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Echoes: Six Visual Artists Respond to the Rich History of Urrbrae House

Six visual artists working across a range of media, respond to the rich history of Urrbrae House. An exhibition inspired by the patterns and textures of the house and gardens, family traditions and personal stories of the Waite family in colonial South Australia. The artists’ practices include painting, drawing, tapestry weaving and ceramics. A passionate regard for the many reverberations of history in our contemporary world has provided fertile ground for individualised research and artists’ responses. This exhibition promises a rare treat for the SA History Festival. Artists: Michelle Driver, Yasmin Grass, Bruce Nuske, Abram Phillips, Maureen Prichard, Julie Strawinski.

Presented by Urrbrae House Historic Precinct, University of Adelaide


Every Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed & Thu from 3-30 May (except closed on 9 May), 11am-3pm


Urrbrae House, Walter Young Ave (enter off Fullarton Rd), Urrbrae




Barbara Wills, 8313 7497,


Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

Due to the original construction of Urrbrae House as a family residence, visitors who use wheelchairs and other mobility assistance are able to access the top floor of the building only. This exhibition is held being held on the top floor of the building. Accessible parking is available at the rear of Urrbrae House, enter the Waite Campus off Gate 3 from Waite Road, Urrbrae. Wheelchair access is via the eastern glass door of the building near the accessible parking area.

Event capacity: 30


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