In the Footsteps of Melbourne"s Bohemians,

Jessie Alice | 25-Jan-2017
Alternative Walking Tours is Proud to Present; Our Bohemian Partnership with authors Associate Professors Dr Tony Moore & John Arnold, cultural historians based at Monash University #performances #art #outdoortheatre #culturalstudies #walkingtour #bohemia #students #familyfriendly #ValiMyers @AlternativeWalkingTours
Venue: Begin: At statue of Sir Redmond Barry at front of The State Library
Address: 328 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Date: 2/18/2017
Time: 2:00PM
Ticket: $79.00
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Image Credit: Marcus Clarke, 1966, State Library Victoria
Retracing the steps of Marcus Clarke, a young Barry Humphries, Germaine Greer and Vali Myers, you"ll encounter the studio of impressionist painter Tom Roberts, Mikra Mora"s chic café, the white-brick apartment of modernist artists Albert Tucker and Joy Hester, and scenes in Melbourne counter-cultural music history. The character of the area has changed but scenes are still played out and stand as testament to an older, secret, a bohemian world. Travelling through bohemia past and present, from the dandies, goths, decadents and dilettantes of the nineteenth century to the hippies, hip hop artists and hipsters of recent decades.

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