Treasures of the National Capital
Uncover some of the hidden gems of Canberra with private curator-led visits to a selection of Australia’s leading national cultural and artistic institutions.
Enjoy an exclusive, after-hours viewing of the National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition, From Shakespeare to Winehouse, on loan from the National Portrait Gallery, London, and delight in a special private dinner in the Gallery’s sleek halls, designed by Johnson Pilton Walker.
Spend a day exploring the National Gallery of Australia with tour leader Alan Dodge AM, who was a former senior curator of the European and American collection at the Gallery, discovering iconic pieces of the permanent collection and hearing some of the stories behind the Gallery’s international acquisitions. Encounter the work of contemporary First Nations artists at the National Indigenous Art Triennial, and appreciate the life and work of Jeffrey Smart at an expansive exhibition.
Go behind the scenes at Parliament House with a private tour of the impressive art collection, and enjoy fine meals at the national capital’s highly-regarded restaurants.
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This tour is part of the World Art Tours program organised by the Art Gallery Society of NSW in partnership with Renaissance Tours.