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  1. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Assisted Assisted tour
    Aug 21 10:30am An assisted tour of Stars of the Tokyo Stage for people with a disability and their carers. Related info
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free (bookings essential)
    Booking: (02) 6240 6517 or
  2. Motherwell | Workshops Making Motherwell
    Aug 23 11:00am – 4:00pm Booked Out Join Emilie Owens, Curator, International Prints and Drawings, for an overview of the exhibition and screen printing workshop at Megalo Print Studio + Gallery, and create a Motherwell-inspired print. Related info
  3. Permanent collection | Tours Rendezvous with art
    Aug 25 10:00am Learn about works of art on display. Enjoy refreshments in the Members Lounge before joining voluntary guides to discuss selected works of art.
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : $12, $10 members/concession
  4. Permanent collection | Members Members Book Club: 'Gertrude' by Hassan Najmi
    Aug 27 10:15am Members get the opportunity to engage with current exhibitions and the Gallery's collection. This season's book is Gertrude by Hassan Najmi. A special 20% discount is available on this title at the NGA Shop. Facilitated by Claudia Hyles.
    Venue: NGA Bookshop
    Price : $12
  5. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Tours Private viewing for carers
    Aug 27 10:30am A private viewing for carers of the exhibition Stars of the Tokyo stage, presented in partnership with Carers ACT. Related info
    Venue: Meet in main foyer
    Price : Free (bookings essential)
    Booking: (02) 6296 9900
  6. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Kids & Family Tales for the very young
    Aug 28 10:30am – 11:30am Booked Out (ages 3-5) Margie Kevin, Gallery educator, leads an interactive story-based experience within the exhibition Stars of the Tokyo stage. Related info
  7. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Performances Live Kabuki performance: Sukeroku and the cherry blossoms of Edo
    Aug 30 3:00pm – 4:30pm Za Kabuki, the Australian National University's long-standing kabuki troupe, perform this popular Kabuki drama, directed by Shun Ikeda from ANU's Japan Centre. See Synopsis & Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : $15, $10 members/concession, $8 children (under 16)
  8. Special event | Performances Boundless: Australian String Quartet concert
    Aug 31 2:00pm – 4:00pm Three masterpieces stand tall, shouldering their differences and similarities in a performance of music from Haydn, Beethoven and Bartok.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $65, $60 concession, $55 members, $30 (under 30)