Shake up your week and experience Canberra After Dark @Enlighten Festival. Join curator Dr Laura Cook (National Museum of Australia), cultural strategist Cara Kirkwood (National Gallery of Australia) and art historian Professor Christopher McAuliffe (Australian National University), to explore the changing face of the Historic Memorials Collection and how art tells our political stories.
Presented by: Australian Parliament House Tickets: Free, with registered ticket Where: Australian Parliament House, Main Committee Room When: March 16, 5pm (2hrs) Not suitable for children. Meet outside main building entrance. The public conversation will be followed by drinks (cash bar) on the Queens Terrace and Gallery
Venue Information Please arrive at Parliament House at least 15 minutes prior to the start time and allow time for parking and clearance through security screening. For security purposes at the Australian Parliament House, ticket holders MUST present photo identification and their ticket prior to commencing their tour/event. In the event a patron does not have these, they will be unable to participate in their tour/event.
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5:00pm - 7:00pm
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