Discover more about the relief sculptures that once adorned the QVB and played a major part in Sydney's triumphal 150-year anniversary celebrations in 1938. Originally intended to be temporary like the “magnificently staged floats” in a pageant described as “one of the most magnificent and stirring spectacles seen in the Commonwealth”, these objects have become emblematic of a moment in time when there was widespread certainty in Australia’s inevitable historic progress.
Lorraine is the Head of Undergraduate Studies and lectures in Art History at NAS. She holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Sydney.
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