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27 Jul 14
Antonio Carluccio

3seed and Antonio Carluccio hands-on cooking class

3seeds at the Fyshwick Markets

Celebrity Italian chef Antonio Caluccio in conjunction with Andrew Haskins from Canberra's 3seeds are hosting a hands on cooking class incorporating four dishes to be presented as a truffle banquet...

17 May 14
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24 Aug 14
Young superhero, Max, floats above his family

A Bird in the Hand! Bob Graham: A Retrospective

Canberra Museum and Gallery

Bob Graham is one of Australia's most eminent authors. Don't miss this unique opportunity to see precious sketch books, manuscripts, memorabilia, and illustrations from books including Greetings from...

30 May 14
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14 Sep 14
A place to call home graphic

A Place to Call Home – Migrant Hostel Memories

National Archives of Australia

A Place to Call Home - Migrant Hostel Memories. Nissen huts, boiled mutton, bottled milk and helping hands. For many migrants after World War II, for better or worse, hostels were their first...

29 Nov 13
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17 Aug 14
Caricature of Robert James Hawke by John Frith from 1983

About Face: the art of caricature

Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House

About Face: the art of caricature features selected works of cartoonist John Frith who entertained Australians for over 60 years with his insightful and powerful depictions of political and public...

25 Jul 14
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26 Oct 14
J.W. Power (1881–1943)  Seaside still life 1926

Abstraction-Création: J.W. Power in Europe 1921-1938

National Library of Australia

Abstraction-Création features the work of J.W. Power, one of Australia's most successful and accomplished expatriate painters of the inter-war years. Power studied art in Paris with Fernand Léger...

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