Many women artists have been forgotten by history. Join in the resurgence of interest in their lives, their works and the times in which they lived. A series of talks will be held in August and September on Australian women artists, featuring Dorrit Black, Nora Heysen and Margaret Preston. All these women were born in Adelaide and traveled to Europe, early in the twentieth century to further their art. On their return to home they had a profound influence Australian art.
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Details of the Talks
When: 11, 18, 25 August and 1 September, from 10.30am-12.00pm.
Where: Lochend Community Hall, Lochiel Park, Campbelltown. Adjacent to historic Lochend House and just behind Mercato near Linear Park.
Cost: $60 or $20 per session. The 1 September session will be a free tour of Art Gallery of SA to view the works of the artists covered in the talks.
All funds raised will go towards Zonta scholarships and projects to make a better world for women and girls.