The ANU Design Unit was first established in 1954 to design and manufacture furniture for a steadily growing Australian National University
Described as electrifying, vital and avant-garde, Marian Hall Best was the most flamboyant Australian interior designer of the 1950s through to the 1970s
Alongside his practice as an artist and art-historian, Nigel Lendon has been an inveterate and purposeful collector of, amongst other things over 200 plastic cameras
This exhibition is inspired by the Empress Joséphine, Napoléon Bonaparte’s first wife, and the extraordinary collection she amassed at the Château de Malmaison from 1800 to 1814.
Meredith Hinchliffe is one of CMAG’s longest standing donors. Through her annual financial gift, CMAG has been able to acquire significant works by designers, artists and craftspeople of the Canberra region.
Join CMAG and PhotoAccess for a hands-on workshop exploring how plastic revolutionised photography.
Interior Designer, Marion Hall Best was an enthusiastic supporter of emerging Australian artists, including a then up and coming Sidney Nolan.
Lucy Trench, Board Member of the Sidney Nolan Trust UK, will present an illustrated talk on Nolan’s life in the UK
Works on display from the Nolan Collection by eminent Australian artist, Sir Sidney Nolan.
Architect and designer Derek Wrigley in conversation with Roger Benjamin, Professor of Art History, University of Sydney
Spend two days in the 1960s and discover why grandad is always going on about his old camera!
Canberra has a special relationship with activism as it is not only the location of protest on local issues but…
Explore the many ways Canberrans show they care
Social history artefacts and visual art from CMAG's permanent collection tell stories about sport, business and community in our region.