The first time I heard of Galileo was in the backseat of my parent’s car, whilst they were blaring “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen. Galileo (Galileo), Galileo (Galileo), Galileo, Figaro-magnifico I was just a youngster, bobbing away idly in the back seat as my parents were reminiscing about their youth and ... Continue Reading »
[ By freya on May 22, 2011 ]
Tania has a Junior Primary/Primary Teaching degree with Honours from the University of South Australia. Having become interested in teacher education, epistemology and philosophy for children she went on to complete a PhD focusing on the reasoning, or epistemological levels, of pre-service teachers. Primarily, her research focused on how pre-service ... Continue Reading »
Current Art Exhibition:
When: Starts on Friday 15 February 2013 & ends Tuesday 11 June 2013.
Illuminations comprises an ongoing collection of portraits of scientists, each highlighting the work of that individual as a part of the greater project of science. We live in a society deeply indebted to the work of scientists, yet their presence in the public consciousness is mostly eclipsed by sports ... Read More »