ON EXHIBITION - EVENT

MADAME WEIGEL
Fashion Designer - Entrepreneur - Liberator

 

MEET MADAME WEIGEL MORNING TEA

WHEN

Saturday 30 January 2021

TIME

10.30am 

WHERE

The Centre Beaudesert, 82 Brisbane Street, Beaudesert

COST

 

Free

RSVP ESSENTIAL

5540 5050 

thecentre@scenicrim.qld.gov.au

Join members of the Templin Museum, Common Threads Chapter Australian Sewing Guild and Dr Veronica Lampkin to celebrate and explore the history and legacy of Madame Weigel.

All welcome. A COVID-safe event - RSVP essential

MORNING TEA PROGRAM: 

Features guest speakers Cr Virginia West, Scenic Rim Regional Council, Iris Skinner, House of Fashion Curator Templin Museum, and special guest Dr Veronica Lampkin, author of Madame Weigel: The Woman who Clothed the Australasian Colonies, followed by the exclusive book launch and signing of Dr Lampkin’s latest publications.

The event concludes with Dr Lampkin’s in-depth presentation, Who was Madame Weigel?

Madame Weigel: Fashion Designer - Entrepreneur - Liberator exhibition acknowledges a very successful business started in Melbourne in 1878 by Johanna and Oscar Weigel.  This exhibition is recognised nationally as one of the most significant and comprehensive collections of Madame Weigel's fashion and patterns.

COVID UPDATE: We are operating in compliance with COVID safe plans: social distancing, hand sanitisers available throughout the venue, and other measures, to keep you safe when you come to our venues. Please abide by the rules that will be signposted or alerted to you by the Centre staff. Thank you for your understanding so that we can keep everyone safe. More information about how our centres are operating in compliance with COVID-safe plans and what to expect when you visit with us.