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Gold Bar: Reawakening the Dragon

When:

Thu 16 Nov 2017, 6:30pm–9:00pm

Where: Gold Museum, 3 Bradshaw Street, Ballarat, Ballarat and Western District

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Adult: $35.29
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Not just another visit to a museum. Come face-to-face with one of the world’s oldest Chinese dragons and the oldest Chinese lion in Australia at a special evening event.

As the sun starts to set, guests can sip on a glass of wine while taking in a Chinese lion dance and get up close with Shuren Zhang, Chinese brush artist. Tours will take guests behind-the-scenes for a rare opportunity to see the collection and there’ll be a curator’s floor talk. Entertainment includes dancing by the ‘Happy Birds’, Tai Chi and traditional Chinese music. These special performances are in conjunction with the Chinese Australian Cultural Society Ballarat.

Gold Bar celebrates the Gold Museum’s new exhibition ‘Re-awakening the Dragon’, showcasing one of the most extensive Chinese 19th century processional and temple collections. The exhibition includes Loong, one of the world’s oldest dragons that hadn’t been on public display for over five decades.

The dragon and a lion on display are the oldest documented examples in Australia, and Ballarat is now only one of four known sites where a Qing Dynasty dragon survives in whole or part.

Tickets include drinks, light canapes, all entertainment, behind-the-scenes tour, a floor talk, and exhibition entry.