A series of live performances and events where things will grow and change. Join the artists from the start, while the show is being installed.
In this exhibition, Karri looks to bring attention to the way in which we view public spaces through distinct, colourful geometric artworks.
FREE lunch time concert series, last Thursday of each month from 12:30pm-1:30pm at the Alby.
I Have Arrived at Yellow investigates yellow as the layered colour of anti-erasure within the contexts of both racial identity in Australia and cultural-political tensions in Hong Kong.
Make 腸粉 cheung fun. This delicious, cheap, vegan Hong Kong street food has become hard to recreate outside of Hong Kong because of differing translations of recipes and ingredients.
Sharing a community story through video and text, live percussion, flamenco guitar and Spanish poetry for everybody.
Program: Alexander Borodin – String Quartet No. 2 in D major;
Jessica Wells – World Premiere and
Dmitri Shostakovich – String Quartet No. 8
This weaving exhibition is an exploration of the rich symbolism on Ngunnawal, Ngambri country. In particular, the songlines that run through country like bloodlines, the large mountain ranges that watch over and the strong waterways that connect with other neighbouring mobs
This body of work explores Rechelle’s connection to Country shown through her experimentation with Indigenous-inspired Artisan paper cut up to make animal collages.
Country holds within its landscape the memory of the past, speaking to us in many forms – verbal, visual, physical and spiritual.
It’s a whole of community shindig, where local stars & world famous legends burn the floor with audiences on their feet! The creators of the World’s most Provocative Variety shows, and Australia’s longest touring avant-garde burlesque spectacle Caravan Burlesque, boogie back with their brand new whole of community shindig, Finucane & Smith’s Dance Hall!
A recital series by award winning string quartet Phoenix Collective. Classical music with a unique Australian edge.
Exploring one of the most colourful times in Australian history, the arrival of the Greeks! Igniting memories of a story that millions of Australians can relate to, Michaela Burger pays tribute to her Greek migrant family and hard-working, fun loving larrikin father Luke who defied all odds.
Graffiti has been part of Canberra’s landscape since the 1980s. What started with a few letters, inspired by TV and…
Part two of Taktok offers you the opportunity to identify weeds in your backyard. The series includes 5 short films by Sydney-based edible weeds advocate and wild food expert, Diego Bonetto.
Dark Euphoria: S.A.Adair and Meredith Hughes. Online Exhibition from Saturday 11 September.