The strange case of Matron Shawcross: sex, politics and madness in W.A., 1938.
A free talk by Dr Phillipa Martyr.
Saturday's session is fully booked but the talk will now be repeated on Sunday 19th May at 1pm. Booking is essential. Reserve your seat online or phone 1300 635845
Heathcote Museum and Gallery is a dynamic multi-arts and cultural museum and gallery, located in the vibrant Heathcote Cultural Precinct.
Housed in Swan House, originally a hospital building that was part of the Heathcote Mental Reception Home, the Heathcote Museum and Gallery has a commitment to showing diverse work from people who see art and culture as an important part of their life.
As part of a vibrant precinct, the museum offers visitors an insight into the early importance of Point Heathcote and its vital role in the mental health facilities developed throughout Western Australia.
The gallery aims to nurture the production, enjoyment and understanding of diverse art through engaging programs, innovation and excellence.