The Port is in flux. Dormant industrial buildings are being reclaimed and repurposed. With analogue cameras and rolls of film, three local photographers have unbolted doors to capture this moment of transition.
Thursday 17 and Friday 18 November 7:30pm
Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 November 5:30pm
Australia is very much a nation of 'boat people', past and present. With Arrivals, Zephyr Quartet explores notions of migration to Australia by boat through music, and with it the trials, obstacles, struggles and successes present in our history.
Art of Science Public Program - Tracey Lock, Curator of Australian Paintings and Sculpture at the Art Gallery of South Australia, discusses the rich visual intersections between the art of the expeditions.
This workshop is held in conjunction with the South Australian Maritime Museum’s ground-breaking new exhibition The Art of Science: Baudin's Voyagers featuring original artworks from the expedition of Nicolas Baudin (1800-1804).
When Baudin’s ship Naturaliste returned to Le Havre in 1803, Josephine Bonaparte tussled with the museum’s curators over its scientific haul. Seedlings collected by Baudin’s botanists were cultivated at her estate at Malmaison and kangaroos and emus grazed the grounds. Join the director of Carrick Hill, Richard Heathcote as he guides you through a little slice of Australia on the outskirts of 19th century Paris.