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Animals and us exhibition at Yamba

ABOVE: One of the public program exhibitions will be Alpaca owner Kathleen Werry.
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If you are an animal lover than you may want to see a new exhibition to open at the Yamba Museum this Friday night.
The ‘Animals and Us’ exhibition explores animal-human relationships from a range of different perspectives.
Museum President Marea Buist said she was excitedly anticipating the opening of the exhibition, which has been in the planning for over a year.
“The selected themes we have chosen for this exhibition are, Animals – in Space, Farming, War, Films/Cartoons, Chinese Zodiac, Introduced, Companion, Medical and Marketing and we look at the social, emotional and scientific implications of how humans understand and interact with animals in our everyday lives” Mrs Buist said.
The themes will be explored through informative text panels, photos and selected objects to form the collection.
The ‘Animals & Us’ exhibition opening will be at 6pm, Friday June 16 at the Yamba Museum and The Old Kirk.
A public program is on Saturday, June 17 from 11am at the Yamba Museum with museum and exhibition entry: adults $5 children free.