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The National Portrait Gallery acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and to Elders both past and present.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this website contains images of deceased persons.

What's on

Monday 1 July – Tuesday 30 July 2019

Wed 3 July

Professional Development for teachers and museum educators

3:30am

NAIDOC week celebrations, 2019 - Celebrating and responding to lived experiences of our First Peoples through portraiture.

Bookings required

Professional Development for teachers and museum educators

Wed 3 Jul
3:30am
Bookings required
Winter Festival 2017 at NPG
Winter Festival 2017 at NPG
Winter Festival 2017 at NPG
Winter Festival 2017 at NPG
Thu 4 July

Little faces at the NMA

9:30am; 10:30am

Little children and their parent/carer are invited to join a Learning Facilitator for playful activities. Over winter, we will visit the National Museum of Australia and look at Minyma Punu Kungkarangkalpa (Seven Sisters Tree Women), by the Tjampi Desert Weavers. There will be singing, movement and drawing.

Bookings required
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Little faces at the NMA

Thu 4 Jul
9:30am; 10:30am
Bookings required
F
Winter Festival 2017 at NPG
Winter Festival 2017 at NPG
Winter Festival 2017 at NPG
Winter Festival 2017 at NPG
Fri 5 July

Little faces at the NMA

9:30am; 10:30am

Little children and their parent/carer are invited to join a Learning Facilitator for playful activities. Over winter, we will visit the National Museum of Australia and look at Minyma Punu Kungkarangkalpa (Seven Sisters Tree Women), by the Tjampi Desert Weavers. There will be singing, movement and drawing.

Bookings required
F

Little faces at the NMA

Fri 5 Jul
9:30am; 10:30am
Bookings required
F
Thu 11 July

Story time at OPH

10:30am

Rug up and join us for a pop-up story time at Old Parliament House. Listen to the story My Tree and Me by Jo Witek and create your own visual response.

Bookings required
F

Story time at OPH

Thu 11 Jul
10:30am
Bookings required
F
Mal Meninga, 2009 by Cathy Weiszmann
Mal Meninga, 2009 by Cathy Weiszmann
Mal Meninga, 2009 by Cathy Weiszmann
Mal Meninga, 2009 by Cathy Weiszmann
Sun 21 July

Outdoor portrait conversations

Mal Meninga by Cathy Weiszmann

1:30pm

Meet for slow looking and sketching at selected public art portraits, facilitated by members of the National Portrait Gallery Access and Learning team.

Bookings required
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Outdoor portrait conversations

Mal Meninga by Cathy Weiszmann

Sun 21 Jul
1:30pm
Bookings required
G
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Fri 26 July

Hyperconnected virtual tour

11:30am; 2:30pm

Join us virtually on a live highlights tour, from the comfort of your own home. Ask questions, see the collection, and hear some of the stories behind the portraits.

Free. Bookings required
FREE
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Hyperconnected virtual tour

Fri 26 Jul
11:30am; 2:30pm
Bookings required
FREE
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More events

Wednesday 31 July – Thursday 29 August 2019

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The National Portrait Gallery acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and to Elders both past and present.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this website contains images of deceased persons.