We're excited to bring you the next edition of the Sydney University Museums magazine MUSE!
Find the hard copy at all of our venues, or simply click the image below to access the online copy.
You can also view all past issues of MUSE, Sydney University Museums Newsletter, and Macleay Museum News.
Features this issue:
- Beautiful stranger - Which classical figure is depicted by a statue in the Nicholson Museum.
- Independence Day - Papua New Guinea is celebrating 40 years of freedom from Australian rule.
- Women in Power - A unique exhibition comprises artworks from the Power collection.
- One fish, two fish, red and blue fish - From tiny gobies to huge gropers, sleek tunas and fantastic seadragons, meet the Acanthomorpha family.
- To restore or not to restore - Tourism is putting more pressure on governments to reconstruct ancient sites. But what are the risks?
- Elephants never forget - The Macleay Museum's stairs have long been guarded by the imposing skull of Ghandi, a bull elephant. This is his story.
- Mirror, mirror - Jack Redgate's exhibition, utilising the art of refracted light, is nothing short of illuminating.
- The line of beauty - Lynette Jensen recently donated two plate engravings by William Hograth to the university. She explains why.
- All that glisters is not gold - The Nicholson museum holds several Bronze Age replicas linked to two skilled artisans: Emile Gillieron and his son, also called Emile.
- Work together - We pay tribute to Dr Gumbula, a Yolŋu community elder, University scholar and eminent musician.
- Drawn together - Architecture students were invited to sketch museum items in a historical/cultural context. The results were unexpected.
- Find your muse - Find out what's coming up at Sydney University Museums over the next three months