National Gallery of Australia

The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) is home to Australia’s national collection of art.  It hosts permanent and international exhibitions, as well as various public programmes and events.  The purpose of the Gallery is to enhance understanding and enjoyment of the visual arts.Visitors to the NGA can see many works of art from the gallery’s four main art areas: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Australian, Asian and International.
Mediawire24/05/2018

Canberra showcases Australia’s rich Indigenous history year-round, and prepares for Reconciliation Week and the nation’s first Reconciliation Day Public Holiday

As Canberra prepares for Australia’s first Reconciliation Day public holiday on 28 May 2018, Canberra’s attractions showcase their rich and cultural indigenous offerings year-round – some of which are among the largest collections of Australian Indigenous art, history and culture in the world.  While Canberrans will recognise the day itself with Reconciliation in the Park……

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