Thursday, 10 October 2019

Private collections and memories




This post* features two projects from the north of the state which feature private collections and landmarks.


Private collections


This exhibition explores the private collections of local people.  Marvel at the intricate model boats on display, the wonderful wombat figurines, have a hoot over the owls, become more familiar with English satire from a range of 'Punch' magazines, learn about early commerce in Australia and Tasmania with a selection of promissory notes or just enjoy the whole exhibition and wonder about the art of collecting - if you have more than 3 of a set, you have a collection!

On now until December 2019

St. Helens History Room                              
61 Cecilia Street, St. Helens, Tas. 7216
Phone: (03) 6376 1479

Landmarks: A photographic journey of local icons


The Burnie Regional Museum is running public programs to celebrate its current temporary exhibition, Landmarks: A photographic journey of local icons, throughout Burnie Shines festival. Here is one coming up soon...

Landmarks of the North-West: A Tasmanian Aboriginal Perspective
Guest Speaker from the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre
Wednesday 23rd October @ Burnie Regional Museum
12:30-1:30pm
FREE

If you’re interested in attending this event, please book via RSVP to 03 6430 5746 or museum@burnie.net.

The community is invited to share their special landmarks with the museum, from family picnics, farm visits, bush walks to beach days…Share favourite landmarks, stories and photos of places in the North-West. Tag the Burnie Regional Museum’s Facebook page and they will share your photos throughout Burnie Shines!


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