Win two tickets to the VIP official opening of Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait

The Jewish Museum of Australia presents an intimate portrait of the London singer’s short life and her close connection to her family and heritage
Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait
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The Jewish Museum of Australia is presenting Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait – an intimate portrait of the London singer’s short life, and an exploration of her close connection to her family and heritage.

Time Out Melbourne and the Jewish Museum of Australia are offering you the chance to be the first  in Melbourne to see this acclaimed exhibition, with two free tickets to the VIP official opening on Thursday October 19.

The exhibition was developed by the Jewish Museum in London in collaboration with Amy’s brother Alex and her sister-in-law Riva. Together, they have curated an exhibition that explores Amy’s early family life, her hunger to create music, and her ongoing connection to her Jewish roots. At the time of the exhibition’s opening in London in 2013, Alex Winehouse described it as “a snapshot of a girl who was, to her deepest core, simply a little Jewish kid from North London with a big talent who, more than anything, just wanted to be true to her heritage.”

For more insight into the exhibition, read our interview with curator Juliette Hanson.

To enter tell us in 25 words or fewer, why you want to attend the exhibition by 10am Monday October 16.


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