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Timeline of exhibitions

A visitor explores an exhibition at Parliament House

Exhibitions previously held at Australian Parliament House 

Year Exhibition
2016 Win, Lose, Draw: Art and sport
2016 Celebrating Reconciliation and NAIDOC Weeks 2016
2016 Length and Breadth: New acquisitions from the Parliament House Art Collection
2016 Next Generation of Australian Banknotes, the new $5 note
2016 Romaldo Giurgola: Celebration of life
2017 Prevailing Voices: Indigenous Australian Parliamentarians
2017 Sageraw Thonar—Stories from the Southeasterly Season: Contemporary Expressions of Cultural Knowledge from Badu Art Centre
2017 Meeting Place: Kumantye Jagamara and Imants Tillers
2017 Speaking Volumes
2017 Boundless Volumes
2018 By the Sea
2018 Competition to Completion: Building Parliament House
2018 Design in a Decade: The 1980s
2018 The Barunga Statement Exhibition
2018 ‘Because of her, we can!’ NAIDOC Week Exhibition
2018 Façade
2018 From War
2018 Lest we forget
2019 Imprint: A survey of the Print Council of Australia
2019 My Voice for My Country
2019 Indigenous Design Now
2019 Alfred Deakin: Creating a Nation Exhibition
2020 Open Air: Landscape photography from the Parliament House Art Collection
2020 Voyage of Discovery: Sir Joseph Banks’ Florilegium
2020 Sir Edmund Barton: Australia’s first Prime Minister
2021 Blitz relics at Parliament House
2021 Neville Bonner AO: Australia’s First Indigenous Parliamentarian
2021 New Acquisitions: contemporary identity and land

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