TAASA’S TRIPLE TREAT IN CANBERRA Sandra Forbes – TAASA Review March 2013
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This article was originally found in the March 2013 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 22, Issue 1, Page 26).
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On a brisk November Saturday morning, 25 TAASA members met in the foyer of the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) in Canberra.
Some of us were ACT locals, but most had made the journey from Sydney, and one member had even driven from Melbourne.
TAASA was offering a lovely program: a morning at the Portrait Gallery with a guided tour of the exhibition Go F!gure: contemporary Chinese portraiture, followed by lunch (included) at the NPG cafe; then a move to the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) for a tour of the exhibition Divine Worlds: Indian painting. Canberra-based TAASA Committee member Charlotte Galloway introduced Dr Christine Clarke, NPG Exhibitions Manager and our expert guide for Go F!gure...