Walk into the Elephant talk

March 17, 2016 BY

Try something a little different these school holidays with the Elephant Listening Project on Saturday April 2 at the National Wool Museum. Performer Vicki Hallett creates music based on elephant talk.
She uses a variety of instruments and technology to sample ele-talk so humans can hear it and complement the sounds with music.
The performance creates a positive, emotional and uplifting interaction between humans and the elephantidae.
This is a very special program, suitable for all ages and brought to the Wool Museum by the US’s Cornell University. Bookings are required, and the program is included in the museum entry fee.
Other exhibitions and activities at the Wool Museum on during the holidays are:
Wildlife Photographer of the Year (developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London)  Wildlife of Gondwana: Beasts of The Great Southern Supercontinent (from PrimeSci and the Monash University Collection).
Felt a dino egg, Animal shadow puppets, Knitting Nancy animals, and Painting with wool.
Activities are available daily from March 28 to April 10 at the National Wool Museum, 26-32 Moorabool Street, Geelong.
For details on all exhibition and activities, head to geelongaustralia.com.au/nwm.

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