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Constance Stokes Symposium

15
Aug
From: 15 Aug, 2017 10:30am
Until: 15 Aug, 2017 03:00pm

Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery posted in Visual Arts

Constance Stokes Symposium with Felicity St John Moore, Dr Vivien Gaston, Lucilla Wyborn d’Abrera and Anthony Knight, supported by Beleura House & Garden

Tuesday 15 August, 10.30am–3pm

Cost M $40 G $45, includes morning tea on arrival and lunch Venue Tallis Pavilion, Beleura House & Garden, Mornington. Parking is at Mornington Golf Club for bus transfers to Beleura from 10.30am–11am.

Stokes has been described by prominent journalist and author Dr Anne Summers AO as ‘one of our country’s finest artists’. A pioneer of Australian Modernism, Stokes is represented in most major galleries in Australia, and her works are keenly sought after by private collectors and galleries throughout Australia and in Europe.

The Constance Stokes symposium features a stellar lineup of guest speakers who will explore the life, art and legacy of Constance Stokes. Felicity St John Moore is a renowned art historian and author who has curated exhibitions and written about artists including Charles Blackman and Danila Vassilieff for the National Gallery of Victoria, the National Gallery of Australia and Christie’s Australia. She’ll be joined by portraiture expert Dr Vivien Gaston, Constance Stokes’s daughter Lucilla Wyborn d’Abrera and Director of Beleura House & Garden, Anthony Knight.

Morning tea and lunch will be served in the Gatehouse and lectures will take place in the charming Tallis Pavilion.

Bookings: mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au  or 5950 1580

 

 

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