Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize 2014

breathe by Harriet Schwarzrock, Winner, Sculpture and Objects, Waterhouse 2014.

26 July 2014–07 September 2014

10am-5pm daily
Special Exhibition Gallery, Ground floor

Admission

$12 Adults
$10 Concession
$6 Students (16+ with student ID)
$3 Child (6-15 years)
$25 Family (2 adults and up to 3 children)

 

Exploring the natural world through artistic creativity

Science is inspiring in an infinite number of ways. The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize is an opportunity for artists to share how the natural world inspires them.

The Waterhouse encourages artists to make a statement about the scientific issues facing our planet, and has drawn tens of thousands of visitors to the exhibition over the years. It is a valuable platform for artists and unique in its quest to contribute to the environmental debate.

Visitors to the exhibition are encouraged to vote in the People’s Choice Award, and the Dr Wendy Wickes Memoriam Award for excellence in science communication. The awards will be announced at the South Australian Museum on Thursday 21 August. 

You can also view the online gallery of all the finalist artworks.