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South Australian Museum - the Gallery

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Recommended for Year 5 to 12 teachers

Curriculum links: Aboriginal Studies; Art; Science

Presenters:

  • Leanne Wheaton
  • Paul Curnow
  • Gail Glasper
  • Samaneh Soleimani
  • Paul Haese

Note: 100 tickets available

Scientists and artists share a common goal of asking big questions and searching for answers: what is true and why does it matter? Join us to explore ways to teach and learn about sparking curiosity through combining science and the arts in three new space-themed exhibitions presented by the South Australian Museum. The evening will begin with a moderated Q&A discussion on the shared inquisitiveness of artists and scientists with our panel of astronomers, image makers and artists, followed by wine and cheese, networking and an opportunity to view the Museum’s three space-themed exhibitions: The Shared Sky Indigenous Astronomical Art Project, astoundingly beautiful Hubble telescope images paired with artworks and a display of objects taken to space by Adelaide-born astronaut Dr Andrew Thomas.

Contact Leanne.Wheaton@samuseum.sa.gov.au for more information

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