Plasma ball in Creative Science show

Member Families: Electricity and Magnetism Science Show.

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Date Times
Sunday 28 July 10.30am - 11am
11.15am - 11:45am
1pm - 1.30pm
1.45pm - 2.15pm

Ages: 5+ years

Join us for an interactive and educational journey into the exciting world of electricity and magnetism. Science Educator Jenny Lynch will guide you and your little ones through a series of thrilling experiments and demonstrations that are sure to make the sparks fly. Watch in amazement as lightning flashes before your eyes, and be captivated by the hidden power of magnets. From static electricity to electromagnetism, we'll explore it all in a fun and engaging way that is sure to dazzle and delight both children and adults alike.

We'd like to show our appreciation for you being an AM Member by offering exclusive access to this free show. It's our way of saying thank you for being part of our Museum family and for fostering a love of learning and discovery in the next generation. This is an experience you won't want to miss - book your free tickets today and let the magic of science begin!

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Jenny Lynch

Jenny Lynch – Science Communicator from Creative Science

Celia Curtis is a multidisciplinary artist. She is an experienced scenic painter, maker and a published scientific illustrator.

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Jenny Lynch is a kids' science communicator and founder of Creative Science Australia, specialising in live science shows and workshops. Jenny previously worked for Questacon – The National Science and Technology Centre where she started the Questacon Science Squad in Sydney and managed a team of science communicators to deliver Questacon outreach programs across the metropolitan and regional Australia.

Jenny has also worked for the Centre of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO), expanding a video conferencing program to reach school students in every state and territory in Australia, and developing astronomy resources for schools and the general public.