South Australian Museum eNewsletter - September 2012
South Australian Museum, North Terrace, Adelaide South Australia 5000 Free Entry | Open Daily 10am to 5pm | except Good Friday & Christmas Day
Last Days - Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize
Be inspired by the beauty of science and nature in this exhibition of finalists' artworks. The stunning works will be on display until 9 September. Adults $8, concession $5, children under 16 free.
School Holiday Program - Capturing Biodiversity
What is biodiversity? Get into this hands-on program and discover the Museum's role in protecting our natural world. Free.
ANZANG Nature Photography Exhibition
Only one month to go until the 2012 exhibition is on at the South Australian Museum! See breathtaking photos taken in Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and the New Guinea Region and celebrate our beautiful world. Exhibition opens 5 October.
Unlocked: Stories from Our Scientists
Every week the South Australian Museum brings you amazing research stories from our scientists; discover what they're up to and the positive impacts their research has.
APY Lands Roadshow
We're off to the Anangu, Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands again! This marks our third year visiting this remote community, and we're glad to be heading back to share more stories with them!
Mike Gemmell - Our Unsung Hero
Congratulations to our Information Centre Manager Mike Gemmell who was awarded South Australia's Unsung Hero of Science Communication as part of National Science Week. Mike has been with the Museum for over 20 years and is a wealth of information and enthusiasm for our natural world.
See this beautiful exhibition of contemporary Indigenous ceramics from Ernabella Arts, on display as part of the 2012 Ceramics Triennale, Subversive Clay. Ceramic pieces are for sale.
Credit Union Christmas Pageant Trail
Join this free community event from 4-7 October. Collect your free passport and follow the trail to more than 15 sites in the North Terrace cultural precinct. Celebrate the Pageant with footage, float designs, costumes, entertainers, dancing, face painters, costume workshops and an 80 metre canvas for the whole community to paint.