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Talking History with Juliette Peers

Eureka Centre, 102 Stawell Street South, Eureka, Victoria, 3350
04 Mar 2021

Since the 1970s, historians, curators and activists have been researching and discussing the place of women artists in narratives of Australian settler culture. Beginning in the late 2000s, a global movement has consciously returned women's cultural production to the centre of public institutional displays and practices. Many artworks, life-stories and narratives have been re-evaluated and endorsed. Yet major journals and newspapers have simultaneously published essays that were critical of any attempts to manipulate public memory across this decade.

Content: Eureka Centre
Entry cost:

Free entry

Accessibility:
  • Actively welcomes people with access needs
  • Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance
  • Suitable for guests who depend on the use of a wheelchair in a seated position at all times
Eureka Centre, 102 Stawell Street South, Eureka, Victoria, 3350

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