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What’s on around Canberra this weekend, 20-22 October

With the sun and warmth returning for part of this weekend, 20-22 October CW plans to make the most of the weather whilst it is here and encourages you to do the same.

Matthew Trinca to step down as National Museum director

Director of the National Museum of Australia, Dr Matthew Trinca AM, has announced that this year will be his last with the institution.

Stephanie Bull appointed new director of MoAD

The Museum of Australian Democracy has appointed Stephanie Bull as its new director for the next five years.

What’s on around Canberra in July 2022

Just like that and we are already in July, the month of midyear Christmas festivities, school holidays and NAIDOC week. CW has compiled a list of activities and events to keep you warm, entertained, and happy all month long.

‘Upending Expectations’ explores the versatility of glass

The Canberra Glassworks’ highly anticipated group exhibition, Upending Expectations: Contemporary Glass, is now open.

‘Tremendous sense of occasion’ as MoAD reopens with Democracy DNA

The Museum of Australian Democracy (MoAD) today reopens four months after a fire at the doors of the building caused extensive damage.

What’s on in Canberra April 2022

See all the highlights of what’s on across Canberra throughout April 2022, with everything from exhibitions to live theatre, music and more.

Immersive Van Gogh experience opens in Canberra this month

The internationally acclaimed large-scale, immersive, multi-sensory Van Gogh Alive experience will open in Canberra later this week.

CMAG to help Green Machine celebrate 40th birthday

Upcoming CMAG exhibition 'Canberra Raiders: 40 Years in the Limelight' will look to engage with a broad cross-section of Raiders history.

National Museum’s new exhibition celebrates Yidaki

The National Museum’s new exhibition is a physical and aural exploration of the yidaki that breaks convention from a typical museum display.

Questacon’s ‘Australia in Space’ shoots for the stars

After countless hours behind the scenes preparing for lift off, Questacon has called all systems go on new exhibition, Australia in Space.