Events at the Australian Museum

Happy crowd at the Australian Museum Theatre

Events at the AM will pique your curiosity and give you a sense of exploration into the diversity of our natural world and culture. With a event listings as unique as the world around us, there is something everyone can enjoy.

The Scott Sisters and the Art of Ash Island

The Scott Sisters

A performance of the lives and work of Harriet & Helena Scott plus a panel discussion with special guests.

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Collecting, Ordering & Governing

Camp Tennant Creek, an image from the `Collecting, ordering, governing: anthropology and liberal government'. | Photographer: Unknown © Museum Victoria

Explore the relationships between anthropological fieldwork, museum collecting, and social governance.

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British Columbia: First Nations Art

Echo Mask E89729 | Photographer: Stan Florek © Australian Museum

Presented by Adventure World. An evening of First Nations art from the Kwakwaka'wakw in British Columbia, Canada, with a focus on the Cape Mudge collection.

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Scott Sisters Behind-the-Scenes Tour

One of Scott Sisters' illustrations

After a sell-out first series, join us before the close of Transformations: the art of the Scott Sisters

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Teaching Children Ethics

Australian Museum staff reading a book to children

Australia's leading authority on ethics offers approaches to teaching children ethics.

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Guest Lecture: Sea Country, Hear Country by Chels Marshall

Chels Marshall

Join us as we discuss Aboriginal ways of reading the sky and Aboriginal cycles of living.

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