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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.





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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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12 noon to 5pm Monday 1 September 2014

We hope you can join us for a half day forum that tackles the big issues for the future of arts leadership in our region, and the nation.

Cost: $100
$75 Independent arts practitioners
& concession card holders

Canberra Theatre Centre &
Canberra Museum and Gallery

How to book: Eventbrite

www.eventbrite.com.au/e/arts-leadership-forum-tickets-12378276759

or phone 6207 3968.
Bookings close 27 August 2014.

Presented jointly by The Childers Group
and the Cultural Facilities Corporation

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Click for presenter Biographies


 

A Bird in the Hand!
Bob Graham:
A Retrospective

Sat 17 May – Sun 24 August
Gallery 5

Bob Graham is one of Australia’s most eminent authors. His picture books, loved by generations of families, have won national and international awards throughout his 30-year career.
This exhibition explores and celebrates his creative practice.

A unique opportunity to see precious
sketch books, manuscripts, memorabilia,
and illustrations from books including Greetings from Sandy Beach; Max; Let’s Get a Pup; and How to Heal a Broken Wing. These works and objects have been carefully selected from the artist’s studio and from the Lu Rees Archives, University of Canberra, a treasure trove of Australian children’s literature.

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