EVENT: Exhibition Focus Day
|Exhibition Focus Day : A family-friendly event with a unique behind-the-scenes look at rarely exhibited objects from the Berndt Museum's extensive collection.
Bring the family along to this exciting behind-the-scenes look at rarely exhibited objects from the Berndt Museum's extensive collection.
The material dates from the 1950s and will include ceremonial adornment as seen in the exhibition Through the Kunai Grass: Portraits of the New Guinea Highlands 1951-53.
The Berndt Museum’s Curatorial Director, Dr John Stanton, will give a short talk on the exhibition and curatorial staff will take you on a show-and-tell journey through the collection, followed by a mask-making activity session.
Afternoon tea and activity materials will be provided.
This talk is a FREE PUBLIC EVENT as part of the broader Public Program of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and the Berndt Museum. Subscribe to this calendar or visit www.lwgallery.uwa.edu.au/publicprogram for a full list of events.
The Campus Partner for the current Berndt Museum exhibition is the discipline of Anthropology and Sociology, within the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts.
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