‘THE COLOUR WITHIN THE HOLTERMANN MUSEUM’ exhibition by famed graphic artist + photographer Christopher Dingle held at the Gulgong Holtermann Museum. Showcasing the colour within the black and white photographs of the UNESCO listed Holtermann Collection. These incredible 1870’s photographs feature Sydney, Melbourne and life on the goldfields of NSW.
Commencing from Saturday 12th June (June long weekend) and continuing until Monday 11th July, this unique exhibition is held in the relaxed environment of the Gulgong Holtermann Museum theatrette with a full COVID safe plan in place. Bookings are not required, and exhibition entry is included in the general Museum entry fee.
Museum Fees: Children $5 I Concession $8 I Adult $10 I Family $30 – Now accepting Dine & Discover vouchers!
Exhibition Opening Night: Friday, 11 June from 5pm at The Holtermann Museum. Numbers are limited and bookings essential. Please phone Christine Cooke on 0488 741 614 to secure your place.
ABOUT THE HOLTERMANN MUSEUM
The Gulgong Holtermann Museum is a contemporary museum housed in two beautifully restored 1870’s gold rush buildings situated in Mayne Street, Gulgong. These two buildings along with many others were photographed in 1872 by Merlin and Bayliss and later acquired by Bernhard Otto Holtermann to form part of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) listed Holtermann Collection of photographs.
The facility has both touchscreens and mounted photographs to enable visitors to the museum to become completely immersed in the restored and digitised black and white prints. A must when visiting the Central West and Mudgee Region.