Science Gallery Melbourne
You may remember Ethel from our cardiParty at the Chinese Museum in 2019. Ethel is now working at the new Science Gallery Melbourne and is keen to show us around!
Bend, blend, blur or break society’s binary codes as part of BREAK THE BINARIES. Installations from local and international artists will present a playful and kaleidoscopic view of identity and genders, and their relationship with science, technology, culture, race, sexuality and creativity. With collaboration at its heart, this exhibition will create connections and conversation through personal perspectives, interdisciplinary creative practice and research at The University of Melbourne.
Science Gallery Melbourne is part of the Global Science Gallery Network and entry is free.
Meet in the Paccar Theatre in the Science Gallery at 2pm.
Tram: Melbourne University Tram stop, Trams 1, 3-3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67, 72.
Train: Closest station Melbourne Central then a 10 minute walk up Swanston Street.
Bus: 402 Footscray – East Melbourne loops past Science Gallery Melbourne.
Bike: Plenty of bike parking available.
Car: Limited on-street parking is available or Cardigan House Parking or Eastern Precinct Underground Car Park are a short walk away.
Science Gallery Melbourne is wheelchair accessible. The building contains an audio hearing loop and audio descriptions of the exhibition are also available. See Accessibility page for more information: https://melbourne.sciencegallery.com/access
Health and safety
Covid-19 continues to prevalent with potentially serious health impacts. If you are unwell or have experienced cold or flu symptoms in the preceding 14 days please keep your fellow cardies safe by giving this one a miss.
Continue the conversation
Join us for a drink at the Clyde Hotel from 3:15pm
Enter Via Grattan Street
Parkville, VIC 3053