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Day two of the APS2014 and the conference is in full swing. After many hours spent inside the dome all the delegates bravely ventured out into the dazzling sunshine for this group photo. Apologies, to Tanya, who is not in … Continue reading
Members of APS have arrived in Melbourne and are enjoying getting together to share ideas and network. A highlight already, is the inaugral APS competition – inspired by the British Association of Planetariums conference. Our President, Warik Lawrance, tasked teams … Continue reading
The APS2014 conference is now only two months away and is shaping up to be our biggest yet. While many details are still to be finalised I have already received several requests for the program. And so here is the … Continue reading
I am pleased to announce that the forthcoming APS2014 conference will include a screening of the IMAX film Hidden Universe 3D. Hidden Universe 3D takes audiences on a breathtaking journey deep into space in the cinematic medium that transports audiences … Continue reading
The dates for the APS 2014 conference have now been finalized. The meeting will take place at the Melbourne Planetarium at Scienceworks on the 17th & 18th of February. Following on from the APS meeting in Brisbane earlier this year, … Continue reading
Most of the APS 2013 attendees assembled in front of the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium in Brisbane this week.
We had a great two days of fulldome content, presentations and chatting at the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium this week. Many thanks to those who attended from around Australia, New Zealand, USA and Japan.
A photo of most our group gathered for APS 2013 held at the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium on 22/23 April 2013.
The APS 2013 is rapidly approaching and promises to be a busy, hectic and fruitful meeting. It will take place at the upgraded Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium on the 22nd & 23rd of April. Mark Rigby has done a terrific … Continue reading