Monday, 24 November 2014
Exhibition: SHARING LIGHT @ Shop 32A Baileys Corner
An exhibition of leading local lighting Artists/Designers, as part of the Design Canberra 2014 Festival.
Fink + Co
Opening on 19 November 2014, 5-7pm
On Show until 24 November 2014, 12-7pm daily.
Shop 32A Baileys Corner, Corner London Circuit and East Row (next to Tosolini's).
Harold White Fellow Presentation - the Old Kinchega Homestead: Household Archaeology and Outback Shopping @ National Library of Australia
Dr Penelope Allison investigates the rich archaeological record of the homestead to understand the lives of women and children in a time of great social change. 5:30pm. Free entry.
Grilled Atlantic salmon fillet and a glass of the Mrs. Smith Sauvignon Blanc all for $20 every Monday.
The Treasures Gallery holds many of the Library's most prized items from iconic objects to handwritten histories. Terra Australis to Australia is a narrative of our nation and its development, featuring highlights from the Library's collection, from early maps and atlases to books, manuscripts, paintings, drawings, photographs and objects. Come face-to-face with James Cook's Endeavour journal, a display showcasing the Library's collection of celestial mapping, the notebook William Bligh kept after the Bounty mutiny, and a selection of zines from the Library's growing collection. 10 am–5 pm. Free entry. http://www.nla.gov.au/exhibitions/treasures-gallery
One of Canberra’s best known trivia nights. It’s been running for over 10 years and has a huge local following. With $100 in vouchers given away every night plus spot prizes and the chance to win some serious cash with the trivia jackpot question. It gets busy so bookings are definitely recommended.
A small, though excitable crowd gathered at UC Refectory on Saturday night to see one of the 90s most talented and tempestuous stars take the stage. It could be none other than Ms Courtney Love. What the Hell would happen tonight? After a storming warm-up set from Melbourne’s The Mercy Kills, the beer queue formed, while a range of tiara-and Doc-Marten-wearing ladies pressed themselves up against the barriers in anticipation of the grunge goddess’ appearance.