Housing a permanent collection, Reflecting Canberra, and a variety of local, national and international exhibitions, CMAG provides a refreshing insight to the integration of social history and the visual arts.
3 February – 13 April 2008
Paintings, prints and drawings from CMAG’s Collection feature in this exhibition celebrating the expansive artistic practice that exists in Canberra.
Closed 27 January
Featuring the works of Canberra based sculptors such as David Jensz, Ante Dabro, Jan Brown and Neil Roberts, this exhibition shows the technical expertise and wide ranging conceptual concerns that informs the sculptural works in the CMAG Collection.
February 1 March – 25 May 2008
Open Collection Gallery
An exhibition to enthral land lovers and seafarers of all ages. The Canberra Model Shipwrights Society celebrates its 20th anniversary by highlighting the extraordinary workmanship, research and dedication that goes into creating historically accurate scale model ships and boats.
26 January – 8 June 2008
This exhibition examines Stephen Procter’s work from the 1970s to 2001. Encompassing Procter’s work in glass and his substantial graphic and painted oeuvre, the exhibition explores the artist’s journey through his immediate environment and the relationship of the individual to that landscape.
28 January to 19 June
Cryonic quintet 1994 is a marvellous example of Neil Roberts’s assemblage art. Five elegant and eccentric towers of clear glass, constructed from commercially produced and junk shop-sourced dishes and vessels, sit atop five painted white stools, the whole on a platform resting on seven upturned pub glasses
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