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The NGA holds the national art collection of Australia including the largest display of Australian Indigenous art in the world
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 14
Let Paddy Nyunkuny Bedford transport you to his mother’s and father’s country, on Bedford Downs, where the land is a ruggedly beautiful region of the East Kimberley WA – in our ATSI galleries, Level 1, FREE – Work:
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 14
Shakespeare's character of Ophelia seems to have a lot in common with Pre-Raphaelite Elizabeth Siddall. Bianca Winataputri, NGA Assistant Curator explores how their fates are entwined on the NGA blog –
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 13
'I am following Nature without being able to grasp her. I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers'. Claude Monet was born 1840. Follow Monet's pursuit of nature into our International galleries, Level 2, FREE. Work:
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Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives Nov 12
in 1994 the groundbreaking exhibition 'Don't leave me this way: art in the age of AIDS' opened at the in Canberra. 📸 Peter Lyssiotis 'Billy says that a person's broken heart can sometimes smell of roses' cibachrome photo from 'The Harmed Circle' 1992
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 12
Frederick McCubbin contributed greatly to the art world, opening his home to artists and students, as well as expertly capturing the character of the Australian bush in oils. In our Australian galleries, Level 1, FREE – Image:
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John Paul Janke Nov 11
Hard act to follow... inspiring the Indigenous Leadership couse in Canberra.
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 11
'When I was quite young, as far back as I remember, I drew, but the gift is nothing without the will to make it worthwhile.' Auguste Rodin was born 1840 – Work: Auguste Rodin 'The burghers of Calais' c1885–86
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 11
DRAWSOME workshop with iPads 2pm Sunday 18 November. Explore the unique possibilities of digital drawing, inspired by works of art in the NGA's collection. iPads provided. Bookings –
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 10
Today, Remembrance Day, join us at 11am for a moment of silence as we remember those who have fought, served and died in the face of war. Lest we forget. Work: George Lambert '[cast of] Geelong Grammar School War Memorial' 2008
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 9
Hurry last days! 'American Masters 1940–1980' is open 10am – 5pm this weekend, Level 1, FREE – Image: City Hall Art Exhibition: Don't miss seeing ... Blue poles / Hurry last days! City Hall, Brisbane, 1974
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 8
We're celebrating 11 million visitors to our travelling exhibitions program which commenced in 1988. Our national collection has been included in 132 exhibitions across 1607 venues in every state and territory, as well as overseas – Image by
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 7
Milton Resnick's 'Pink fire' radiates and ripples across the gallery wall, engulfing you as you stand in front of it. 'American Masters 1940–1980' is now in its final days. FREE – Work:
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 6
Hear artist Sally Smart share how the multidisciplinary spirit of the Ballet Russes can live on through contemporary art in the 21st century in a free talk 12.45pm tomorrow, behind the scenes in NGA Play –
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Miriam Cosic Nov 6
Me on ‘American Masters’ at the : The best of US modernist and contemporary art - and it belongs to us.
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 5
The ever-present humble can of condensed Campbell's soup is now a Pop Art icon thanks to . In its final week on display in 'American Masters' until 11 November, FREE – Image:
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ArtsAccessAustralia Nov 5
Upcoming touch and descriptive tour of the Sculpture Garden at the National Gallery of Australia, Saturday 1 December at 2.30pm! Interested? Book your spot now. Call (02) 6240 6701 or email access@nga.gov.au or visit
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 5
FACEBOOK LIVE TONIGHT 6PM: Anthea Callen of 's Fake or Fortune? discusses art's value in our era of hyper-inflated price tags!
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 5
'Bourgeois has a magic way of connecting women through her work which is something that provides me with endless inspiration.' on Louise Bourgeois reaching through time to touch the feminists of today on the NGA blog –
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 4
Meet our Wesfarmers Indigenous Arts Leadership Program participants for 2018. They'll be spending the next ten days with us and the world's largest Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art collection – Supported by Indigenous Arts Partner
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NationalGalleryAus Nov 4
REVIEW 'Fresh, challenging and gorgeous' Sasha Grishin reviews 'California Cool' for . Read more –
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