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Royal Photographic Society Science Photographer of the Year Exhibition

26 May 2020 - 19 Jul 2020

When

Tuesday 26 May 2020, 10.00am - Sunday 19 July 2020, 4.00pm


Tue-Sun 10am-4pm (MOTAT will be closed on Mondays during Alert Level 2 operations and until further notice)

Where

MOTAT, 805 Great North Rd, Western Springs, Auckland

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Cost

Entry included within normal MOTAT admission fees (25% off during Alert Level 1):

  • Child (5-16 years) $7.50
  • Adult $14.25
  • Under 5 FREE 
  • NZ SuperGold Card holders with ID FREE 
  • Family Pass (2 adults and up to 4 children) $33.75
  • Student (incl. tertiary) with NZ Student ID card $7.50
  • Overseas Senior Citizen (non NZ, aged 65+) $7.50
Contact

Museum of Transport & Technology (MOTAT)

enquiries@motat.org.nz

0800 668 3869

Website

motat.org.nz/exhibitions/science-photographer-of-the-year

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Come and discover the beauty of raspberry mould, crystallised face cream and a safety pin as you’ve never seen one before.

Meet the Confused Flour Beetle thanks to scanning electron microscopy.

Marvel at breathtaking illuminations of the night sky, and see King Richard III’s skull.

This exhibition is a must-see for photography aficionados, science enthusiasts and the general public alike.

The spectacular images in this exhibition bring together the worlds of science and photography in a competition organised by the Royal Photographic Society in the United Kingdom.

The exhibition showcases some of the finalists and winners of the inaugural competition. It comprises 47 incredible photographic images showing off the diversity of science in action all over the world.

MOTAT is excited to bring you the first showing outside of London.

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