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Capturing Charlie: Collecting A Cinema Icon

Capturing Charlie: Collecting A Cinema Icon tells the story of this cultural icon through the collection of Chaplin enthusiast Paddy MacDonald. Featuring posters, postcards, stamps, cigarette cards, magazines, books, dolls, original artwork and more, the exhibition charts the life, work and image of one of the twentieth century’s most recognisable figures.

This exhibition is the collection’s first ever large-scale showing in Australia, and highlights Paddy’s love of Charlie born of a childhood spent watching his films and time spent with the Chaplin family in Switzerland. Numbering many hundreds of pieces, the collection demonstrates the significance of this iconic performer and also the esteem with which he is held by our collector.

When: Saturday 22 September - Sunday 18 November 2018

Where: LibraryMuseum, Corner of Kiewa and Swift Streets, Albury 

Price: FREE

Event type: Exhibition. Title: We Too Paintings. Date: Jun 13–Aug 7 2019. Ticket cost: Free Accessibility features: Accessible venue,

There are two images. The left one is an abstract painting consisting of a dessert-like colour covered in glyphs created by Mathew Simpson. The right one is an abstract painting of brightly coloured flora created by Isha Paasse.

Event type: Other. Title: Artist Networking Sessions. Date: Jul 25 2019. Ticket cost: Free Accessibility features: Accessible venue, Auslan interpreted,

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Event type: Other. Title: Artist Networking Sessions. Date: Jul 25 2019. Ticket cost: Free

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