Take a tour of the Glasshouse – come back stage and see firsthand the technical equipment and areas of a performing arts venue.
What compels a maker to create? Why this technique or material? Why that concept? How does the mind of a maker work?
Free Gallery entry
For Country, for Nation highlights stories and explores themes of remembrance and tradition through family histories, objects, art, and photographs from across Australia.
Reality in Flames explores the different ways in which Australian modernist artists responded creatively to the war, producing work which sought to comprehend cataclysmic events.
Gallery entry free
Clay Intersections presents work of eight contemporary makers who take a range of innovative approaches to making and working with clay, exploring the different intersections of its sculptural and functional qualities.
Join guest speaker Dr Anthea Gunn - Senior Curator of Art, Australian War Memorial for a free and informative relaxed talk in the Gallery on the current exhibition Reality in Flames.
Bangarra is an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander organisation and one of Australia’s leading performing arts companies.
Bangarra is an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander organisation and one of Australia’s leading performing arts companies. This workshop is specifically for intermediate or experienced dance students.
After a triumphant national tour in 2017, a sell-out return season at Adelaide Festival, 7 Helpmann Awards wins and a successful regional tour in 2019, Bangarra return to regional Australia with Bennelong.
The Gallery is dedicated to showcasing Australian contemporary arts practice, creating opportunities for contemporary artists to connect with our regional audiences and vice versa.
A free opportunity to meet these artists, learn about their current practice and get insights about their current exhibitions.
Students will explore context, narrative and frame, using a variety of devices from hand held right through to our HD camera.
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