Faces in the Crowd: More Mosman stories

Since inception, The Faces in the Crowd series of exhibitions have celebrated Mosman residents and business owners. This year the focus is the unique stories of three amazing locals.

Les Peterkin, teacher, potter, musician, and namesake of a portrait prize. Harry J. Weston, designer, artist, and teacher who established one of the country’s first commercial art studios, Elizabeth Reimer, designer, and manufacturer of one of the most desirable examples of mid-century costume jewellery.

Highly respected by their contemporaries, each established successful businesses, shared their skills, and influenced the development of design and culture in the local and wider community.

Event dates

Event Details

605 Miliatry Road,, Mosman, New South Wales

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