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Melbourne Out Loud: Life through the lens of Rennie Ellis Curator Tour

08 March 2024, 3:00pm4:00pm
14 March 2024, 1:00pm2:00pm
21 March 2024, 1:00pm2:00pm
Bookings Bookings required
Location Victoria Gallery

If there was ever a photographer to take Melbourne’s portrait, it was Rennie Ellis.

Join curator Angela Bailey, on a tour exploring the Library’s newest exhibition Melbourne Out Loud: Life through the lens of Rennie Ellis, showcasing Melbourne at its most candid.

Touching on the exhibition’s themes and the creative process, Angela will take you through Rennie’s images and highlight the iconic, unseen and everyday photographs from one of our greatest chroniclers.

From the MCG to Tina Turner, this exhibition is a celebration of going out, being seen and being yourself.

Book your spot now.

About Angela Bailey

Angela Bailey is a curator, photographer and creative producer whose contemporary practice actively explores and interprets our diverse histories by creating exhibitions, installations, discourse and public programs of engagement.

She has curated exhibitions for a number of cultural institutions across Melbourne and Australia and as vice president of the Australian Queer Archives has created programming and exhibitions in collaboration with Sydney World Pride, the Victorian Pride Centre and National Gallery Victoria. Angela has a Postgraduate degree in Fine Art Photography from Victorian College of the Arts and a Masters of Art Curatorship from the University of Melbourne.  


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