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Friday, February 20, 2009

 

Now that's an interesting use of a planetarium

It's something that should be part of the International Year of Astronomy, but Science Outside the Square, together with Adelaide Film Festival (AFF) and the Australian Network for Art and Technology have set up the Dome Project. This is where films have been specially made to project on Planetarium domes, but the subject matter can go beyond the usual starry night fare of Planetariums.

There is both free and ticketed events, To quote the SOS website:

The best of DomeFest

David Beining, DomeFest Founder and Director, introduces his program of DomeFest highlights, curated especially for the AFF.
When: Wed 25 Feb, Thur 26 Feb, Sat 28 Feb, Sun 1 March; 6:00pm & 7:30pm
Where: Mawson Lakes Planetarium (bus leaves from outside the SA Museum)
How: $20/$15 (includes transport). Book via www.adelaidefilmfestival.org, 01300 727 432 or in person from the AFF Box Office adjacent to the Palace Cinema, 6 Cinema place (enter via Vaughan Place off Rundle Street).

Portable dome
FREE program features Celestial mechanics (Scott Hessels), Poème électronique (Le Corbusier & Edgard Varèse), and excerpts from Future memory (Amanda Phillips & Alexander Waite Mitchell)
When: Sat 21 Feb – Tues 24 Feb; daily between 4:00pm and 8:00pm
Where: South Australian Museum forecourt, North Terrace
How: Free. No bookings required, just drop in.

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