Powerhouse Museum Presents AC/DC Australia’s Family Jewels

The Powerhouse Museum presents a new exhibition, open 11 September – 28 November 2010, celebrating the history, music, performance and creativity of one of the world’s greatest Rock’n’Roll bands, AC/DC.

Featuring original material never before on public display, including costumes, instruments, photographs, hand-written material, stage props, tour ephemera and more. Angus Young’s Gibson guitar, ‘Super-Ang’ costume and school boy outfit, and Bon Scott’s leather jacket are just a few of the all-time favourites that visitors will see first-hand.

Presented by the Arts Centre Melbourne and Western Australian Museum in association with AC/DC, Albert Music, Sony Music, and generously supported by Visions of Australia.

The Powerhouse Museum, part of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, presents exhibitions and programs based on the ideas and technologies that have changed our world, and the stories of the people who inspire and create them.

The Powerhouse Museum is located in Darling Harbour, Sydney. Its diverse collection, built up over more than 125 years, spans history, science, technology, design, industry, decorative arts, music, transport and space exploration.

Powerhouse Museum 500 Harris Street Ultimo, PO Box K346 Haymarket, Sydney NSW 1238, Australia

www.powerhousemuseum.com

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