[ 30 September 2011 to 2 October 2011. ]
Facebook brings word that the ANU Arts Revue is returning to grace the boards.
Through the twister of fate students from the ANU have found the time outside of their 14 hours of class a week to bring about the second ANU(al) Arts Revue! Unanimously voted as the best revue of all time by our parents, [...]
[ 16 September 2011 at 7:30 pm; ] As Pegasus Riding for the Disabled has been connected with Eastlake Sportsclub for a while, and with that now Kaleen Sportsclub as well, Pegasus will hold a fundraising Trivia Night at Kaleen.
Kaleen Sportsclub has a great venue and it has agreed for Pegasus to use this on the night.
It will be a great [...]
[ 10 September 2011; ] Join The Resonants Choir for some wonderful singing of folk and popular songs, as well as some new works by young Canberra composer, Louise Underwood.
The concert will be held at The Hall, University House, 18 Balmain Crescent, Australian National University.
Tickets are available from The Resonants website www.resonants.org.au, choir members, or at the door.
Drinks will be [...]
[ 9 October 2011 at 12:45 pm; ]
Paperchain bookstore brings word of an event sure to get foodies mouths watering.
Greg Malouf and the Ottoman chefs will be preparing a feast of dishes from Greg & Lucy Malouf’s new book “Malouf – New Middle Eastern Food” which is due for release in October.
Places are limited and booking is essential.
To book, choose [...]
[ 24 September 2011 at 12:30 pm; ]
Support clean energy?
Want to take part in a global day of action?
Then….circle Saturday September 24 on your calendar!
That’s the day we’re calling Shake Your ACT!
What: Speakers, live music, fun ride and giant human sign
When: 12:30 – 16:00 Saturday 24th September
Where: Start Garema Place; ride to Parliament
Shake Your ACT! [...]
[ 2 October 2011 at 9:00 am; ] Wee Jasper is a tiny village just an hour from Canberra via Weston Creek, or 45 minutes from Yass.
On Sunday 2 Oct from 9am to 3pm we turn one of our famous camping reserves into the WEE JASPER MARKETS!
It’s a great way to spend a spring day!
There’ll be trash & treasure, fresh produce, books, toys, gifts, stationery, woodwork, [...]
[ 2 September 2011 to 4 September 2011. ]
A huge weekend of spring awesomeness is upon us.
What’s worth seeing and doing around town in your opinion?
Just leave your thoughts in the comments.
[ 10 September 2011 at 7:30 pm; ] Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT (SHFPACT), a leading provider of integrated reproductive and sexual health services, is proud to be supporting the inaugural celebration of International Gynaecological Awareness Day (IGAD) in Canberra, by hosting a cocktail party and art exhibition.
“We understand the purpose of the day is to create greater public awareness of the [...]
[ 9 September 2011 at 11:30 am; ]
This has come over my desk and is worthy of your attention.
Ladies (and guys) – here is a great reason to dress up with a splash of red and adorn your favourite hat or head piece in support of the Heart Foundation’s Go Red for Women campaign.
In its 15th year, the annual Spring Racing Charity [...]
[ 29 September 2011 at 6:30 pm; ] The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies and the Embassy of the Republic of Ecuador presents the screening of:
“Prometeo Deportado (Deporting Prometeo)”
Thursday 29th September, 6.30pm
Manning Clark Theatre 3
The Australian National University
In a European airport, members of the EU pass through immigration freely, while the “others” wait in line. A group of Ecuadorians are specifically targeted, [...]
[ 3 September 2011 at 4:00 pm; ]
The Annual Art School Ball this year is being held on Saturday September the 3rd.
This year the Ball is themed ” Futures Past ” and will inspire the work of featured visual artists : Video and performance artist Riley Post, video artist Travis H Heinrich, Performance and video artist Danny Wild and sound and [...]
[ 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 [...]
[ 3 September 2011 at 11:30 am; ]
Facebook brings word that tweed will again ride forth on Saturday to strike fear into the hearts of bicycle hating publicans across the city. (And bring joy and riches to bicycle loving publicans).
Greetings fine folk! Canberra Tweed is very proud to present to you the Fourth Canberra Tweed Ride.
We shall be departing from Gorman [...]
[ 22 September 2011; ] Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS) Conference
Latin America and the Shifting Sands of Global Power
Thursday 22 September 2011
All Day Event
H.W. Arndt Lecture Theatre 1
Australian National University
Since the introduction of the Monroe Doctrine Latin America has been seen as the preserve of the United States, a region subject to whims of Washington, beholden to the [...]
[ 16 September 2011 to 1 October 2011. ]
They ended up in a show called RENT!
Well, not quite…actually they ended up in a show called Avenue Q, an adult (VERY adult) version of Sesame Street. You remember Sesame Street right? The children’s show that tells everyone that they are special and the world is a wonderful place…?
Well, on Avenue Q, our “hero” Princeton, [...]
[ 4 September 2011 at 7:30 pm; ]
This Sunday 4 September will see the wonderful Lucie Thorne joined by The Ellis Collective for the launch of her new album ‘Bonfires in Silver City’ at Corroboree Park Hall in Ainslie.
Fresh off another stretch of touring with performances dotting the globe, Lucie’s new offerings will find a happy home in the cosy [...]
[ 16 October 2011 at 10:00 am; ]
Canberra’s inaugural ‘Living Green Festival’ will focus on the relationship between climate change, the environment, and animals. The Festival will raise awareness about how the choices we make in our everyday lives can affect not only the environment, but also humans and other animals. The theme of the Festival is ‘a kinder shade of green’, [...]
[ 15 October 2011 at 6:00 pm; ]
The Corinbank team have sent through this exciting news for the Corin faithful.
The 2012 Corinbank line up will be announced at a free event held at the Australian National Botanic Gardens on the Eucalypt lawn on Saturday 15 October 2011. The event will showcase the natural beauty of the Botanic Gardens which are in full [...]
[ 14 September 2011 at 11:00 am; ] The National Library has the news that literary boat floater Jonathan Franzen will be speaking there.
Hear author of The Corrections Jonathan Franzen talk about his work in his exclusive Canberra appearance at the National Library on Wednesday 14 September.
Franzen’s most recent novel Freedom has been acclaimed as a modern masterpiece and has confirmed his [...]
[ 31 August 2011 at 6:00 pm; ] Is a carbon price in Australia’s interest?
Join us for an interactive community forum on the Government’s Clean Energy Future package.
With our expert panel:
– Dr. Richard Denniss – Executive Director – The Australia Institute
– Janette Lindesay – Associate Professor – ANU Climate Change Institute
– Heather Bruer – International Co-director – The Australian Youth [...]
[ 1 September 2011; ]
The Rural Fire Service are letting the world know they’re selling badges on 1 September to raise funds.
The Wattle Day Association are joining forces with the ACT Volunteer Brigades Association and there really aren’t many better causes.
[ 27 August 2011 at 2:00 pm; ] This Saturday at 2pm Arc cinema (National Film and Sound Archive) will screen a 1941 classic preceded by historic footage of the Light Horse Brigade of 1918, accompanied by live music. *
[ 26 August 2011 to 28 August 2011. ]
Here we are again Rioters.
The weekend is coming and without your suggestions for awesome things to see and do around Canberra all shall be bereft.
Just leave your suggestions in the comments.
[ 7 September 2011 at 8:00 pm; ]
On Wednesday 7 September, Comedy Club at the Civic will be featuring Jimmy James Eaton, a rising star in Australian standup comedy and improvisation. He’s performed extensively across Australia’s live comedy and theatre industry, the corporate and mining industries, as well as touring overseas to London and Edinburgh. He has also presented for and appeared [...]
[ 31 August 2011 to 10 September 2011. ]
Short + Sweet (the biggest little play festival in the world) is on again in 2011 at the Courtyard Studio, Canberra Theatre!
The festival comprises of 10 minute plays- directed by and starring Canberrans, and featuring both local, national and international writers.
The plays run over two weeks from Wednesday 31 August- Saturday 10 September, with week’s [...]
[ 10 September 2011 at 6:30 pm; ] “Food for Thought” is a fundraising dinner for a great cause – OzHarvest. It’s a “must attend” event on the social calendar with great entertainment and will auction some really great prizes, with the proceeds going to OzHarvest.
OzHarvest collects excess food and delivers it, free of charge, to organisations that feed disadvantaged men, women and [...]
[ 2 September 2011 at 9:00 am; ] Comedian and AFL guru Trevor Marmalade will be the headlining act at the ACTTAB Tony Campbell Memorial Cup alongside Sky Racing bigwigs Andrew Bensley and Alan Thomas at the Canberra Racing Club’s business lunch of the year on Friday 2 September, celebrating the life of local Canberran Tony Campbell who passed away in 2006 from [...]
[ 15 September 2011 to 18 September 2011. ]
Now this post on Facebook is seriously exciting:
David Finnigan has written 22 Short Plays. Rythmic. Provocative. Hilarious. Short. Witness as he effortlessly subverts the banal and everyday; combining philosophy, poetry and pop-culture into a devastating, hysterical night of entertainment.
Junkies turn into superheroes; an adult man goes undercover in a children’s playground, we stop at [...]
[ 25 August 2011 to 11 September 2011. ]
PhotoAccess is delighted to present Jocelyn Rosen’s ‘Night and Day’ in the HUW DAVIES GALLERY at the Manuka Arts Centre.
“Unlike the more formalist work seen in most HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions, Jocelyn Rosen’s images have the immediacy and strong sense of immersion in place and time that candid photography can achieve.
Are these images the [...]
[ 26 August 2011 to 11 September 2011. ]
This has come over my desk and looks interesting:
Susan Hey’s exhibition is an emotional response to the environs of the Coppins Crossing area of Canberra, which celebrates its forever changing states, its beauty and its spirituality. The exhibition, which is on at the CSIRO Discovery Centre, opens at 6 pm on Friday 26 August.
“Imminent Change [...]
[ 12 October 2011 at 7:00 am; ]
Well today we saw how many Canberrans can turn out on their bikes to support (or oppose) a cause at short notice. It would be great to see how many bikes and riders we can get out on Wednesday 12 October to support national Ride to Work Day.
Pedal Power will be hosting a free breakfast [...]
[ 25 August 2011 at 6:00 pm; ]
Facebook brings word of the National Campus Band Competition finale.
National Campus Band Comp (NCBC) ACT Finale
CIT Music Industry Center, Phillip.
Thursday 25th August from 6pm
The 2011 ACT NCBC winning band will receive $1,000 courtesy of Directions ACT, also $500 Courtesy of Australian Association of Campus Activities (AACA) www.aaca.net.au, as well as a slot at [...]