Tag: Australian War Memorial
Australian architects have launched a social media campaign to save the Australian War Memorial’s award-winning exhibition space, Anzac Hall.
A national memorial to the wartime service and sacrifice of our First Nations people has received the Nicholas Murcutt Award for Small Project Architecture at the 2020 Australian Institute of Architects’ National Awards.
The Australian War Memorial’s controversial $498 million upgrades have hit the spotlight again this week, as representatives gave evidence to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works yesterday, Tuesday 14 July.
The Australian War Memorial has defended its controversial $500 million expansion, following a parliamentary submission from former employees and stakeholders pushing back against the build. Put to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public...
The Australian War Memorial has announced it won’t reopen its doors until 1 July, despite many other tourist attractions in the ACT jumping to open in time for the Reconciliation Day long...
Due to the unique nature of Anzac Day commemorations this year, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs is encouraging Australians to join together by individually commemorating with a personal reflection at 11.30am AEST – 4.30am in Gallipoli – a time that broadly represents the landings at Gallipoli at dawn on 25 April 1915.
In honour of Anzac Day, Canberra Weekly is re-publishing (online only) the cover story from our 23 April 2015 edition, which commemorated the centenary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli in the early hours of 25 April 1915.