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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.

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

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Exhibition

Entangled Mysteries

Entangled Mysteries' is a new body of three-dimensional textile works and drawings by Sally Blake.

When:19 October - 5 November 2017
Where:M16 Artspace
Cost:Free
Go:Facebook
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Exhibition

Dombrovskis: Journeys into the Wild

Peter Dombrovskis was one of the world's foremost wilderness photographers. His images of the Tasmanian wilderness had a lasting impact, changing the way Australians think about their environment. The library has printed 70 of the best for this exhibition.

When:Until Tuesday 30 January
Where:National Library of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:NLA
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Music

Raave Tapes ‘k bye’ tour

On the back of their hot nü single 'k bye', Newcastle's RAAVE TAPES are embarking on their biggest ever lap of the country to play some shows and hug their friends ♥ 

When:Thursday 26 October at 8PM
Where:Transit Bar
Go:Deets
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A Construct: Dylan Smyth

An exhibition by Newcastle-based emerging artist Dylan Smyth. Presenting what at first appear to be two-dimensional printed photographs of relatively mundane built spaces these images are not as they initially appear.

When:Thursday 12 October to Sunday 5 November
Where:PhotoAccess
Go:Deets
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Other People’s Lives: Hardy Lohse

An exhibition by Canberra-based emerging artist Hardy Lohse. It is a documentary project involving people living in public housing in Canberra as Housing ACT undertakes its urban renewal program.

When:Thursday 12 October to Sunday 5 November
Where:PhotoAccess
Go:Deets
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Nicholas Harding: 28 portraits

A small exhibition that shows the diversity in the portraits of this intelligent, industrious artist, Nicholas Harding.

When:Until Sunday 26 November
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Go:NPG
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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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Performance

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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Famiglia: Oh Holy Father 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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Legendary by Sacha Pola

Painted works that serve as a series of philosophical ruminations by Canberra artist Sacha Pola that wrestle between the classical and the contemporary highlighting that many of the social concerns mused over by early civilisations are as relevant today as they were back then.

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

Canberra Modern with Rebecca Hawcroft

Author Rebecca Hawcroft will talk about her research into some of Canberra’s many fascinating émigré stories in relation to the 'other' designers, architects and photographers that have shaped Australian modernism as we know it today.

When:Tuesday 14 November at 6PM
Where:University House, ANU
Go:Canberra Modern
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Exhibition

Entangled Mysteries

Entangled Mysteries' is a new body of three-dimensional textile works and drawings by Sally Blake.

When:19 October - 5 November 2017
Where:M16 Artspace
Cost:Free
Go:Facebook
Shortlist+ Remove

Exhibition

Dombrovskis: Journeys into the Wild

Peter Dombrovskis was one of the world's foremost wilderness photographers. His images of the Tasmanian wilderness had a lasting impact, changing the way Australians think about their environment. The library has printed 70 of the best for this exhibition.

When:Until Tuesday 30 January
Where:National Library of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:NLA
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Music

Lime Cordiale: Permanent Vacation tour

Brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach: Lime Cordiale are cramming into the tour bus. This will be good.

When:Friday 24 November from 8PM
Where:Transit Bar
Go:Deets
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The Belligerents

Brisbane's The Belligerents are on tour with worldly psych-pop.

When:Thursday 9 November from 8PM
Where:Transit Bar
Go:Deets
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Reggae: Lyall Moloney

Reggae trapper Lyall Moloney is about to release his sophomore mixtape. He's taking it on the road. Skank scared curvaceous trap beats click along with L¥MØ’s melted lyricism on LBTC.

When:Thursday 2 November from 8PM
Where:Transit Bar
Go:Deets
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Exhibition

A Construct: Dylan Smyth

An exhibition by Newcastle-based emerging artist Dylan Smyth. Presenting what at first appear to be two-dimensional printed photographs of relatively mundane built spaces these images are not as they initially appear.

When:Thursday 12 October to Sunday 5 November
Where:PhotoAccess
Go:Deets
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Exhibition

Other People’s Lives: Hardy Lohse

An exhibition by Canberra-based emerging artist Hardy Lohse. It is a documentary project involving people living in public housing in Canberra as Housing ACT undertakes its urban renewal program.

When:Thursday 12 October to Sunday 5 November
Where:PhotoAccess
Go:Deets
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A Lunch for ‘The Other Moderns’

A shared meal to celebrate 'The Other Moderns', a 300-page book of stories about little-known émigré architects, interior designers and furniture makers who fled Europe in World War II. With Mother Tongue and the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.

When:Sunday 12 November from 12PM to 3.30PM
Where:Monster kitchen and bar
Cost:Tickets $95, $15 of which will go to the Asylum Seeker Resources Centre. Includes lunch and a glass of sparkling on arrival.
Go:Tickets
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Exhibition

Nicholas Harding: 28 portraits

A small exhibition that shows the diversity in the portraits of this intelligent, industrious artist, Nicholas Harding.

When:Until Sunday 26 November
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Go:NPG
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Shop

Goodspeed Swap Meet

Come sell, swap or buy bike bits and whole bikes. 

When:First Sunday of the month from 12PM to 2PM
Where:Goodspeed bike shop, Kendall Lane in NewActon
Cost:Free
Go:Goodspeed
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Music

Day of the Dead Fiesta

Fam friendly Dia de Muertos - live music with Los Chavos, market and food stalls, piñatas, face painting and Mexican wrestling by Lucha Fantastica.

When:Saturday 4 November from 12.30PM to 11.45PM
Where:Ainslie Arts Centre
Go:DDM
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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: Oh Holy Father 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

Legendary by Sacha Pola

Painted works that serve as a series of philosophical ruminations by Canberra artist Sacha Pola that wrestle between the classical and the contemporary highlighting that many of the social concerns mused over by early civilisations are as relevant today as they were back then.

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
Shortlist+ Remove

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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Performance

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

Dombrovskis: Journeys into the Wild

Peter Dombrovskis was one of the world's foremost wilderness photographers. His images of the Tasmanian wilderness had a lasting impact, changing the way Australians think about their environment. The library has printed 70 of the best for this exhibition.

When:Until Tuesday 30 January
Where:National Library of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:NLA
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Music

The Cactus Channel: Stay a While tour

Melbourne's The Cactus Channel: an instrumental soul and funk band turned wild. A little darker than before; diving in deep to dreamlike soundtracks, electrifying wig-outs and woozy meditations.

When:Saturday December 2 from 8PM
Where:Transit Bar
Go:Deets
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Exhibition

Digital Portraiture Award

Digital portraiture -  works that dissect a little piece of a person. 

When:Friday 1 December to Sunday 18 February 2018
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Go:NPG
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Eat Drink

Christmas lunch at Monster

The Monster is cooking up nine courses for our shared Christmas lunch. Because they love spending Christmas day in the kitchen (seriously, they're really excited about the ham.) There will be all vegetarian options and the choice of matching wines.

When:Monday 25 December
Where:Monster kitchen and bar
Cost:Lunch is $170 and matching wines $65.
Go:Tickets
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Shop

Goodspeed Swap Meet

Come sell, swap or buy bike bits and whole bikes. 

When:First Sunday of the month from 12PM to 2PM
Where:Goodspeed bike shop, Kendall Lane in NewActon
Cost:Free
Go:Goodspeed
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Exhibition

‘New Documents’ by Bartolomeo Celestino

'New Documents (all true things are equal)' presents formally and poetically charged sequences of abstract natural constructs as part of a larger meditative practice by Bartolomeo Celestino.

When:Opens Friday 1 December at 6PM. On exhibition until Sunday 28 January
Where:Nishi Gallery
Cost:Free
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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
Shortlist+ Remove

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
Shortlist+ Remove

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
Shortlist+ Remove

Performance

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
Shortlist+ Remove

Exhibition

Dombrovskis: Journeys into the Wild

Peter Dombrovskis was one of the world's foremost wilderness photographers. His images of the Tasmanian wilderness had a lasting impact, changing the way Australians think about their environment. The library has printed 70 of the best for this exhibition.

When:Until Tuesday 30 January
Where:National Library of Australia
Cost:Free
Go:NLA
Shortlist+ Remove

Exhibition

Digital Portraiture Award

Digital portraiture -  works that dissect a little piece of a person. 

When:Friday 1 December to Sunday 18 February 2018
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Go:NPG
Shortlist+ Remove

Exhibition

‘New Documents’ by Bartolomeo Celestino

'New Documents (all true things are equal)' presents formally and poetically charged sequences of abstract natural constructs as part of a larger meditative practice by Bartolomeo Celestino.

When:Opens Friday 1 December at 6PM. On exhibition until Sunday 28 January
Where:Nishi Gallery
Cost:Free
Shortlist+ Remove

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
Shortlist+ Remove

Exhibition

Digital Portraiture Award

Digital portraiture -  works that dissect a little piece of a person. 

When:Friday 1 December to Sunday 18 February 2018
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Go:NPG
Shortlist+ Remove

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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