Join Mary Ryllis Clark as she presents her lecture The Making of A Tear in the Glass via Zoom. Please ensure you have downloaded and signed up to Zoom before the lecture begins https://zoom.us/
The lecture will begin promptly at 10:30am. Please ensure you are online before the start to allow admittance to the lecture. Lectures are not recorded and can only be viewed at the time listed on your ticket. Ticket sales will close at 9:00am on day of lecture.
TICKET AND BOOK PACKAGE includes 1x ticket to zoom lecture on 30 September 2020 and a copy of A Tear in the Glass: Nina Stanton's life journey through the fine and decorative arts by Mary Ryllis Clark.
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In 2008, when Nina Stanton, then Director of The Johnston Collection, was diagnosed with terminal cancer, she wrote her memoir linking her life to objects in the Collection. In early 2009, knowing she was running out of time she asked Mary Ryllis Clark to finish the book by placing the objects in their cultural and social context .
MARY RYLLIS CLARK’S commissioned books include Forty Years – A History of the National Trust in Victoria (1996), Timbertop - Celebrating 50 Years (2003) and Loreto in Australia (2009). Her latest book, A Tear in the Glass – Nina Stanton’s Life Journey through the Fine and Decorative Arts, was published in 2018.
Image Credit: Nina Stanton, photographed by Olivia Gill 2008