Penelope Seidler in conversation: Art and Architecture

On Sunday 22 February, Sydney Living Museums will host an intimate discussion with Penelope Seidler.

12 Jan 2015

 

During the discussion, with Sydney Living Museums’ Head of Programs Dr Sophie Leiberman, the famed architect and art patron will reflect on life, art and architecture, and share her personal experiences as Harry Seidler’s most important creative collaborator.

Following the talk, exhibition curator, Dr Caroline Butler-Bowdon will lead an informative guided tour of the Museum of Sydney’s blockbuster exhibition: Harry Seidler: Painting Toward Architecture.

This is the first major exhibition on the distinguished architect to feature never-before-seen original artworks from the Seidler family collection including works by: Frank Stella, Alexander Calder, Max Dupain and Lin Utzon.

This talk and guided exhibition tour are a must-see for architects, art and design enthusiasts and story lovers everywhere.

 

When: Sunday 22 February, 2PM–3.15PM
Where: Museum of Sydney
Tickets: General $40, Concession and SLM Members $35
Bookings: slm.is/architecture