On the National Exhibition Register

Guy Ben-Ary and Kirsten Hudson, In potēntia , 2012, Mixed media (Skin cells, stem cells, reprogrammed neurons, tissue engineering, electrophysiology, computer controlled devices and sound). Collaborating Scientist: Stuart Hodgetts. Design and construction

The Patient Subject

Guy Ben-Ary and Kirsten Hudson, In potēntia, 2012, Mixed media (Skin cells, stem cells, reprogrammed neurons, tissue engineering, electrophysiology, computer controlled devices and sound). Collaborating Scientist: Stuart Hodgetts. Design and construction: Mark Lawson.

Now available on the National Exhibition Register

The NETS Australia National Exhibition Register (NER) is bigger, better, online and on demand, all the time. Search touring exhibitions from around the country and filter according to your needs - cost, size and available dates.

Take a look at what’s new to NER and available to tour!
 



The Patient Subject
- Exploring the ways in which contemporary artists are engaging with powerful human experiences across the fields of health, biological science and medicine. Between 75-100 sq or running metres.

Iconic Australian Houses - The exhibition explores the emergence of distinctive home design in Australia and its role in the formation of an Australian lifestyle and culture. Over 100 sq or running metres.

War Pictures: Australians at the Cinema 1914-1918 - Sourced from The Australian War Memorial and the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, this exhibition offers a rare glimpse into Australian life during this turbulent time. Total film running time: 63 minutes. Exhibition: between 75-100 sq or running metres.

Copier Jam! - Highlighting current zine, independent comic creators, collectives and distributors from across Australia, this exhibition includes publications alongside original art, layout, workings and even a zine vending machine. Between 50-75 sq or running metres.

Katherine Hattam: Desire First - This exhibition surveys Hattam’s evolving practice encompassing drawing, collage, printmaking and sculpture. Under 50 sq or running metres.


 
Click on a listed tour to read more about the exhibition, and scroll down to see the full list of tour support material and programming resources that come with each exhibition.

From education kits, catalogues, media and promotional templates, labels and signage; all the information is available to help make programming at a distance easier.

Once you have found an exhibition to suit, simply contact the tour organiser.

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