To accompany the exhibition Her Place:Women of Influence, Her Place Women's Museum will be hosting diverse, engaging public programs.
- ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND TAKE PLACE AT THE WAREHOUSE - CLUNES, ESMOND GALLERY, 36 FRASER STREET CLUNES
Women's Histories and Archives: Why They Matter
Thursday 17 August
6 - 7:30pm
This discussion will focus on current initiatives around collecting, preserving and sharing of women's contributions and records, and the value of doing this for the wider community. Please join Heather Mutimer and Cr Kate Redwood AM as they discuss the story behind the Heather Mutimer Women's Honour Roll and its importance to women and the local Hepburn Shire community.
Helen Morgan, of the Australian Women's Archives Project and the Australian Women's Register, will also talk on the case for keeping women's records and why she became involved with Her Place Women's Museum Australia initiative.
Local Stories, Remarkable Women
Saturday 26 August
2 - 3pm
Anne E. Stewart is a Daylesford-based, intentionally renowned storyteller with the passion, energy and voice to engage any audience. It is 40 years since she started telling and developing a repertoire that celebrates women through story as well as the shared narratives of Australia that honour Indigenous, Celtic, Asian and world stories.
Anne will share stories that celebrate the strength, courage and contribution of women from the region, tales of our extraordinary women and their deeds.