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68 rooms - we call them Cosy, Original, Creative and Meandering. Each one is unique.

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Three Bedder apartment at Hotel Hotel in Canberra. Short term and long term rental.

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We also manage apartments in the Nishi building. While our rooms are a cacophony of textures, the apartments are a blank space. The walls are white, the shelves have space for you to bring your own bits and bobs and make you feel at home.

$185 / Night

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One Bed lofts at Hotel Hotel in Canberra. Short term and long term rental.

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And we manage split-level lofts just across the road and down the lane from us in the NewActon precinct.

$205 / Night

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School Damage Album Launch

School Damage are launching their new EP with friends California Girls and Passive Smoke.

When:Friday 25 August from 8PM
Where:Lacklustre HQ
Go:Deets
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Performance

The Slice is Right

Baking for Utopia....Part theatre show, part plebiscite, and part massive bake-off.

An interactive live art event based on political systems that takes place around tables with kitchen action and a nosh-up. It's a mash between "The Great Australian Bake Off" and a utopian vision of future pizza.

When:Wednesday 30 August at 7PM
Where:Street Theatre
Go:Book
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Object Club – Wet Specimens

Wet specimens: Australian Institute of Anatomy zoology collection.
Join curator Martha Sear and conservator Natalie Ison to explore the Australian Institute of Anatomy zoology collection, which includes Phar Lap's heart.

When:Friday 25 August
Where:National Museum of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:RSVP
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Film

Bébel: Jean-Paul Belmondo retrospective

Six classic films featuring Jean-Paul Belmondo - 'Pierrot Le Fou', 'Weekend at Dunkirk', 'Doulos: the Finger Man', 'That Man from Rio', 'Stavisky' and 'Léon Morin, Priest'. 

When:Thursday 31 August to Sunday 3 September
Where:Palace Electric Cinema
Go:Deets
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Top Dog Film Festival

Cats may own the internet: but dogs rule the BIG screen thanks to the Top Dog Film Festival.

When:Friday 25 August
Where:Arc Cinema, National Film and Sound Archive
Cost:$27.64
Go:Facebook
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Canberra Writers Festival

Power, politics and passion.

When:Friday 25 August – Sunday 27 August
Where:Various locations
Go:Facebook
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Workshop

One Day: Yoga Retreat

A day of yoga and meditation with Odona Farska and Lidija Trajkoska.

When:Saturday 26 August from 9.30AM to 4PM
Where:The Shed
Cost:$79
Go:Book
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Exhibition

Next Generation

'Next Generation: Solomon Islands After RAMSI', is an exhibition by Sean Davey about daily life in Honiara, on the island of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands, at the end of RAMSI. 

When:Opens Thursday 17 August at 6PM. Until Sunday 10 September.
Where:PhotoAccess
Go:Deets
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We Collapse, We Build New Cities

An exhibition exploring the way we inhabit spaces, particularly the walls and hidden corners of our contemporary existence.

When:Runs 23 August to 10 September
Where:ANCA Dickson
Cost:Free
Go:ANCA
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Music

I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor

Celebrating the golden age of 2000s indie with Klaxons / Arctic Monkeys / Yeah Yeah Yeahs / The Rapture / Peter Bjorn and John / The Killers / Lily Allen / Phoenix / Hot Chip / LCD Soundsystem / Beach House / Band Of Horses / Grizzly Bear / Gossip / Tokyo Police Club / Clap Your Hands Say Yeah...

When:Friday 25 August 25 from 10PM to 3AM
Where:Kyte
Go:Deets
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The Banned and the Beautiful

Films too hot, too weird or simply too much for Australian censors at the time of their release.

When:Until Wednesday 30 August
Where:NFSA
Go:Deets
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Exhibition

Brook Andrew in focus

Two incredible works by Brook Andrew - portraits of Marcia Langton AM and Anthony Mundine.  

When:Until Sunday 27 August
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Cost:Free
Go:NPG
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Exhibition

Dempsey’s People

Watercolour portraits by John Dempsey of English street people made throughout the first half of the nineteenth century. 

When:Until Sunday 22 October
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Cost:Free
Go:NPG
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Workshop

Mindfulness Meditation

4 Week Mindfulness Meditation training with Lama Choedak Rinpoche. Classes are complimentary for Hotel Hotel guests.

When:Thursday, 17 August – Thursday, 7 September
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon
Cost:$15 drop-in, free for HH guests
Go:Sakya
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Exhibition

Rainbow’s End

A collection of artefacts from a possible future, curated by Heath Killen.

Works by Liane Rossler, Kevina Jo Smith, Helle Jorgensen, Racket, Valerie Restarick, Michael Gray, Dale Hardiman, SHHORN (Grace and Sean), Kate Rohde, Fred Fowler, Tracy Deep, and Dave Teer.

When:Saturday 12 August to Friday 6 October
Where:The Cabinets on the ground floor of Hotel Hotel
Cost:Free
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The Year My Voice Broke + Flirting

A double feature of John Duigan’s personal and moving coming-of-age films.

When:Saturday 26 August, from 5PM
Where:Arc Cinema, NFSA
Cost:$14/$12 each
Go:Facebook
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Exhibition

Namatjira: Painting Country

An exhibition of watercolour paintings by the late Western Arrarnta artist Albert Namatjira of his Country.

When:Opens 15 July
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Workshop

Meditation with Lidija

Calm abiding meditation sessions.

When:Every Tuesday, beginning 18 July, 6PM
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon (‘H’ level, directly above Palace Electric Cinema)
Cost:$10 drop-in / free for Hotel Hotel guests (just rock up and show your room or apartment key)
Go:Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra
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Exhibition

Mexican Modernism

Mexico after the Mexican Revolution and its subsequent independence from Spain. An exhibition of photographs that at once witnessed and created a new post-revolutionary identity.

When:Until Sunday 26 November
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Exhibition

Defying Empire

'Defying Empire' - the third national Indigenous art triennial.

When:From Friday 26 May to Sunday 10 September
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:NGA
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Exhibition

Australian Impressionism

An exhibition of Australian Impressionist paintings from the likes of Tom Roberts, Charles Douglas Richardson and Arthur Streeton.

When:From Saturday 24 June
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Film

The Reel McCoy Film Club

Cult classics, timeless classics, and fringe dwelling gems. A really good film club.

When:Usually the second and last Sundays of each month at 1PM
Where:CMAG Theatre
Cost:$50 per annum
Go:Program
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Exhibition

Frank Stella

An exhibition of work by the master printer, Frank Stella. His work is described as a 'spring-loaded' mix of colour and form. BYO sunglasses.

When:Until June
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:NGA
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Exhibition

Within Without

A major Skyspace by American artist James Turrell. It's a beauty - a pyramid, a stupa, a viewing chamber, an offering to and from the sun gods.

When:Every day at sunset and sunrise
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:NGA
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Workshop

Yoga with Odona

Yoga in the Shed. Classes are free for Hotel Hotel guests. Just ask for a code at reception and book online.

When:Monday 6.15PM to 7.30PM. Tuesday 12PM to 1PM, Wednesday 6.45AM to 7.45AM. Thursday 6.15PM to 7.30PM. Saturday 8AM to 9.15AM.
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon (‘H’ level, directly above Palace Electric Cinema)
Cost:$18 / free for Hotel Hotel guests (just ask reception for a booking code).
Go:Yoga
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Yes to Marriage Equality Rally

Taking to the street in a collective affirmation that love is love. 

When:Saturday 2 September from 1PM
Where:Garema Place
Go:Love is love
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Music

Camp Cope // Worriers (USA)

Melbourne indie-punkers Camp Cope and Brooklyn-based melodic punk band Worriers. Definitely come. 

“it’s another man telling us we can’t fill up the room /
it’s another man telling us to book a smaller venue.”

When:Tuesday 19 September 19 from 8PM
Where:The Basement
Go:FB
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Italian Film Festival

New and old Italian cinema. 

When:September 14 – October 8
Where:Palace Electric Cinema
Go:Deets
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Tjanpi Desert Weavers workshop

Join highly skilled artists from Tjanpi Desert Weavers in Western Australia as they teach participants how to create their own basket with grasses sourced from the Central Desert.

When:23 September
Where:National Museum of Australia
Go:TIX
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Bébel: Jean-Paul Belmondo retrospective

Six classic films featuring Jean-Paul Belmondo - 'Pierrot Le Fou', 'Weekend at Dunkirk', 'Doulos: the Finger Man', 'That Man from Rio', 'Stavisky' and 'Léon Morin, Priest'. 

When:Thursday 31 August to Sunday 3 September
Where:Palace Electric Cinema
Go:Deets
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Jeff Rosenstock

New rock stuff from Jeff Rosenstock (profressional recording artist and person). 

When:Monday 11 Septmber at 8PM
Where:Transit Bar
Go:More
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Plyers: Clear LP launch

Plyers (Melbourne) launch their LP 'Clear' with friends Shoeb Ahmad (live electronics/drone set) -  Blight Worms and Sleeping Døgs.

When:Saturday 2 September from 8PM
Where:Lowbrow gallery and bar
Go:FB
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Exhibition

Next Generation

'Next Generation: Solomon Islands After RAMSI', is an exhibition by Sean Davey about daily life in Honiara, on the island of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands, at the end of RAMSI. 

When:Opens Thursday 17 August at 6PM. Until Sunday 10 September.
Where:PhotoAccess
Go:Deets
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We Collapse, We Build New Cities

An exhibition exploring the way we inhabit spaces, particularly the walls and hidden corners of our contemporary existence.

When:Runs 23 August to 10 September
Where:ANCA Dickson
Cost:Free
Go:ANCA
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NGA Architect Talks: Kevin O’Brien Architects

Lectures by award-winning Australian architects. This time it's Kevin O'Brien Architects -  regional construction strategies in Indigenous communities around the Pacific Rim that draw on Indigenous concepts of space.

When:Wednesday 27 September at 6PM
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:Book
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NGA Architect Talks: Tridente Architects

Lectures by award-winning Australian architects. This time it's Tridente Architects -  innovative, strategic design solutions, and often use relatively ordinary materials.

When:Wednesday 20 September at 6PM
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:Book
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NGA Architect Talks: Silvester Fuller

Lectures by award-winning Australian architects. This time it's Silvester Fuller - creating environmentally, socially and economically sustainable spaces for living.

When:Wednesday 13 September at 6PM
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:Book
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NGA Architect Talks: Fergus Scott Architects

Lectures by award-winning Australian architects. This time it's Fergus Scott Architects - buildings which engage with their surroundings

When:Wednesday 6 September from 6PM
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:Book
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Arab Film Festival

Four feature films screened for the first time in Australia; from Lebanon, Palestine, Egypt and Algeria. Yallah.

When:Friday 1 and Saturday 2 September
Where:National Film and Sound Archive
Go:More
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Music

Shonen Knife

Japanese rockers Shonen Knife! With rock-n-trash Glitoris! And Indonesia’s experimental beauties Senyawa! Too much. Too many. Too good. 

When:Thursday 28 September from 8PM
Where:The Basement
Go:More
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Exhibition

Dempsey’s People

Watercolour portraits by John Dempsey of English street people made throughout the first half of the nineteenth century. 

When:Until Sunday 22 October
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Cost:Free
Go:NPG
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Workshop

Mindfulness Meditation

4 Week Mindfulness Meditation training with Lama Choedak Rinpoche. Classes are complimentary for Hotel Hotel guests.

When:Thursday, 17 August – Thursday, 7 September
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon
Cost:$15 drop-in, free for HH guests
Go:Sakya
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Exhibition

Rainbow’s End

A collection of artefacts from a possible future, curated by Heath Killen.

Works by Liane Rossler, Kevina Jo Smith, Helle Jorgensen, Racket, Valerie Restarick, Michael Gray, Dale Hardiman, SHHORN (Grace and Sean), Kate Rohde, Fred Fowler, Tracy Deep, and Dave Teer.

When:Saturday 12 August to Friday 6 October
Where:The Cabinets on the ground floor of Hotel Hotel
Cost:Free
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Exhibition

Namatjira: Painting Country

An exhibition of watercolour paintings by the late Western Arrarnta artist Albert Namatjira of his Country.

When:Opens 15 July
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Workshop

Meditation with Lidija

Calm abiding meditation sessions.

When:Every Tuesday, beginning 18 July, 6PM
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon (‘H’ level, directly above Palace Electric Cinema)
Cost:$10 drop-in / free for Hotel Hotel guests (just rock up and show your room or apartment key)
Go:Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra
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Exhibition

Mexican Modernism

Mexico after the Mexican Revolution and its subsequent independence from Spain. An exhibition of photographs that at once witnessed and created a new post-revolutionary identity.

When:Until Sunday 26 November
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Exhibition

Defying Empire

'Defying Empire' - the third national Indigenous art triennial.

When:From Friday 26 May to Sunday 10 September
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:NGA
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Performance

Fearless Comedy Gala

Hilarity for charity - a comedy gala, the proceeds for which go to the Domestic Violence Crisis Service. Last year's line up included Sammy J, Gretel Killeen, Jean Kittson and Adam Richards : )

When:Thursday 7 September from 7.30PM
Where:Canberra Theatre Centre
Cost:$49 / $99
Go:Tix
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Exhibition

Australian Impressionism

An exhibition of Australian Impressionist paintings from the likes of Tom Roberts, Charles Douglas Richardson and Arthur Streeton.

When:From Saturday 24 June
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Film

The Reel McCoy Film Club

Cult classics, timeless classics, and fringe dwelling gems. A really good film club.

When:Usually the second and last Sundays of each month at 1PM
Where:CMAG Theatre
Cost:$50 per annum
Go:Program
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Talk

Cézanne Lecture Series

A seres of seven lectures on Sundays about Paul Cézanne.

When:First Sunday of each month (except July)
Where:ANU School of Art and Design Lecture Theatre
Go:DHG
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The Vinyl Lounge

A safe place for vinyl addicts to come together share music and stories in pure analogue.

When:The first Friday of every month
Where:National Film and Sound Archive
Cost:Free
Go:NSFA
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Exhibition

Frank Stella

An exhibition of work by the master printer, Frank Stella. His work is described as a 'spring-loaded' mix of colour and form. BYO sunglasses.

When:Until June
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:NGA
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Italian Film Festival

Crime dramas, comedies, biopics, leading Italian actresses and of course love stories. The Italian Film Festival is on.

When:Tuesday 20 September to Wednesday 12 October
Where:Palace Electric Cinema
Go:LIFF
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Exhibition

Within Without

A major Skyspace by American artist James Turrell. It's a beauty - a pyramid, a stupa, a viewing chamber, an offering to and from the sun gods.

When:Every day at sunset and sunrise
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:NGA
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Workshop

Yoga with Odona

Yoga in the Shed. Classes are free for Hotel Hotel guests. Just ask for a code at reception and book online.

When:Monday 6.15PM to 7.30PM. Tuesday 12PM to 1PM, Wednesday 6.45AM to 7.45AM. Thursday 6.15PM to 7.30PM. Saturday 8AM to 9.15AM.
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon (‘H’ level, directly above Palace Electric Cinema)
Cost:$18 / free for Hotel Hotel guests (just ask reception for a booking code).
Go:Yoga
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Talk

Giving Up the Good Girl

Discuss how expectations for women are changing, how we are challenging and rejecting gender roles, and learning to give up being so damn nice. With Shu-Ling Chua, Rosanna Stevens and chair Louise Taylor.

When:Sunday 22 October
Where:Muse
Cost:$10
Go:TIX
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British Film Festival

New films from the British Isles. 

When:Wednesday 25 October to Sunday 12 November
Where:Palace Electric Cinema
Go:Program
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Italian Film Festival

New and old Italian cinema. 

When:September 14 – October 8
Where:Palace Electric Cinema
Go:Deets
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Performance

The Merchant of Venice: Bell Shakespeare

Money makes the world go around. Portia has it. Bassanio wants it. Shylock lends it. Antonio owes the value of it.

When:Friday 13 to Saturday 21 October
Where:Canberra Theatre
Cost:From $35
Go:Book
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Ali Barter

Indie rock with Ali Barter. 

When:Sunday 1 October from 10PM
Where:Transit Bar
Go:Deets
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YEO: Desire Path

Yeo's album launch - 'Desire Path' with Lonelyspeck + ŠŁĄČK

When:Saturday 7 October from 8 PM
Where:Transit Bar
Go:Tix
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The Big Vacation

Hip hop with Rapaport and P.Smurf, Mathas and our own Omar Musa, on The Big Vacation Tour across Australia.

When:Friday 20 October from 8 PM
Where:Transit Bar
Go:Deets
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Living Artefact Tour

Poet and hip-hopper, Luka Lesson and Kahl Wallis of The Medics have teamed up and are going on tour with 'Living Artefacts'. It's a strong and defiant hip-hop track that tells stories of their respective contemporary Greek and Indigenous songlines.

When:Saturday 14 October 8PM to 11PM
Where:Nishi Playhouse (hotel level of the Nishi building)
Cost:$12.50 pre-sale / $15 on the door
Go:Deets
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Phase One Intent: A Reflection on Morality

A live performance to a filmic accompaniment. With sound by Revival House and film by Alex Hobba, featuring Gustav Mahler's 'Kindertotenlieder' and Erich Wolfgang Korngold's 'Unvergänglichkeit Op. 27'.

When:Friday 27 and Saturday 28 October from 7PM
Where:Drill Hall Gallery
Cost:$15/$30
Go:More
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Exhibition

Dempsey’s People

Watercolour portraits by John Dempsey of English street people made throughout the first half of the nineteenth century. 

When:Until Sunday 22 October
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Cost:Free
Go:NPG
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Exhibition

Famiglia by Chrystal Rimmer

In 2015, Chrystal Rimmer spent nine weeks at Ikuntji Artists, an aboriginal artists centre situated in MacDonnell Ranges in the Northern Territory. Her experience sparked the creation of this new body of work, titled ‘Famiglia’.

When:Opens Friday 20 October at 6PM. On exhibition until Sunday 26 November
Where:Nishi Gallery
Cost:Free
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Meditations by Sacha Pola

Painted works that serve as a series of philosophical ruminations by Canberra artist Sacha Pola incorporating classical forms, heroes and motifs to convey, address and question universal themes.

When:Opens Friday 20 October at 6PM. On exhibition until Sunday 26 November.
Where:Nishi Gallery
Cost:Free
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One Day Shop by Pan After

Melbourne’s Pan After is holding a one-day object shop in our library on the ground floor.

When:Saturday 7 October from 10AM to 5PM
Where:The Library at Hotel Hotel
Go:Pan After
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Making Do: Utility Wear with Annie Wu

Annie Wu will teach you how to make a contemporary utilitarian uniform (that can be worn every day) - functional garments that reduce waste.

When:Sunday 22 October, 10AM – 1PM
Where:Mosaic room, Hotel Hotel
Cost:$45
Go:Tix
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Workshop

Meditation with Lidija

Calm abiding meditation sessions.

When:Every Tuesday, beginning 18 July, 6PM
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon (‘H’ level, directly above Palace Electric Cinema)
Cost:$10 drop-in / free for Hotel Hotel guests (just rock up and show your room or apartment key)
Go:Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra
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Exhibition

Mexican Modernism

Mexico after the Mexican Revolution and its subsequent independence from Spain. An exhibition of photographs that at once witnessed and created a new post-revolutionary identity.

When:Until Sunday 26 November
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Exhibition

Hyper Real

Humanity amplified. From eerily lifelike sculptures to out-of-this-world virtual reality, this exhibition charts the evolution of hyperrealism into the 21st century and asks ‘what makes us human?’.

When:Friday 20 October to Sunday 18 February
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Film

The Reel McCoy Film Club

Cult classics, timeless classics, and fringe dwelling gems. A really good film club.

When:Usually the second and last Sundays of each month at 1PM
Where:CMAG Theatre
Cost:$50 per annum
Go:Program
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Talk

Cézanne Lecture Series

A seres of seven lectures on Sundays about Paul Cézanne.

When:First Sunday of each month (except July)
Where:ANU School of Art and Design Lecture Theatre
Go:DHG
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Music

The Vinyl Lounge

A safe place for vinyl addicts to come together share music and stories in pure analogue.

When:The first Friday of every month
Where:National Film and Sound Archive
Cost:Free
Go:NSFA
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Exhibition

Frank Stella

An exhibition of work by the master printer, Frank Stella. His work is described as a 'spring-loaded' mix of colour and form. BYO sunglasses.

When:Until June
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:NGA
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Film

Italian Film Festival

Crime dramas, comedies, biopics, leading Italian actresses and of course love stories. The Italian Film Festival is on.

When:Tuesday 20 September to Wednesday 12 October
Where:Palace Electric Cinema
Go:LIFF
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Film

British Film Festival

New films from the British Isles. 

When:Wednesday 25 October to Sunday 12 November
Where:Palace Electric Cinema
Go:Program
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Exhibition

Famiglia by Chrystal Rimmer

In 2015, Chrystal Rimmer spent nine weeks at Ikuntji Artists, an aboriginal artists centre situated in MacDonnell Ranges in the Northern Territory. Her experience sparked the creation of this new body of work, titled ‘Famiglia’.

When:Opens Friday 20 October at 6PM. On exhibition until Sunday 26 November
Where:Nishi Gallery
Cost:Free
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Exhibition

Meditations by Sacha Pola

Painted works that serve as a series of philosophical ruminations by Canberra artist Sacha Pola incorporating classical forms, heroes and motifs to convey, address and question universal themes.

When:Opens Friday 20 October at 6PM. On exhibition until Sunday 26 November.
Where:Nishi Gallery
Cost:Free
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Talk

Object Subject

The first ever design writing conference - looking at the way that design speaks and the way we speak about design. Keynote speakers include - Alice Rawsthorn and Dana Tomic Hughes.

When:Friday 10 November and Saturday 11 November
Where:Shine Dome
Cost:TBC
Go:DCF
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Workshop

Meditation with Lidija

Calm abiding meditation sessions.

When:Every Tuesday, beginning 18 July, 6PM
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon (‘H’ level, directly above Palace Electric Cinema)
Cost:$10 drop-in / free for Hotel Hotel guests (just rock up and show your room or apartment key)
Go:Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra
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Exhibition

Mexican Modernism

Mexico after the Mexican Revolution and its subsequent independence from Spain. An exhibition of photographs that at once witnessed and created a new post-revolutionary identity.

When:Until Sunday 26 November
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Exhibition

Hyper Real

Humanity amplified. From eerily lifelike sculptures to out-of-this-world virtual reality, this exhibition charts the evolution of hyperrealism into the 21st century and asks ‘what makes us human?’.

When:Friday 20 October to Sunday 18 February
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Film

The Reel McCoy Film Club

Cult classics, timeless classics, and fringe dwelling gems. A really good film club.

When:Usually the second and last Sundays of each month at 1PM
Where:CMAG Theatre
Cost:$50 per annum
Go:Program
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Talk

Cézanne Lecture Series

A seres of seven lectures on Sundays about Paul Cézanne.

When:First Sunday of each month (except July)
Where:ANU School of Art and Design Lecture Theatre
Go:DHG
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Music

The Vinyl Lounge

A safe place for vinyl addicts to come together share music and stories in pure analogue.

When:The first Friday of every month
Where:National Film and Sound Archive
Cost:Free
Go:NSFA
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Workshop

Meditation with Lidija

Calm abiding meditation sessions.

When:Every Tuesday, beginning 18 July, 6PM
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon (‘H’ level, directly above Palace Electric Cinema)
Cost:$10 drop-in / free for Hotel Hotel guests (just rock up and show your room or apartment key)
Go:Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra
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Exhibition

Hyper Real

Humanity amplified. From eerily lifelike sculptures to out-of-this-world virtual reality, this exhibition charts the evolution of hyperrealism into the 21st century and asks ‘what makes us human?’.

When:Friday 20 October to Sunday 18 February
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:More
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Film

The Reel McCoy Film Club

Cult classics, timeless classics, and fringe dwelling gems. A really good film club.

When:Usually the second and last Sundays of each month at 1PM
Where:CMAG Theatre
Cost:$50 per annum
Go:Program
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Music

The Vinyl Lounge

A safe place for vinyl addicts to come together share music and stories in pure analogue.

When:The first Friday of every month
Where:National Film and Sound Archive
Cost:Free
Go:NSFA
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