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Name
Frances Burke
Gender
Female
Roles
  • Designer (Textile Artist / Fashion Designer)
Other Occupation
  • Art director (ANZSIC code: R) -
  • Nurse (ANZSIC code: 8511) -
Birth date
1907
Birth place
Melbourne, Vic.
Death date
14 October 1994
Death place
Melbourne, Vic.
Residence
  • 1907 - 1994 Melbourne, Vic.
Training
  • Painting, - National Gallery School, Melbourne, Vic.
  • 1936 - 1938 George Bell School, Melbourne, VIC
  • - Melbourne Technical College, Melbourne, VIC

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References [<ExternalResource: "Dr Frances Burke" DIA Hall of Fame>, <ExternalResource: Nanette Carter, Burke, Frances Mary (1904–1994) (2018 entry)>, <ExternalResource: Harriet Edquist, Women of Industry: Frances Burke and Joyce Coffey>] [<ExternalResource: "Dr Frances Burke" DIA Hall of Fame>]
Related recognitions
  • Honorary Doctorate (RMIT) (received)
  • MBE (received)
  • Honorary Doctorate (RMIT) (received)
  • MBE (received)
  • Membership, Design Hall of Fame (received)
Related events
  • Frances Burke fabrics (exhibited at)
  • 7 Designers (exhibited at)
  • Women hold up half the sky (exhibited at)
  • An exhibition of industrial designs (exhibited at)
  • Frances Burke fabrics (exhibited at)
  • 7 Designers (exhibited at)
  • Women hold up half the sky (exhibited at)
  • Arts and Crafts Society of Victoria annual exhibition 1945 (exhibited at)
Summary