Tweed Regional Museum has an exciting range of events to accompany our exhibitions.
Whether it’s a school holiday activity, cocktail night, or a hands-on workshop you’re after, you’re sure to find something interesting going on at the Museum.
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Each school holiday, the Museum offers programs and activities that complement our exhibitions.
Join Curator Erika Taylor on an entertaining small-group tour of Tweed Regional Museum’s newest exhibition, Cure All.
The tour will include a fascinating deep-dive into the Museum’s health and medicine collection, both strange and wonderful. The tour is interactive, and full of surprises. Get up close and personal with the Museum’s leeches, be fascinated by killer pills, cure-oil concoctions, and illicit potions, and experience some electrifying quack medicine.
Suitable 16+ years.
Visit our Cure All exhibition to discover an intriguing history of health and medicine in the Tweed before joining this drop-in workshop. Using recycled textiles gathered by the community, you will create sculptural forms to contribute to Hiromi Tango's Healing Garden public artwork.
Hiromi Tango’s Healing Garden is a major public art commission for the new Tweed Valley Hospital. It is a participatory artwork inspired by the Lilly Pilly plant - the Wanduin (Ganai), an important rainforest species. Its berries are eaten raw by Aboriginal people to strengthen immunity and are sometimes made into a medicinal pulp to treat sore ears.
“I hope that through bringing art and health together, we will be able to shift the notion of hospital environments to a space of nurturing, education and wellness,” Hiromi Tango
Pack your lunch and come be part of a joyous and reflective space for mindful art making in our sheltered courtyard.
Free. Drop-in workshop.Suitable for all ages.
This school holidays ‘tone up your general system’ by inventing an imaginative potion using simple science and your own creativity.
This guided workshop begins with a tour of the Cure All exhibition on health and medicine, to gather inspiration before entering our laboratory to create your very own potion. Using all natural ingredients you will invent an amazing looking potion, bottle it, and design a label with your potions name and description of its special powers.
Free. 45min. Children under 12 years must be accompanied by parent or guardian.
5 July 2022 - 15 October 2022.
Tuesday to Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
Calling all little Doctors and Nurses to the Museum surgery station.
Scrub in, pop on your coat and stethoscope and explore our Kids surgery activities during your visit to see the exhibition.
Drop in. Self guided activity.
Children under 12 years must be accompanied by parent or guardian.