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Picture Her


FCAC Temporarily Closed – Picture Her Postponed.

In light of the Australian Government’s recent advice on COVID-19, Picture Her has been postponed indefinitely. Please click here to read our full media release outlining the impact on upcoming events.

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Picture Her, a theatre show that spotlights the work of one of Ballarat’s first photographers, Daisy Harriet Llewelyn. The scene is set: a chance encounter with a pile of discarded glass plate photo negatives takes our sleuthing protagonist on an extensive investigation to uncover the identity of the unnamed artist they belong to. After sifting through public records and newspaper archives, the works are identified as those of photographer Daisy Harriet Llewelyn.

Through tall tales and true stories, the performance leads us on a retrospective journey through Daisy’s past, filled with happenstance, dead ends, loose ends and unexpected bends.

Written and performed by Marg Dobson. Directed by Maude Davey.

WHEN: Friday 5 June, 7pm and Saturday 6 June, 5pm and 7pm
VENUE: Basement Theatre and Roslyn Smorgon Gallery
COST: Full $25 / Concession $15

Picture Her was developed through the assistance of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale 2019 and artadata software.

1- Pictured: Marg Dobson. Image by Dr Lisa Anderson.

Date & Times

Friday 5 June, 7pm
Saturday 6 June, 5pm and 7pm


Basement Theatre & Roslyn Smorgon Gallery


Full $25
Concession $15

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