• Sophisticated Simple Living

    Nishi is Australia’s most radically sustainable mixed-use building and apartment complex and represents the third and final stage of the NewActon precinct and responds to our more communal, more cosmopolitan and more world-wise ways of being. Nishi is the new beacon for more responsible, sustainable living in Canberra because it brings together the notions of community and environmental positivism in the one place.

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    For more information call

    Charles Crowther 0408 868 511

  • Make Your Move

    NewActon South is the striking centrepiece of NewActon precinct; a sensuous glass, steel and concrete curvilinear apartment tower that transcends the everyday through its quality of thought, exacting craftsmanship, distinctive materiality and ever-present integration of contemporary art.


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    For more information call

    Charles Crowther 0408 868 511


  • Sunday June 14
    Fragile First Impressions

    A Threatened Archive of Indigenous Reportage

    Photographs by David Hancock
    Curated by Warddeken Land Management


    Imagine the loss of information reading a lavishly illustrated magazine in which all the text is redacted, watch a news report with the sound turned off. Without the oral narrative the image are puzzles, with only the ‘what’ left from the journalistic dictum of ‘who, what, when, where and why.’

    ‘Fragile First Impressions’  explores the surveying and conservation of Indigenous artworks within the Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area occupying 13,500 square kilometres of Kakadu National Park through photographic images by David Hancock. 

    Sat 23rd May - Sun 14th June 2015

    Nishi Gallery

    17 Kendall Lane, NewActon

    Mon-Fri 11am-- 3pm, Sat & Sun 11am-4pm

  • Saturday June 20
    The Rendered Experience

    Reflecting the diversity of creative digital engagement at the ANU School of Art, and in particular the Department of Photography and Media Art's Animation and Video program.

  • Saturday July 4

    Defined as the potential to assume many forms, Protean is a metaphor for the material of clay and the current culture of ceramic practice in Australia. This exhibition will push deeper into the practice, ask questions and re-consider the potential of clay.

  • Saturday March 19
    Art, Not Apart 2016

    Our annual arts festival keeps growing with hundreds of performances, exhibitions and parties in planning for 19 March, 2016.