Batavia-An artistic and archaeological tour
Start:November 25, 2017 2:00 pm
End:November 25, 2017 4:30 pm
Location:Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery | Private Dining Room
Price:$45.00 per person
Price includes an Exhibition Tour and High Tea presented by Paul Uhlmann & Corioli Souter
This event is held in conjunction with the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery exhibition BATAVIA (1629): Giving voice to the voiceless and will commence with a personalised tour of the exhibition hosted by artist Paul Uhlmann before moving to the University Club for High Tea and presentation by Corioli Souter, Curator at the Department of Maritime Archaeology at the Western Australian Museum and adjunct lecturer a UWA. Corioli has taken part in over 40 archaeological research projects. Her current research interests is archaeology of the Indian Ocean and the history of collecting in Western Australia.
BATAVIA (1629): Giving voice to the voiceless re-examines the horrendous story of the murder of 125 men women and children, following the wreck of the Dutch VOC ship the Batavia In 1629, as reinterpreted through the work of archaeologists, scientists and artists, who share the collective aim of deepening perceptual understandings of the Batavia Wreck.
BATAVIA (1629): Giving voice to the voiceless will be at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA, between 7 October – 16 December.
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