The Science-Art Centre
is dedicated to initiating a
21st Century Renaissance
through the reintroduction of the classical Greek philosophy of science for ethical ends. The Centre views the re-unification of the arts and sciences as a solution to the destructive world-view that dominates all contemporary science and technology. Humanity's obsession with materialistic science and technology is leading to the ultimate destruction of our environment and needs to be balanced by the development of a humanitarian science and technology, based on newly emerging life sciences.
The Science-Art Centre comprises:
- The Science-Art Research Centre of Ausralia Incorporated, which is an Australian Commonwealth Government Approved Research Institute.
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- The Science-Art Centre at Uki, Northern New South Wales, with its Castle on the Hill Bed and Breakfast, Learning Centre and Wedding Venue.
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- A group of artists including Robert Pope, Robert Todonai and Chris Degenhardt, all of whose work reflects the philosophy of the Centre.
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The Science-Art Centre was built by artists
The artists Robert Pope, Robert Todonai and Irene Brown hand built the Centre in the Tweed Valley of Northern New South Wales. Functions and workshops are held regularly and accommodation is available at its Castle on the Hill B&B.
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Images of the Science-Art Centre's Castle on the Hill