Exhibition
Canberra/Kamberri, Place & People

Discover the story of Canberra – the people, places and history that make up this city and region.

Stephen Harrison: The Sphinx Bureau
Exhibition
27 January—26 May
Stephen Harrison: The Sphinx Bureau

The sphinx bureau is an installation based on the Stephen Harrison's studio and 40 years of art practice.

Jan Brown: A life with art
Exhibition
Jan Brown: A life with art

In the CMAG foyer display, a selection of sculptures from the CMAG collection reflect Jan Brown's journey as a maker of artworks

Change: Stories from your pocket
Exhibition
19 February—31 July
Change: Stories from your pocket

From technical innovation to celebration and commemoration, this special temporary exhibition curated by the Royal Australian Mint explores how the…

Duntroon Estate: Work with all your might
Exhibition
2 March—14 July
Duntroon Estate: Work with all your might

This exhibition brings together never-before-seen objects and images from the house, families, woolshed and dairy that made up this extensive early estate.

Materiality…but not as we know it
Exhibition
2 March—20 October
Materiality…but not as we know it

What does the adage ‘truth to materials’ mean today? When does a sculpture become a functional design object?

Backyard Archaeology
Exhibition
16 March—1 September
Backyard Archaeology

Backyard Archaeology tells the story of thousands of small objects that Steve Brown collected from around an ordinary suburban house and garden.

Riverbend
Exhibition
13 April—28 July
Riverbend

View Sydney Nolan's monumental nine panel work Riverbend

FLOOR TALK: Backyard Archaeology
Event
20 April—31 August
FLOOR TALK: Backyard Archaeology

Ever wondered what you might find if you had an archaeological dig in your backyard?

Exhibition
The Nolan Collection

The Nolan Collection is an iconic group of paintings from 1945 to 1953 by Sidney Nolan that the artist gifted to the nation in 1974

SYMPOSIUM: Backyard Archaeology
Event
25 May
SYMPOSIUM: Backyard Archaeology

The Symposium will appeal to people interested in family history research and creating place history narratives.

ARTIST'S TALK: Materiality - Reconciliation Week (Paul House)
Event
29 May
ARTIST'S TALK: Materiality - Reconciliation Week (Paul House)

Join Paul House as he tells stories of the beautiful cultural objects he has created using glass rather than traditional materials

CURATOR TALK: Riverbend
Event
14 June
CURATOR TALK: Riverbend

Join Virginia Rigney, Senior Curator, CMAG, Tony Oates (Interim Director Drill Hall Gallery) and Oscar Capezio (Curator ANU Art Collection), for a conversation

Shades of Shadows
Exhibition
15 June—17 November
Shades of Shadows

In Shades of Shadows, contemporary glass artist Hannah Gason continues her exploration of light and its ability to both articulate and create an illusion of space.

Exhibition
Young Nolan Project

The Young Nolan Project is a new initiative where an individual school is invited to work on an extended program and present their resulting art to the public