Eveline Syme
The factory 1933
linocut, printed in colour inks, from four blocks
National Gallery of Australia, Kamberri/Canberra Purchased 1979
© Estate of Eveline Syme

Eveline Syme
The factory 1933
linocut, printed in colour inks, from four blocks
National Gallery of Australia, Kamberri/Canberra Purchased 1979
© Estate of Eveline Syme

Exhibition in focus: Spowers & Syme

16 July to 16 October

Victorian Curriculum all Levels—The Arts and Humanities (History)

Book a guided tour and learn more about the artistic friendship of Melbourne artists Ethel Spowers and Eveline Syme, and the changing face of interwar Australia through the perspective of two pioneering modern women artists. Explore Spowers and Syme’s innovative approach to printmaking and lino and woodcut techniques.

A National Gallery touring exhibition.

Cost: $5 per student

To learn more about this program please contact Learning and Audience Engagement Manager Elishia Furet elishia@geelonggallery.org.au or complete a booking form

Enquire about our fully subsidised tickets and busing available for students with disability, low SES and regional schools by emailing elishia@geelonggallery.org.au

 

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National Touring Partner

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Major Patron

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Publication Partner

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