Ancient Societies

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Who’s Afraid of Colour? NGV Showcasing Indigenous Creativity

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Who’s Afraid of Colour? is a new exhibition at NGV Australia in Melbourne showcasing works produced by indigenous women at the vanguard of contemporary practice

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South Africa: The Art of a Nation – The British Museum

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The British Museum at London’s new exhibition South Africa: The Art of a Nation traces the evolution of South Africa and its people through 100,000 years of art

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MPavilion – Beauty of Form for Thinking, Making and Seeing

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MPavilion opposite the NGV in Queen Victoria Gardens Melbourne is the perfect place to enjoy exciting events taking place in summer from October 5 – February 18

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, 1964
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Italian Jewels: Bulgari Style – Star Power Glamour at NGV

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The National Gallery of Victoria exhibition Italian Jewels: Bulgari Style is a riot of colour dazzling love jewellery that’s a changing form of human expression

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Musée du Louvre – Accessing the Architecture and Collections

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Musée du Louvre at Paris for 800+ years a royal palace at the heart of French history & culture has been a mecca of the intellect since it became a museum, 1848

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Primavera, Flora & Wattle – Celebrate the Beauty of Flowers

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Spring arriving in Australia is celebrated on 1st September, by wearing sprigs of Acacia pycnantha or Wattle, the ravishing plant from the Mimosaceae family

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Sydney Antiques & Art Fair – Spring into a Wonderful World

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Judging authenticity for antiques and art at the Sydney Antiques & Art Fair is all about establishing a working relationship with a dealer member of the AA&ADA