WOMEN MAKING HISTORY | Writers, Thinkers, Makers, Icons 1700 – 1900

12 Mar 2013 – 19 Jun 2013

In 1813, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice was published to widespread acclaim. The novel has never been out of print since this time, and remains one of the best-loved examples of both female characterisation and female authorship in English literary history.

Inspired by the bicentenary of this event, The Johnston Collection is mounting a special exhibition exploring the role of women as writers, thinkers, makers, archetypes and artistic subjects, from the eighteenth century to the close of the nineteenth.

SOLD OUT This event is currently at capacity. If you wish to be added to the waitlist, please email or call The Johnston Collection on (03) 9416 2515 and we will contact you if places become available.