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Exhibitions

Current exhibitions

Keep in touch

26 October 2018 - 27 January 2019

Since the introduction of the internet and smart phones, communicating with each other has never been easier or more instantaneous. This exhibition takes you back to the world of analogue communication and showcases the development of information and communication services in the St George region. Explore old writing equipment, telephones and radios and see how things have changed over time.

Official opening: Friday 26 October 2018, 6.00pm. RSVP online.

Read a review of the exhibition by 'Postcards from' here

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Recycled fragments

24 November - 16 December 2018

This exhibition will feature the works by Mia Mosaic artists from St George Creative Art & Craft Centre. The artists were required to create mosaic sculptures that were made of 60% recycled materials such as preloved and found objects; this was a fun and new challenge in creating their masterpieces.
 
Sunday 25 December 2018
2.30pm for a 3.00pm start
 
RSVP here

Image: Rosie by Roslyn Norris



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Home sweet home

1 December 2018 - 24 March 2019, Snapshot Gallery

The photographs in Home sweet home were taken at a time when the Georges River area was developing and estates were being subdivided into smaller lots. Homes varied from large sprawling villas or mansions with extensive grounds and gardens, to smaller cottages and bungalows. Selected photographs from the Georges River Council Local Studies collection depict the architectural variety and diversity of people's lives during this time from the late 19th to early 20th centuries. 

Image: Norwood, Forest Road, Hurstville, c.1890 - 99. Georges Ruver Council Local Studies collection.


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St George Stories: People - Places - Community

Permanent exhibition

Housed in a Tudor style building, this MAGNA award winning exhibition explores the history of the St George area.

Learn who has shaped this region from the earliest people to present day communities and how life has changed over the years. Engage with stories through multimedia and interactive displays.



2NB 90.1 FM

Spotlight display

This display will showcase our local community radio station 2NBC 90.1FM; who they are, what they do and how they engage with our local community.

Enquiries

For more information on any of the exhibitions listed above, please contact Hurstville Museum & Gallery on (02) 9330 6444 or museumgallery@georgesriver.nsw.gov.au



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