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Adelaide Tours - In The Steps of Stella Bowen


What’s the link between quiet 1890s North Adelaide and the radical world of 1920s European art and literature? Meet Stella Bowen.

One of Australia’s great war artists, Bowen was a remarkable South Australian who abandoned the home she dismissed as a “queer little backwater of intellectual timidity” at the age of 20.

Using Bowen's own words and oft-incisive observations, join us for an amusingly subversive view of turn-of-the-century North Adelaide.

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Upcoming Tour Dates

Wednesday 16 May, 11am | Bookings open 10am, Saturday 7 April

Duration: Approximately 90 minutes
Please note these walking tours may include uneven ground. Sensible footwear and weather appropriate clothing are recommended.

Starting point:

Northwest corner of Wellington Square, North Adelaide

Contact Details:

Ayers House Museum

(08) 8223 1406

Self-portrait c. 1929, courtesy of the Art Gallery of South Australia
Stella Bowen c. 1920s, courtesy of the Ford Madox Ford Collection, Cornell University Library


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