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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.

Workshops

Monday 20 May 2019 – Thursday 20 May 2021

Jess Herrington video: 17 seconds
Jess Herrington video: 17 seconds
Jess Herrington video: 17 seconds
Jess Herrington video: 17 seconds
Sat 29 February

Digital Creator

1:00pm

Explore virtual identities by making a simple augmented reality experience in this Digital Creator workshop led by artist Jess Herrington.

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Digital Creator

Sat 29 Feb
1:00pm AEDT
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Simon Tedeschi unplugged, 2002 Cherry Hood
Simon Tedeschi unplugged, 2002 Cherry Hood
Simon Tedeschi unplugged, 2002 Cherry Hood
Simon Tedeschi unplugged, 2002 Cherry Hood
Sat 21 November

Watercolour demonstration with Cherry Hood

Virtual event: demonstration

11:30am

Artist Cherry Hood shows us her unique way of making large-scale watercolour portraits.

Free. Bookings required
FREE
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Watercolour demonstration with Cherry Hood

Virtual event: demonstration

Sat 21 Nov
11:30am AEDT
Bookings required
FREE
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Sat 21 November

Watercolour workshop with Cherry Hood

Virtual event: workshop

2:00pm

Working from a photograph of your choice, Cherry Hood will share her tips to help you hone your watercolour skills.

Free. Bookings required
FREE
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Watercolour workshop with Cherry Hood

Virtual event: workshop

Sat 21 Nov
2:00pm AEDT
Bookings required
FREE
V
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Study for John Bell as King Lear, 1998-2001 Nicholas Harding
Study for John Bell as King Lear, 1998-2001 Nicholas Harding
Study for John Bell as King Lear, 1998-2001 Nicholas Harding
Study for John Bell as King Lear, 1998-2001 Nicholas Harding
Sat 27 February

Focus on the face with Nicholas Harding

IRL drawing workshop

10:30am

Join us in the Gallery for an intimate drawing workshop with British-Australian artist Nicholas Harding.

Bookings required
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Focus on the face with Nicholas Harding

IRL drawing workshop

Sat 27 Feb
10:30am AEDT
Bookings required
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Study for John Bell as King Lear, 1998-2001 Nicholas Harding
Study for John Bell as King Lear, 1998-2001 Nicholas Harding
Study for John Bell as King Lear, 1998-2001 Nicholas Harding
Study for John Bell as King Lear, 1998-2001 Nicholas Harding
Sat 27 February

Focus on the face with Nicholas Harding

Virtual drawing workshop

2:00pm

Join us from wherever you are for an intimate, online drawing workshop with British-Australian artist Nicholas Harding.

Free. Bookings required
FREE
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Focus on the face with Nicholas Harding

Virtual drawing workshop

Sat 27 Feb
2:00pm AEDT
Bookings required
FREE
V
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Friday 21 May 2021 – Monday 22 May 2023

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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.