Celebrate 100 years of the Archibald with the film Looby
To celebrate 100 years of the Archibald Prize, we will be holding a screening of the film Looby. Keith Looby won the 1984 Archibald with his portrait of Max Gilles as Bob Hawke. Always controversial for his insistence on painting controversial figures, the documentary film Looby uncovers the life and work of an artist we need to remember. This film screening will be accompanied by a Q&A with the producer of Looby and a showing of local Moreland portraits from the Counihan Gallery In Brunswick.
View the COVIDSafe public event registration information for this event here: Looby - COVIDSafe public event registration
By booking into this program you are agreeing to abide by the following conditions:
• Do not attend this program if you have been unwell/ have been in close contact with someone unwell/waiting for results of a Coronavirus test.
• Attendees are required to use the QR code to check in on entry or manually check in.
• Social distancing must be maintained during the program.
• Please have a facemask with you.
• Use of hand sanitiser required before program participation.
• Events will be cancelled at short notice in the event of increased COVID restrictions.
• Attendees are required to arrive and leave on time for this session. If you are 5 minutes late for the session, please be advised that your place will be offered to others.
Due to changes in COVID-19 restrictions this event may change. Please check the library Facebook page or website for updates.
Moreland City Libraries
Moreland City Council
Phone: 9353 4000