Housing a permanent collection, Reflecting Canberra, and a variety of local, national and international exhibitions, CMAG provides a refreshing insight to the integration of social history and the visual arts.
Saturday 18 February 9.15 am Uriarra Crossing
Visit the Burrinjuck area with Tim Senden
and Gavin Young (ANU) to see some of the sites that have produced the 400 million year old fossil fish on display in the 'Old Bones - New Insights' exhibition. Bring your own vehicle and
a picnic lunch. The local geology will be explained from several vantage points, and we will visit some fossiliferous limestone exposures in road cuttings and on the shore of Lake Burrinjuck as time permits.
Meeting place: 9.15 am, carpark on the left side of the road, immediately across the bridge at Uriarra Crossing
Time: departing Uriarra Crossing 9.30 am; returning ~ 5.30 pm [participants may return earlier if they wish]
Recommended: hats, sunscreen, your own food and sufficient drinks, sturdy footwear.
RSVP: email to Tim.Senden@anu.edu.au
by Wednesday 15 February 2012
[numbers may be limited]
Presented by: ANU College of Physical
& Mathematical Sciences
Research School of Physics and Engineering
Research School of Earth Sciences.
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