This exhibition highlights fibre textile art from CMAG’s own collection, alongside works from textile artists from ACT and NSW.
After completing the first Ned Kelly series in mid-1947, Sidney Nolan’s ambition to address the landscape and mythologies of Australia in a new way significantly expanded beyond his more familiar terrain of northern Victoria
The whimsical concept behind the imaginary microcosm presented within the glass walls of CMAG on the Square is that these creatures have, over time, evolved from discarded musical instruments
Threads of Policing is a rare opportunity to explore the varied work of the Australian Federal Police as reflected by stories of its members
Celebrating the artistic friendship of Melbourne artists Ethel Spowers and Eveline Syme, Spowers & Syme presents the changing face of interwar Australia through the perspective of two remarkable women artists
Mixed media installation ‘hand/made/held/ground’ (2019) metaphysically maps Croft’s patrilineal relationship to Country, reimagining customary objects jimpila (spearhead) and kurrwa (stone axe) originally created on Gurindji homelands.
Mandy Martin From Queanbeyan to New York charts the shifts in Martin’s practice between1978 to 1984, from the sensitive gouaches of her near neighbours and friends, to the expressive drama of the paintings that speak to her deep concern for the environment.
Ruth Lane-Poole’s articles on interior decoration in popular magazines in the mid-1920s introduced many homemakers to her ideas on good taste and practical design.
Natalie Rosin trained as an architect and following graduation began work in her profession while initiating an ambitious ceramics practice…
Proudly sponsored by Capitol Chilled Foods, this exhibition celebrates 50 years since the ACT Milk Authority was established
Over 1982 and 1983 Sidney Nolan grew increasingly interested in the possibilities of working with spray paint on a large…
Examining imagery alluding to the built environment, HABITAT: Ways of living features works by artists from Canberra and around Australia
Through reference to the theme of temporality in both local systems and global phenomena - from the Canberra light rail…
Julie and Andrew Carter share an affinity for Australiana ceramics, yet as a husband and wife duo they have amassed vastly different collections
Australians love grass; kicking a footy, running under a sprinkler, having a barbeque in the backyard and spending time in the garden
In any city there are certain signs and places you walk past all the time—the milk bar, a record store…
r.a.m.p. (risk assessment management plan) is presented as a site-specific installation in the Ramp Showcase by emerging artist Tom Campbell