St George on a Sunday – Expression of Interest
What do you do in your spare time?
Are you cooking a Sunday roast, planning a team sport, or looking after your garden?
Hurstville Museum & Gallery needs your help to create an exhibition about the people of St George. If you live, work or play in the Georges River Council area and would like to be photographed as part of this upcoming photographic project about Sunday and leisure time activities, please contact us. We want to know everything about your favourite spare time activity.
We will work together with the St George School of Fine Art, TAFE in the production of the photographs.
Do you remember the Living Hurstville exhibition?
The exhibition’s idea has been inspired by the successful community exhibition, Living Hurstville: portraits of a community, which was developed by Hurstville Museum & Gallery in 2013.
The exhibition provided an insight into the passions and the private lives of individuals of the Hurstville area and received very positive feedback from the community.
“WONDERFUL & LOCAL”
My cat Missy is special, disciplined and lively. She has won my love, totally. – Jasmine
This is my much loved Fender Jazz bass guitar. I performed with it at the 2006 Countdown Spectacular shows, where I played with my legendary Aussie rock band HUSH. I’m still involved with music and this guitar is always my first choice of instrument. – Rick
Get involved in the St George on a Sunday project and download the Expression of Interest form.
For more information contact Hurstville Museum & Gallery on 9330 6444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org