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18th Biennale of Sydney: All Our Relations

The Biennale of Sydney is Australia’s largest contemporary visual arts event, showcasing bold and innovative contemporary art from around the world. The free exhibition is presented over 12 weeks in the heart of…

Evolution in a toxic world

DTT can still be found in humans; chlorofluorocarbons are slowing fading from our atmosphere, and there is mercury in the fish we eat. Every day, our world seems to be turning into a…

New Manly Sea Life Sanctuary

Manly Sea Life Sanctuary opened its doors this week. Their main new exhibit is Penguin Cove, which allows visitors to see Manly’s iconic Little Penguins all year round. Once you are there, you…

Sayonara: Android-Human Theatre

  Geminoid F will make its Australian debut in August at Arts Centre Melbourne, Fairfax Studio. Written by Oriza Hirata and professor Hiroshi Ishiguro, Sayonara: Android-Human Theatre delves into the question, “what do…

Transit of Venus: rare objects mark a rare event

  An exhibition at Sydney University’s Tin Sheds Gallery is celebrating the anniversary of the 1769 Transit of Venus, a rare astronomical event that happens in a pattern that repeats every 243 years, which Lieutenant…

Deep Oceans

Discover some of the creatures that live in the deep ocean, one of the few places on Earth that remains mostly unexplored. Don’t miss the opportunity to travel to one of the eeriest…

The Wonders of Ancient Mesopotamia

Mesopotamia once occupied what is now modern Iraq, southeastern Syria and northeastern Turkey and played a major role in the development of human civilisation — the 60 second minute, writing and other inventions…

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Exhibition

If you are fond of the books and the movies, you’ll love this hands-on exhibition that takes you not only to Narnia, but delves into climate change and science. “The Narnia exhibition combines…

Dig Deep!

Find out how archaeologists uncover the past and what tools they use during National Archaeology Week. This year Western Australian archaeologists will also be conducting a live dig to see what’s hidden in…

Gross Show

Prepare to brave the slime and learn about the gross things we encounter in everyday life. This Really Gross Show allows visitors to find out more about the microorganisms that share our world,…

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