Experience intimate and untold stories from the First World War that reveal the daily reality and emotional impact on the loved ones left behind in Brisbane in a new exhibition opening this Friday.

Encounter loyalty to country and family, unimaginable loss, and the endurance of love inĀ Facing World War One: Stories of loyalty, loss and love, featuring new work by Facing Australia.

 

Meet the artists

 

Tour with the curator

11am – 12 noon
Fri 22 April
Free
Bookings recommended

Join Karen Donnelly, Raimond de Weerdt and Tony Nott of Facing Australia to discuss the process behind the filmic experience, and how they created the faces of the First World War.

 

2pm – 3pm
Sat 4 June & 13 August
Free
Bookings recommended

Discover the human impact of the First World War on those who enlisted, and those who anxiously waited for news from the front, with tours led by Curator Phillip Manning.

 

This project is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Anzac Centenary Local Grants Program.

Level 3, City Hall, King George Square

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