An exhibition of war rugs at ANU’s Drill Hall Gallery shows how 40 years of conflict have left their marks on Afghanistan's art and citizens.
A new street art festival to be held in Canberra in November will see blank surfaces throughout the city transformed into works of art.
Know My Name, the National Gallery of Australia's (NGA) gender-equality initiative, will continue with three new women-led exhibitions, the first of which opens mid-June.
Canberra Weekly can exclusively reveal plans to relocate the iconic Belco Owl from Belconnen to outside the Legislative Assembly.
Over one year ago, the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the world, forcing people to stay home and use their creativity to have some fun. For Chapman resident Upali Kariyawasam, creativity has always been a...
Four prominent Australian artists – Aretha Brown, Claire Martin, Kaff-eine and Jane Gillings - will gather in Canberra this Sunday, to discuss their art, activism and ideas, marking the closing weekend of Kambri’s HERE I AM festival.
Despite rain forecast, don’t let the weather get in the way of enjoying the host of things to do across Canberra this weekend, 19-21 March.
The National Library's new exhibition, A Nation Imagined: The Artists of the Picturesque Atlas, shows Australia presented 135 years ago.
Today the final brushstrokes dried on a mural inspired by Olympic BMX rider Caroline Buchanan’s homegrown talent and tenacity.