First solo art exhibition by Paul Summerfield, our fellow ‘Gormanian’ (resident artist of the Gorman Arts Centre…) officially launched at 45 90 Framing & Gallery in Kingston. From the invitation:…

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August 05, 2017

The Noted Independent Publishing Fair, part of the Noted Writer’s Festival, is the largest event of its kind in Canberra. Held in beautiful surroundings of the Gorman Arts Centre, building…

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May 07, 2017

‘Sun-Down Get-Down’ garden party and the AGAC’s 2017 program launch in the last days of summer in the beautiful courtyards at Gorman Arts Centre Officially opened by the ACT Minister…

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March 30, 2017

2° investigates climate change, it’s effect on the present, and the struggle to avoid environmental disaster by limiting rising global temperature to two degrees. Other than life and death, climate…

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July 16, 2016

‘Eyes half closed, mind wide open. An exploration of what you see when you’re looking sideways’ CANBERRA OBSCURA is a celebration of the ACT’s weirdest sounds and strangest stories. Inspired…

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June 03, 2016

Gorman Arts Centre forecourts on Batman Street transformed by artists in the new temporary public art project, Out of Space. Featuring installations by Chris Dalzell and Ms Constance Spry’s Letter…

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April 10, 2016

Max Cullen – leading Australian actor, visual artist and all round Renaissance man – held an audience captive at Gorman Arts Centre,  as he recounted fascinating stories from his rich…

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July 24, 2014

Launched at the CCAS in the Gorman House Arts Centre , HARCOPY is a professional development program for emerging Australian fiction writers organised by the ACT Writers Centre. The program…

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May 23, 2014

Jemima Parker has been quite a prolific Canberra artist in recent weeks.  We noticed her work at the ‘Blaze Eight’ exhibition at the CCAS (see related post at www.lifeincanberra.com.au/blaze-eight-new-exhibition-opening-at-ccas-gallery/). Since…

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May 07, 2014