Monday, 13 April 2015

Portraits of a Tea Cosy

Two of Loani Prior's tea cosies on exhibition.
Stories of family, tradition and the immeasurable consequence of making and passing on hand made objects are all brought to life at the Royal Historical Society of Victoria’s colourful new exhibition, Portraits of a Tea Cosy.

Created by yarn artist Loani Prior and photographer Mark Crocker, Portraits of a Tea Cosy is a celebration of family, history and cultures. It is also an ode to the taking of tea, the making of friends and the keeping of memories.

 The exhibition will be held weekdays from 10am–4pm, concluding on Thursday 14 May 2015.
About the exhibition:

Exhibition: Portraits of a Tea Cosy
Showing: weekdays until 14 May 2015
Open: 10am – 4pm, Monday – Friday

Venue: Royal Historical Society of Victoria
239 A’Beckett Street, Melbourne
Cost: Gold coin donation
Enquiries: (03) 9326 9288 e:

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