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ACT Museums and Galleries incorporates the Canberra Museum and Gallery and the three
ACT Historic Places: Lanyon Homestead, Calthorpes’ House
and Mugga-Mugga.

We deliver diverse cultural
services to our community through exhibitions, public and education programs, and the collection, conservation and presentation
of visual arts and cultural heritage
of our region.

ACT Museums and Galleries is part
of the Cultural Facilities Corporation an ACT Government enterprise.





CMAG Fund for
Canberra Region Treasures


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of ACT Museums and Galleries or any individual site or exhibition please follow the link.

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ACT M&G MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

Join the ACT Museums and Galleries
Membership Program to enjoy wonderful
benefits across the sites.

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CHRISTMAS CAROLS AND PICNIC

Lanyon Homestead
Tharwa Drive Tharwa

Sat 13 December 2014: 5–9pm
(Carols commence at 7pm)

An evening of magical Christmas fun. Bring your own picnic to enjoy in the beautiful Lanyon gardens. Sing-a-long with the Sing Australia Choir and Tuggeranong Valley Band as the sun sets over the Brindabellas. The homestead is lit by candles and decorated for a nineteenth century Christmas. Enjoy Christmas ornament-making for children, a sausage sizzle, musical entertainment and carols on the lawns. Presented in association with Sing Australia Choir and the Tuggeranong Valley Band.

$10 per car, bookings are not required.

 

 

Pulse: Reflections
on the body

 

Until Sun 22 February 2015
Gallery 2/3

PULSE: Reflections on the body incorporates the work of twenty seven contemporary Australian artists, consisting of an exhibition, a performance program, and a series of
floor-talks and public conversations.


Pulse: Reflections on the body


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Image of red headed female eyes closed wearing a black jumper

Jude RAE, Interior # 178, Meg, 2004
CMAG Collection

 



 












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