A Portrait of Australia: Stories through the lens of Australian Geographic

National Exhibition Register

  • Up the Birdsville Track
    Up the Birdsville Track
    Image Credit
    Photo by Colin Beard

About the exhibition

Curate your own exhibition with content that celebrates the bush, the outback, the coast and the people who live there.

Featuring photographs from the Australian Geographic archive, the content will transport your visitors to some of the most rugged and remote parts of the country where they will discover the remarkable stories of ordinary Australians.

This exhibition is unique in its latitude and has been specially designed to suit a variety of venues, audiences, needs and interests. It can be delivered as just 20 photographic images or less so as to fit into a smaller spaces in libraries, foyer spaces or a town hall. Alternatively it can be scaled up to 60 images to make this show a major event in your venue.

Exhibition cost varies according to the number of images you request. It is available anytime as images are printed, packed and provided to venues on order.

Available Dates and
Exhibition Details

Available dates
01/09/2020 - 31/12/2022
Exhibition size
Between 50-75 sq or running metres
Originating state
ACT
Organised by
National Museum of Australia
Price
Contact to discuss
Web Site
http://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/portrait-of-australia
Accompanying materials available
Catalogue/Book, Exhibition Tour Manual, Installation Support Available, Interpretative/Didactic Panels, Invitations or Invitation Template, Labels, Media Kit, Public Program Opportunities
Other materials
The Australian Geographic magazine staff, photographers and writers can be available for public program workshops and events.
Primary contact
Catherine Czerw
Position
Travelling Exhibitions Officer
Organisation
National Museum of Australia
Phone
02 6208 5047
E-mail
Catherine.Czerw@nma.gov.au
Acknowledgement
Developed by the National Museum of Australian in collaboration with Australian Geographic. Supporting partner Coral Expeditions.