Congratulations to Stasia Dabrowski, Canberra’s local hero in the Courage to Care exhibition. Do you have a local hero in your community?
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One of our goals in displaying the 2011 political cartoons in the Behind the Lines exhibition is to provide family-specific content and activities for visitors to enjoy regardless of age.
The Museum of Australian Democracy is searching for an image of Ada Jane Watson (nee Lowe), who was the wife of Prime Minister John Watson.
In June 2011 the museum commissioned a significant artwork as a focal point for its Designing Democracy exhibition which celebrates the 1901 Federation of the Commonwealth of Australia.
The Living Democracy exhibition explores how people have shaped and contributed to democracy in Australia, and how we can each actively generate the changes we want to see. The stories in this exhibition demonstrate the diversity of ways in which people can have their voices heard, whether it be through a protest or a petition, at the ballot box or through art and music.
The Museum of Australian Democracy’s Living Democracy exhibition features the voices of a wide range of Australians – including the little voices that sometimes may not be heard.
Wendy Harmer—comedian, journalist and broadcaster, has recently launched a new women’s blog—The Hoopla.
The Museum of Australian Democracy is displaying a selection of work by renowned artist Penny Byrne.
Mrs Prime Minister – Public Image, Private Lives opens 23 July at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.
Exhibition on display at MoADOPH from 9 December 2010 – 20 March 2011.
Visit the Museum of Australian Democracy for your chance to win!
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
Just as visitors to museums may develop an attachment to certain objects, so too do curators. Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House curator Corinne Perkins loves the Cromwell coin, which dates back to the period of the English Civil Wars (1642-52).
The last prime minister to serve in the House - the Hon RJL Hawke AC - in the exhibition Australian Democracy - More than 2000 Years in the Making.
On 15 November, the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House will be holding the second of our interactive role playing tours, reconstructing the final hours of the Whitlam government by retracing the steps of the key players.
Democracy isn’t something we have, it’s something we do. This is the premise behind the new exhibition Living Democracy: The Power of the People.
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House opened on the weekend of 9 May 2009.
The official opening of the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House will be from 11.00am – 11.30am on 9 May on the front steps of Old Parliament House.
Our exhibition website, Billy Hughes at War, has finished runner up in the 2008 McFarlane Prize for excellence in Australian web design.