Free introduction to the exhibition.
Explore portraits through drawing and creative activity in the galleries.
Free activities inspired by Floriade and the National Portrait Gallery Collection for families to enjoy together.
Draw while listening to Tony Hunter's folk music on banjo, mandolin and guitar.
New members of our Circle of Friends are invited to a free introductory tour of the Gallery.
Little children and their carer join a Learning Facilitator for playful activities in the galleries.
Listen to the story The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt and create your own visual response.
Kids is an American teen drama film written by Harmony Korine and directed by Larry Clark.
Red Note Ensemble and Canberra’s Griffyn Ensemble perform works by composers from Scotland, Ireland, and Australia exploring homelessness and the arrival of refugees.
Enjoy all the benefits of belonging to this vibrant, creative gallery!
Hold your event in one of our gorgeous spaces, day or evening
All about our history, building, employment and governance
Wherever you are, the app is a great way to explore our collection
Unwind and enjoy freshly prepared foods to suit all tastes and dietary requirements.
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