Rhythms of the Earth & Where Lakes Once Held Water

Rhythms of the Earth & Where Lakes Once Held Water

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$0 – $11.15

Shift your perspective and visit two exhibitions that celebrate the earth

About this event

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TarraWarra Museum of Art presents two combined exhibitions that focus on the dynamic restlessness of the Earth: Rhythms of the Earth, featuring works selected from the Museum’s permanent collection, together with Where Lakes Once Had Water by Melbourne artists Sonia Leber and David Chesworth, featuring a series of conceptual video, sound and sculptural works.

For ease of check-in and to assist us in managing attendance numbers for COVID safety, we strongly recommend purchasing tickets online. Tickets are also available to purchase at the door.

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Rhythms of the Earth & Where Lakes Once Held Water image

Ticket information:

  • Your ticket is valid all day from 11am - 5pm, unless otherwise indicated.
  • Visitors are encouraged to wear a face mask inside the Museum, however masks are no longer mandatory.
  • If you're feeling unwell, please stay safe at home.
  • Ticket refunds and transfers can be arranged online or by phoning on 03 5957 3100. Please arrange for your refund within 7 days .
  • If you are making a group booking of more than 10 people please contact the Museum.

For all other enquiries, please contact the Museum on 03 5957 3100 or museum@twma.com.au

Open all public holidays except Christmas Day

TarraWarra Museum of Art is a registered not for profit charitable organisation.

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