NOT all heroes in World War I wore khaki.
Adventurers, campaigners, fundraisers, ambulance drivers, nurses, doctors and long-suffering mothers will be brought to life when the Women of Empire exhibition comes to the Kyabram Town Hall Gallery this Friday.
The exhibition has been viewed by more than 500,000 people in Australia and New Zealand since February 2015.
From the exhibition hall at Sir Peter Jackson’s Great War Museum in Wellington to local halls, this exhibition has travelled far and wide — and now it’s Ky’s turn.
The exhibition is the only one of its kind dedicated solely to the women of World War I, created by two curators of Dressing Australia Museum of Costume in Victoria.
The Women of Empire Exhibition 1914-1918 will be at the Kyabram Town Hall Gallery from March 23 to April 23.
The official opening starts at 1pm on March 23.
For more information visit kyabramtownhall.com.au or call 5852 1546.