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    2024 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize Exhibition | School Bookings

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    How do science and art connect? How can we use art to start conversations about environment, climate change, and the wonders of nature? Can an artwork shape our world view?

    The 2024 Waterhouse Natural Art Prize exhibition is perfect for students of all ages to develop skills within the Critical and Creative Thinking and Ethical Understanding capabilities and the sustainability cross-curricular priority. You can visit the exhibition at the South Australian Museum from Friday 12 April – Monday 10 June 2024.

    Since 2002 the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize has called for established and emerging artists to turn their gaze to the natural world. Named after the South Australian Museum’s first curator, Frederick George Waterhouse, this biennial prize recognises the long-running interplay between scientific research and the creative arts, from the illustrators and sculptors who help to describe and depict specimens, to contemporary artists who invite us to think about our environment and our impact on the natural world.

    For general enquiries about visiting with a school group, including accessibility enquiries please contact us

    Please note:

    • a minimum of 10 students (aged between 5-18 years) is required to qualify as a school group;
    • numbers must be confirmed prior to your visit. Refunds will not be available if fewer students attend on the day;
    • a minimum of 6 student tickets must be booked for each free supervising adult ticket claimed for primary school groups and a minimum of 15 students for secondary school groups;
    • all school groups must adhere to adult/student ratios as specified by the Department for Education Excursion Policy.

      If you would like to pay by invoice, please contact the Bookings team

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