PLAN YOUR VISIT - Discover mythological narratives and stories of migration with new exhibition Land & Sea (2 March - 16 June 2024)

Bundanon

subterranean Art Museum sits at the heart of the new Bundanon. Sensitively embracing the existing landscape and its ecology, the design responds to current and future climatic conditions

OPENING HOURS

Currently on display in Bundanon’s Art Museum is Tales of Land & Sea (2 March – 16 June 2024).

 

Art Museum – Regular Opening Hours

Wednesday–Sunday, 10am–5pm

 

TICKET PRICES

Admission

Adults $18
Concession $12
Family $40 (two adults, two youth)
Members, Children under 12 FREE

*Please note that the Homestead and Arthur Boyd’s Studio is open on Saturday and Sundays only.

 

Tales of Land & Sea

2 March – 16 June 2024

Tales of Land and Sea brings together three distinct projects exploring storytelling, mythological narratives, migration and the diasporic experience

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BEHIND THE DESIGN OF BUNDANON’S NEW BUILDINGS

“Bundanon’s new Art Museum and the Bridge for creative learning address how buildings and landscapes can be both resilient and resistant.

The Art Museum has to be resistant to fire. The Bridge has to be resilient and let the floodwaters flow unimpeded. This project is a celebration of those forces on the site.

Kerstin Thompson

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Spend the weekend away at our award-winning on-site accommodation The Bridge and experience everything Bundanon has to offer

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Design

Designed by Kerstin Thompson Architects, Bundanon’s new facilities celebrate and complement the surrounding environment. From the Art Museum, the Bridge, housing a creative learning centre, and accommodation, spans 160 metres across gully

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Sustainability

The new Bundanon development incorporates radical solutions to a changing climate with a net zero energy target.

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Economic Impact

The new Art Museum and the Bridge will secure Bundanon as a leading cultural and tourist attraction in regional Australia, whilst delivering substantial economic benefits to the Shoalhaven region.

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Bundanon acknowledges the people of the Dharawal and Dhurga language groups as the traditional owners of the land within our boundaries, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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