Powerhouse opens after hours with a pop-up bar, music from DJ Mistry and a deep dive into the stories behind the exhibitions and objects on display via a series of exclusively curated tours and talks.
The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) and Powerhouse experts explore the NSW Chemistry and Physics syllabus with ideas and practical tips for teachers, students and anyone wanting to explore the subatomic world as it relates to the Powerhouse collection.
Learn about our search for life elsewhere with Astrobiologist, Dr. Bonnie Teece; and hear an in-depth explanation of The Invisible Revealed with curator, Deborah Lee-Dormer. Or join one of two special tours developed by the Powerhouse Visitor Services Team that share some of the more unusual stories of the Powerhouse Collection.
|5–6 pm||ANSTO Teacher Professional Development Talk|
|6:30–7 pm||Are we alone in the universe? A journey into the unknown in our search for life elsewhere | Talk with Astrobiologist Dr. Bonnie Teece|
|7–7:30 pm||Deborah Lawler-Dormer talks with Joseph Bevitt about The Invisible Revealed | Curator-led tour|
|Unseen: Stories of the Powerhouse building with Therese Breen, VSO | Free tour|
|Explore Space with Peter Kerans, VSO | Free tour|
|5-9 pm||DJ Mistry|
|5–9 pm||Bar by Grifter|
FREE event as part of Powerhouse Late. No bookings required.
Read about the COVID Safe measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe when visiting the museum here.