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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 2010- 2011
Science Centre & Planetarium Australia's New Exciting Science Centre Open 10am to 4pm plus special evening sessions group & school bookings by appointment Hundreds of Hands-On Exhibits • BlueScope Steel Planetarium Illawarra Coal Science Theatre • Travelling Exhibitions • Outreach Program • Observatory • Science Shop School Holiday Workshops Function Room Laser Shows Visit the Science Centre at Squires Way, Wollongong. Ph. (02) 4286 5000 2094495 sciencecentre.uow.edu.au wollongong citygallery Local: Current 2010 10 December - 30 January A survey of recent work by local artists. Memories of Silk: Selections from the Roger Grellman collection 10 December -- 20 February A history of Chinese Women's costume and accessories from Qing Dynasty to Republic. Picture This! until 1 May An interactive collection exhibition for all ages. Outlook: Peter Hewitt, Aroha Groves, Warwick Keen, Caroline Oakley 29 January -- 3 April Recent work by local contemporary Aboriginal artists. Other Side Art: Trevor Nickolls, a survey of paintings and drawings 1972- 2007 6 February -- 10 April An Ian Potter Museum of Art and NETS Victoria touring exhibition. Just Imagine 19 February -- 3 July An innovative program encouraging children's creative writing skills. Illawarra Landscapes until 23 January Colonial and early Australian paintings, prints and watercolours from the Gallery's collection. Clem Millward: Dawn till Dusk until 29 May Silk screen prints, which illuminate the sublime colours of the Australian landscape. Joanne Saad: Garage Days until 23 January A video installation reflecting on the experience of first accommodations for migrant families in Wollongong. exhibitions Cnr Kembla & Burelli Streets, Wollongong Open Tuesday - Friday 10 - 5, weekends 12 - 4 Gallery Shop: art books, journals, cards, posters & gifts P: 4228 7500 F: 4226 5530 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Admission free www.wollongongcitygallery.com Sarah Tansey, disconnect, 2010, earthenware ceramic, 25x18x 16cm. 2118340 The in Wollongong is the only dedicated hands-on science and technology centre in NSW. Every year, 1000's of visitors experience the joy of learning about science and technology in an envir onment that is stimulating and entert aining.The Centre has an extensive hands-on science exhibition area, with hundreds of inter a ctives dealing with electricity, magnetism, energy and motion, chemistry, geology, astronomy and more. The BlueScope Steel Planetarium features for both children and adults. Science shows are another major draw card. are presented twice daily in the Illawarra Coal ScienceTheatre. Bookings are essential for holiday workshops. Wollongong www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 15 am unatth sc nc c ntr Scienc e disc overies. presents a diversity of exhibitions this summer. Selections from the Roger Grellman Collection celebrates a chapter in the rich cultural history of silk in China and explores the shifting concepts of beaut y while tracing the development of clothing st yle s. This exhibition tells de eply meaningful stories about women and womanhood through exquisite silk gowns, skirts, dresses, silk slippers and platforms. For all ages and featuring artworks from the Gallery's collection by some of Australia's best known artists, PictureThis! Encourages visitors to explore the activity stations and respond to the artworks through a variety of mediums. Artworks produced will be displayed and regularly rotated to show off visitors' creativity. provides the viewer an opportunity to experience the vibrant colours and unique qualities of the Australian landscape through his series of silk screen prints. Selected from a gift of 28 works to the gallery by the artist, these works are masterful examples of image making using one of arts most technical printing processes.. The Illawarra with its magnificent escarpment and pristine sweeping coastline, has been a source of inspiration for numerous artists since the first European settlement in 1800's. , drawn from the Galley's collection of colonial and early Australian paintings, presents viewers with a window into the regions past and will be on display until 23 January. are on again and there is a child friendly exhibition with activity stations for all ages over this period as well. For more information on all programs and events at Wollongong City Gallery, please phone 02 4228 7500. art nthecty See the rare Sumatran tigers from January at Symbio Wildlife Park, 20 mins north of Wollongong See the rare Sumatran tigers from January at Symbio Wildlife Park, 20 mins north of Wollongong Chinese artifacts, Roger Grellman c ollection Photo Ge off Friend. Clem Millward, Lean Scrub, 1988, silkscreen print, 48 x 60 cm.
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