close and personal than most of us ever imagined. From the bushfire summer to the global pandemic, the nation’s
Sir Edmund Barton: Australia's first Prime Minister
Exhibition and Shows
Sir Edmund Barton: Australia's first Prime Minister
Australia’s first Prime Minister had an enormous impact on shaping modern Australia. Sir Edmund Barton’s government marked the culmination of the drive to Federation for
Make a Zine About Your Feelings Workshop
Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks
Make a Zine About Your Feelings Workshop
Want to learn how to make a zine about your feelings? This Canberra workshop will let you explore your mood and you'll even finish up
ANU Thrive
Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks
ANU Thrive
ANU Thrive is a student-led initiative which aims to support students by listening to their concerns and connecting them to the most appropriate service or
A Portrait of Australia: Stories through the lens of Australian Geographic
Exhibition and Shows
A Portrait of Australia: Stories through the lens of Australian Geographic
This stunning exhibition takes you on a journey, travelling on board the ship with Cook and for the first time hearing the stories from those
Canoes, Cool Climate Wines & Canapés
Festivals and Celebrations
Canoes, Cool Climate Wines & Canapés
After the success of this experience in 2017 we are thrilled to announce that Canoes, Champagne & Canapés is back in 2018. There are some
2021 Australian of the Year Exhibition
Exhibition and Shows
2021 Australian of the Year Exhibition
Stories of Rome and its vast empire continue to captivate and intrigue people almost 3000 years after their foundation. Rome: City and Empire brings to
Peril in the Parliament
Exhibition and Shows
Peril in the Parliament
A brand new MoAD experience – part whodunit, part riddle room at Old Parliament House after dark! Located in the House of Representatives Chamber, Peril
Collection Highlights Tour
Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks
Collection Highlights Tour
The National Portrait Gallery offers a free thirty minute tour of their Collection every day. Explore the building and immerse yourself into the artistic world.
Axes and Ales Brewery Tour in the Capital
Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks
Axes and Ales Brewery Tour in the Capital
Work up an appetite with the urban sport of axe throwing and a brewery tour in Canberra. If you’re looking for unique things to do
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