July 2011
This month, with the weather less than ideal, we will be taking a break from guided tours until August. Our Wednesday Weekday Walks will continue for all those keen to take a social and invigorating stroll at lunchtime (if necessary, rain checks will be noted on our website on the day). Additionally, there are many exciting indoor activities to attend this month in Acton. These include:


- A great selection of school holiday workshops at the National Film and Sound Archive, and an International Film Festival especially for children;

- A public art symposium presented by the ANU School of Art titled Public Interactions: Dialogues on art and public space, will bring together international and local artists, architects, designers and public intellectuals over three days to explore the role of art in the public spaces of the contemporary community;

- And for those interested in larger spaces of dialogue, as part of the Mt Stromlo Centenary Celebrations, a public lecture on the Tales Of Stars and Stellar Systems will give insights into how astronomers measure faint signals from distant island worlds.

Visit our What’s On Calendar for more information on these and more. We look forward to offering you more outdoor tours in August, and hope in the meantime that you take the opportunity to experience all of the indoor attractions in Acton.

This image: Pamille Berg provides insights into the Robin Blau's new sculpture at NewActon, 'Time Thief' during the walk to launch the Heart Foundation's Healthy Heart Challenge on the 1st June,

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