School of Arts
5 Mar, 2018 - 1 Dec, 2018
A revealing local journey and significant tale indeed. Get to know your famous guide, novelist Rosa Caroline Praed (1851 – 1935), a woman well ahead of her time. She returns with her quick wit and social commentary, revealing deeper insight into the experience of local women through Brisbane’s HerStory. From her perspective, strolling Brisbane together, you will discover many of the extraordinary female characters who have contributed to our city’s soul. Learn how challenges were faced and how innovation has been achieved across the spectrum … marriage, science, politics, education, employment and careers, transport, religion, cultural awareness perspectives, the arts … all will be upturned!
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166 Ann Street, Brisbane City,
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