BROKEN Exhibition | MOD. Museum | Jan – Nov 2024

It can sometimes feel like the world is so BROKEN that nothing will ever change. Housing, education, universal services, politics, collaboration. The list goes on. But it’s not all doom and gloom. The world has changed before and it will change again.

MOD.’s new exhibition BROKEN is an exploration of how the world could be different if we imagined new ways of being. If our old systems are broken, what should we build in their place? See how trees might have a voice in politics, explore how learning could mean more, and hear from Time Commissioners about what’s important now and 60,000 years into the future.

What does putting nature first look like? Could teenagers have more say in their futures? Is it possible to have somewhere to live when no one owns a house?

BROKEN opens in January 2024 and runs until late November 2024.

What is MOD.?

MOD. is a futuristic museum of discovery. It’s a place to be and be inspired by ideas at the intersection of science, art, and innovation. The exhibitions are designed for people aged 15-25, showcasing how research shapes our understanding of the world around us to inform our futures.

MOD. is located on North Terrace at UniSA and features a new interactive exhibition each year. Although the exhibitions in previous years have been aimed at ages 15-25, many of the elements of previous exhibitions have been suitable for kids aged under 15 as the displays have been very interactive and engaging.  Our kids (aged 9+) have loved visiting in previous years! 



MOD. has free entry and there is no need to book. 

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For more information and all enquiries please visit the MOD. website 

What  BROKEN – MOD. 

When:   January – November 2024 | Closed Monday, Sunday & Public Holidays | Open 10am – 5pm Tuesday – Saturday

Where:   MOD. Museum | North Terrace, adjacent, Morphett St, Adelaide

Who:   Designed for ages 15 – 25

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

Image Source: MOD. website


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