M.A.D.E for Christmas school holiday fun
Progressive PR - November 1st, 2015
Circles, stars and squares.
School holidays at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E) are shaping up to be a whole lot of fun with activities to get kids thinking about structure and design.
Explore geometry with M.A.D.E’s discovery worksheets, craft a pixel mask and play shape-themed games in M.A.D.E’s bean bag garden.
Saltbush Kitchen’s summer offer for kids is a $5 cookie and juice-box combo.
Monday 21st December, 2015 – Sunday 27th January, 2016
M.A.D.E – Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka
102 Stawell Street South
Free upon admission to M.A.D.E
Adult $12, Children 6-15 $8, U5 free
Free for Ballarat locals upon presentation of identification
More information: www.made.org/whats-on/
M.A.D.E is one of Australia’s newest museums and commemorates the role of the Eureka Stockade in shaping our nation. It is located on the site of the 1854 Eureka Stockade uprising in Ballarat. M.A.D.E explores both the evolution of democracy and how it has shaped cultures and countries around the world and also looks to its future. Using art installations and immersive, interactive content, M.A.D.E inspires people to contemplate what issues are important to them today.
M.A.D.E is the winner of the 2015 MAGNA Innovation Award.
Please visit www.made.org for more information
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