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QVMAG celebrates its 130th birthday

Dana Anderson
April 25 2021 - 3:30am
View of the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery and Technical School, Launceston, Tasmania, 1911. Picture: H.J King
View of the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery and Technical School, Launceston, Tasmania, 1911. Picture: H.J King

The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery has been a constant in Launceston since its opening in 1891 at Royal Park. This year, the museum will turn 130 on April 29.

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Dana Anderson

Dana Anderson

Journalist

On a Friday night you may see me at the theatre, a festival, an exhibition, or in the corner of one of my favourite establishments reading a novel. So, it makes sense I am the arts and what's on reporter for The Examiner. To contact me about a story please send an email to dana.anderson@examiner.com.au

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