ARIA award winner Trish Delaney Brown and her quintet perform at Tuggeranong Arts Centre
Hot off the heels of “In His Words: Voices of Fatherhood”, Liam Budget joins us at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre on Friday 28 July for the July lakeside at 5 event.
This solo piano recital showcases the heroic masterworks of this much-loved instrument
This exhibition of ceramics celebrates the beauty and diversity of the trees that define our landscape.
This exhibition includes prints by many Canberra and Australian Artists.
In this series of recent paintings and mono prints, Jeremy Barrett continues a lifelong investigation of abstraction.
Monthly life drawing class on the third Friday of the month from 6-8pm.
A weekly Saturdays art class in Woden, where adults get to experience the Art of Play
Sing with Toby is a community choir for adults led by Tobias Cole.
A free weekly art workshop at Woden Library, for multicultural women living in South Canberra.
Artists across all art forms are eligible to apply to support their creative endeavours.
The Canberra Comedy Festival will be back again at Tuggeranong Arts Centre with two back-to-back shows.
CSO Down South continues with a stunning program of chamber concerts performed by members of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
The Ukulele Man is the story of the Northern English wartime entertainer and ukulele legend George Formby.
Welcome to TAC’s program for 2024! We are excited to bring you a variety of arts experiences – art, dance, music, theatre, and everything in between.
I Want it That Gay is a cabaret-comedy that sheds light and humour on the challenges of growing up with starkly heteronormative music, popstars and paradigms.
Students will be shown the creative process of songwriting, from the initial idea to a fully written, cohesive song.
Art & Action is a one-day school holiday program of art, dance, music and drama.
Sitting Standing Turning presents an eclectic range of work from the breadth of Robbie Karmel’s practice.
Exploring philosophical concepts such as impermanence and transience.
Louis Grand uses glass as a main material to speak of a queer identity, notions of fluidity, instability, care and fragility.
A decadent story of love bombs going awry in an outragous sixty minute “adults only’’ sci-fi cabaret burlesque.
This workshop is an opportunity for you to tune in to your creative side, to achieve a sense of wellbeing and gather tips and inspiration for your future arts practice.
Demystify abstract painting, and journey through art history, developing practical skills in painting and drawing along the way.
During Autumn, turn your attention to the seasonal show of colour in a continuation of her botanical drawing and illustration course.
Fresh Funk 55+ is a modern movement dance class for seniors
These works are a vehicle for self-expression enabling an exploration of culture and connection to country.
The artists have have created experimental mixed media artworks highlighting changes to urban and natural spaces in Tuggeranong.
A story that embodies the impact of colonisation in southeast Australia, in particular regional NSW.
Yunggabilli is a First Nations open mic for emerging musicians, and an opportunity to perform in a safe and nurturing environment.