ADFAS Narrabri ” A Tale of Two Barbaras”.
March 9 @ 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
A TALE OF TWO BARBARAS
Presented by Catherine Wallace
Monday 9 March 2020 – 7pm
In this lecture we look at the work of two female sculptors who lived in Cornwall, UK for most of their lives. Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975) became a leading light in the modernist movement in British art. Barbara Tribe (1913 – 2000) came from Australia and was a talented sculptor. She returned to Australia on many occasions in later life. We take a fascinating in depth look at the similarities and differences in the work of these two pioneering female artists of the 20th Century.
Catherine Wallace is a UK based Arts Society lecturer and resides in Cornwall. She holds a degree in Fine Art from Canterbury College of Art and a Masters from St Andrews. Catherine was a curator of Falmouth Art Gallery from 1993 through to 2000. She has been a freelance exhibition organiser, author and lecturer since then and has organised numerous art and sculpture exhibitions.
Lectures take place in Cinema 1, The Crossing Theatre. Arrivals in the foyer at 6.30pm onwards for a 7pm start. Tickets are available on the night at the door.
Guests $30 per person. High School Students under 18 years $10. Younger children – free entry. Visiting members of other ADFAS Societies $5.
Lecture time approx 1 hour. Join us and our lecturer afterwards for drinks and canapés in the café!
The Crossing Theatre
Mondays at 7pm
arrival from 6.30pm onwards
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Membership $150 per person $280 per couple.
Visitors fee per lecture: $30
High School Students under 18 years: $10
Younger children: Free
Visiting members of other ADFAS societies: $5
If a member is unable to attend a lecture, a family
member may attend the lecture instead at no extra charge.Membership between societies is not transferrable.
Any enquires to Jenny Falkiner 0427 933 142