3 September 4-6pm
This exciting new collaborative exhibition explores human fascination with the wonders of the universe: the movement of the world, the shape of space and the flow of time. A partnership with the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences and Western Sydney University it brings together a curious array of scientific objects with a selection of artworks that’ll set your imagination on fire.
In Conversation with Costa Georgiadis
Join Costa Georgiadis in a lively discussion on gravity and wonder in the garden with Dr Peter Weston, plant scientist from the Royal Botanic Gardens and Landscape Architect David Duncan. Tickets are $25 – don’t miss out!
Spring exhibtion program 3 Sept – 27 Nov
Where art and science make waves. Includes sculpture by Richard Serra; installations by Australian artists Sandra Selig and Amy Joy Watson; paintings by Mabel Juli and Rusty Peters from Warmun, Western Australia; kinetic sculptures by Marley Dawson, video work by Japanese artist Hiraki Sawa and a commission by Australian artists David Haines and Joyce Hinterding.
Winter Exhibition Suite 28 May – 28 August
Norman Hetherington is best remembered as the creator of one of Australia’s longest running children’s shows Mr. Squiggle, but before he made his name on television he was a soldier in the 4th Detachment 1st Australian Army Entertainment Unit during WW II. This exhibition is a selection of work produced while on duty in Northern Australia, New Guinea and the Pacific
27 July – 17 September
The Gallery runs a dynamic after-school and Saturday morning workshop program for children. Choose from the Wednesday Drawing School or the Saturday morning classes Mixed Media and Design and Illustration.
Friday 26 August 10 – 11am
Have fun together as your tot learns about art through stories, an exhibition tour and hands-on art making in the studio.