Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: exhibition opening

Sat 7 July 2018
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Town Hall Gallery

360 Burwood Road
Hawthorn VIC 3122
Australia

Free
Accessible
07/07/2018 2:00pm 07/07/2018 4:00pm Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: exhibition opening Join us at Town Hall Gallery for the opening of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Enjoy canapés and a glass of wine while experiencing the exhibition with other art lovers. The artists and curators will be on hand to talk about the artworks.  This is a free event, but bookings are essential.  Book now About the exhibition Hawthorn Historical Society brings you an exhibition of historical photographs, memorabilia and items from the Town Hall Gallery Collection, which celebrates the many ways in which this building has been a part of the community and adapted to the changes in society since the 19th Century August 2018 marks 130 years since the foundation stone was laid at the former Hawthorn Town Hall, now Hawthorn Arts Centre. This John Beswicke designed building has been the centre of community life for 130 years. It has housed the post and telegraph office, the police lock-up and fire brigade. It has seen mayoral balls, Red Cross war work, graduations and citizenship ceremonies.   , City of Boroondara [email protected] Australia/Melbourne public
Event details

Join us at Town Hall Gallery for the opening of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.

Enjoy canapés and a glass of wine while experiencing the exhibition with other art lovers. The artists and curators will be on hand to talk about the artworks. 

This is a free event, but bookings are essential. 

Book now

About the exhibition

Hawthorn Historical Society brings you an exhibition of historical photographs, memorabilia and items from the Town Hall Gallery Collection, which celebrates the many ways in which this building has been a part of the community and adapted to the changes in society since the 19th Century

August 2018 marks 130 years since the foundation stone was laid at the former Hawthorn Town Hall, now Hawthorn Arts Centre.

This John Beswicke designed building has been the centre of community life for 130 years. It has housed the post and telegraph office, the police lock-up and fire brigade. It has seen mayoral balls, Red Cross war work, graduations and citizenship ceremonies.

 

Contact
Boroondara Arts
9278 4770
Category
Visual Arts