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Win a double pass to BRAVE NEW WORLD at the NGV

The 1930s was a turbulent time in Australia’s history. During this decade major world events, including the Depression and the rise of totalitarian regimes in Europe, shaped our nation’s evolving sense of identity. In the arts, progressive ideas jostled with reactionary positions, and artists brought substantial creative efforts to bear in articulating the pressing concerns of the period.

Brave New World: Australia 1930s encompasses the multitude of artistic styles, both advanced and conservative, which were practised during the 1930s. Included are commercial art, architecture, fashion, industrial design, film and dance to present a complete picture of this dynamic time.

Daily Review has FIVE double passes to give away to the exhibition, at NGV’s Federation Square gallery until October 15. For your chance to win, enter your details here and make sure you’ve liked us on Facebook to boost your chances of winning. 

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This competition is promoted by and will be drawn on 21/8/2017. The competition is open to residents of Australia and New Zealand unless stated otherwise. Information on the method(s) by which the competition can be entered are found here. Daily Review does not endorse, take responsibility for or provide a warranty of any kind for the prize(s) offered in this promotion, nor do we provide any transportation or accommodation that may be necessary. By entering this competition, you allow Daily Review to share your contact information with the company/companies providing the prize(s) to enable delivery of the prize(s).

One response to “Win a double pass to BRAVE NEW WORLD at the NGV

  1. It is a wonderful show, not enough publicity, people don’t seem to know about it. Many interesting paintings, history of the era, dance photos and film and many other things of interest. I even found out what a “Wagga” is. Very interesting. (It is a blanket made from any old bits of clothing or fabric, during the depression era) a great example is on display.


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