[ 14 March 2012 to 11 April 2012. ]
“A captivating new generation of French filmmakers will showcase their productions in
the Nation’s Capital”(Phillipe Milloux, Alliance Française’s Chief Representative in Australia and Canberra’s
French Film Festival Director)
14 March – 1 April
Australia’s most successful touring film festival returns, with the NFSA’s Arc Cinema again co-hosting Canberra
screenings with the Greater Union Manuka cinemas, with [...]
[ 8 March 2012 to 25 March 2012. ]
This has come to me and sounds interesting:
The Real & Ideal is an exhibition conceived by two emerging Canberra curators, Katrina Osborne & Grace Carroll. Inspired by their shared desire to facilitate creativity and promote talent, a medium was chosen – photography and video art; a gallery was found – M16 Artspace; and the dream [...]
[ 29 February 2012 to 30 June 2012. ]
FOYER GALLERY, National Film and Sound Archive
McCoy Circuit, Acton
Blizzards, radio waves, penguins, gramophone records and fi lm makers, this exhibition celebrates 100 years of Australian Antarctic Expeditions and the anniversary of Sir Douglas Mawson’s 1911-1914 Australasian Antarctic Expedition.
[ 1 March 2012 to 20 March 2012. ]
Bucking broncos and daring cowboys are set to steal the show at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre this March.
Buck’d Off is local photographer Grace Costa’s first solo photography exhibition and showcases a collection of 16 adrenalin filled images taken at rodeos around Canberra, Queanbeyan, Yass and Bungendore.
From bucking broncos and charging bulls, Ms Costa’s carefully selected [...]
[ 2 March 2012 to 18 March 2012. ]
With the Multicultural Festival retreating as a happy blur in our memories Andrew Barr has launched the Canberra Festival which will run in the first half of March.
Today I launched the 2012 Canberra Festival, a diverse ’I7-day program featuring more than 50 events to celebrate our city’s birthday.
This year’s Festival will be the [...]
[ 17 March 2012 to 18 March 2012. ] Tharwa village celebrated 150 years of existence last weekend, and the community is set to celebrate in March – a luncheon on the historic (and beautifully restored) Tharwa bridge on Saturday March 17th, and a family Picnic Markets under the bridge and on the “Common” on Sunday 18th.
Entertainment, local artisans at work, quality produce [...]
[ 14 December 2011 to 29 March 2012. ]
The annual exhibit of political cartoons, Behind the Lines, opened yesterday at MAD.
This exhibition celebrates Australia’s wonderful tradition of political cartooning. Published in newspapers, journals and online, cartoons are part of the public record of a nation’s political life. Each cartoon is a snapshot of the major events and personalities of the last year. [...]
[ 26 November 2011 to 18 March 2012. ]
There’s very little on the National Library’s website about this yet but Andrew Barr has announced that he’s spending $200,000 promoting a pretty amazing sounding exhibition of handwritten manuscripts at the National Library:
The Handwritten: Ten Centuries of Manuscript – Treasures from Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin exhibition will feature manuscripts, letters, sketches and musical scores handwritten [...]
[ 9 December 2011 to 9 April 2012. ]
The National Gallery has unveiled its big summer series and it’s the works of the Accademia Carrara.
This unique exhibition offers audiences an unparalleled chance to see Early and High Renaissance paintings by some of the greatest European artists. Raphael, Botticelli, Bellini and Titian are represented among an amazing gamut of talent and creative splendour. More [...]
[ 8 July 2011 to 1 April 2012. ]
The National Gallery have announced their next exhibition “Out of the West”:
Out of the West is the first survey exhibition outside Western Australia to present a large sample of artists from the past to the present from Western Australia. It takes a unique look at the art from Western Australia from pre-settlement until today.
The works [...]