Adelaide's Postwar Churches Bus Tour

St Saviour’s Anglican Church, Glen Osmond. Architects Cheesman, Doley, Brabham and Neighbour, 1965 (Photo by Ron Woolmore. Architecture Museum Cheesman Collection S200/12/29)

In the years after WWII, many religious groups in South Australia implemented substantial change or modernised to become more inclusive and relevant to their congregations. This changed the way they connected with their community, practiced their faith and created a sense of place. Fundamental to these modernisation aims was their expression in built form. Join Christine Garnaut and Chris Burns from the UniSA Architecture Museum, and Louise Bird from Heritage South Australia, on this bus tour and hear about the influences that led to the creation of some of the city's finest modern churches.

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  • Bookings required

Event type

Bus Tour

Dates and times

Thu 9 May, 9am-1.15pm

Location

Entrance, Dept. Environment & Water Bldg, 81-95 Waymouth St, Adelaide

Cost

Per Person: $25.00

Booking

Bookings essential

Contact

Britt Burton
8203 9888
bburton [at] history.sa.gov.au

Event capacity

20

Accessibility information

Ability to climb on and off a bus and walk short distances.

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