Travelling exhibitions from Museum of Applied Art and Sciences are designed for a range of venues and audiences including galleries, museums, libraries and small local venues. Exhibition packages generally include the display and also promotional and educational material. In many cases, Museum staff can assist with installation, opening, publicising and dismantling of the exhibition. The level of security, climate control and size of venue required by each show varies and is assessed by a facilities report.

Currently Travelling

Faith Fashion Fusion, Muslim Women’s Style in Australia

Faith Fashion Fusion travelling exhibition photo shoot
Faith Fashion Fusion travelling exhibition photo shoot, September 2017, Circular Quay promenade, Dawes Point and Sydney Observatory. Group photograph of models.

Australian Muslim women dress in diverse styles and are increasingly choosing to engage with global fashion trends while also expressing their faith. This lively and colourful exhibition showcases the work of an exciting new generation of Australian clothing brands designing stylish clothing for Muslim women, meeting their desire to dress fashionably and creatively within the requirements of their faith.

Faith Fashion Fusion travelling exhibition photo shoot
Faith Fashion Fusion travelling exhibition photo shoot, September 2017, Circular Quay promenade, Dawes Point and Sydney Observatory. Group photograph of models.

Through garments, a streetstyle fashion montage and interviews, the exhibition looks at the way Australian Muslim designers are rethinking the model for designing, retailing and marketing modest fashion to a local and global market.

Faith, fashion and Muslim identity are further explored through a series of ‘Women in profile’ showcases featuring the stories of nine influential Australian Muslim women. Through photographs, treasured objects and interviews this diverse group of Australian Muslim women share their opinions, challenges and achievements.

 

On display at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur
from 2 November 2017 until 28 January 2018.

Faith Fashion Fusion travelling exhibition photo shoot,
September 2017, Circular Quay promenade, Dawes Point and Sydney Observatory. Group photograph of models.

The exhibition first appeared at the Powerhouse Museum in 2012 and has since toured extensively across Australia including Melbourne, regional NSW and Western Australia. This is the first time the exhibition has toured internationally and the tour has been made possible by support from the Australian Government through the Australian High Commission Malaysia, the Australian ASEAN Council, the Australia Indonesia Institute and corporate partner, Lend Lease Projects (M) Sdn Bhd.

Winning Sky Photos

Photograph of a nightscape by James Garlick.

Winning Sky Photos is the exhibition of the top entries from the David Malin Awards astrophotography competition held annually by the Central West Astronomical Society and open
to photographers around Australia. The photographs are judged by world renowned astrophotographer Dr David Malin. The competition aims to encourage photographers to use their vision, imagination and skill to produce inspiring and beautiful images of the sky. There are seven categories: deep sky; wide-field; solar system: high-res (field of view less than one moon-width); solar system: wide field (field of view greater than one moon-width); animated sequences: scientific; and animated sequences: aesthetic.

Winning Sky Photos 2016

Lavington Library, Albury
8 November 2016 – 7 January 2017

RiAus, Adelaide
18 January – 19 March 2017

Museum of the Riverina, Wagga Wagga
28 March – 21 May 2017

Scienceworks
31 May – 19 July 2017