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Strings in the Salon: Brahms’ Clarinet Quintet, Op.115

Johannes Brahms' 'Clarinet Quintet, Op.115' performed by the Canberra Symphony Orchestra with a two course lunch and sparkling or simple entry.

When:Sunday 25 February from 1PM to 3PM
Where:Monster kitchen and bar
Cost:$85 (with lunch) or $25 (simple entry)
Go:Tix
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Film

Australia for UNHCR preview of Ai Weiwei’s Human Flow

An exclusive Canberra preview of Human Flow, a new feature documentary by artist, activist and directors,Ai Weiwei.

When:Wednesday 28 February from 6.30PM to 9.30PM
Where:Palace Cinema
Cost:$15
Go:TIX
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Eat Drink

That’s So Vegan #3 – Korean Vegan Banquet

Korean "Han Jung Sik" Vegan Banquet. No need to order, sit down and let the chefs fill your table with a great assortment of Korean vegan banquet dishes for only $39. 

When:Monday 26 February
Where:Lazy Su
Cost:$39
Go:TIX
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Exhibition

Drawings by John Forrester Clack

The act of drawing, mark making and surface materiality are for John Forrester Clack a place where he can explore the incarnation of the word Amen – ‘So Be It’. Through exploration and experimentation, he has been working to see if he could be in the ‘now’, without fear of failures of the past or do

When:From Saturday 17 February to Thursday 29 March
Where:Belconnen Arts Centre
Go:FB
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The In Between

A photographic exhibition by Madeline Bishop that explores the construction of women’s identities and the development of relationships within domestic space.

When:Until Sunday 25 February
Where:Photo Access
Go:PA
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Music

Late Night Last Friday – Concrete Grind

LATE NIGHT LAST FRIDAY - a monthly vinyl set on the last Friday of the month at Monster with MANILA FOLDER. This time, MF will be playing hip hop r'n'b electro funk vinyls.

When:Friday 23 February from 9.30PM until late
Where:Monster kitchen and bar
Cost:Free
Go:FB
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The Magic of Country

‘The Magic of Country’ is an exhibition of painted and collage works by David Lancashire. It presents more than 50 works connected to a larger body of over 200 works started on a long ago trip to MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs.

When:Opens Friday 2 February at 6PM. On exhibition until Sunday 11 March, Wed to Sun 10AM to 3PM.
Where:Nishi Gallery
Cost:Free
Go:NG
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If You Were Buried For A Thousand Years

If you were buried for a thousand years even you would be priceless. An exhibition by Alex Hobba, Patrick Larmour, Rosalind Lemoh, Darren Nedza, Timothy Phillips, Leila el Rayes and Camille Thomas.

When:From Thursday 8 Feb to Sunday 25 Feb
Where:M16 Artspace
Go:FB
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Urban Instabilities

An exhibition of works by Phil Page and Katie Hayne that investigate the changes in Canberra’s urban landscape. Some works show the layers of change concurrently, others focus almost lyrically on what has gone or remains, and others incorporate what might have been.

When:From Thursday 8 to Sunday 25 Feb
Where:ANCA Gallery
Go:FB
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Infinite Conversations

Works from the Gallery's collection that consider the creative practice of artists from mainland China and Hong Kong, a number of whom settled in Australia following the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests.

When:Until Sunday 8 July
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:NGA
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Angelica Mesiti

Five recent works by Angelica Mesiti. Mesiti has long been fascinated by performance: as a mode of storytelling and a means to express social ideas in physical form.

When:Until Sunday 2 April
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:NGA
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Art Déco

An exhibition about the Art Déco style of visual arts, architecture and design and the Australian artists that sought to reposition Australia's identity post WWI.

When:Opens Friday 16 February
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:NGA
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David Hockney prints

An exhibition of painter David Hockney's printmaking practice with key works from the Gallery's extensive collection. 

When:Until Sunday 27 May
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:NGA
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Russian Avant-Garde

A century after the 1917 October Revolution the National Gallery has drawn on its significant collection of Russian avant-garde art to mount a display that acknowledges the importance of one the 20th century’s most politically contentious and artistically ambitious historic periods.

When:Until 29 January
Where:National Gallery of Australia
Go:NGA
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Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits

A collection of portraits emerging from 100 years of Australian movies. It features Australian actors and iconic films and highlights the lesser-known early years of the Australian film industry. 

When:From Friday 10 November to Sunday 4 March
Where:National Portrait Gallery
Go:NPG
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Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters

An exhibition that attempts to tells the stories of the Seven Sisters Dreaming by using Indigenous ways of passing on knowledge. The Seven Sisters songlines are among the most significant of the extensive creation tracks that crisscross Australia. 

When:Until 25 February
Where:National Museum of Australia
Go:NMA
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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