[ 20 September, 2013 to 10 October, 2013. ]
The National Archives will be hosting the top 33 entries from the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize from the 20th of September. The competition explores science through art, and the National Archives is fortunate to be the only space outside of Adelaide to get the chance to host the works.
‘We’re delighted to partner with the [...]
[ 19 September, 2013 to 23 September, 2013. ]
WEEKEND WEEKEND WEEKEND!
I am excited for the weekend, as should you be.
There is a bunch of radness happening this weekend, and I demand that you take full advantage of it.
As always leave your own suggestions in the comments below, because that’s the whole “DIY” side of things.
[ 17 September, 2013; 1:00 pm; 21 September, 2013 to 22 September, 2013. ] Models are cool.
The Canberra Model Shipwrights Society are putting on their annual expo this weekend at the Belconnen Arts Centre,
You can go, if you like.
Marking Canberra’s Centenary and the Canberra Model Shipwrights Society’s quarter-century, the expo will include up to 150 museum-quality period ships and warships, as well as radio-controlled vessels on Lake Ginninderra. The [...]
[ 21 September, 2013 to 22 September, 2013. ]
Hackett is turning 50, and it’s inviting you to its birthday party.
It’s not called the “Hackett Half Centenary” for reasons unknown.
Hackett’s 50th birthday bash will be held over the weekend 21 – 22 September 2013 to commemorate 50 years since the suburb was officially established.
The celebrations will be officially launched at 12 noon on the [...]
[ 21 September, 2013 to 13 October, 2013. ] Andrew Barr just launched Windows to the World, a Centenary program in which visitors will be permitted to go explore Canberra’s embassies and high commissions.
Over four spring weekends from September 21-22, 33 missions will showcase their nation and culture to visitors.
This unique event could only happen in Canberra, where missions form part of the suburban [...]
[ 20 September, 2013 to 22 September, 2013. ]
An Opera set during the 2003 bush fires is kicking off its season on the 20th of September at the Street Theatre.
In January 2003 when the fires raged and the seemingly impossible happened in Canberra, our city and the people in it changed. From a Black Sky is a gripping chamber opera set in the [...]
[ 11 September, 2013 to 25 September, 2013. ] Those fine fellows at the Front have let us know what’s coming up with their gig guide.
11th September 2013: Wattleseed Pavlova (Comedy)
“Whether it be collecting Pez, gardening or relationship advice, we’ve got it covered with the ‘best’ of Australian radio.”
This show is an 8 episode digest of the “best” of Australian radio.
EPISODES 4 [...]
[ 1 September, 2013 to 30 September, 2013. ]
This just in:
Monday 2nd September 8pm
CMC Presents The Bootleg Sessions
Beth n Ben
Buck Et Al
Tuesday 3rd 7:30pm
Andrew and Shannon’s Pub Trivia
Thursday 5th 9pm
Positive Feedback Loop
Kid You Not
Saturday 7th 9:30pm
The Dunhill Blues
The King Hits
Monday 9th 8pm
2XX LocalnLive Presents The Bootleg Sessions
Tuesday 10th 7:30pm
Arc Cinema Presents
Shakespeare and his Publicist Trivia
Thursday 12th 9pm
Sun God Replica
[ 3 September, 2013 to 24 September, 2013. ]
Canberrans will have the opportunity to create their own bonsai plants this September as the National Arboretum hosts the National Bonsai and Penjing Collection of Australia.
Mr Miyagi created his own bonsais, and I’ve never found a situation where asking myself “What would Mr Miyagi do” didn’t lead me to the right course of action.
So I [...]
[ 16 August, 2013 to 28 September, 2013. ]
Erica Seccombe is using the ANU’s 3D Microcomputed X-ray Tomography (XCT) unit to get some stunning and otherworldly images of everyone’s favorite backyard crustacean, the slater.
Erica’s work will be shown at her exhibition Science Fiction, opening this week at Canberra Contempory Arts Space.
The image data from the XCT was run through a computer program developed [...]
[ 20 July, 2013 to 27 January, 2014. ]
Roy Lichtenstein is seriously cool. And so are The Pixies. So I’m writing this review listening to The Pixies and I recommend you read it doing likewise.
If your life is so sad and pathetic as to have none of The Pixies music in it, then here; I’ve got some for you:
There you go, you owe [...]
[ 13 July, 2013 to 3 November, 2013. ] A new exhibit at CMAG is throwing everything we know about how museums work out the window and is planning to show us artefacts from the future.
I suspect they may be fake.
The new exhibit will be open from the 13th of July to the 3rd November and you should absolutely go for a great many [...]
[ 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 [...]