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Labour of Love Pasteup Artworks

The Workers Memorial is an iconic feature of Port Adelaide. Over the last 100 years, the memorial has honoured 136 people who devoted their lives to promoting social justice in Port Adelaide and beyond.

To mark the centenary, event organisers have worked with graphic designer Rachel Harris (Bit Scribbly) to reproduce large scale images of people inscribed on the memorial and the Port’s working past. Rachel always subverts her images in whimsical ways and encourages audience to discover these hidden delights. The Labour of Love images can be discovered around the Port on the walls of buildings connected to the stories they tell.

Presented by Port of Adelaide Branch, National Trust SA, South Australian Maritime Museum, City of Port Adelaide Enfield

When

1-30 May

Where

Port Adelaide Workers Memorial, cnr St Vincent St & Commercial Rd, Port Adelaide

Price

Free

Contact

Lindl Lawton, 8207 6264, llawton@history.sa.gov.au

Info

Family Friendly Wheelchair Access

Connect

https://portofadelaident.wixsite.com/portofadelaident

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