2020 marks the 100-year anniversary of one of the most radical decades of art and design.

To celebrate this milestone, The Twenties art and design exhibition will be on display at Hinkler Hall of Aviation from 7 February to 5 April 2020.

About the exhibition - 2020 marks the 100-year anniversary of one of the most radical decades of art and design.

As the world recovered from the carnage of the Great War, society changed at an unprecedented rate. The western world entered a new era of modernity, casting off tradition and applying new found freedoms to art, architecture and design. Radical changes were adopted in how people dressed, the music they listened to, what their homes looked like and even their mode of transport.

This exhibition brings together contemporary artists and designers from the Wide Bay, who continue to be inspired by the 1920s. The Twenties features handcrafted jewellery, ceramics, drawings, couture garments, collage, glass ware, photography and much more. This exhibition charts the continuing influence of Art Deco, Dadaism and other key historical movements.

OPENING NIGHT will be held on Thursday 6 February. Please follow the link here to find out more information and to RSVP for this free event. 

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About the Curator - Trudie Leigo is an independent curator who works in the arts, media and events. Based in Bundaberg, Trudie has worked in the galleries and museums industry for over 17 years. Trudie holds an MA in Museum Studies and a BA in Art History & Theory and Social Anthropology from the University of Sydney.

Trudie runs her own arts business Trudie Leigo Projects where she undertakes a number of creative arts projects. She also works part time for CQUniversity as a Regional Arts Service Network Project Officer.

Contact name: Sue-Anne Chapman
Contact phone: 0414 519 008
Contact email: Sue-Anne.Chapman@bundaberg.qld.gov.au