Tyama: A Multisensory Exhibition at Melbourne Museum
- Tue Jul 26 - Fri Sep 30 2022
An extraordinary new exhibition has opened at Melbourne Museum creating an immersive landscape abloom with multisensory installations including 360-degree responsive projections, stunning illuminations across a 1000-square-metre display, breathtaking effects and mesmerising sounds.
Marrying the physical and digital realms at a monumental scale, merging cutting-edge technology with wondrous objects from Museums’ collections, the wild and fascinating journey of Tyama reawakens your connection to the natural world by engaging your body, mind and spirit.
Grounded in First Peoples' knowledge, Tyama (CHAH-MUH) means ‘to know’, not just with our minds, but with our whole being. By listening closely with our senses, we can embody these learnings and understand our place in the world. Tyama presents interactive worlds that respond to movement and sounds, providing visitors with the opportunity to play an active part in shaping their own experience.
Tyama: A deeper sense of knowing is a unique interactive journey offering you the chance to explore Victoria’s nocturnal landscapes through the eyes of creatures we share Country with, and play in six extraordinary digital environments that each bring untold stories to life.
Discover senses beyond human perception as you are immersed in the perspectives of the animals around you. Chase pheromones with moths. Use sound to see like a bat. Learn from fish to sense without touch. And swim with whales to discover the songlines that connect us all.
Tyama is a self-guided experience for all ages and abilities that will take approximately 25 to 40 minutes.
Where: Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson St, Carlton
When: Daily | 9am - 5pm
Cost: With Museum Entry - Adult $30: Child $12: Museum Members $12; Family $65
Exhibition Only - Adult $23; Child $12; Family $50.
Find out more and book now at Tyama at Melbourne Museum.
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