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A VIBRANT PLACE IN
THE HEART OF THE CIT Y,
CANBERRA MUSEUM AND
GALLERY EXPLORES THE
REGION’S SOCIAL HISTORY
AND VISUAL ARTS WITH
DYNAMIC EXHIBITIONS AND
PROGRAMS AND EVENTS.
CANBERRA STORIES GALLERY
The Canberra region has a dual history as both a
community and the national capital. For thousands
of years people have made this area their home,
Canberra is now better known as Australia’s capital
city. Some of the stories that make up these
intertwined histories are presented in this exhibition.
Explore the history of Canberra through those
buildings which, for a variety of reasons, have
been lost, salvaged and repurposed during the
last 100 years.
A collection of pigs of all shapes and sizes
from figurines to flying pigs.
NOLAN COLLECTION GALLERY @ CMAG
View the entire collection of works from the
Foundation Collection in the new dedicated gallery
space at CMAG. Now on permanent display, the
collection includes iconic works from the Kelly series
along with early St Kilda works and the first work in
the Burke and Wills series.
SELECTIONS FROM THE NOLAN
From 4 December
This exhibition looks at Nolan’s deep interest in the
French poet, Arthur Rimbaud, and how this interest
is expressed in works from the ‘Illuminations’ series.
Canberra Museum and Gallery
Cnr London Circuit & Civic Square
Tel. 6207 3968
Tuesday–Friday > 10.00am – 5 .00pm
Saturday–Sunday > 12.00 – 5 .00pm
ACT M&G is part of the Cultural Facilities Corporation
which is an ACT Government Agency
Sidney NOLAN: Kelly 1946
Ripolin on strawboard 63.5 X 76.1
In the City Summer
Monday November 29, 2010
before heading to the UK for work and study. After
seven years of damp grey mornings and stress, the
change down under is as good as a holiday.
“The main reason for me to get out of the UK was the
whole lifestyle – the lack of time to spend with my wife and
my baby,’’ he says.
“In Canberra the sunshine is the best thing. That is the
one thing that gives me fuel for my life. You can say I’m like a
“When I see the sun I get energy and I can work much
better. It gives me freshness in my brain and freshness in
my work. In England every day in the morning you wake up
and see the grey sun. You don’t feel like getting up or doing
When the chance came to pull up stumps and move his
family from London so he could work on London Circuit, he
seized it. And although he has only been here a couple of
months he is relishing his new life.
“All of a sudden we got a lifetime opportunity to go,’’ he
“I feel the lifestyle here is more like my lifestyle when I was
growing up, and I’m more than happy to provide the same
sort of scenario of more space for my baby.’’
From his home in Cook he can drive through the “forest’’
along Belconnen Way to his office in Civic and get whatever
“The greenery has been preserved really well,’’ he says.
“We come out of the concrete jungle but here it is like a forest
While his 18-month-old daughter is enjoying the sounds of
birds for the first time in their Northside suburban home, he is
realising the diversity of Canberra’s business sector.
As a manager of office space in the city, Kaushik confesses
he expected Australia’s capital to be dominated by political
operatives, but he has been pleasantly surprised.
“There are different people here, it is not all politicians like
Washington,’’ he says. “My forecasting was that it would be
more political but you have so many different people, which
Canberra’s cosmopolitan piazzas, relaxed vibrancy and
bushland full of native fauna have proved to be just the right
fit for this Indian-born business manager.
The move to the capital is Kaushik’s first taste of Australia
and while he hasn’t been to any other major cities he says he
is more than satisfied with what he’s found.
“All I know is Canberra, and as far as I’m concerned this is
Australia, and I love it.”
He has travelled from London’s concrete jungle to settle in Australia’s
bush capital with his young family – and he loves it. BY MARK SAWA
“We come out
of the concrete
jungle but here
it is like a forest
Ex-Londoner Swaroop Kaushik finds life on London
Circuit a welcome change of pace.
Photo: Rohan Thomson
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