The Museum of Australian Democracy is pleased to sponsor a special category in this year’s challenge ‘Australian Democracy: Defining Moments’.
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In January the Museum of Australian Democracy (MoAD) ran a series of workshops in which children of all ages created their own version of a Federation arch—out of Lego!
Following in the footsteps of the museum’s popular Uncensored Conversations series is a special one off collaboration with SBS’s Immigration Nation.
This holiday break you’re all invited to the Museum of Australia Democracy for a 45 minute workshop to build your version of a Federation Arch with Lego.
On 23 November 2010, the National History Challenge Awards ceremony was held at Australian Parliament House. The Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth, The Hon Peter Garrett, AM, MP, and the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, The Hon Warren Snowdon, MP presented prizes along with representatives from the sponsoring cultural institutions.
Exhibition on display at MoADOPH from 9 December 2010 – 20 March 2011.
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House was named best tourism operation under the Heritage and Cultural Tourism category at the 2010 Canberra and Capital Region Tourism Awards, held on 2 December 2010.
1-2 December 2011 Old Parliament House, Canberra A national conference hosted by The University of Melbourne and the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.
‘In the hype surrounding the digitisation of archives, it is sometimes forgotten how enjoyable it can be to see and read original documents.’
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House has recently acquired a rare pamphlet by the Polish Marxist Rosa Luxembourg for its research collection.
Visit the Museum of Australian Democracy for your chance to win!
Can you build the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House out of blocks? Join this fun tour and at the end, create your own version of the building using blocks.
UN Democracy Day is celebrated on 15 September.
Experience the beautiful sound of more than 80 voices as they fill King’s Hall and the House of Representatives Chamber at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.
Australia’s only hung parliament in the first century of Federation, resulted from the wartime election of 1940.
Dr Anna Cole, one of this year’s recipients of an Australian Prime Ministers Centre Fellowship, has produced a 30-minute documentary film about the first national Aboriginal debutante ball entitled ‘Dancing with the Prime Minister’.
The APMC catalogue has been uploaded to Trove, the National Library’s discovery service that enables you to search online across hundreds of Australian collections.
The challenge of being in parliamentary opposition is explored in the recently opened Opposition Party Room and the Leader of the Opposition’s Office at the Museum of Australian Democracy.
Blueprint for a Better World – a Caritas Australia exhibition in partnership with AusAID at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House