This exhibition presents photographs by Richard Stringer, featuring ‘Gooloowan’, a historic Ipswich house located on Denmark Hill, as part of a collection that records some of the symmetry and timeless beauty of residential architecture found in Ipswich.
IMAGE: Richard Stringer 4584/42 entry stair ‘Gooloowan’ Ipswich 2007 (2007) Digital print, 78 x 99 cm. Ipswich Art Gallery Collection, commissioned 2007
Visit Construction Site @ Orion Springfield Central these school holidays, where children and families can build, play, design, create, collaborate, problem-solve, make, imagine and demolish.
It’s back! See some of the country’s top combat robots do battle this October long weekend in the Australian Robowars Nationals 2014.
Take your place ringside as bot builders go head-to-head in the specially designed combat arena. Destruction is the name of the game and sparks will fly!
Tenugui (pronounced tay-nu-gu-i) have been part of everyday life in Japan for more than 1000 years. This exhibition of 70 tenugui demonstrates not their practical versatility but rather the rich variety of designs—representations of innumerable aspects of Japanese culture beautifully caught in their slender dimensions
Artist, scientist and lecturer Lin Martin captures the wild beauty of her natural surrounds on the Sunshine Coast in her exhibition and accompanying book Reeds Talking, Mountain Walking.
Beach 2: River mouth
Photographic print on paper
Image courtesy of the artist
Design and build your very own flying creation to test in the Wind Tubes.
See your creation take flight and soar to the ceiling, and defy gravity by hovering high overhead…. or just fall to the floor. It’s all about air and invention, with a little bit of mid-air mayhem.
It’s fun to make things
fly or float in the
Join in on these enjoyable 45 minute sessions in which toddlers can explore the playful potential of moving air through play, music and movement.