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The story of Launceston's Salvador Dali museum, dAda mUse

Declan Durrant
Updated July 20 2023 - 10:42am, first published July 19 2023 - 2:00pm
The owner of surrealist museum dAda mUse, Dr Brendan Vote, a Launceston eye surgeon. Picture by Phillip Biggs
The owner of surrealist museum dAda mUse, Dr Brendan Vote, a Launceston eye surgeon. Picture by Phillip Biggs

The first sign of the strangeness housed inside dAda mUse, an eccentric art museum on Cimitiere Street, is the enormous egg cupped in a spoon above its entrance.

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Declan Durrant

Declan Durrant

Journalist

Declan Durrant has a passion for poetry, visual arts, and theatre, and is The Examiner's arts critic and reporter. Got a story? Get in touch: declan.durrant@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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