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1. Tea Time: an exploration of Australian suburban pastime is on display in Laurel Lodge at Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens in Dandenong.
Until Sunday 15 April, visitors can see textiles and tea-related artefacts from the civic collection, plus oral histories.
There’ll be free exhibition talks – High Tea Elegance at 2pm on Thursday 1 March and Country Women’s Association at 2pm on Thursday 15 March.
2. Our House is on display in Benga House at Heritage Hill until Sunday 15 April and features work from two emerging artists exploring ideas about domestic life.
Llawella Lewis uses drafting film to create small ceiling roses and other decorative features from around the home.
Leanne Failla spent nine months creating miniature paper replicas of every object in her house.
3. The Artist in Residence Showcase features work that Tamara Desiatov, Jenni Ivins, Wendy Grace, Midori Furze and Andrew Price created while based at Heritage Hill’s studios.
This exhibition is also in Benga House until Sunday 15 April.
 

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