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Wednesday
16
MAY

Lillian Richardson and 'soul culture' at Urrbrae House 1924-1938

16:00
17:30
Urrbrae House Historic Precinct
Event organized by Urrbrae House Historic Precinct

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In an age of elegance, singer Lillian Richardson used her position as wife of the Director of the Waite Institute at the University of Adelaide to promote 'soul culture' at Urrbrae House. Historian Lynette Zeitz will talk about Lillian’s support for the arts, education and philanthropy in South Australia. This free talk is provided by Urrbrae House in association with University Collections at the University of Adelaide. Complimentary refreshments provided in the Main Hall prior to the talk.

Free Event: Bookings essential
Anna Rivett 8313 3086
universitycollections@adelaide.edu.au

Accessibility information
Wheelchair access to the top floor of the house only. Disability parking is available at the rear of Urrbrae House, enter the Waite Campus via Gate 3 off Waite Road, Urrbrae. Wheelchair access into Urrbrae House is via the eastern glass door.