The Cultural Facilities Corporation (CFC) is an ACT Government enterprise established under the Cultural Facilities Corporation Act 1997, to manage: the Canberra Theatre Centre; the Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG) including the Nolan Collection Gallery @ CMAG; and the ACT Historic Places.
Read about CFC's part in the: Canberra: Australia's Arts Capital – Arts, Culture and Creative Policy – Action Plan
To be a cultural leader in the ACT community and region.
To enable our distinctive institutions to provide enriching cultural experiences that contribute to Canberra's identity.
In managing these venues, the CFC delivers a range of cultural services to the community by providing activities such as performing arts presentations, exhibitions, education programs, community programs, and through conserving and presenting significant aspects of the ACT’s cultural heritage.