Tag: canberra arts
Next month’s Tallagandra Hill Rising Star Music Festival will feature three and a half hours of live music from five Canberra-based artists.
Having created art of Canberra’s Clem Cummings bus shelters over the last eight years, Trevor Dickinson has now written the book on them.
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...
An internationally acclaimed artwork by Canberra artist Mick Ashley of Leafy Sea Dragon Artwork will adorn the 2020 NRL premiership ring.
Belco Arts’ latest production, Mess, taps into social isolation and withdrawal by way of the Japanese culture-bound syndrome, hikikomori.
From Wednesday 16 September, the entirety of the Canberra Glassworks will reopen to the public for the first time since late March.
The Belconnen Arts Centre reopens 21 August with four new exhibitions, while the theatre’s first performance will take place 9-11 September.
A new permanent outdoor exhibition space at Kambri ANU has been brought to life with an exhibition of Australian photography titled Where I Stand.
Gundaroo vineyard Tallagandra Hill Winery have decided it was time to start celebrating local artists by establishing the We Love Local Festival.