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Supertonic Exhibition Museum Activities

Date

Sat 19th August 2023, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location

Tweed Regional Museum - Murwillumbah
Queensland Road

Other Dates

Sat 19th August 2023, 10:00am

Tue 22nd August 2023, 10:00am

Wed 23rd August 2023, 10:00am

Thu 24th August 2023, 10:00am

Fri 25th August 2023, 10:00am

Sat 26th August 2023, 10:00am

Tue 29th August 2023, 10:00am

Wed 30th August 2023, 10:00am

Thu 31st August 2023, 10:00am

Fri 01st September 2023, 10:00am

Sat 02nd September 2023, 10:00am

Tue 05th September 2023, 10:00am

Wed 06th September 2023, 10:00am

Thu 07th September 2023, 10:00am

Fri 08th September 2023, 10:00am

Sat 09th September 2023, 10:00am

Tue 12th September 2023, 10:00am

Wed 13th September 2023, 10:00am

Thu 14th September 2023, 10:00am

Fri 15th September 2023, 10:00am

Sat 16th September 2023, 10:00am

Tue 19th September 2023, 10:00am

Wed 20th September 2023, 10:00am

Thu 21st September 2023, 10:00am

Fri 22nd September 2023, 10:00am

Sat 23rd September 2023, 10:00am

Tue 26th September 2023, 10:00am

Wed 27th September 2023, 10:00am

Thu 28th September 2023, 10:00am

Fri 29th September 2023, 10:00am

Details

Explore the Museum’s exhibition Supertonic and enjoy a range of self-guided and hands-on activities.

About the exhibition

Supertonic explores the vibrant musical world of the Northern Rivers through recordings, scores, instruments, sounds, and stories of people creating music. Local bands and musicians have a strong connection to the place, drawing inspiration from the culture, landscape, and people of the area.

The Museum has collaborated with a large number of musos and featured musicians include Sunnyboys, Budjerah, JK47, Amy Shark, Tora, The Jezabels, Troy Cassar Daley and more.

About the activities

Supertonic Sequencer

Bust a move at our interactive installation and compose your very own live musical composition and visual display.  

Your body movements will trigger sound bites prerecorded by local musicians to play and flora and fauna icons to dance on our digital screen, resulting in their very own musical score and live moving mural.

The Lounge Room

 Drop in, hang out and spin some vinyl in our 1970s inspired lounge room.  

Think mustard, burnt orange and deep chocolate…
Think soft velvet upholstery…
Think bold wallpaper…
Plus an evolving selection of vintage records for you to listen to.  

Become an Album Cover Artist

Be inspired by the music and albums in the Supertonic exhibition and draw your original, expressive album cover art, giving a visual representation of the music within.

Create an album cover for your favourite band or musician in the exhibition, or make up your own band. 

Drop in. Self-guided fun. 
Children under 12 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Date

Sat 19th August 2023, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location

Tweed Regional Museum - Murwillumbah
Queensland Road

Other Dates

Sat 19th August 2023, 10:00am

Tue 22nd August 2023, 10:00am

Wed 23rd August 2023, 10:00am

Thu 24th August 2023, 10:00am

Fri 25th August 2023, 10:00am

Sat 26th August 2023, 10:00am

Tue 29th August 2023, 10:00am

Wed 30th August 2023, 10:00am

Thu 31st August 2023, 10:00am

Fri 01st September 2023, 10:00am

Sat 02nd September 2023, 10:00am

Tue 05th September 2023, 10:00am

Wed 06th September 2023, 10:00am

Thu 07th September 2023, 10:00am

Fri 08th September 2023, 10:00am

Sat 09th September 2023, 10:00am

Tue 12th September 2023, 10:00am

Wed 13th September 2023, 10:00am

Thu 14th September 2023, 10:00am

Fri 15th September 2023, 10:00am

Sat 16th September 2023, 10:00am

Tue 19th September 2023, 10:00am

Wed 20th September 2023, 10:00am

Thu 21st September 2023, 10:00am

Fri 22nd September 2023, 10:00am

Sat 23rd September 2023, 10:00am

Tue 26th September 2023, 10:00am

Wed 27th September 2023, 10:00am

Thu 28th September 2023, 10:00am

Fri 29th September 2023, 10:00am

We wish to acknowledge the Ngandowal and Minyungbal speaking people of the Bundjalung Country, in particular the Goodjinburra, Tul-gi-gin and Moorung – Moobah clans, as being the traditional owners and custodians of the land and waters within the Tweed Shire boundaries. We also acknowledge and respect the Tweed Aboriginal community’s right to speak for its Country and to care for its traditional Country in accordance with its lores, customs and traditions.