Showcasing CMAG’s permanent collection in
the Canberra Stories Gallery, along with five other gallery spaces, CMAG offers a variety of changing exhibitions providing a refreshing insight into the social history and the visual
arts of the Canberra region.
Big House Film Society presents monthly film screenings exclusively
for Big House and ACT M&G Members.
Cards must be shown at the door and memberships to both
organisations can be purchased on the day.
For: Members of Big House Films and ACT M&G
RSVP: email@example.com or 6207 3968
Sun 15 December, Shanghai Express (1932) + Fallen Angel (1945)
Sun 26 January, Lady In The Lake (1946) + Thunder Road (1958)
Sun 23 February, Raw Deal (1948) + Black Book (1949)
Big House Film Society
Join photographers featured in the exhibition as they discuss their works in the exhibition Lens love: the tender gaze of six Canberra region photographers in conversation with the Director and exhibition curator, Shane Breynard.
Lee Grant and Marzena Wasikowska
Wed 4 December: 1–2pm
Cathy Laudenbach and John Reid
Wed 12 February: 1–2pm
Denise Ferris and Martyn Jolly
Thu 27 February: 1–2pm
Wed 11 December: 1–2pm
Join David Hearder, Assistant Director Agency Accountability, Government Information Assurance and Policy from National Archives of Australia to learn more about the history and background to the granting of Armorial Bearings for the City of Canberra and the related Common seal of the Federal Capital Commission.
Wed 5 February: 1–2pm
Join Steven Holland as he discusses his Gallery 4 installation, being. The installation explores the presence of the Eastern Brown Snake in the Canberra region, conveying a sense of their quiet existence alongside humans in our busy world.
Fri 7 and Sat 8 February: 7.30–8pm and 8.30–9pm
Performed as part of the 2014 Multicultural Fringe Festival, Today I, tomorrow you is an interactive 30-minute theatre art installation that allows the audience to break down barriers and share themselves with the performers. Directed by Chenoeh Miller.
Wed 19 February: 1–2pm
Explore the process of migrating the entire Nolan Collection online with digital access innovators Michael Honey, Director Icelab design studio, and Mitchell Whitelaw, Associate Professor, Media Arts and Production, University of Canberra. The digital interface will be available on a touch screen in The Foundation Collection exhibition at CMAG and also available at www.cmag.com.au/nolan
A Centenary of Canberra project funded by the Australian Government.
Wed 26 February: 1–2pm
Join Mark Bayly, Assistant Director Curatorial and Exhibitions
as he discusses Nolan’s
Remembrance of my youth series.
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