Friday 17 June - Friday 26 August 2016, 10am-5pm Monday to Friday only
An exhibition of WW1 memorabilia conserved by Artlab conservators with the poignant and thoughtful stories behind these keepsakes, written by their owners who generously contributed to Artlab's Flanders Field Poppy Trail exhibition.
Free conservation clinic with two Artlab Australia conservators offering expert practical advice about caring for your family treasures including individual assessments and four half hour hands-on workshops throughout the day.
Scholz Park Museum re-opened April 2016 after two years of restoration. Come and visit Scholz Cottage (c. 1871), its Blacksmith Shop (c. 1869) and its Wheelwright Shop (c. 1869). Witness a bygone era of life and industries past. Experience an enhanced view of the Museum at night.
Celebrating 30 years since Lyle Urlwin's dream of an Agricultural Museum became a reality. Join us for afternoon tea and see a legacy of farming history, complemented by the official opening of new pavilions.
Friday 27 May to Sunday 29 May 2016, 10am-4pm.
Conservator's talk: Friday 27 May 2016, 7pm
The centrepiece is an 1867 Angaston map, displayed for the first time since conservation by Artlab (who will talk about their work at 7pm on 27 May). See how Angaston looked at that time and learn about its development since. Discover more about street names, houses and public buildings.
Join us for the official opening in the Market Square Museum. Explore how Burra's businesses contributed to the mining history of the town. Various interpretive formats, including room recreations, timeline, photographs and oral histories explore the history of key businesses in Burra and the people behind them.