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Jeffrey Smart tourism opportunities
The National Gallery’s major exhibition, Jeffrey Smart, showcases the acclaimed Australian artist with more than 100 of his works. Open until 15 May 2022, this exhibition is one of the most comprehensive surveys of Smart’s…
Canberra plays host to Matisse & Picasso this summer
Discover a tale of rivals, radicals and rogues this summer in Canberra.
Ancient Greeks exhibition coming to the National Museum of Australia
A major exhibition Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes from the British Museum featuring iconic objects that have never toured the Southern Hemisphere, is coming to the National Museum of Australia in Canberra in December 2020, as…
Behind the Lines: The year’s best political cartoons 2019 opens
The Museum of Australian Democracy (MoAD) new Behind the Lines exhibition takes a look at the year that was in Australian politics.
NGA reveals its 2020 exhibition program
The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) last week announced its 2020 exhibition program revealing a diverse mix of art from a companion for the Skywhale hot air balloon in Skywhalepappa to Van Gogh’s Sunflowers 1888.
The National Portrait Gallery reopens in September
The National Portrait Gallery reopens to the public on Saturday 14 September.
Monet Impression Sunrise tickets now on sale
Wholesale and consumer tickets for the National Gallery of Australia’s Monet Impression Sunrise are now on sale.
National Wine Tourism Conference Seller Expression of Interest
The Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) is seeking Expression of Interest from local wine industry businesses to attend the Beyond the Barrel National Wine Tourism Conference 2019.
Love & Desire opens at the NGA
Approved industry operators can purchase wholesale tickets through Ticketek to the National Gallery of Australia’s summer blockbuster exhibition opening this Friday.
NGA’s Indigenous art exhibition to show in Singapore and China
The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) will take a touring exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art to Asia in 2020.