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CALTHORPES’ everyTHiNG sTOPs FOr Tea sunday 10 May › 1.00 – 4.00pm sPeCial eveNT laNyON aNNiversary leCTure & My FavOuriTe THiNGs: PrOPaGaTiNG PlaNTs FrOM yOur GarDeN sunday 19 april › 10.30am – 12.30pm HOUSE A special Mother’s Day celebration—share family memories and melodies, join in a sing-a-long around the pianola and DiNNer WiTH TrisHa DiXON Graham Williams leads a relaxed outdoor workshop where saturday 14 March › 6.00pm LANYON then stop for tea when the clock strikes three. A self-serve you will learn how to reproduce your favourite garden plants. afternoon tea will be available for all visitors. Join Australia’s leading garden design photographer and Graham will discuss both vegetative and non-vegetative writer, Trisha Dixon, for an evening lecture followed by propagation, including collecting, preparing and storing Cost: Free for mothers and grandmothers, otherwise an exclusive opportunity to dine in the Lanyon garden. seeds and taking cuttings. Lanyon Homestead normal admission Trisha has written, co-authored, photographed and edited Built in 1927, this genuine survivor is a treasure house Cost: $20 (ACT M&G Members/Concession $15). many books including The Vision of Edna Walling and, of domestic history. Original furnishings, household Prepayment required to confirm your booking.* appliances and photos reflect the fashionable ideal FrOM BlaNDFOrDia TO reD Hill: Under the Spell of the Ages. Trisha’s lecture, The Wright Bookings and payment: 6235 5677, by Wed 15 April of style and taste in the middle class australian home aN arCHiTeCTural WalkiNG TOur lanyon lies at the foot of the Brindabellas and is Connection and the Art of Hilda Rix Nicholas, will sPeCial eveNT of the late 1920s. sunday 17 May › 2.00 – 4.00pm one of australia’s premier historic properties. explore the links between Lanyon and early owners, the Wright family, one of the most engaging families in MOTHer’s Day laNyON HarvesT MusiC FesTival John Armes, Assistant Director: Historic Places ACT, leads a The homestead dates from the 1850s and has sundays in March › 5.00 – 7.30pm 24 Mugga Way been beautifully restored and furnished. Australian history. Following the lecture, join Trisha in the sunday 10 May › 10.00am – 4.00pm walking tour around the streets of Red Hill. John will focus (Music commences at 5.30) red Hill aCT 2603 on the architectural history of the suburb and discuss how garden marquee for a delightful summer evening dinner. Wondering what to do on Mother’s Day? Bring Mum to Tel: 6235 5677 Lanyon for a tour through the homestead followed by a In 2009 we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the residents are blending heritage, modern living and a range Tharwa Drive Cost: $55 (ACT M&G Members $45), includes champagne picnic in the garden. Cunningham homestead at Lanyon. In recognition Opening Hours of particular architectural tastes and fashions. Wear your Tharwa aCT 2620 on arrival, lecture, dinner and wine. Prepayment required of this significant milestone, Lanyon Homestead walking shoes as we will cover a distance of approximately to confirm your booking.* Cost: Free for mothers and grandmothers, Saturday – Sunday › 1.00 – 4.00pm Tel: 6235 5677 will host the inaugural Lanyon Harvest Music 3 kilometres. Bookings and payment: 6235 5677, by Wed 11 March otherwise normal admission Tel: 6295 1945 Opening Hours Festival. This event will draw together a dynamic Group Bookings by arrangement at other times Cost: $10 (ACT M&G/Concession $7). Tuesday – Sunday › 10.00am – 4.00pm Limited Numbers range of local performing artists who will play on Prepayment is required to confirm your booking.* aGiNG GraCeFully: MaNaGiNG aN the homestead verandah as the sun sets over the JaMs aND Preserves Bookings and payment: 6235 5677, by Wed 13 May 2009—Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the OPeN HOuse FOr seNiOr CiTizeNs OlDer GarDeN Brindabellas, while the kids join in the activities in saturday 21 & sunday 22 February › 1.00 – 4.00pm Cunningham Homestead at lanyon sunday 14 June › 10.30am – 12.30pm the special Children’s Tent. Don’t forget to stock Friday 20 March › 10.00am – 4.00pm It’s harvest time in the garden. Join Jean Abbott to learn Graham Williams leads a program for those interested in older up on organic fruit and vegetables harvested fresh We invite senior citizens to enjoy a visit to Lanyon free some of the tricks to making the finest jams and gardens. He will draw on his experience at Lanyon to discuss from the Lanyon garden. Bring along a picnic, or preserves. Taste some of Jean’s specialities and learn eXHiBiTiONs of charge. Guided tours are available for booked groups. issues such as maintaining design integrity, replacement planting, purchase food and drink on site. In association with ACT Seniors Week. how to preserve your own fruit and vegetables. THe CONviCT years managing larger plants, garden ‘rooms’ and transitional spaces. Cost: Gold coin donation Cost: Free for senior citizens, otherwise normal admission Cost: Normal admission The Convict Years explores a world of 170 years ago when Cost: $20 (ACT M&G Members/Concession $15). Bookings: Not required, unless intending to dine at Bookings for groups: 6235 5677 Bookings: Not required property owner James Wright and his assigned convicts Prepayment is required to confirm your booking.* the Lanyon Café. Café reservations can be made lived and worked on the edge of European settlement. Bookings and payment: 6235 5677, by Wed 10 June on 6237 5268 Lanyon Stone Barn THe GreaT laNyON easTer eGG HuNT Enquiries: 6235 5677 OPeN HOuse FOr seNiOr CiTizeNs easter sunday 12 april › 9.30am sHarP! saturday 21 March › 1.00 – 4.00pm laNyON CaFé sunday 1 March A visit to Calthorpes’ House will take you back to WiTHiN liviNG MeMOry Join us for an Easter morning ramble through the The Lanyon Café, located in the historic barracks at Lanyon Voice students from the ANU School of Music Within Living Memor y is based on an oral history project, Lanyon garden. Search under trees and bushes, in Homestead offers traditional colonial cuisine and modern Canberra’s earliest years. Share your memories over a cup sunday 8 March which focused on the lives and memories of people who hedges and edges to find those elusive chocolate eggs. favourites. With views of the Murrumbidgee River, the Lanyon of tea, wander through the 1920s garden and join The Tuggeranong Valley Band lived and worked on Lanyon during the 20th century. The number of eggs is limited so bookings are essential. Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and coffee, and specialises in in a sing-along around the pianola. In association with Lanyon Machinery Shed Kindly sponsored by Darrell Lea. weddings, functions and conferences. sunday 15 March ACT Seniors Week. For: Families with children – special search area for Open: Tuesday to Saturday, 10am – 4pm, and Sunday and Monaro Folk Society Big Band and the Australian Cost: Free for senior citizens, otherwise normal admission Bush Dancers Display Group THe CuNNiNGHaM FaMily alBuM under sixes Public Holidays, 9am – 4pm. Dinner bookings for parties of 6 Bookings for groups: 6235 5677 An exhibition of historic photographs of Lanyon and the Cost: $10 per family and over available Thursday to Saturday. sunday 22 March Cunningham family, who lived and worked at Lanyon Prepayment required to confirm your booking.* Bookings: 6237 5268 Eric Ajaye and his band between 1849 and 1926. Bookings and payment: 6235 5677, by Tue 7 April Fax: 6237 5202 sunday 29 March Lanyon Homestead www.museumsandgalleries.act.gov.au/lanyon/cafe.html Annie and the Armadillos Calthorpes’ Garden Cultural Facilities Corporation MUGGA- afternoon tea in the Education Centre. In association with ACT Seniors Week. Cost: Free for senior citizens, otherwise normal admission ACT CulTural FaCiliTies MUGGA Bookings for groups: 6235 5677 MOTHer’s Day OPeN HOuse COrPOraTiON MuseuMs sunday 10 May › 1.30 – 4.30pm This Mother’s Day visit Mugga-Mugga cottage and + Galleries Canberra Museum and Gallery, Nolan Collection, lanyon, sCHOOl PrOGraMs Each of our sites offers school programs designed outbuildings and be reminded of the rural worker’s lifestyle. Join us for tea and cake in the Education Centre afterwards. EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS to encourage students to interact with and explore Mugga-Mugga historic cottage stands as a testament Cost: Free for mothers and grandmothers, otherwise Calthorpes’ House and Mugga- a range of experiences—from works of art and social to the lives of the families who worked on Duntroon, normal admission one of the great pastoral estates of the Canberra region. Mugga are managed by the history objects, to past ways of life, the environment, set on seventeen hectares of grazing land its centrepiece Australian history and local identity. Cultural Facilities Corporation. is a simple cottage built for the head shepherd of Duntroon in the 1830s. PuBliC PrOGraMs The Cultural Facilities Corporation visiT Our WeBsiTe MuGGa MuGGa COTTaGe is an ACT Government Agency. 8 Narrabundah lane › JANUARY JULY www.museumsandgalleries.act.gov.au aND surrOuNDs: symonston aCT 2609 sylvia Curley OraTiON veNue Hire Tel: 6235 5677 The Exhibitions and Events Guide is compiled by sunday 24 May › 2.00pm Our sites offer a number of elegant and unusual staff of ACT Museums and Galleries and Opening Hours Peter Andrews, grazier and author of the bestselling book function areas for hire for private ceremonies, coordinated by Marketing. Saturday – Sunday › 1.30 – 4.30pm Back from the Brink: How Australia’s Landscape Can Be photographic sessions, conferences, meetings, Tel: 6239 5607 Saved and the much awaited sequel, Beyond the Brink, For more information, please telephone 6207 2131. receptions, performances.† Group bookings by arrangement at other times will discuss the landscape history of Mugga-Mugga Cottage and surrounds. A farmer who is passionate about this country’s landscape health, Peter is forging the way in eNquiries aND BOOkiNGs eXHiBiTiONs restoring the “delicate balance between the land, its climate › Canberra Museum and Gallery 6207 2662 GeTTiNG iT TOGeTHer and inhabitants”. The oration will be followed by afternoon Permanent exhibition tea in the Mugga Education Centre. › Lanyon, Calthorpes’ House and Getting It Together includes early photographs, memorabilia Cost: Free Mugga-Mugga 6235 5677 and fascinating statistics relating to the complex issues RSVP: 6235 5677, by Wed 20 May so hotly debated at the time of Federation. †Hiring costs for community CANBERRA MUSEUM AND GALLERY Cost: Normal admission or not-for-profit organisations NOLAN COLECTION are GST free. 6245 couchcreative.com.au OPeN HOuse FOr seNiOr CiTizeNs LANYON sunday 22 March › 1.30 – 4.30pm MUGGA-MUGGA aDMissiON *Please Note: your fee will not be refunded if your booking Lanyon, Calthorpes’ House and Mugga-Mugga Join a guided tour that will introduce the late Miss CALTHORPES’ HOUSE Sylvia Curley OAM and her determination to tell the is cancelled within 48 hours of the program commencing. Adult: $7 Concession: $5 story of her family’s cottage and pioneer rural workers all programs and exhibitions are subject to change. www.museumsandgalleries.act.gov.au of the Limestone Plains. Tours on the hour, followed by Please call the site for further information. Family: $15 MeMBers’ vieWiNG† January › June 09 Civic Theatre 1937, CMAG Dawn Waterhouse OCeaN TO OuTBaCk: ausTraliaN Collection, photographer Hedley Cullen CANBERRA laNDsCaPe PaiNTiNG 1850 – 1950 RUSSELL DRYSDALE: Emus in a landscape 1950 CHilDreN’s aCTiviTy TaBle iNDiGeNOus WOMeN’s FilM FesTival: Thursday 19 February › 6.00 – 8.00pm & reaDiNG COrNer WOMeN OF THe suN MUSEUM Come and join Peter Haynes, Director, ACT M&G, for a tour Access our collection through undirected play activities of this exhibition which is part of the twenty-fifth anniversary In celebration of International Women’s Day CMAG and linked to exhibitions, and catch up on the latest children’s celebrations of the National Gallery of Australia. All the the ACT Office for Women present Women of the Sun. AND GALLERY titles in the reading corner paintings in the exhibition are from the National Collection This remarkable four-part drama series, made in 1981, tells For: Families with 4 to 8 year olds of art and some are on public display for the first time. the story of four Aboriginal women. The series had a Cost: Free tremendous impact, bringing the story of Aboriginal women Cost: $20, includes a catalogue and light refreshments. NB: Parental supervision required —in their own language—to a national audience for the first Prepayment required to confirm your booking.* Bookings and payment: 6207 3968, by Tues 17 February time. Winner of the United Nations Media Peace Prize and MeMBers’ lOuNGe Gallery 2/3 two Australian Writer’s Guild Awards this is a great chance to Canberra Museum and Gallery explores the region’s Become a Member today and enjoy our exclusive Members’ relive an amazing achievement in Australian film. In social history and visual arts with dynamic exhibitions Lounge, located on the first level of CMAG. Take time out association with Women’s Histor y Month. CMaG ON suNDay and unique community programs and events. during your visit to sit down and enjoy our complimentary FOruM Wednesday 11 March › 5.30 – 8.30pm Family event › 1.00 – 4.00pm tea & coffee in a relaxing atmosphere. a TrOuBleD laNDsCaPe: CliMaTe CHaNGe Join us on the first Sunday of every month for an Alinta: The Flame (Episode 1) + OCeaN TO OuTBaCk: ausTraliaN For: Members only aND ausTraliaN iDeNTiTy Maydina: The Shadow (Episode 2) afternoon of structured and free-range activities for Cnr london Circuit and Civic square children run throughout the afternoon. Bookings are Canberra City aCT 2608 laNDsCaPe PaiNTiNG 1850–1950 Cost: Free Wednesday 25 February › 4.30 – 7.30pm Wednesday 18 March › 5.30 – 8.30pm — a NaTiONal Gallery OF ausTralia strongly recommended. Tel: 6207 3968 In conjunction with the National Gallery of Australia’s travelling Nerida Anderson (Episode 3) + Lo-Arna (Episode 4) TravelliNG eXHiBiTiON exhibition Ocean to Outback: Australian Landscape Painting Workshops are led by local artist Hanna Hoyne. Opening Hours Wednesday 25 March › 5.30 – 8.30pm 13 February – 17 May 1850 – 1950. A thought provoking forum exploring Australians’ For: Families with 4 to 8 year olds summer (september – May) Women of the Sun: 25 Years Later Gallery 2/3 relationship with our landscape and how this is changing through Cost: Free Tuesday – Friday › 10.00am – 5.00pm suNDay FilMs Cost: Free, includes after-work refreshments Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the National Gallery of the effects of climate change. Participants include Mandy Martin, Bookings: 6207 3968 Saturday – Sunday › 12 noon – 5.00pm Big House Film Society presents monthly film screenings RSVP: 6207 3968, for catering purposes Australia this exhibition of treasured works from the National Artist; Libby Robin, author of How a Continent Created a Nation; CMAG Studio Winter (June – august) exclusively for Big House and ACT M&G Members. Cards and Peter Andrews, Grazier (as seen on ABC’s Australian Story). CMAG Theatrette Collection celebrates the rich history of landscape painting in sunday 1 February Tuesday – Friday › 10.00am – 5.00pm must be shown at the door and memberships to both Chaired by Peter Haynes, Director, ACT M&G. Australia. Ocean to Outback has been curated by NGA Workshop: Printmaking Saturday – Sunday › 12 noon – 4.00pm organisations can be purchased on the day. Director, Ron Radford AM. Cost: $15 ($12 ACT M&G/NGA Members), includes refreshments. Learn all about the process of making prints using the For: Members of Big House Films and ACT M&G Prepayment is required to confirm your booking.* CMAG studio printing press. Put this into practice and Cost: Free Bookings and payment: 6207 3968, by Sun 22 February CaNBerra MuseuM aND MaNDy MarTiN: PaiNTiNGs 1981–2008 RSVP: 6207 3968 CMAG Theatrette CMaG sTaFF COlleCTiONs FlOOrTalk become a printmaker by making your very own prints. Gallery COlleCTiON 30 May – 6 september CMAG Theatrette Thursday 14 May › 12.30 – 2.00pm sunday 1 March Ongoing Gallery 2/3 Workshop: Landscape Painting sunday 1 March › 1.00 – 5.00pm OCeaN TO OuTBaCk: FlOOrTalk series An intriguing insight into the personal collections Gallery 1 An exhibition of work by celebrated Australian artist Explore Australian Landscape paintings in the Ocean My Name is Julia Ross (1945) + No Man Of Her Own (1949) A series of floortalks focusing on particular works in the National gathered and cherished by the CMAG staff. Discover who An exhibition reflecting Canberra’s history and culture Mandy Martin whose painting examines the impact of to Outback exhibition, then move to the studio to One wife by accident, one by design. Gallery of Australia’s travelling exhibition, Ocean to Outback: collects vintage soft drink bottles, who is passionate about highlighting the diverse range of social history objects man on the Australian landscape and environment. discover what it is like to be a landscape painter. Australian Landscape Painting 1850–1950. Buddhist and Hindu art, who hunts for party tumblers and and visual art from the CMAG Permanent Collection. sunday 22 March › 1.00 – 5.00pm Cost: Free who can’t resist Papua New Guinean bilums. Join the sunday 5 april Orders To Kill (1958) + Murder by Contract (1958) CMaG sTaFF COlleCTiONs RSVP: 6207 3968 CMAG collectors as they discuss their treasured Workshop: Hats! Hats! Hats! aCTTaB COlleCTiON What if the killer has a conscience? possessions and the addictive world of collecting. 7 February – 31 May Gallery 2/3 Make like a milliner. Be inspired by the hat collection until 15 February Open Collection sunday 3 May › 1.00 – 5.00pm Cost: Free of Paul Webb in our CMAG Staff Collections exhibition, Thursday 26 February › 12.30 – 1.00pm Gallery 5 An exhibition highlighting the private collections of Crime Wave (1952) + Blood On The Moon (1948) RSVP: 6207 3968 and head to the studio to design and construct your Ron Radford, Director, National Gallery of Australia and Curator This exhibition focuses on the wide range of work CMAG staff members showcasing a diverse range Keeping your friends closer … Open Collection very own hat. of Ocean to Outback, discusses selected works from the exhibition. purchased with funds donated to CMAG by ACTTAB. of collecting interests. sunday 31 May › 1.00 – 5.00pm sunday 3 May Peter Haynes, Director, ACT M&G, examines interpretations of the Summerfield (1977) + The Innocents (1961) Monaro landscape, focussing on Elioth Gruner’s Murrumbidgee MeMBers’ PrevieW** Workshop: Installation iN THe CaN aN aCT OF surreNDer Ethereal mysteries – at home and abroad. Ranges, Canberra 1934 and Eric Thake’s Kosciusko and the Discover the remarkable contemporary art practice until 1 February 27 February – 14 June Murray Flats at Towong 1932. MaNDy MarTiN: PaiNTiNGs 1981–2008 of installation. Use materials from the CMAG studio in sunday 28 June › 1.00 – 4.00pm Thursday 28 May › 6.00 – 8.00pm Gallery 2/3 Gallery 5 Godfather II (1974) Thursday 26 March › 12.30 – 1.00pm ways you never have before to construct a collaborative Peter Haynes, Director, ACT M&G, and curator of the installation! An exhibition examining social life in Canberra through 2009 is the centenary of the Federal Capital Territory survey. Mark Van Veen, Assistant Director: Curatorial & Exhibitions, Second instalment of our 3 year trilogy commitment. exhibition leads a special preview tour of this survey the stories of four cinemas, Capitol Theatre, Civic Theatre, This year also marks twenty years of self-government in the ACT M&G, discusses Arthur Streeton’s artist’s camp via Sirius sunday 7 June exhibition of works from 1981 to 2008 by renowned artist, Center Cinema and Electric Shadows. Territory. The exhibition examines milestones in governance Cove 1895 and Sydney Harbour: A Souvenir c.1897. Workshop: Mixed Media Collage Mandy Martin. from the last one hundred years. Deborah Clark, Curator of Visual Arts, explores A Sunday For: Members and their guests Mix it up and get messy in the studio. Use paint and an THe DaWN WaTerHOuse COlleCTiON Afternoon c.1886 by Tom Roberts. Cost: Free, includes light refreshments assortment of materials to make a collage inspired by until 25 January siTe-sPeCiFiC series sPeCial eveNT Thursday 7 May › 12.30 – 1.00pm RSVP: 6207 3968, by Tues 26 May for catering purposes the paintings of local artist Mandy Martin. Gallery 4 7 February – 19 april / 2 May – 19 July MOONliGHT MaTiNee Peter Haynes, Director, ACT M&G, discusses Sidney’s Nolan’s Gallery 2/3 This exhibition samples the extraordinary collection of Gallery 4 sunday 8 February › 8.00 – 11.00pm Ku-ring-gai Chase 1948, Inland Australia 1950 and Burke at Canberra memorabilia purchased by CMAG in March 2008. Part of an ongoing series of site specific works of art by Cooper ’s Creek 1950. Join us for an outdoor film screening under the stars sOuND OF sOM Canberra artists responding to CMAG’s glass fronted gallery Deborah Clark, Curator of Visual Arts, explores Arthur Boyd’s in the CMAG courtyard. Big House Films and ACT Tuesday 31 March › 12.30 – 1.30pm on Civic Square. Boat Builders, Eden 1948. PlayiNG HOuse: DOlls’ HOuses M&G present: Tuesday 19 May › 12.30 – 1.30pm 1947–2007 Singin’ In The Rain (1952) + extras Students and staff from the ANU School of Music present DraWiNG WOrksHOP until 26 January DaviD kilBy’s reCOrD COvers Under the stars and behind the scenes of the Golden Age OCeaN TO OuTBaCk: a suNBurNT COuNTry a lunchtime recital of Chamber Music comprising differing saturday 7 February › 11.00am – 5.00pm Open Collection 13 June – 11 October School Holiday Program ensembles from the School. Sue Taylor leads a one-day workshop where students will of Hollywood! This exhibition of dolls’ houses and miniatures continues Open Collection Thursday 16 april › 10.00am – 12.30pm (6 to 8 years) Cost: Gold coin donation develop technical and observational skills needed to draw Complimentary light refreshments will be served from CMAG’s Cabinets of Curiosities series showing private A fascinating collection of LP record covers from the extensive Explore the sweeping plains, ragged mountains and far horizons of RSVP: 6207 3968 the human figure. The workshop will begin by focusing on 8.00pm. collections in Canberra. It includes fully furnished Lundby record collection belonging to Canberra personality and long the Australian landscape, past, present, and future. What will our Gallery 1 life drawing, followed by figure drawing (concentrating time presenter on ABC Radio 666 Canberra David Kilby. For: Members and their guests landscape look like in 100 years? Create your own future landscape on portraiture). Houses from 1947, 1965 and 2007. Cost: Free using a variety of 2D and 3D materials. For: Adults (suitable for all levels) RSVP: Essential on 6207 3968, by Wed 28 January arTFOruM leCTure: MaNDy MarTiN Cost: $80 (ACT M&G Members $70). Prepayment required Cost: $15 (ACT M&G Members $12). Prepayment is required to CMAG Courtyard Wednesday 3 June › 1.00 – 2.00pm confirm your booking.* to confirm your booking.* Peter Haynes, Director, ACT M&G and curator of the Cost includes all materials and afternoon tea. Bookings and payment: 6207 3968, by Tues 14 April exhibition, discusses Mandy Martin: Paintings 1981–2008. Please BYO lunch. CMAG Studio In association with ANU School of Art. Bookings and payment: 6207 3968, by Tues 3 February Cost: Free CMAG Studio CMAG Theatrette Sidney Nolan: KELLY AND HORSE 1946 luNCHTiMe laNDsCaPes: eXHiBiTiONs PuBliC PrOGraMs lOver COver: DaviD kilBy’s laNDsCaPe PaiNTiNG FOr The Foundation Collection reCOrD COvers aBsOluTe BeGiNNers selected works › Ongoing Wednesday 24 June › 12.30 – 1.30pm Wednesdays 18, 25 February & 4, 11 March › 12.30 – 1.30pm are We THere yeT..? You may not have thought about it much before but A changing selection of works from the Foundation Collection, Become a landscape painter in four lunchtimes! Explore sCHOOl HOliDay PrOGraM record covers are a social document. Join David Kilby, NOLAN by renowned Australian artist Sir Sidney Nolan is currently colour theory, create sketches, and experiment with acrylic Thursday 23 april › 10.00am – 12.30pm (5 to 7 years) ABC radio presenter and avid record collector, as he takes on display in Gallery 1 at Canberra Museum and Gallery. paints with Educator Amelia Zaraftis using the Ocean to Travel into the desert with Burke and Wills and explore the red an amusing but affectionate look at his collection and Outback exhibition as inspiration. At the end of the program centre using Sidney Nolan’s paintings. Create your own desert COLLECTION discusses the changing styles of record covers since you will have an original artwork for your home or office. landscape using paint, sand and collage. the 1930s. For: Adult beginners For: Children aged 5 to 7 years Cost: Free Cost: $55 (ACT M&G Members $50) for four week workshop. Cost: $15 (ACT M&G Members $12), includes all materials. RSVP: 6207 3968 (limited seating) selected works by sidney Nolan from the Prepayment required to confirm your booking.* Nolan Collection will be displayed at CMaG Prepayment is required to confirm your booking.* Open Collection All materials provided until further notice. Bookings and payment: 6207 3968, by Tues 21 April Bookings and payment: 6207 3968, by Wed 11 February CMAG Studio CMAG Studio Sidney Nolan: BURKE & WILLS EXPEDITION 1948 ** Please note: Members’ events are for Members and their guests.
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