EUREKA CENTRE, BALLARAT

102 Stawell Street South, Ballarat

14 NOVEMBER – 9 DECEMBER, 2018

OPEN 7 DAYS, 10am – 5pm

This FREE exhibition honours the lives and contributions of women throughout Victoria.

Presented for the first time in Ballarat, Her Place tells the stories of ten women from across Victoria who have contributed to Australian society in a broad range of ways.

It celebrates the work, achievements and historical significance through video interviews, biographical accounts and personal artefacts.

Many of the women featured in the exhibition have been inducted onto the Victorian Honour Roll of Women.

 

OFFICIAL LAUNCH WEDNESDAY 14 NOVEMBER, 6 – 8pm

Official launch by the Hon Jaala Pulford MLC
Minister for Agriculture
Minister for Regional Development


RSVP: Friday 9 November, 2018


THURSDAY 29 NOVEMBER,  5 – 6pm

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

FREE Professional Development workshop for Primary and Secondary Teachers, Educators, Students and Parents/ Carers of students.

This workshop will focus on:

  • Respectful Relationships Education
  • Integration of Gender Equality strategies into your classroom and curriculum


TO BOOK

 

EDUCATION RESOURCES

Accompanying the exhibition are FREE curriculum-linked education resources:

Primary Exhibition Activities

Primary Post-Exhibition Activities

Secondary Exhibition Activities

 

WOMEN PROFILED IN THE EXHIBITION

Aunty Fay Carter

Yorta Yorta and Dja Dja Wurrung Senior Elder

Ruth Crow AM

Community and Political Advocate

Deruka Dekuek

Community Advocate

Kerry Greenwood
Australia's first female commercial airline pilot

Sandy Jeffs

Poet and Mental Health Advocate

The Hon Joan Kirner AC
Former premier of Victoria

Halima Mohamed

Somali community leader

Alice Pung

Writer and Lawyer

Peta Searle

Assistant Coach, St Kilda Football Club

Gweneth Wisewould

Trentham-based Doctor 1938 -72