When: July 16 - 20, 10am - 4pm (drop-in) Where: South Australian MuseumWhat do you look forward to in each season? Are you counting down the days until spring, or do you love staying indoors during the rainy season? Drop in and make your own seasonal calendar from recycled materials. Recommended ages 5 - 12.This event is part of the South Australian Museum school holiday program. To find out more please visit…See More
When: July 16-20 / Mon-Thurs: 11am-5pm, Fri: 11am-12:30pmWhere: South Australian MuseumDrop-in eventSouth Australian artist James Dodd combines art and science to make painting machines! Come play with fun machines that adapt technology to new, creative uses, and make your own artwork.Recommended ages: 5-12 http://www.samuseum.sa.gov.au/explore/program-bookingsSee More
"NEW PLATFORM FOR Q-DIS
Q-DIS has migrated to a Facebook Page to encourage more communication and discussion on disaster preparedness and planning with a wider audience.
This new platform will hopefully enable colleagues to:
The Waterhouse exhibition contains finalists' pieces from Australia’s premier natural science art prize and commemorates the birth of the South Australian Museum’s first curator, Frederick George Waterhouse. The prize invites established and emerging artists to present their perspectives on the scientific issues facing our planet, and the exhibition ignites thought and debate among viewers. This year, the Waterhouse includes greater opportunities for artists working in a variety of media to…See More
UWA Winthrop Professor, Ted Snell, has responded with concern over the recently published Talking Points report, commissioned by the Australia Council for the Arts, to provide a ‘snapshot’ of the…Continue