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WIN! A DG Designs digital print

Enter to win an A3 framed print of a DG Design’s digital print of your choosing! Valued at $299.

Things to do in Canberra this weekend, 9-11 April

With another Canberra autumn weekend nearly upon us, there’s a rich array of things to do across town from Friday 9 April, to Sunday 11 April.

‘Belco Owl’ to be relocated outside Legislative Assembly

Canberra Weekly can exclusively reveal plans to relocate the iconic Belco Owl from Belconnen to outside the Legislative Assembly.

From the kitchen to the garden: Upali Kariyawasam’s creative journey

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...

‘How do we keep going?’: Art Activism by Great Women Conference

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.

Things to do in Canberra this weekend, 19-21 March

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.

NLA exhibition a ‘settler-colonial view’ of 19th century Australia

The National Library's new exhibition, A Nation Imagined: The Artists of the Picturesque Atlas, shows Australia presented 135 years ago.

Civic street art celebrates Olympic BMX rider Caroline Buchanan

Today the final brushstrokes dried on a mural inspired by Olympic BMX rider Caroline Buchanan’s homegrown talent and tenacity.

Emerging artist illustrates connection to nature at Craft ACT exhibition

An earthy, palpable portrayal of Australian wildlife in response to last summer’s bushfires is one of 79 works being shown as part of Craft ACT’s Emerging Contemporaries exhibition.

Capital Brewing’s latest beer is inspired by love

Created in conjunction with the National Portrait Gallery (NPG), Capital Brewing Co.’s new ale is designed to reflect the “sometimes sweet, sometimes sour nature of romantic love”.

Know My Name showcases the often forgotten art of Australian women

A celebration and showcase of Australia’s female artists from 1900 to present, the first instalment of the National Gallery of Australia’s new flagship exhibition Know My Name features more than 350 works...

Krystal Hurst a NATSIAA finalist again

Canberra-based Indigenous artist and jewellery maker, Krystal Hurst, has once again been named a finalist for NATSIAA, after being first nominated in 2019.
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