As partners in both art and life, Cate & Rob Riley work collaboratively in a variety of traditional and contemporary media to explore aspects of their own conjugal relationship
Photograph: Cate & Rob Riley
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This exhibition explores the act of imagination, looking back over the past 100 years in Canberra, and forward into our future.
Photograph: Dianne Firth
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Susanne Ilschner assumes different view points on the issue of living in a place or culture different from the one a person has first learned to live.
Photograph: Susanne Ilschner
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Receive invitations to Friends events, discounted entry to workshops and concerts presented by the Arts Centre and discounts on purchases at the kiosk and merchandise - plus much more.
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Our new program is available now, featuring all new classes and workshops, exhibitions, concerts, markets and more. Pick yours up and discover something special at your new home for arts and creativity!
Photograph: Elizabeth Kelly
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Applications due Tuesday 18 June
Come along to the new jewel of Lake Ginninderra! Our gallery regularly showcases the varied talents of local contemporary artists, with a new exhibition to see every three to four weeks. Feeling creative? Why not enrol in one of our fantastic range of creative workshops, or find your inner rhythm in our gorgeous dance studio. There's something for everyone, no matter what takes your fancy. We'd love to meet you, so come on down, enjoy a quiet cup of coffee and take in the panoramic lakeside views from our stunning foyer.
Belconnen Arts Centre is located at 118 Emu Bank, Belconnen and is open between 10:00am-5:00pm Tuesday-Sunday.
The building is situated on the foreshore of Lake Ginninderra in northwest Canberra in the ACT, Australia's National Capital. More about the building...
This page last modified: Monday 3 June 2013