Canberra at Street Level is an exhibition of BMA Magazine’s 21 year history at the Gorman House Canberra Contemporary Art Space.
I was lured along by the promise of free grog, which there was in such abundance that I can make no complaint.
For anyone who was going out in Canberra in the 90′s it’s a fun little nostalgia romp with the big walls crammed full of imagery from yesteryear’s concerts.
A great deal of attention has gone into the local acts of years gone by which I particularly enjoyed.
The rise and rise of graphic design as the tools have become more accessible is particularly notable as you walk along memory lane here.
It’s free and well worth a look, running until April 6.
[Photo of BMA Bossman Courtesy of the Centenary of Canberra Team]
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