Mirka's St Kilda: Self-Guided Walk
An artist with an unmistakable style, Mirka Mora left distinctive brush marks across Melbourne, from Flinders Street Station to Heide Museum of Modern Art. But nowhere was her touch more significant – or more visible – than in St Kilda, an area in which she lived, worked, and made art for decades.
Experience the world through Mirka Mora’s eyes with a self-guided tour of the City of Port Phillip. This walk highlights sites of significance in Mirka’s life, showcases public artworks she created and provides an opportunity to explore her legacy and lasting contribution – not just to St Kilda, but to Australian life and culture itself.
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Image: Mirka Mora, St Kilda Pier 1970, Courtesy: William Mora Galleries © The Estate of Mirka Mora