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  1. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Talks & Lectures Turning Japanese
    Sep 18 12:45pm Mark Henshaw, author of The Snow Kimono, and former curator at the National Gallery, discusses the art of collecting Japanese prints. Related info
    Venue: Project Gallery
    Price : Free
  2. Permanent collection | Forums Art and Mortality Symposium
    Sep 19 9:30am – 5:00pm Two-day symposium Friday 19 September (ANU) and Saturday 20 September NGA Death is an enduring theme in the arts, engaging artists working in all media. Leading art historians, curators and artists discuss mortality and the visual arts. More info
    Venue: Day 1: Australian National Unviersity; Day 2: National Gallery of Australia
    Price : Free
  3. | Forums Art and Mortality Symposium
    Sep 20 10:00am – 4:45pm Leading art historians, curators and artists discuss mortality and the visual arts. More info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  4. | Kids & family Drawing with Passion Postcard Project
    Commences Sep 20 - Sep 21 10:01am – 4:00pm All ages, children to be accompanied Help create a 'garden' of postcard-sized drawings inspired by Floriade's beautiful floral displays inspiration to draw with passion for the Big Draw garden postcard project.
    Venue: On site at Floriade
    Price : Free
  5. Arthur Boyd | Talks & Lectures Boyd's brides
    Sep 23 12:45pm Kendrah Morgan, Curator, Heide Museum of Modern Art, discusses Arthur Boyd's series Love, Marriage and Death of a Half Caste (1954-60). Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  6. Permanent collection | Forums Photograph Conservation: Striking A Balance
    Sep 23 6:00pm – 7:00pm Photograph conservators Nora Kennedy, Peter Mustardo and Debra Hess Norris discuss large-scale installations of collages and photomurals, and photography care and preservation.
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  7. Special event | Talks & Lectures Contemporary Australian architects speaker series
    Sep 24 6:00pm Booked Out Lecture 4 March Studio, an architecture and graphic design practice established by Rodney Eggleston and Anne-Laure. More info
  8. Permanent collection | Talks & Lectures Gifted artists
    Sep 25 12:45pm Anne O'Hehir, Curator of Photography, discusses the Patrick Corrigan gift, and developments and themes in contemporary photo media. Related info
    Venue: Photography Gallery
    Price : Free
  9. Motherwell: At five in the afternoon | Kids & family Paint, Print & Paper
    Sep 27 10:30am – 12:30pm (ages 7- 12) Be inspired by Robert Motherwell: At five in the afternoon to create your own collage using paint, paper and print techniques. Related info
    Venue: Small Theatre
    Price : $25, $20 child members
  10. Motherwell: At five in the afternoon | Kids & family Paint, Print & Paper
    Sep 27 2:00pm – 4:00pm (ages 7- 12) Be inspired by Robert Motherwell: At five in the afternoon to create your own collage using paint, paper and print techniques. Related info
    Venue: Small Theatre
    Price : $25, $20 child members
  11. Arthur Boyd | Assisted Descriptive tour
    Sep 27 2:30pm – 3:30pm A tour of Arthur Boyd: Agony and ecstasy for people who are blind or have low vision
    Venue: Meet in the main foyer
    Price : Free
  12. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Screenings Backstage' at the Kabuki theatre
    Sep 28 2:00pm – 3:30pm Web only - two documentaries Discover 'backstage' at Kabuki with two rare documentary films: Invitation to Kabuki (33 Min) and Koken: Stage Assistants in Kabuki (44 min). Courtesy the Japan Foundation, Sydney. Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free