50 Years OnWA Museum


50 Years On

We invited schools to imagine the world in 2067 and create a digital poster of an object or place that may no longer exist but should be recognised as important. Come and view the results at an intriguing exhibition.

The digital poster could include information on it’s purpose; why it wouldn’t exist anymore; what, if anything, has replaced it and why it should be remembered as significant.

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Museum of the Great Southern, Residency Rd, Albany


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