Saturday 19 August > 7.30pm
Join Canberra’s leading scientists and artists to explore the science behind sex, sass and sound. Film, fashion and fabulousness abound in National Science Week. This is a fully inclusive event.
Saturday 1 July at 11:00am.
Meet 2016 Winner Megan Seres and finalists Ross Townsend and Shane Jones
11am Saturday 26 August 2017
Join Gillian in conversation around her travel journals and creative practice.
11am Sunday 9 July
Public program – Artists Talk.
Join the artists from Illawarra Association for the Visual Arts (IAVA) as they discuss their work and world of professional practice.
10am – 1pm Sunday 2 July 2017
Join Feast artists Jennifer Jackson and Moira Kirkwood to learn about creating strong, compelling artworks. Have fun while you whip up a visual feast of your own. All materials supplied.
This series of concerts by the lake are presented by our Resident Company Young Music Society. These concerts are FREE…
August 3rd 6:30PM
“Wu Tang Clan’s ODB said it best, but we too like our artists RAW, unfiltered and uncut.”
30 AUGUST & 2 SEPTEMBER
Belconnen Arts Centre is thrilled to announce that The Griffyn Ensemble, in-residence at BAC, will stage several events of The Curious Festival at Belconnen Arts Centre.
Saturday 8 July, 11:00am - 3:00pm
Join us for a FREE family festival of live music, dancing, food stalls, fun, face painting and hands on craft activities for all the family.
1 JULY – 23 JULY
An exhibition by artists from Illawarra Association for the Visual Arts (IAVA). Artworks range from visions of Antarctic cathedrals of light to quirky explorations of inner realities. It’s a tasty mix of paintings, drawings and sculptural works.
1 JULY – 23 JULY
The Doug Moran National Portrait Prize was established in 1988 to celebrate Australia’s bi-centenary. Since then it has grown to become one of this country’s most prestigious art prizes with the largest prize money of any art competition in Australia.
In a series of photographs, Traits explores ‘we’ as individuals and how we become so.
29 JULY – 20 AUGUST
Rose-Mary Faulkner and Catherine Newton, Heidi Strachan, Martin Rowney and Keith Bender.
26 AUGUST – 17 SEPTEMBER
Poets from the 2016 Poetry on the Move festival were invited to write poems about their experience of nature and landscape in Canberra. These are the inspiration for Dianne Firth’s textile art.
Gillian Wilde explores her continuing passion for the natural world, seeking to catch fleeting yet instantly recognisable moments of delight.
This exhibition features works by members of Wildlife and Botanical Artists Inc. (WABA), which was established in 1998. WABA enjoys the membership of artists both from the Canberra region and interstate.
Public art at BAC Dancers on a Lakefront Konstantin Dimopoulos On my site visit I was drawn to the proximity…
22 SEPTEMBER – 15 OCTOBER 2017
Exhibition Showing > 22 September – 15 October 2017
23 SEPTEMBER – 15 OCTOBER
In 2015 photographer Sean Davey spent six weeks at Dunlop-Charnwood School as part of the ArtsACT Artists-in-Schools program, funded by the Australia Council. This exhibition is the result of this innovative project.
18 NOVEMBER – 3 DECEMBER
Combining mid-twentieth century graphics with modernist shapes and colourful backgrounds, these collages look at the use of animals in rocket experiments and space exploration in the 1950s and ’60s.
9 DECEMBER – 28 JANUARY 2018
Young artists in Year 11 & 12 from colleges in the north Canberra region explore the world around them through photography, painting, drawing, ceramics, textiles and design technology.
We are celebrating a year of creative endeavour by participating artists with this exploration into our dark places through to our collective potentials.
Canberra renters have been invited to reflect on their personal histories of home. The emphasis is on place and time, how things in Canberra have changed, and how they stay the same.
21 OCTOBER – 12 NOVEMBER
Mirabel Fitzgeralds images originate in descriptions of the environment although they frequently become abstracted in the studio process.
This exhibition is an exploration and celebration of the landscape of the Deua River by Stuart Whitelaw.
In this exhibition Naomi Zouwer and Meredith Hughes use textile installation and painted objects to investigate the cut-out.