Join us for an exclusive alumni tour of our current exhibition, Bee-stung Lips: Barbara Hanrahan works on paper 1960-1991.
Bee-stung lips is a Flinders University Museum of Art exhibition curated by Nic Brown. It is the first major survey exhibition of Barbara Hanrahan’s prolific 30-year printmaking career that was set in motion in 1960 and ended with her untimely death at the age of 52.
Curated by Nic Brown, Collections Curator, FUMA this exhibition exemplifies Hanrahan’s mastery and innovation across mediums including woodcuts, linocuts, screenprints, lithographs, etchings and drypoint, as well as rarely-seen drawings, paintings and collages.
Each tour will be followed by Morning Tea at the Museum.
Bookings are essential as FUMA is continuing to follow Government advice regarding physical distancing and hygiene measures.