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An extraordinary showcase of 10 Australians’ LAST MEMORIES OF THEIR SIGHT – LAST SEEN opens in Brisbane next month
Fellows explore modern challenges in architecture, land management and garden design
NCA approves seaplane trial flights on Lake Burley Griffin
Four Australian Aboriginal spears taken by James Cook to be returned to traditional owners
National Museum of Australia’s collection transformed in evocative new photographic art exhibition
Museum of Australian Democracy Director Appointment
‘Celebrate Together’ at 2023 NSW Seniors Festival in February
What’s on: Summer 2023
Community Heritage Grant Success for Lithgow Library
Goddesses, demons, witches and spirits feature in groundbreaking exhibition exploring feminine power
Historic colonial billiard table acquired by National Museum of Australia
Experienced voices to safeguard our diverse national stories
Paddle boats and National Cultural Icons: new collaboration
Evocative new performance-art exhibition opens
National Museum of Australia unveils exciting new gallery redevelopments
Visitors flock to Canberra for mid-winter break
Leading artists explore regenerative farming in new exhibition
Museum statement on asbestos
History carved out on billiard table
Cultural exhibitions to shine throughout our regions
Cultural exhibitions to shine throughout our region
STORYBOX Canberra brings creative knowledge of national institutions to streets of City Centre
Museum statement 12 July
What’s on: Winter 2022
Cook’s Galley moved into new exhibition space
World-first immersive adventure into Indigenous art and culture
New exhibition marks culinary journey over 65,000 years
Botany Bay spears obtained in 1770 to be displayed in Sydney
Decoded: 75 years of Australian Signals Directorate
New signals intelligence agency opened
Australian-first police museum showcases investigative triumphs
Uncomfortable truths from town to nation
Museum to premiere world first multi-sensory Indigenous art experience
Museum acquires artwork by Rover Thomas
Ash Barty donates Wimbledon championship outfit to Museum
Little cars have huge appeal
Museums among Australia’s most trusted organisations
Australia Day 2022 in Capital
Ancient Greeks blockbuster opens
Chinese sculptures on display at National Museum in Canberra
Developing and touring arts exhibitions in regions
Vital funding for Australia’s National Collecting Institutions
NFSA welcomes significant funding boost to safeguard audiovisual collection
International digital project reveals convicts’ contribution to Australian democracy for next generation
Queen Elizabeth II: twilight years of record-breaking reign
Shine Dome lights up as ACT hits 95 per cent
National Museum welcomes new Council Chair
New Chair to Council of National Museum of Australia