Ken Done: Art design life

15 April 2021 - 15 April 2021 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Centenary Auditorium
For more than forty years, Ken Done has chronicled the Australian way, documenting how it feels to be Australian with an aesthetic that is immediately recognisable.

Join Ken Done and author, Amber Creswell Bell in conversation as they delve into Done's expansive art and design practice and reflect on his prolific career and extensive archive of work. They will discuss both early and lesser-known works, as well as the iconic paintings of Sydney Harbour, the Outback and the reef.

Ken Done: Art design life is comprehensive and extensively illustrated monograph on the art and design of Ken Done, celebrating the man, his life’s work and his legacy.

The book will be available for signing and purchase after the talk.

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