Activity at National Museum for adults with disabilities

Event date: 
16 April 2010
National Museum of Australia: Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula,

Free activity for ADULTS with disabilities at the National Museum of Australia
Guided exhibition tour and music workshop Friday 16 April 1pm

The National Museum of Australia, in collaboration with Music For Everyone, invites adults with disabilities to visit the Museum for a unique activity, free of charge. Participants will enjoy a guided tour of the exhibition, Water: H2O=Life, followed by a group music workshop exploring the exhibition's theme, led by Music For Everyone's experienced staff. No previous musical experience necessary. Participants may be accompanied by a carer if needed.

Date: Friday 16 April 2010
Time: 1.00pm-2.30pm (12.45pm arrival for 1pm start)
Venue: National Museum of Australia: Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula, Acton
Who: Adults with disabilities
Cost: Free of charge, but bookings are required

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL: For more info and bookings, visit http://www.mfe.org.au and go to Special Events to download your booking form. Places are limited.

Contact Music For Everyone on 6230 7190 or [email protected] for all inquiries.

Music For Everyone is supported by the ACT Government, the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Council, and The Snow Foundation. Music For Everyone supports SmokeFree.

WINNER of the NATIONAL MUSIC IN COMMUNITIES AWARD 2009

WINNER of the CHIEF MINISTER'S INCLUSION AWARD for EDUCATION 2009