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Gravity (and Wonder) | Opening

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.

Colin Page Photography ::

Gravity in the Garden: 11 Sept

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!


Gravity (and Wonder)

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.


HETH: Norman Hetherington – Artist at War

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

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Kids Term Three Workshops

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.


Art Blocks for Tots

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.

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