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Science-Art at the Extremes of Antarctic Islands and the Southern Ocean

Science-Art photographic display on an expedition to Antarctic Islands and the Southern Ocean. See Australia’s only active volcano and the extremes of Australian territorial oceans. Celebrating a collaboration between an artist and a scientist from the Australian National University.

When: Saturday, August 11 2018 till Tuesday, September 11 2018. 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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Where: Golden Grove Arts Centre
Cnr The Golden Way and Tenison Place, Golden Grove, SA, 5125
Topic: Energy and transport, Environment and nature, Innovation and technology
Cost: Free
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SCIENCE-ART at the Extremes of Australia’s Oceans
An Expedition to Antarctic Islands and the Southern Ocean

Charles Tambiah (artist) and Richard Arculus (scientist)
The Australian National University

Science-Art photographic display on an expedition to Antarctic Islands and the Southern Ocean. See Australia’s only active volcano, Big Ben, and the extremes of Australian territorial oceans encompasing Heard Island and McDonald Islands. Celebrating unique perspectives and inspirations through a collaboration between an artist and a scientist from the Australian National University.

Contact details:

Golden Grove Arts Centre City of Tea Tree Gully
Email: customerservice@cttg.sa.gov.au
Phone: 08 8397 7429

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