Children aged 6+ are invited to immerse themselves in nature and develop their interdisciplinary skills in art and science at The Cube from 7–14 July.
For the first time, the latest William Robinson exhibition, Nature imagined, can be seen in two mediums: on the walls of the William Robinson Gallery walls and digitally on The Cube.
Based on the landscape paintings of renowned Australian artist, William Robinson, this unique interaction of art and science allows visitors to discover insights into Robinson's painting techniques and the local landscapes and environments that inspire him. The Cube’s interactive project displays three William Robinson works in high resolution and visitors can zoom in on each of the artworks to see exquisite detail and discover fascinating facts about the landscapes.
Other activities on offer include Micro macro, drop-in and create your own artwork based on microscopic images and then add it to the large collaborative collage.
Children can also learn about geology from QUT scientists, explore missions in a digital scavenger hunt or unwind with wildlife and art-inspired books.
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