[ 6 April 2013 to 7 April 2013. ]
This weekend sees the annual Canberra District Wine Harvest Festival on again. 26 local wineries are offering a variety of tasting adventures, entertainment (music & artwork), delicious food and the opportunity for a great day (or days) out in the country.
Its a great opportunity to meet some of the makers of the Canberra District’s [...]
[ 5 April 2013 to 7 April 2013. ] Because Canberra needs even more festivals!
FESTIVAL OF SHOWS - Impro ACT Showcase!
Impro ACT presents a short festival of improvised theatre from 5-7 April 2013 in the Galaxy Nightclub at Casino Canberra.
Over three great nights Impro ACT will showcase the freshest and most fantastic Canberra-devised one-act and completely improvised shows.
Each one-act show features the cream of the ACT’s [...]
[ 5 April 2013 to 7 April 2013. ]
The festival season has finally come to a close.
So is anything still on?
Leave us your suggestions in the comments.
[ 1 April 2013 to 30 April 2013. ] This just in:
Monday 1st 8pm
CMC Presents The Bootleg Sessions
The Burley Griffin
Magic Rob Universe
Tuesday 2nd 7:30pm
Andrew and Shannon’s Pub Trivia
Thursday 4th 9pm
Ten Volt Shock (Germany)
Saturday 6th 9:30pm
Monday 8th 8pm
2XX Local n Live Present The Bootleg Sessions
Kid of Harith
Tuesday 9th 7:30pm
Tye and Damien’s “The Moving Image” Trivia
Thursday 11th 9pm
Mark My [...]
[ 5 April 2013 to 19 April 2013. ]
Challenges – An exhibition by young photographers across Canberra in celebration of National Youth Week will be on display in Belconnen Community Centre from the 5th of April.
This exhibition showcases photos of young people illustrating challenges of everyday life, such as: dressing up your pet dog without getting bitten; eating a hamburger without making a [...]
[ 6 April 2013; ]
A day long French themed festival followed by an evening of dance? Not a bad way to spend a 6th of April I’d say.
The event, which will be officially opened by the Creative Director of the Centenary of Canberra, Robyn Archer, celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Alliance Francaise de Canberra and the 90th anniversary [...]
[ 22 March 2013 to 6 April 2013. ]
This in from BMA Bossman Allan Sko:
A very good day to you, my dear John.
I hope this missive finds you in excellent spirits.
The purpose of this email is to personally invite your good self to the BMA Magazine At Street Level Exhibition launch. We have a proud 21 year history of murdering trees and pedaling [...]
[ 14 March 2013 to 12 April 2013. ]
Martyo has been sending us amazing photographs for some time now.
He’s just sent in the exciting news he’s putting on an exhibition:
Martin left traditional film photography 20 years ago – moved out of photo-
journalism into computing and the internet and never looked back. Then, a year ago, he submerged himself in the digital [...]
[ 1 March 2013 to 8 September 2013. ]
In May 1912, the entrant 29 won the Federal Capital City Design Competition. This was of course Walter Burley Griffin, you’ve probably heard of him.
Design 29: Creating a Capital has collected a whole bunch of maps, paintings, and documents from the famous competition, including some pieces that have apparently not been displayed since the original [...]
[ 20 February 2013 to 31 October 2013. ]
This looks like a good use of a Sunday Morning:
As the saying goes, a year is a long time in politics!
Behind the Lines 2012 looks back on the highs and lows of the political year through the eyes of Australia’s best cartoonists. Their observations of the personalities, parties and political power-plays are insightful, amusing [...]
[ 8 February 2013 to 16 June 2013. ]
The National Gallery have announced a new exhibition:
Vanuatu is very different from other Pacific nations. Traditional practices better known as Kastom remain strong even after a century of dual colonial religious influences. Kastom: Art of Vanuatu presents for the first time the unique collection of arts from this area held by the National Gallery [...]
[ 1 November 2012 to 31 July 2013. ]
An intriguing exhibition up on the War Memorial website:
The small French village of Vignacourt was always behind the front lines. For much of the First World War it was a staging point, casualty clearing station and recreation area for troops of all nationalities moving up to and then back from the battlefields on the [...]