Friday 9–Wednesday 21 June, 10am–6pm (open till 10pm Fridays and Saturdays)
Entry by gold coin donation
Narryna, Battery Point
Confront Tasmania’s convict history through death masks of executed criminals created according to the nineteenth century pseudoscience of phrenology, which sought to decipher an individual’s personality traits and criminal proclivities through the shape of their skull.
Presented by Narryna and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery in association with Dark Mofo