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The Weighting game

In Conversation with Greg Weight: virtual event

Friday 19 February 2021
Live online
Jiawei Shen
Jiawei Shen, 2006 Greg Weight. © Gregory Weight/Copyright Agency, 2021

Can you believe there are over 100 portraits by photographer Greg Weight in the collection?! With a career spanning more than half a century, he’s captured the likes of Margaret Olley, Jiawei Shen, Tracey Moffatt and many, many more.

Join us as we talk all things portraiture with the prolific photographer himself.

Join the Zoom webinar session by following this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82379906287

Or put the following details into your Zoom app/account - Webinar ID: 823 7990 6287

The National Portrait Gallery acknowledges the generous donation by Patrick Corrigan AM of over 100 photographic portraits by Greg Weight.

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101 photographic portraits

Magazine article by Michelle Fracaro, 2004

Pat Corrigan's generous gift of 100 photographic portraits by Greg Weight.

Perc Tucker Regional Gallery in Townsville during the install of Express Yourself
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery in Townsville during the install of Express Yourself
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery in Townsville during the install of Express Yourself
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery in Townsville during the install of Express Yourself

In conversation

There and back again

12:30pm, Thu 30 Sep

Louise Cummins, our Travelling Exhibitions Coordinator will regale you with tales of journeys across the nation; from moving movie stars to Bathurst to baring all in Broken Hill.

Hugs on hold, 2019 Sandy Scheltema
Hugs on hold, 2019 Sandy Scheltema
Hugs on hold, 2019 Sandy Scheltema
Hugs on hold, 2019 Sandy Scheltema

Capturing a global mood

National Portrait Galleries In Conversation

7:00pm, Tue 5 Oct

The power of the photograph and how the exhibitions Hold Still/Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize and Living Memory: National Photographic Portrait Prize reflect identity and our shared human experiences at this unique point in history.

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