Exhibitions for hire
The Museum of Australian Democracy creates a new travelling exhibition every year. These exhibitions are available for hire and are suitable for presentation in a range of museum and non-museum spaces. Explore our suite of travelling exhibitions here, and use the Expression of Interest form to send queries to our Exhibitions team.
Available for hire
Behind the Lines is an annual exhibition of the year’s best political cartoons. After ten years of being produced and toured by the National Museum of Australia Behind the Lines is now part of the Museum of Australian Democracy’s travelling exhibition program.
Beyond Reasonable Drought features 90 evocative photographs by members of the MAP Group (Many Australian Photographers), showing the harshness and beauty of the Australian landscape in drought, as well as the impact the drought has had on people in rural and urban communities around the country.
Billy Hughes at War is about Prime Minister William Morris (Billy) Hughes who led the nation through most of the First World War. A complex and controversial figure, he was known as a man of extremes, inspiring admiration and provoking hatred in equal measure.
In Marnti Warajanga — a walk together you will meet Indigenous Australians from the Pilbara region of northern Western Australia, and non-Indigenous people who have worked closely with their communities.
Mrs Prime Minister-Public Image, Private Lives introduces visitors to the 26 remarkable women who have filled the role of prime minister’s wife from 1901 to 2010 and includes previously-unseen images from the private collections of former prime ministers’ wives.