Congress arts festival - religious art exhibition at the eastern annex, Exhibition Building, Melbourne, 15-25 February, 1973. [catalogue list]. (one sheet). Exhibitors were : Sisters Disciples of the Divine Master, the Carmelite Sisters, Catholic Missions, Albion Metalware Pty. Ltd., Pellegrinin & Co. Pty. Ltd., Otto Nechwatal, John Foley, Leopoldine Momovich [Pascal mystery -sculpture], Peter Bilzzard [Trinity - sculpture], Leonid Denysenko [God is love - drawing], Voitre Marek [St. Paul - sculpture], Walter and Carla Veronese [marble cross], Ray Tyrer [crucifix], Emily Hope [Dance of the Sybils - painting], Rosmarie Fries (plaques and medallions], Ernest Fries [enamel], Alex Patience [sculpture], David Fitts [creation series - paintings], R. Stroud [plaque].
Affirmation February, MelbourneTown Hall, February 15-25, 1973. [catalogue list]. (one folded sheet,  p.). Exhibitors were :- Geoprge Baldessin, Arthur Boyd, Gary Bradley, Jan Calabrese, Peter Clarke, J. Clutterbuck, John Coburn, Convent of the Good Shepherd, Len Crawford, Roy de Maistre, Max Dewan, Dan Flynn, Leonard French, Ernest Fries, Bill Gleeson, Jacqueline Hick, Emily Hope, Margaret Hough, Roger Kemp, Inge King, Les Kossatz, Alun Leach-Jones, Elwyn Lynn, Nigel McIver-Wright, Godfrey Miller, Dan Moynihan, John Perceval, Ian Rasmussen, Keith and John R. Reid, Andrew Sibley, Matcham Skipper, Edwin Tanner, Albert Tucker, Wolf Wennrich, James Meldrum. There were also exhibits by several architectural firms such as Ivan A. Anderson & Associates, Paul Archibald, Bates Smart & McHutcheon, Peter Burrowes & Associates, Keith Butler, Chancellor & Patrick, Clarke Gazzard Pty. ltd., Earle & Partners, A. Ian Ferrier & Associates, Hayes Scott & Henderson, Hobbs Winning Leighton & Partners, Blyth & Josephine Johnson, Mockridge Stahle & Mitchell, Keith and John R. Reid, John F. Rosenthal, Gregory Simpson, Smith & Tracey Pty. Ltd., Enrico Taglietti, Vanne Trompf, Yuncken Freeman Architects Pty. Ltd.
Art and the churches - an exhibition of religious sculpture, paintings and objects d'art, Long Room, Old Melbourne Customs House, Flinders Street, Melbourne, February 14-March 4, 1973. [invitation and publicity sheet]. (one invitation card and one folded publicity sheet  p., ill.). The illustration on the cover of the publicity sheet is part of a wood carved altar piece attributed to the school of Hans Multscher, (crca 1400-1467). This wood carving piece was included in the exhibition.
Victoria's Catholic story - an exhibition arranged by the Diocesan Historical Commission in association with the State Library of Victoria, 13 February-25 March, 1973. [catalogue list]. 7 p.
Official preview of the 40th International Eucharistic Congress, Melbourne, 18-25 February, 1973. Published: [Melbourne : Congress Committee, 1973]. Description:  p. : ill., ports. ; 22 x 28 cm. Contains colour portraits of James Knox [Archbishop of Melbourne], Ronald Mulkearns [Bishop of Ballarat], Arthur Fox [Bishop of Sale], Bernard Stewart [Bishop of Sandhurst], John Cullinane [Auxiliary Bishop of Melbourne], James Freeman [Archbishop of Sydney], Thomas Cahill [Archbishop of Canberra and Goulburn], Guildford Young [Archbishop of Hobart], James Gleeson [Archbishop of Adelaide], Launcelot Goody [Archbishop of Perth], Patrick ODonnell [Archbishop of Brisbane], Gino Paro [Apostolic Delegate to Australia and Papua New Guinea]. The publication includes a lift out guide to The Congress. It includes a full list of the art exhibitions associated with the congress.
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