Tony Ellwood AM, NGV Director, warmly invites you to a special series of online events:
Over the coming weeks, this new series of online discussions will shine a light on unique aspects of the NGV Collection and is offered exclusively to supporters of the NGV.
THU 11 JUN, 4PM
You are warmly invited to the next instalment of our Spotlight on the NGV Collection series this Thursday 18 June at 4pm.
The turn of the twentieth century was a crucial time for women artists in Australia. By 1900, women slowly began to enter the managing ranks of art societies and were provided with professional opportunities. While prejudice about women’s capacity as artists remained widespread, more women gained recognition and respect as ‘professional artists’ in this period than ever before.
Please join us and NGV curators David Hurlston, Susan van Wyk, Beckett Rozentals and Sophie Gerhard for an insightful discussion on the women who paved the way in Australia’s art, design and social history as well as their role in introducing Post-impressionism into Australian art.
Live on Thursday 18 June, 4pm.
The event will be hosted online via Webex.
Ten minutes before the scheduled start time, please click ‘Join Here’ below and enter your details and password if prompted.
A reminder will be sent ahead of the event.
Event Password: Foundation#1861
For the best viewing experience, please be aware that microphones will be muted and cameras disabled for all attendees during the event. Attendees are welcome to submit questions during the program via the chat function within Webex.
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Image caption: Emma Minnie Boyd, A lassie yet 1888, Gift of Krystyna Campbell-Pretty AM and Family through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program, 2020