Our curators put a spotlight on three women who were trailblazers in the past, and whose legacies are still felt today.
Utilising a natural museum collection to explore environmental issues.
In the 18th century, innovations in printing, and designs inspired by the complexity of the natural world, helped keep counterfeiters at bay.
The works of father-and-son artists Victor Vasarely and Yvaral.
Personal photographs and albums shed light on another side of colonial Papua under Australian administration in the exhibition Pacific Views.
Before their journey, delicate loaned works require careful planning and handling.
The next exhibition in our Ian Potter Gallery celebrates the unique and dynamic barkcloth art movement of the Ömie people of Papua New Guinea.
Eyes were a potent motif in the ancient world, sometimes used to protect, sometimes used to destroy.
The Museum's Curator of Ethnography, Rebecca Conway, recaps the commemorative event, 'Hongi's Hikoi'.
To celebrate National Science Week, we're travelling back in time to explore the history of X-rays.