MARGARET MURDOCH COLLECTION: FASHION AND FASCINATION
Margaret Murdoch Collection: Fashion and Fascination - Art Collector
| Bob Schultz, c. 1947 Margaret Murdoch collection, s104. Courtesy: Bundaberg Regional Gallery|
|Margaret Murdoch, a Bundaberg local for many years, was a successful Australian fashion designer during the 1950s and a member of the famous Murdoch family. She studied fashion design in Paris during the late 30's and 40's and when war broke out, was interned for the duration of the campaign. On returning to Australia in the post-war years Margaret became a sought after designer of high end ladies clothing. She worked at Georges in Collins Street Melbourne which was renowned as one of the finest fashion boutiques in Australia. Curated by Jolene Watson from the personal archive of Margaret’s daughter, Patricia Meister, Margaret Murdoch: Fashion and Fascination is a celebration of Margaret’s untold story.|
|Exhibition opens: 5.30PM, 8 April 2016|
|Exhibition closes: 12 June 2016|
|Location: Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery, 1 Barolin Street, Bundaberg 4670|
Contact: 07 4130 4750
|About Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery|
Bundaberg Regional Galleries are two vibrant gallery spaces dedicated to providing premier arts and cultural experiences in the Bundaberg region. Bundaberg Regional Galleries fosters the community’s creative capacity by providing art and culture opportunities, and creating a community that participates, engages and grows in the lifelong learning of the arts.
Both gallery spaces boast a year-round program of local, touring and national art exhibitions, visiting artists, workshops, artist talks, educational programs, kids activities, guided tours, gift shop facilities and public outreach programs.