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Ian Potter Museum Turns 40

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June 19, 2012
1:00 pmto1:30 pm
1:00 pmto1:30 pm

The Ian Potter museum celebrates its 40th anniversary with a series of talks that takes place every third Tuesday of the month until November.

The talks will focus on a key work of each exhibition, presented by the Ian Potter museum curatorial staff, university academics and special guest speakers.

For the next talk on Tuesday 19 June, artist and teacher Helen Brack will be speaking on John Brack’s The Queen (1988), a piece that she donated to the University of Melbourne Art Collection.

No bookings are required and entry is free.

WHEN: Every third Tuesday from Tuesday 19 June – Tuesday 20 November, 1pm-1:30pm
WHERE: Ian Potter Museum, 800 Swanston Street, Carlton
WEB: art-museum.unimelb.edu.au/events_Public_detail.aspx?view=134


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