Pattern Play

Pattern Play

We have had a busy time in the past week since returning from Jackson Hole.

It has been so beautiful being back home with our little family and even though I didn’t miss the numerous loads of washing, school lunches and bedtime battles whilst away, there certainly is no place like home.

Last Friday I took Poppy and James to enjoy Pattern Play at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery:

Pattern Play

An interactive family exhibition celebrating the wonderful world of patterns, Pattern Play incorporates two exhibitions: Jemima Wyman: Pattern Bandits, a Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) Touring Exhibition, and Patterns in Nature, an exhibition drawing on TMAG’s own rich collections.

Pattern Play

It was fantastic and I especially loved the Patterns in Nature Exhibition:

Patterns in Nature highlights the many spectacular patterns that occur in the natural world – spots and stripes, spirals and speckles, natural number patterns and patterns of behaviour are all elements that can form the patterns we see every day.

It uses items from TMAG’s much-loved science collections and interactive elements to engage visitors with the patterns that occur in nature, with particular reference to Tasmanian plants and animals.

Pattern Play

We had a day trip on the boat on Saturday with family and friends and then an expiring voucher for Frank Restaurant inspired a family lunch on Sunday.  Sublime!  xx

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