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  1. Permanent collection | Members Members Book Club: 'Gertrude' by Hassan Najmi
    Aug 27 10:15am Members get the opportunity to engage with current exhibitions and the Gallery's collection. This season's book is Gertrude by Hassan Najmi. A special 20% discount is available on this title at the NGA Shop. Facilitated by Claudia Hyles.
    Venue: NGA Bookshop
    Price : $12
  2. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Tours Private viewing for carers
    Aug 27 10:30am A private viewing for carers of the exhibition Stars of the Tokyo stage, presented in partnership with Carers ACT. Related info
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free (bookings essential)
    Booking: (02) 6296 9900
  3. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Kids & Family Tales for the very young
    Aug 28 10:30am – 11:30am Booked Out (ages 3-5) Margie Kevin, Gallery educator, leads an interactive story-based experience within the exhibition Stars of the Tokyo stage. Related info
  4. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Performances Live Kabuki performance: Sukeroku and the cherry blossoms of Edo
    Aug 30 3:00pm – 4:30pm Za Kabuki, the Australian National University's long-standing kabuki troupe, perform this popular Kabuki drama, directed by Shun Ikeda from ANU's Japan Centre. See Synopsis
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : $15, $10 members/concession, $8 children (under 16)
  5. Special event | Performances Boundless: Australian String Quartet concert
    Aug 31 2:00pm – 4:00pm Three masterpieces stand tall, shouldering their differences and similarities in a performance of music from Haydn, Beethoven and Bartok.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $65, $60 concession, $55 members, $30 (under 30)
  6. Motherwell | Talks & Lectures Motherwell and New York School poetry
    Sep 2 12:45pm Mathew Abbott, Lecturer in Philosophy, Federation University Australia, explores the interplay between poetry and visual art in the work of Robert Motherwell and New York School poets. Related info
    Venue: Small Theatre
    Price : Free
  7. | Talks & Lectures Contemporary Australian architects speaker series
    Sep 3 6:00pm Lecture 1 John Wardle Architects. More info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Series $75, $70 concession, $60 members/Institute members, $40 students Single session $25, $22.50 concession, $20 members/ Institute members, $15 students
  8. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Talks & Lectures Starstruck
    Sep 4 12:45pm Melanie Eastburn, Curator, Asian art, introduces the work of Zoe Kincaid, a Canadian journalist and kabuki aficionado living in Tokyo in the 1920s. Related info
    Venue: Small Theatre
    Price : Free
  9. | Assisted Friday with a friend
    Sep 5 10:30am – 11:30am For people with dementia and their carers Art and Alzheimer's interactive tour designed to connect participants in a shared exchange of ideas and insights.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
    Booking: bookings essential (02) 6240 6517 or email access@nga.gov.au
  10. Arthur Boyd | Members Bush Breakfast
    Sep 6 8:30am – 10:30am Booked Out Exclusive members' event Enjoy an exclusive viewing of Arthur Boyd: Agony and Ecstasy before it opens to the public followed by a bush breakfast in the Sculpture Garden. Related info

    Booking: membership@nga.gov.au or 02 6240 6528
  11. Arthur Boyd | talks & lectures Curator's perspective
    Sep 6 2:00pm – 3:00pm Dr Deborah Hart, Senior Curator, Australian Paintings and Sculpture presents an overview of the exhibition Arthur Boyd: Agony and ecstasy. Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  12. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Screenings The actor's revenge
    Sep 7 2:00pm (DVD, 1963, M, 113 mins, English subtitles) Directed by Kon Ichikawa, starring Kazuo Hasegawa in his 300th film role, as a kabuki onnagata actor. Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  13. Permanent collection | Tours Rendezvous with art
    Sep 8 10:00am Enjoy refreshments in the Members Lounge before joining voluntary guides to discuss selected works of art.
    Venue: meet in the main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 members/concession
  14. Arthur Boyd | Talks & Lectures A burst of boiling rage
    Sep 9 12:45pm Dr Michelle Potter, dance historian, writer and critic, discusses the theatre designs made by Arthur Boyd with special focus on the ballet Elektra. Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  15. | Talks & Lectures Contemporary Australian architects speaker series
    Sep 10 6:00pm Lecture 2 CHROFI Architects: John Choi, Tai Ropiha and Steven Fighera. More info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Single session $25, $22.50 concession, $20 members/ Institute members, $15 students
  16. Collection: International art | Talks & Lectures Power, wealth and vitality
    Sep 11 12:45pm Pamela Walker, Researcher, International Paintings and Sculpture, discusses a Standing male figure (1940s -1950s) from the Cameroon.
    Venue: Collection Study Room
    Price : Free
  17. Permanent collection | Kids & family stART with art
    Sep 12 10:30am – 12:00pm (2-5yrs, to be accompanied) A morning of exploration and creative fun with art and music.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $12 child, $10 child members - includes materials (free for accompanying adults)
  18. Arthur Boyd | Performances House on Fire
    Sep 13 2:00pm – 3:30pm Repeated Sun 14 Sep, 2 pm The Griffyn Ensemble and The Cashews to present a musical and multimedia exploration of the Australian landscape. Original music composed by The Griffyn Ensemble and The Cashews.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $40, $35 concession, $20 ages under 30, $10 ages under 18
    Booking: Book here
  19. Arthur Boyd | Members Curator's talk and exclusive viewing
    Sep 13 5:30pm – 8:00pm An overview of the exhibition, Arthur Boyd: Agony and ecstacy with the curator, Deborah Hart, followed by a viewing of the exhibition. Includes glass of champagne on arrival.
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : $25 members, $35 guests
  20. Arthur Boyd | Performances House on Fire
    Sep 14 2:00pm – 3:30pm The Griffyn Ensemble and The Cashews to present a musical and multimedia exploration of the Australian landscape. Original music composed by The Griffyn Ensemble and The Cashews.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $40, $35 concession, $20 ages under 30, $10 ages under 18
    Booking: Book here
  21. Arthur Boyd | Talks & Lectures Director's view
    Sep 16 12:45pm Dr Ron Radford AM discusses the exhibition Arthur Boyd: Agony and ecstasy. Related info
    Venue: Temporary Exhibitions Gallery
    Price : Exhibition ticket required
  22. Permanent collection | Kids & family A little look at ART
    Sep 17 10:00am – 12:00pm Parents/carers with babies 0-1yrs Join a voluntary guide for an informal tour of the Gallery for parents and carers with babies. Followed by coffee and muffins.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 members/concession
  23. Special event | Talks & Lectures Contemporary Australian architects speaker series
    Sep 17 6:00pm Lecture 3 BE Architecture: Jonathon Boucher and Broderick Ely. More info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Single session $25, $22.50 concession, $20 members/ Institute members, $15 students
  24. 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
  25. 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
  26. | 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
  27. | 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
  28. 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
  29. 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
  30. Special event | Talks & Lectures Contemporary Australian architects speaker series
    Sep 24 6:00pm Lecture 4 March Studio, an architecture and graphic design practice established by Rodney Eggleston and Anne-Laure. More info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Single session $25, $22.50 concession, $20 members/ Institute members, $15 students
  31. 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
  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. Permanent collection | Kids & family Peggy does POP art
    Oct 2 10:30am (ages 7- 12) Join Miss Peggy Popart on a fun art adventure tour with her time machine shaped like a lobster and handy banana phone to discover works of art and the artists behind them.
    Venue: Pop gallery
    Price : Free
  37. Permanent collection | Assisted Friday with a friend: Art and Alzheimers tour
    Oct 3 10:30am – 11:30am For people with dementia and their carers Art and Alzheimer's tour for people with dementia and their carers, designed to connect participants in a shared exchange of ideas and insights.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
    Booking: (02) 6240 6517 or email access@nga.gov.au
  38. Alive and spirited | Kids & family Alive and Spirited family activity day
    Oct 3 11:00am – 3:00pm (all ages, children to be accompanied) Enjoy games and creative activities in a drop-in workshop inspired by the exhibition of Indigenous Australian art, Alive and Spirited. Related info
    Venue: Small Theatre
    Price : Free
  39. Alive and Spirited | Kids & family Alive and Spirited family activity day
    Oct 4 11:00am – 3:00pm Drop-in workshop forall ages, children to be accompanied Enjoy games and creative activities inspired by the ocean and sand and the works by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in the Alive and Spirited exhibition. Related info
    Venue: Small Theatre
    Price : Free
  40. Arthur Boyd: Agony and Ecstasy | Performances Boyd and his generation: A poetry tribute
    Oct 5 2:00pm – 4:00pm Well-loved Australian poetry selected in response to the art of Arthur Boyd, and performed by local poets. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine and a Q+A afterwards. Related info
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $20, $15 members/concession
  41. Permanent collection | Kids & family Creative meditation for children
    Oct 7 10:30am – 11:00am (ages 5-7 to be accompanied) These sessions enable children to spend quiet time reflecting on the artwork, explore their emotional responses, reflect through personal meditation and then share their experiences.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $5
  42. Permanent collection | Kids & family Creative meditation for children
    Oct 7 2:00pm – 2:45pm (ages 8-12) These sessions enable children to spend quiet time reflecting on the artwork, explore their emotional responses, reflect through personal meditation and then share their experiences.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $5
  43. Permanent collection | Kids & family A.S.I. Art Scene Investigation
    Oct 8 10:30am – 12:00pm (ages 8-12) Join the Art Investigation Squad to discover the clues and solve new mysteries in the art on display.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 child members (includes morning tea)
  44. Arthur Boyd | Kids & family Clay Bodies
    Oct 9 10:30am – 12:30pm (ages 7-12) repeated 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm Be inspired by Arthur Boyd: Agony and Ecstasy and the Sculpture Garden to create figures in clay. Related info
    Venue: Sculpture Garden or Small Theatre in case of wet weather
    Price : $25, $20 child members
  45. Arthur Boyd | Kids & family Clay Bodies
    Oct 9 2:00pm – 4:00pm (ages 7-12) Be inspired by Arthur Boyd: Agony and Ecstasy and the Sculpture Garden to create figures in clay. Related info
    Venue: Sculpture Garden or Small Theatre in case of wet weather
    Price : $25, $20 child members
  46. Permanent collection | Kids & family stART with art
    Oct 10 10:30am – 12:00pm (ages 2-5, to be accompanied) A morning of exploration and creative fun with art and music.
    Venue: Small Theatre
    Price : $12 child, $10 child members - includes materials (free for accompanying adults)
  47. Arthur Boyd | Forums Radical visionary: Arthur Boyd
    Oct 11 9:00am – 4:00pm One-day symposium Experts delve into the art and life of radical visionary Arthur Boyd. Speakers include Patrick McCaughey, Mary Eagle, Dr Grazia Gunn, Dr Deborah Hart and Grace Cochrane. Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre; registration in Gandel Hall
    Price : $60 adult, $55 members/concession
  48. Permanent collection | Kids & family Eye See ART access event
    Oct 12 1:00pm – 3:00pm All ages, children to be accompanied Enjoy the mobile adventure game for children and families in the Sculpture Garden. Bring your own device or borrow one of ours.
    Venue: Sculpture Garden
    Price : Free
  49. Permanent collection | Tours Rendezvous with art
    Oct 13 10:00am Enjoy refreshments in the Members Lounge before joining voluntary guides to discuss selected works of art.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 members/concession
  50. Permanent collection | Kids & family A little look at ART
    Oct 15 10:00am – 12:00pm Parents/carers with babies 0-1yrs Join a voluntary guide for an informal tour of the Gallery for parents and carers with babies. Followed by coffee and muffins.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 members/concession
  51. Arthur Boyd | Assisted Assisted tour
    Oct 15 10:30am – 11:30am Tour of Arthur Boyd:Agony and ecstasy exhibition for people with a disability and their carer. Related info
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
    Booking: bookings essential (02) 6240 6517 or email access@nga.gov.au
  52. Arthur Boyd | Members Bundanon coach trip
    Oct 17 6:45am – 5:00pm Exclusive members' event A day trip to Bundanon, former home of Arthur Boyd. A tour of the homestead and studio, light bushwalk and lunch. Related info
    Venue: Departs: NGA & Southwell Park, Lyneham.
    Price : $100 members (incl entry & catering)
    Booking: membership@nga.gov.au or 02 6240 6528
  53. Permanent collection | Workshops Draw together
    Oct 18 11:00am – 12:30pm (all ages, children to be accompanied) Art-making in response to works of art.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $10, $8 members (includes materials)
  54. Arthur Boyd | Assisted Auslan sign-interpreted tour
    Oct 19 2:30pm – 3:30pm A tour of Arthur Boyd: Agony and ecstacy exhibition for people who are deaf. Related info
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
    Booking: (02) 6240 6517 or email access@nga.gov.au
  55. Alive and Spirited | Talks & Lectures Curator's perspective
    Oct 21 12:45pm Join Kellie Cole, Assistant Curator Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art as she journeys through the exhibition Alive and Spirited.
    Venue: Children's Gallery
    Price : Free
  56. Arthur Boyd | Talks & Lectures Face to face: Boyd and Nolan in the London years
    Oct 23 12:45pm Dr Nancy Underhill, author of a forthcoming biography of Sidney Nolan, speaks on the relationship between these two artists, focusing on the London years and beyond. Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  57. Permanent collection | Workshops Big Draw
    Oct 26 10:30am – 2:30pm (all ages, children to be accompanied) Join artist-facilitated workshops exploring different approaches to drawing.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
  58. Permanent collection | Tours Rendezvous with art
    Oct 27 10:00am Enjoy refreshments in the Members Lounge before joining voluntary guides to discuss selected works of art.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 members/concession
  59. Arthur Boyd | Assisted Private viewing for carers
    Oct 28 10:30am – 11:30am Tour of Arthur Boyd: Agony and ecstacy for carers, in collaboration with Carers ACT
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
    Booking: (02) 6296 9900 (Carers ACT)
  60. Special event | Talks & Lectures Annual Lecture - Towards the Participatory Museum
    Oct 29 6:00pm Rethinking MOMA for the 21st Century Glenn Lowry, Director, Museum of Modern Art, New York, examines the architectural, intellectual and program changes at MOMA, as it engages with many issues and opportunities of the 21st century.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $20; $15 members/concession
  61. Arthur Boyd | Talks & Lectures Arthur Boyd's inheritance
    Oct 30 12:45pm Dr Brenda Niall, author of The Boyds: a Family Biography will discuss the family tradition and Arthur Boyd's place within it. Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  62. Mini Members | Members Eek! Mini Members' Halloween event
    Oct 31 4:30pm – 6:30pm (ages 8-12) (DVD, USA, 2012, PG, 91 min) A fancy dress, family movie night with scary movie, Hotel Transylvania, snack packs, a glass of wine for adults and a spooky Sculpture Garden tour.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $25 members, $35 guests (prices for adults and children)
    Booking: membership@nga.gov.au or 02 6240 6528
  63. Arthur Boyd | Performances Invocations: eight meditations on paintings by Arthur Boyd
    Oct 31 6:00pm – 7:30pm The National Gallery of Australia presents a program of music illuminating the visionary art of Arthur Boyd, directed by Chris Latham and featuring Canberra's finest performers.
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : $45, $40 members, $38 concession
  64. Permanent collection | Workshops Draw together
    Nov 2 11:00am – 12:30pm (all ages, children to be accompanied) Art-making in response to works of art.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $10, $8 members (includes materials)
  65. Members | Members Giddy up Melbourne Cup!
    Nov 4 12:00pm – 4:00pm Exclusive members' event Gandel Hall comes alive with the race that stops a nation. Celebrate the Cup in style with a 3-course lunch, champagne, sweepstakes and the see the race on the big screen. Book now
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $115 members $130 non-members $1150 table of 10
  66. Arthur Boyd | Talks & Lectures Agony and ecstasy in pen and ink
    Nov 6 12:45pm – 1:45pm Rebecca Edwards, curatorial assistant, Australian Prints and Drawings, explores the role of drawing in Arthur Boyd's art practice through rarely seen works of art from the NGA collection. Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  67. Permanent collection | Assisted Friday with a friend
    Nov 7 10:30am – 11:30am for people with dementia and their carers Art and Alzheimer's tour, designed to connect participants in a shared exchange of ideas and insights
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
    Booking: 6240 6517 or email access@nga.gov.au
  68. Lautrec, Degas, Daumier: Impressions of Paris | Members Ooh la la! Let them eat cake
    Nov 8 2:00pm – 5:00pm Exclusive members' event Spend the afternoon devouring Parisian cakes and culture in celebration of the exhibition Lautrec, Degas, Daumier: Impressions of Paris. Related info
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $60 members $75 guests
    Booking: membership@nga.gov.au or 02 6240 6528
  69. Permanent collection | Tours Rendezvous with art
    Nov 10 10:00am Enjoy refreshments in the Members Lounge before joining voluntary guides to discuss selected works of art.
    Venue: meet in the main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 members/concession
  70. Lautrec, Degas, Daumier: Impressions of Paris | Talks & Lectures Curator's perspective
    Nov 11 12:45pm – 1:45pm Dr Jane Kinsman, Senior Curator, International Prints, Drawings and Illustrated Books, discusses the exhibition, Lautrec, Degas, Daumier: Impressions of Paris. Related info
    Venue: Orde Poynton Gallery
    Price : Free
  71. Permanent collection | Kids & family stART with art
    Nov 14 10:30am – 12:00pm (ages 2-5, to be accompanied) Exploration and creative fun with art and music. A very special end of year party edition of stART with art. We may even get a visitor from the North Pole!
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $12 child, $10 child members - includes materials (free for accompanying adults)
  72. Members | Members Coffee with the Conservator
    Nov 15 10:15am – 12:00pm Exclusive members' event Go behind the scenes to discover the intricate and specialised work of the National Gallery's conservation team followed by coffee and cake in the Members Lounge.
    Venue: Members Lounge
    Price : $20 members $30 guests
    Booking: membership@nga.gov.au or 02 6240 6528
  73. Special event | Performances Relativity
    Nov 16 2:00pm – 4:00pm Australian String Quartet concert The Australian String Quartet perform works by Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn, and, with guest soprano Greta Bradman, works by Peter Sculthorpe and Brett Dean.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $65, $60 concession, $55 members, $30 under 30
  74. Permanent collection | Kids & family A little look at ART
    Nov 19 10:00am – 12:00pm (parents/carers with babies ages 0-1) Join a voluntary guide for an informal tour of the Gallery for parents and carers with babies. Followed by coffee and muffins.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 members/concession
  75. Lautrec, Degas, Daumire: Impressions of Paris | Assisted Descriptive tour
    Nov 22 2:30pm – 3:30pm A tour of the exhibition, Lautrec, Degas, Daumier: Impressions of Paris, for people who are blind or have low vision. Related info
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
    Booking: (02) 6240 6517 or email access@nga.gov.au
  76. Permanent collection | Tours Rendezvous with art
    Nov 24 10:00am Enjoy refreshments in the Members Lounge before joining voluntary guides to discuss selected works of art.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 members/concession
  77. Permanent collection | Members Member's Book Club
    Nov 26 10:15am Member's Book Club provides an opportunity to engage with the gallery's collection and themes around art. This season's book is An Artist of the Floating World by Kazuo Ishiguro.
    Venue: NGA Book Shop
    Price : $12 members
    Booking: membership@nga.gov.au or 02 6240 6528
  78. Lautrec, Degas, Daumire: Impressions of Paris | Assisted Assisted tour
    Nov 26 10:30am – 11:30am A tour of the exhibition, Lautrec, Degas, Daumier: Impressions of Paris, for people with a disability and their carers. Related info
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
    Booking: (02) 6240 6517 or email access@nga.gov.au
  79. Lautrec, Degas, Daumire: Impressions of Paris | Kids & family Tales for the very young
    Nov 27 10:30am – 11:30pm (ages 3-5, to be accompanied) Margie Kevin, Gallery educator, leads an interactive story-based experience within the exhibition Daumier, Degas and Toulouse Lautrec. Related info
    Venue: Children's Gallery
    Price : $7, $5 child members, free for accompanying adults
  80. Permanent collection | Assisted Friday with a friend
    Dec 5 10:30am – 11:30am for people with dementia and their carers Art and Alzheimer's tour designed to connect participants in a shared exchange of ideas and insights.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free
    Booking: (02) 6240 6517 or email access@nga.gov.au
  81. Mini Members | Members Tutus and tinsel - mini members event
    Dec 6 10:30am – 11:00am (all ages, children to be accompanied) A magical Christmas ballet with a company of dancers, including Lauren Viera, formally Bavarian State Ballet Company, and Liz Fellows, Canberra Dance Theatre.
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : $25 members, $35 guests (prices for adults and children)
    Booking: membership@nga.gov.au or 02 6240 6528