Art & Architecture of Lavender Bay: A Walking Tour

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Join historian Ian Hoskins on a walking tour of Lavender Bay. Discover the art, architecture and history of the area that is home to some of Sydney’s most iconic landmarks, including the Harbour Bridge and Luna Park.

The spectacular views from Lavender Bay have inspired generations of artists who have celebrated its great beauty. In the 1970s and early 1980s the waterfront enclave became a bayside bohemia and home to some of Sydney’s most celebrated artists, including Brett Whiteley and Peter Kingston.

This tour has been designed to complement our latest exhibition, Bohemian Harbour: Artists of Lavender Bay, on now at the Museum of Sydney.


 

About Ian Hoskins

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Dr Ian Hoskins has worked as an academic and public historian in Sydney for 25 years during which time he has taught at universities, worked as a curator at the Powerhouse Museum and, since 2003, written, curated and guided walks in his capacity as the North Sydney Council Historian. On weekends he researches and writes as an independent historian. Throughout Ian has had an abiding interest in landscape and culture. Read more.

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Sunday 18 November 2018 9.30AM–11.30AM

Lavender Bay, Sydney.

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