Australia has been shaped by the remarkable work of many individuals whose achievements have resonated beyond our shores.
In the return season of the Lunchtime Conversation Series, inspiration is taken by the 200 Treasures of the Australian Museum exhibition currently on display in the Westpac Long Gallery. We gain insight into the lives of six distinguished Australians including Thomas Keneally, Fred Hollows and Albert Namatjira and discover the stories behind what makes them ground-breaking treasures.
When: 12.30pm every Tuesday, 21 May - 25 June
Cost: Available as a series of six sessions (get one free): Member $125, Adult $150
Artshub: Rather than avoiding politics, Kim McKay AO made a call for museums to lead the conversation on climate change and provided a compelling argument for how museums can stay relevant, even in the struggle to get kids (and some parents) away from screens.
Experience Capturing Nature armed with the latest gin and rum distillations from Archie Rose Distilling Co. Secret histories, debut tastings and live music offer a unique take on the Museum’s extraordinary photographic archive.
When: 9 May, 6 June & 4 July, 6pm Cost: Member $88, Adult $110
Sydney's kids' science bonanza is back this August with a new name, Science in the City, and a new home in Hyde Park. Our hands-on science experiences will be as engaging as ever, capturing both children's and the community’s natural curiosity about the wonders of STEAM this August.
Save the dates: Little Scientist for the Day - Fri 9 Aug Family Day - Sat 10 Aug
A great deal has been achieved in the three years since the AM and Solomon Island Kwaio community embarked on a collaborative journey to classify and conserve the ecological richness of this extraordinary environment.
LHI Conservation Volunteers are calling on you to help protect paradise through a citizen science program May-Sept 2019. Each month focuses on a different aspect of the island’s biodiversity, showcasing the island’s natural environment, while learning about our extraordinary native wildlife.
Company of Rogues’ Boy Out of the Country - a fast, funny and smartly observant story about family, property, and the progress of life. Opens at Bondi Pavilion Theatre May 9-25. Win 1 of 2 double passes to opening night - May 10, below.
For AM Members, $20 tickets (normally $35-$40) to any performance May 11-25. Use: AUSMUSEUM at checkout.
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