Monday, 27 May 2013
Many hands have shaped Australia’s national capital but none more so than Canberra’s original designers, Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin. The couple’s winning entry for the design of a new capital took them from their native Chicago to Australia in 1914. They made their home in Australia for the next 20 years. The Dream of a Century focuses on the Griffins’ design enterprise in Canberra and showcases material from the couple’s practice in the United States, Australia and India, most of which has never before been displayed. The exhibition will be open daily, between 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Entry is free. For more info Click Here
Tuesday, 28 May 2013
Visit us for lunch at Essence By Livio at The Dickson Tradies any day of the week and order any one of our three special selected meals for only $12! Plus, if it’s not on your table in 12 minutes or less, you eat for free! You can choose from the delicious roast-of-the-day carvery with roast vegetables, a plain regular schnitzel with chips and salad, or the pasta with mushrooms, tomato and chorizo. Lunch is served daily from 12pm, and this offer applies to the lunch menu only and runs for limited time. Not available in conjunction with any other offers.
Get some lunch time lovin' at wagamama with our new $16 lunch special. choose from a delicious selection of noodles, rice dishes or ramen, plus get a small fresh juice for just $16. Feeling like you need to add on a side dish, well you can! choose from our delicious selection of side dishes for just $3 more. Available Monday to Wednesday. Not valid with any other offer promotion or gift voucher | valid monday to wednesday only | not valid fridays | valid until 3pm only | no frequent noodler redemptions | valid at wagamama australia restaurants only | fresh juice is small juice | serving of 3 gyoza for upgrade option
Art Is A Weapon @ The Museum of Australian Democracy
Art is a Weapon is based on a portfolio of 14 linocuts created by the Melbourne Popular Art Group to commemorate the 1954 centenary of the Eureka Stockade incident at Ballarat. Investigate the appropriation of Eureka by all sides of politics as a means of influencing political opinion in Australia. The exhibition is open everyday. Admission into the exhibition is $2 for adults, $1 for children and concessions and $5 for families. For more info Click Here
Behind The Lines @ The Museum Of Australian Democracy
As the saying goes, a year is a long time in politics! Behind the Lines 2012 looks back on the highs and lows of the political year through the eyes of Australia’s best cartoonists. Their observations of the personalities, parties and political power-plays are insightful, amusing and emotive. Explore the political year that was: from asylum seekers to leadership battles, and the carbon tax to the economy. It was a year of controversy, crises and sometimes unintentional comedy. There is a small admission fee of $2 for adults, $1 for children and concessions and $5 fo families. The exhibition is open everyday. For more info Click Here
by James van Leeuwen
Katie Noonan has proven herself to be an able songstress over the past decade. Voted as one of Australia’s top 20 singers of all time by iconic peers such as Kate Ceberano and Michael Paynter last week, it is her versatility that puts her at the pinnacle of the countries music scene. Being equal parts pop, to vocalize jazz, the Elixir and George star promised to pull out all stops with a night of hits focused around the new album Songbook.