Public programs

Devil at Bonorong

TMAG has created a range of events and activities to suit all ages to help celebrate The Remarkable Tasmanian Devil, so come and meet the devil you know, and the devil you don’t, this summer!

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Upcoming events


School Holiday Program

Monday 15 – Friday 19 January 2018
11:00 am to 2:00 pm daily

Join TMAG’s learning team to create large Tasmanian devil sculptures from organic and recycled materials. These collaborative daily workshops include hands-on 3D making for 5-12 year olds, as well as an informative and playful devil-themed space for early learners. Plus, you can see your devil sculpture displayed in the Watergate Courtyard from 22 to 28 January! Free event, no bookings required.

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Devil Sunday Sessions
Sunday 4, Sunday 11 and Sunday 18 February 2018
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

A series of late afternoon short talks with live music in TMAG’s summery Watergate Courtyard. Grab a beer and a bite to eat and hear leading experts discuss devil conservation and the most recent research into the health and survival of the devil. Emceed by science communicator Mark Horstman, the sessions will also feature live music in partnership with Music Tasmania. See the flyer for full line-ups of speakers and musicians.

Please note TMAG will close one hour later on these three Sundays.

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Other public programs


Devil Toolkits

Children under 6 can pick up one of the special Devil Toolkits made especially for The Remarkable Tasmanian Devil exhibition at the Visitor Information Desk. These kits include devil finger puppets, puzzles, and a sketch book and are free to loan during your visit.

Devil Reading Lounge
Central Gallery

Sink into a bean bag or a lounge chair and enjoy an especially-created devil bush soundscape. Select a book from our special Devil Library, with books suitable for early learners to adults, or browse the latest information on devil conservation from TMAG’s exhibition partners.

 

Social media


Don’t forget to share your impressions of The Remarkable Tasmanian Devil using the tag #remarkabledevil

You can find TMAG on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more highlights of this fascinating exhibition.