Gallery: Clarice Beckett – Atmosphere Exhibition
Clarice Beckett was an Australian artist known for her Beaumaris streetscapes, Melbourne cityscapes and Port Phillip Bay works. She had a connection to our region, spending 6 months in the Western District / Geelong in 1926 and Anglesea in 1929.
Entry to the exhibition $20 / concession $15.
Entry to the Gallery is free if you’d prefer to just wander through the other Gallery displays.
Afternoon: National Wool Museum. There are two exhibitions:
‘Bluestone: 150 Years of the Dennys Lascelles Woolstore’ – an historical account of the colonisation of the region and events leading to the opening of the wool store, including Wadawurrung stories.
‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year from the Natural History Museum of London’. If you have seen this before you will know how spectacular the photography is.
Both are $10 / concession $8. I thought you could each choose on the day which one you’d prefer.
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