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  • Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary

    20 Mar 21 - 11 Jul 21
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Overview

Bendigo Art Gallery
42 View Street,Bendigo VIC 3550
20 Mar 21 - 11 Jul 21
  • Monday
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    Tuesday
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    Wednesday
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    Thursday
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    Friday
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    Saturday
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    Sunday
    10:00am - 5:00pm
    Christmas day: Closed
Adult$25.00
Gallery member$20.00
Concession: Seniors and Health Care Card holders, pensioners, full time tertiary students$22.00
Children under 16 years$12.00
Children under 5 years $0.00

Opening hours

Exhibition Dates: 20 March – 11 July 2021

Bendigo Art Gallery is open 10am to 5pm every day including all public holidays.

Sketches

Tickets can be purchased online at any time or you can call the Box Office on 03 5434 6100.

Ticketing information

This exhibition is a ticketed exhibition with timed entry. We recommend purchasing tickets in advance to secure your preferred date and entry time and to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are single entry, timed tickets. Entry times commence at 10am and then at half hour intervals through to 3.30pm. Entry to the exhibition is permitted up to 25 minutes after the entry time printed on the ticket. Once inside the exhibition, customers can stay as long as they like prior to the Gallery closing at 5pm. Please note there are no pass outs from the exhibition.

Customers must choose the date and entry time carefully as once purchased, tickets cannot be changed and there are no refunds or exchanges, except as provided for under the LPA Ticketing Code of Practice.

Customers can choose to receive their tickets via email to be printed at home, or have their tickets posted to them directly for a fee. Customers who choose to receive their tickets via email must print tickets at home and present on entry for scanning. Tickets can also be presented as an open PDF via mobile device with the barcode visible for scanning. We recommend choosing the print at home option so as to avoid the need to queue at the ticket counter. Reprinting of tickets at the venue may incur a fee.

The exhibition is open from Saturday 20 March 2021 through to Sunday 11 July 2021 and is open every day during these dates.

Exhibition ticket prices

Adult $25

Concession $22
Concession tickets include Seniors and Heath Care Card holders, pensioners and full time tertiary students. Proof on entitlement must be presented on entry to the exhibition.

Gallery Member (Bendigo Art Gallery and PGAV) $20

Children under 16 years $12

Children under 5 are free and do not require a ticket

Photography

Photography is allowed with out the use of a flash in this exhibition and actively encouraged, please use #QuantBendigo or tag us with @BendigoArtGallery on social media to show us your favourite pics.

The use of tripods is not allowed.

CovidSafe Plan

Entry is restricted and physical distancing requirements are in place for all visitors and staff. While masks are not mandatory we strongly recommend that you wear a mask in the Gallery.

Increased hygiene measures include additional cleaning of high-touch surfaces and hand sanitiser is available for visitors as they enter. Additional staff throughout the Gallery are in place to ensure visitors are observing social distancing and to help manage visitor movement through the gallery spaces.

Our cloaking service has been temporarily suspended and we ask that you do no bring into the Gallery any bulky items.

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If you are unwell or in a high-risk category please consider your need to visit, your well-being is our priority!

Group bookings

Please contact the Box Office on (03) 5434 6100.

Education program

Please visit our Learn pages for more information about opportunities for students and teachers.

Parking

Bendigo Art Gallery has an off street ticketed car park at the rear of the Gallery. Ticketed parking is also available on View Street for 2 hours and free on weekends. Time restrictions apply.

Other information

We suggest allowing 90 minutes to 2 hours to view the exhibition. Once in the exhibition space customers may stay as long as they like prior to the Gallery closing at 5pm. There are no pass outs from the exhibition.

Bendigo Art Gallery recommends our official hotel partner Mercure Bendigo Schaller for your accommodation needs.

Mercure Bendigo Schaller is a tribute to Australian contemporary artist Mark Schaller and is located in close proximity to the City Centre. Inspired by Schaller's own working studio, the hotel is a quiet reflection of his creative work with original Schaller artworks, an eight metre high mosaic on the exterior of the hotel and large scale sculptures throughout the landscaped gardens.

Bendigo and local businesses have transformed their accommodation, streets, shops, and restaurants into a colorful, retro 60s, British celebration of all that Mary Quant stood for. Some businesses have even made some dedicated Mary Quant stays, meals and beverages for you to indulge in over the duration of the exhibition.

Fashion Sketches Images

Visit the exhibition then stay to eat drink shop and play.

Visit Bendigo Tourism for the Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary experiences here.

It is given to a fortunate few to be born at the right time, in the right place, with the right talents. In recent fashion there are three: Chanel, Dior and Mary Quant.
- Ernestine Carter

In March 2021, Bendigo Art Gallery will present Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary, a retrospective exhibition on the iconic British fashion designer Dame Mary Quant.

Bendigo is the exclusive Australian venue for this exhibition from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. The exhibition explores the years between 1955 and 1975, when Mary Quant revolutionised the high street, harnessing the youthful spirit of the sixties and new mass production techniques to create a new look for women. Drawing on the V&A’s extensive fashion holdings, Dame Mary Quant’s Archive and private collections, the exhibition brings together over 110 garments as well as accessories, cosmetics, sketches, photographs and even Quant’s own line of fashion dolls, known as Daisy dolls, a rival to Barbie.

Quant personified the energy and fun of swinging London and was a powerful role model for the working woman. Challenging conventions, she popularised the miniskirt, colourful tights and tailored trousers – encouraging a new age of feminism.

Quant’s experimental shop, Bazaar, opened on Chelsea’s King’s Road in 1955 and provided a showcase for her designs. Inspiring young women to rebel against the traditional styles worn by their mothers and grandmothers, Quant soon grew her tiny boutique into an international brand.

Quant boldly capitalised on the opportunities presented by the international demand for British fashion. Her wholesale company, Mary Quant’s Ginger Group, established in 1963, saw her designs sold in British department stores and equivalent retailers in Australia, America, Canada and Europe. Australian women browsed Quant’s designs in Myer and Georges in Melbourne, Mark Foy’s in Sydney and FitzGerald's in Hobart, and later, sewed their own at home using Butterick patterns. Quant’s coveted cosmetics, unmistakably emblazoned with the daisy motif, were seen in The Australian Women’s Weekly and Dolly magazines. Quant quickly became the woman that made fashion less exclusive and more accessible to a new generation.

Ahead of her time in marketing and promotion, Quant herself was the embodiment of the label. Her distinctive, photogenic style and playful energy made her the ultimate ambassador for the brand. From small boutique to international label, Quant revolutionised fashion with energy, flair and rebellion. Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary provides an unrivalled insight into the career of one of Britain’s most revolutionary and important fashion designers.

An exhibition organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Our Covid19 Safe plan can be found here.

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