Professor Paul Finucane has just published his third book, Odd Roads to be Walking: 156 women who shaped Australian art in conjunction with Catherine Stuart.

The book explores the extraordinary lives and pioneering work of Australian women artists of the 20th century, a disproportionate amount of which were Tasmanian including Jean Bellette, Edith Holmes and Dorothy Stoner.

You're invited to hear from the author about his publishing journey and other anecdotes. Join in on the conversation when we host a q&a session after Professor Finucane's presentation. 

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About the author: Professor Paul Finucane is a medical doctor who at different times has held medical professorial posts at the University of Newcastle, Flinders University of South Australia, Notre Dame University and the University of New South Wales in Australia, as well as at the University of Limerick in his native Ireland. He has a strong interest in the visual arts and has written three art-related books including Odd Roads to be Walking - 156 women who shaped Australian art which was published in 2019. Visit www.oddroads.com.au for more information.




  • Saturday, 01 February 2020 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM


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