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Closing: 3 Mar 2024

Education & Training

Learning Facilitator (multiple positions)

Salary:

 Wage

Exhibitions

M16 Artspace

New Work

Solo exhibition from Blake and Mission to Seafarers prize finalist, Martin Paull. Bushfires, and haunting urban scenes inviting contemplation through…

Exhibitions

M16 Artspace

Absurd Frontier

Nathan Hughes delves into human folly and hydrocarbon hubris with wry humor in 'Absurd Frontier,' exploring loss, regeneration, and socio-ecological…

Exhibitions

M16 Artspace

CAPTCHA

A hypnotic audiovisual journey following an expressionless test subject as he seeks purpose in the mysterious facility he inhabits.

Exhibitions

M16 Artspace

Cold Collations

Susan Chancellor explores how playfully arranged groupings (collations) of abstract paintings and small ceramic sculptures can energise a space.

Festivals & Programs

National Library of Australia

Enlighten 2024 at the National Library

Bring your family and friends along for an evening at the National Library, in the heart of the Enlighten festival!

'Nicholas Burridge: Built Geologies' installation view at Canberra Glassworks. Photo: Brenton McGeachie. Exhibition in an industrial space with concrete floor and white walls. A metal structure is at the centre, shaped like a narrow staircase.
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Exhibition review: Nicholas Burridge: Built Geologies, Canberra Glassworks

Nicholas Burridge presents interventions in basalt and explores ancient formations alongside man-made architectural structures.

Vale. Max Carter. Aged man sitting with hands on knees and art behind him.
News

Vale Philanthropist Max Carter and Art Historian David Hansen

The year starts with the sad loss of a great arts philanthropist and a highly respected educator.

Info Sessions

National Library of Australia

Canberra Day Oration 2024: Dr Mat Trinca

Join us when Dr Mat Trinca AM FAHA will deliver the 2024 address, 'Representing Nation in the National Capital: The National…

Five dancers wearing sleeveless organe tops and loose grey pants move-animal-like across on the stage on all fours. Behind them in a black and white digital animation of stylised animals including a rhino, camels and a giraffe.
Sponsored

Dancing with wolves in the national capital

The work of one of the world’s greatest contemporary choreographers has never been seen in Canberra – until now.

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