Her Place Women's Museum Australia has profiled 25 remarkable Australian women through the curation of exhibitions celebrating their work, achievements and historical significance through video interviews, photographs, biographical accounts and personal artefacts.
Since 2016, we have:
- Curated 6 exhibitions in Melbourne and regional centres
- Held 18 public events and professional development programs
- Produced free accompanying school curriculum materials for teachers and educators
- Included 14 women who have been inducted onto the Victorian Honour Roll of Women, an initiative which pays tribute to women who have been pioneers in their field and who have improved the lives of women and the broader Victorian community.
Explore the profiles below to find out more about these women via video interviews, short biographies, and links to Honour Roll booklets and education resources.
Her Place Women's Museum Australia has produced a series of interviews with, and mini documentaries about, 22 of the women. Click on the portraits below to view them.
The education resources for primary and secondary schools were produced by accredited teachers and link to the Victorian Curriculum. These resources are free and available to download – just scroll to the end of each profile.