Pub Rock Exhibition
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Sat 05 Sep 2020 - Sun 14 Mar 2021
Grab your backstage pass and get amongst the excitement and energy of the pub rock scene at the Pub Rock
exhibition. It's on display at the National Portrait Gallery
until 14 March, 2021.
The exhibition draws largely from the National Portrait Gallery's collection and features works from leading photographers, including Tony Mott
, Bob King
, Stu Spence
and Wendy McDougall
Featuring various publicity images, portraits, live shots and behind the scenes photographs of The Easybeats
, Little Pattie
and Johnny O'Keefe, AC/DC
, Nick Cave
and Kylie Minogue
It also explores the activism in the music of Midnight Oil
, Paul Kelly
and Yothu Yindi
and highlights the strength of women in a traditionally male-dominated scene. Also featured are hard rock bands of Cold Chisel
, The Angels
and Rose Tattoo
To manage the capacity of visitors, FREE
tickets can be booked online here
. In response to COVID-19, the National Portrait Gallery has introduced protocols to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of visitors, staff and volunteers at the exhibition.
You can also view the Pub Rock
exhibition online for music-lovers who are unable to travel.
A Spotify playlist of classic pub rock hits has been curated so you can get the full experience of the exhibition.
exhibition is a visual feast that will evoke senses and memories of the Australian pub rock. Currently, on display until 14 March, 2021.
!date 05/09/2020 -- 14/03/2021
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