Is that a Nautilus shell? Why don’t spiders get stuck in their own webs? How heavy is a dinosaur bone? How often do you get these questions in the mall? Not often, but with the Pop-up Museum, you will get the chance to get up close and personal to some amazing artefacts, stunning specimens and of course Queensland Museum experts who can tell you all about them.
After completing a Bachelor of Visual Arts at QUT and a Post Graduate Diploma in Community Museum Management from James Cook University, Alison volunteered at the Qld Museum where she...View Profile
Chris Burwell joined the Queensland Museum in 1995 and is now Senior Curator of insects. He has a 20% co-appointment with Griffith University where he is a lecturer in the...View Profile
Steve Wilson is a Brisbane-based herpetologist and author of numerous books on reptiles including regional, state and Australian identification guides and a children's book. He works as a fauna consultant...View Profile
Todd works for the Queensland Museum in the Exhibition Services section as a Preparator. What does it mean? His job covers a wide variety of tasks including timber, metal and...View Profile
Dr John Healy is Curator of Molluscs (Biodiversity Program) at the Queensland Museum and has been actively involved with research on molluscs (malacology) since 1979 when he commenced his Honours...View Profile
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