On Saturday 26 November, you’re invited to the launch of Cold Light, the latest novel by well-known Australian writer, Frank Moorhouse.
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The dedication and commitment of long serving Museum of Australian Democracy volunteers was acknowledged at a special presentation on Friday 16 September, 2011.
Last Wednesday 14 September, the museum hosted 53 students from local schools participating in the ACT Constitutional Convention.
Come along to the Museum of Australian Democracy in the October school holidays to answer this intriguing question at the ‘Hats Off to Democracy’ workshop.
Forget speed dating, it’s all about speed debating here at the Museum of Australian Democracy.
On 15 September, the Museum of Australian Democracy is supporting the United Nations International Day of Democracy.
On Thursday 1 September, the Museum of Australian Democracy will host the Australian launch of ‘William Hughes: Australia’ by Professor Carl Bridge.
On 1-2 December 2011 the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, together with the University of Melbourne, will host a national conference on Women, Leadership and Democracy in Australia.
Visit the Museum of Australian Democracy in the July school holidays. Make your own Coat of Arms, meet the Serjeant-at-Arms and go on a treasure hunt through the museum.
You are invited to have cupcakes with the Queen! Join the Federation celebrations as the museum’s Queen hosts a right royal morning tea in King’s Hall.
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House (MoAD) is proud to announce its participation in Canberra’s inaugural Enlighten event.
Premiering over four nights this year on March 11, 12, 18 and 19, Australia’s capital will come alive with sound and colour. To celebrate, MoAD is extending its opening hours until 8pm from 11- 16, and 19 March.
The stunning foreshore of Lake Burley Griffin will be transformed into a festive hub, abuzz with an exciting program of major concerts by international artists — surrounded by spectacular lighting effects canvassed across the facades of the surrounding national attractions.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The third and final event of our Uncensored Conversations, ‘Freedom of speech and censorship: How free are we?’ was held at 6pm in King’s Hall at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, Canberra on 15 June 2010.