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In a display of 40 black and white prints, artist Greg Sugden brings together art and science to take a fresh look at the Big Bang Theory.

Sugden, who has a science degree and enjoys a career as an artist, authored and illustrated The Big Think. The Big Think was listed as a notable book at the 2009 Children’s Book of the Year Awards and now with the support of Museum Victoria Sugden is exhibiting at Scienceworks to provide a new way of engaging children with both science and art.

The exhibition fee is included with the price of entry, which is free for children under the age of 16, concession card holders and Museum Victoria members.

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The Big Think details

2 Booker St, Spotswood 3015

Telephone 03 9392 4800

Nearby Stations: Spotswood

Price up to $10.00

Date 29 Jun 2013-01 Dec 2013

Open Daily 10am-4.30pm

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