What’s the link between quiet 1890s North Adelaide and the radical world of 1920s European art and literature? Meet Stella Bowen.
One of Australia’s great war artists, Bowen was a remarkable South Australian who abandoned the home she dismissed as a “queer little backwater of intellectual timidity” at the age of 20. Exploring turn-of-the-century North Adelaide life through Bowen’s own words and oft-incisive observations.
Cost: Adult $15, Concession $13, NT Member $10, Child $10
Starting point Ayers House museum , ending Centre of Whitmore Square, Adelaide