24th - 26th August 2018
Power, Politics, Passion

Venues

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National Museum of Australia

The National Museum of Australia tells Australian stories, exploring the land, nation and people through its compelling collections, unique objects and original programs. A rich and diverse array of sights and sounds brings our Indigenous histories and cultures, European settlement and our interaction with the environment to life.

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Australian National University

ANU is a world-leading university in Australia’s capital. Its focus on research as an asset supporting a world-class education makes its graduates in demand across the globe for their ability to understand today’s challenges and apply vision and creativity in devising solutions. ANU’s historic lakeside campus caters to a variety of disciplines and is currently being redeveloped to make its open spaces, theatres, cafes and bars even better.

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National Library of Australia

The National Library of Australia supports learning, creative and intellectual endeavour and the vitality of Australian culture and heritage through its collection and preservations of nationally-significant documentary materials, along with significant non-Australian library materials. It has a strong national focus and cooperates with others who share its goals, including through collaborative arrangements with other libraries and information providers.

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National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery of Australia is Canberra’s youngest cultural institution and celebrates the culture, history and diversity of Australians through portraiture. The face of the nation is on display through around 400 pieces of Australia’s portrait collection. It exists to increase the understanding and appreciation of the Australian people – including our identity and creativity – through portraiture.

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Museum of Australian Democracy

The Museum of Australian Democracy brings democracy to life and helps people to understand Australia’s social and political history by interpreting the past and present and exploring the future. Housed inside the iconic and beloved Old Parliament House, it helps visitors to explore Australia's past and present social and political changes, while suggesting possible futures.

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Realm Precinct

The Realm Precinct in booming Barton, just down the hill from Parliament House, includes some of Canberra's most popular restaurants and award-winning hotels. Hotel Realm is at the centre of the precinct, with the Burbury Hotel & Apartments, Little National Hotel, Brassey Hotel, Pinnacle Apartments, and a dazzling array of top dining options completing the precinct.

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