VISUAL: Alliance Francaise of Canberra: Out of Silence: Marcel Marceau in Australia 1965 to 2003. Photographs by Jan Dalman. Until March 9. Open Monday to Thursday 9am-7.30pm, Friday 9am-5pm. 66 McCaughey Street, Turner. Ph: 6247 5027 or see: afcanberra.com.au. ANCA Gallery: Guilty Pleasures. A ceramics exhibition by Canberra-based artist Shaun Hayes. Until March 15. Open Wednesday to Sunday noon-5pm. 1 Rosevear Place, Dickson. See: anca.net.au. ANU Drill Hall Gallery: Freehand. Recent paintings, mixed media collages and drawings by Ann Thomson. Until April 5. Open Wednesday to Sunday noon-5pm. Building 29, Kingsley Street, Acton. Ph: 6125 5832 or see: dhg.anu.edu.au. Beaver Galleries: Contact. Graeme Drendel's recent works on paper which are "stripped back to the bare essentials,". Porcelain. This exhibition features the work of two ceramic artists – Kevin White and Marianne Huhn. Both until March 24. Open Tuesday to Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am-5pm. 81 Denison Street, Deakin. Ph: 6282 5294 or see: beavergalleries.com.au. Belconnen Arts Centre: Place: Spaces and Beyond. A multimedia exhibition by Lorraine Blackwell, Graham Cossey, Bev Moxon and April Glasser-Hinder. Until March 15. Trauma and First World Problems. An exhibition exploring the trauma experienced by thousands in Syria. Until March 12. Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am-4pm. 118 Emu Bank, Belconnen. Ph: 6173 3300 or see: belconnenartscentre.com.au. Canberra Glassworks: Diplomacy: translations in glass. An exhibition of Australian glass that responds to the cultural influence represented by diplomatic missions in Canberra. Until April 16. Open Wednesday to Sunday 10am-4pm. 11 Wentworth Avenue, Kingston. See: canberraglassworks.com. Canberra Museum and Gallery: Urban Suburban. An exhibition revealing the rituals and experiences of life in Canberra. Until June 21. Open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday and Sunday noon-5pm. Civic Square, Canberra City. Ph: 6207 3968. CCAS Gorman Arts Centre: Blaze Nine. The CCAS annual emerging artists' showcase. Until March 28. Open Tuesday to Saturday 11am-5pm. Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Gorman Arts Centre, 55 Ainslie Avenue, Braddon. Ph: 6247 0188 or see: ccas.com.au. CCAS Manuka: Populate or perish! An exhibition of augmented and found print materials revealing a sinister undercurrent to Australia's migration history. Until March 15. Open Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-5pm. Canberra Contemporary Art Space, 19 Furneaux Street, Forrest. Ph: 6247 0188 or see: ccas.com.au. Form Studio and Gallery: Works. Paintings and drawings by John Forrester Clack. Open March 11. Until March 29. Open Monday to Friday 9.30am-2.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm. 1/30 Aurora Avenue, Queanbeyan. See: formstudioandgallery.com.au. Gallery@bcs: Hues of Grey. A mixed media exhibition celebrating Seniors' Week. Open March 11. Until March 20. Open Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm. Belconnen Community Centre, Swanson Court, Belconnen. Ph: 6264 0232 or see: bcsact.com.au. Gallery of Australian Design: Freefall Experience. An exhibition of entries in the Freefall Experience Design Ideas competition. Until March 20. Open Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm. 47 Jardine Street, Kingston. See: gad.org.au. Ginninderra School House Gallery: Pieces of Eight. Eight different artists present eight works of art. Until March 29. Open Thursday and Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday and Sunday 8.30am-4.30pm. Sweet Copper Cafe, Gold Creek, Nicholls. Ph: 6230 9007. Kambah Village Medical Practice: Birds, Flowers and Houses. An exhibition of folk art pencil drawings by Roslyn Mandelberg. Until June. Open Monday to Friday 8.30am-6pm. Corner of Marconi and Drakeford Drive, Kambah. Email: email@example.com. M16 Artspace: What's Inside a Girl. A vibrant and playful exhibition from Felicity Green. Until March 22. The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. An exploration of existentialist themes through traditional painting and sculpting. Open Wednesday to Friday noon-5pm. 21 Blaxland Cresent, Griffith ACT 2603. Ph: 6295 9438 or see: m16artspace.com. Manning Clark House: Arthur Boyd: Portrait of a Friendship. Paintings by Arthur Boyd from the period of his long friendship with historian Manning Clark. Until March 15. Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am-4pm. 11 Tasmania Circle, Forrest. Ph: 6295 1808 or see: manningclark.org.au. Milk Factory Gallery: A Charmed Life. Limited edition etchings and lithographs from printmaking sisters Annie Day and Robin Ezra. Until March 25. Open daily, 10am-5pm. 33 Station Street, Bowral. Ph: 02 4862 1077 or see: milkfactorygallery.com.au. Narek Galleries: from France 2. An exhibition by five French ceramic artists, each practising a unique style. Until March 22. Open Thursday to Sunday and public holidays 10am-5pm. Old Tanja Church, 1140 Bermagui Road, Tanja. Ph: 6494 0112 or see: narekgalleries.com. National Portrait Gallery: International women's day. Zoya Patel, 25, local writer, editor and founder of Feminartsy, will talk about inspirational female subjects in the collection. Sunday, March 8. 2pm. King Edward Terrace, Parkes. Ph: 6102 7000 or see: portrait.gov.au. PhotoAccess: China - Eighteen Days 1978. Photographs chronicling artist Bill Lucas' research visit to China. Until March 22. Out West. An exploration of landscape and pinhole camera photography. Until March 22. Taking Liberties. Large scale digital photographs examining guilt on a social, personal and environmental level. Until March 22. Open Tuesday to Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday noon-4pm. Manuka Arts Centre, 30 Manuka Circle, Griffith. Ph: 6295 7810 or see: photoaccess.org.au. Promenade Cafe Hyatt Hotel: Capital Lens. A photographic exhibition of nine works from the '100 Views of Canberra' publication, curated by PhotoAccess. Until April. Open daily 6.30am-10.30pm. 120 Commonwealth Avenue, Canberra. See photoaccess.org.au. Queanbeyan Art Society: Abstract and Abstraction. A display of colourful works revealing interesting forms and shapes. Until March 21. Open daily 10am-1pm. 6 Trinculo Place, Queanbeyan. Ph: 0418 863 428 or see: qarts.com.au. Yarralumla Gallery: Flowers, Feathers and Fur. A diverse exhibition of artworks inspired by nature. Until April 3. Open daily 10am-5pm. Garden Cafe at Cottage 1, Weston Park Road, Yarralumla. Ph: 6260 5253. PERFORMANCE: The Street Theatre: Handle It. An exploration of privacy in a world where the internet shapes relationships and pornography is everywhere. Tickets $20. March 13 and 14, 7.30pm. March 15, 6pm. Street ONE, The Street Theatre, Canberra City West. Bookings ph: 6247 1223 or see: thestreet.org.au. Wesley Music Centre: Ensemble Nobiles: A German Mass. A variety of sacred works performed by one of the world's best young vocal ensembles. Saturday, March 14. 7pm. Tickets $35 online: trybooking.com. National Circuit Forrest. Ph: 6232 7248 or see: wesleycanberra.org.au. Notices for Arts Diary must be submitted five days ahead of publication. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax Att: Arts Diary, 6280 2282. Inquiries: 6280 2211.