Museum of Brisbane

Perspectives on a Century Tours

  • 19 Sep, 14 Nov, 30 Jan, 5 Mar
  • 11am - 11.45am
  • Free, bookings essential
  • Gallery 1

Brush up on a century of art history, by joining a series of four illuminating New Woman tours led by Judith McKay, Louise Martin-Chew, Glenn Cooke and Carl Warner.

Perspectives on a Century Tours

Brush up on a century of art history, by joining a series of four illuminating New Woman tours led by Judith McKay, Louise Martin-Chew, Glenn Cooke and Carl Warner.

Each tour will unravel the role of local artists through the distinct timelines covered in the New Woman exhibition: from the advocacy periods of the 1920s and 1930s, through to the modern-day era that sees Brisbane women amplifying their voices on the world stage.

Hear from each expert as they offer historical and personal insights into the significant role these artists have played in Brisbane’s art ecology over the last 100 years.

Thu 19 Sep, 11am | Advocating | Judith McKay

Thu 14 Nov, 11am | Teaching | Louise Martin-Chew

Thu 30 Jan, 11am | Challenging | Glenn Cooke

Thu 5 Mar, 11am | Leading and Expanding | Carl Warner

FREE, bookings essential

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Anne Alison Greene, Girl Reading, c1930, oil on canvas. Gift of Alice and Helah Greene, 1964, courtesy The Women’s College.