Come hither: Interpretations of the boudoir

Main Gallery: 25 January - 8 April 2007

VR Morrison

Image: VR Morrison Temperature 2004

Derived from the French word bouder meaning 'to sulk', this exhibition will explore the idea of the woman's bedroom as a private, personal and sometimes secretive place. Traditionally the boudoir has been imagined as a room for women's luxurious pampering and seduction. Or has it?

Masquerade Ball (official opening)
Date: Friday 9 February, 6:00-8:00pm
RSVP: essential by Friday 2 February: Ph 6926 9660
Cost: $5 ($3 Members of Friends of the Gallery)
Dress code: Masque to seduce; refreshments provided

Floortalk:  A talk by artists featured in the exhibition
Date: Saturday 10 February, 11:00am
Cost: Gold coin donation
RSVP appreciated: Ph 6926 9660

Jane Austen Revisited: Students from Charles Sturt University perform a scene of Pride and Prejudice.
Date: Saturday 24 February, 11:00am
         Saturday 10 March, 11:00am
Cost: Free 

Floortalk:  A talk by Helen Lennie, co-founder of Signature Prints - the company which reproduces the beautiful designs of Florence Broadhurst.
Date: Saturday 3 March, 11:00am
RSVP appreciated: Ph 6926 9660
Cost: Gold coin donation

Movies under the stars: A screening of Rear Window by Alfred Hitchcock. Projected from the National Art Glass Gallery onto the mural wall.
Date: Wednesday 21 March, 8:00pm
RSVP appreciated: Ph 6926 9660
Cost: Free. Popcorn and sparkling apple juice available for purchase. Bring along a chair or a rug to sit on. In the event of rain the location will move to the nearby Art Education Room.