A premiere multimedia performance that tells the story of the Beyer family, who were at the heart of the 19th-century rollerskating craze in Australia and New Zealand. Read more
Love, War, Sport & Rollerskates Project
Christine Eid receives seed funding for a book project about the extraordinary story of the Beyer family from the City of Melbourne’s 2017 annual arts grant program. Read more
Collection Storage Site Tour
The City of Melbourne’s Art and Heritage Collection storage site opens its doors to the public as part of Open House Melbourne with free-guided tours.
The Great War SLV display
Marking the centenary of the First World War, the State Library Victoria’s dedicated display focuses on Victorians on the homefront and abroad. Researched and curated by Christine Eid. Read more
Skating with the Beyer family SLV display
Curated by Christine Eid, new collection material and stories feature in the display about the Beyer family, champion rollerskaters.
Hello Yellow exhibition
‘Hello Yellow: Melbourne taxis – stories, colours and manners’, considers the special relationship we have with a taxi driver. Curated by Christine Eid.
Champions of rollerskating SLV display
Curated by Christine Eid, the State Library Victoria has a new display showcasing Victoria’s champion rollerskaters the Beyer family.
Melbourne’s Suburban Sprawl SLV Display
A new display explores the State Library Victoria’s substantial collection of land subdivision posters. Curated by Christine Eid.
Archbishop Mannix SLV display
The ‘Archbishop Mannix: an enduring leadership’ display at the State Library Victoria marks the centenary of Daniel Mannix’s arrival to Melbourne. Curated by Christine Eid. Read more
Taxiing with the Eid brothers IM display
Co-curated by Christine Eid and Moya McFadzean, the ‘Behind the Wheel’ display at the Immigration Museum explores the migration and working lives of the Eid brothers. Read more
Cut from the Same Cloth Presentation
Presenting her paper, Christine Eid will tell the story of Melbourne’s clothing manufacturers and drapers, the Saleeba family, whose business spanned almost 100 years across 3 generations. Read more
Characters book research
Christine Eid was commissioned as a researcher on the ‘Characters’ book (2011). Written by Stephen Banham, the book tells the stories of a city through its signage. Read more
Paper City exhibition
Curated by Andrew May, Christine Eid and Stephen Banham, the ‘Paper City’ exhibition at the City Gallery explores letterheads from the City of Melbourne’s archive. Read More
Behind the Wheel Conversation
Convened by Christine Eid, the ‘Behind the Wheel’ conversation, with Melbourne’s former taxi drivers, focuses on Lebanese migration and the taxi business. Read more
Madame Brussels SLV Display
Curated by Christine Eid, a new display at the State Library Victoria showcases ‘Madame Brussels: Melbourne’s Queen of Harlotry’.
The People’s Bowl SLV Display
One of Melbourne’s much loved architectural icons, known as ‘The People’s Bowl’, features in a new display at the State Library Victoria. Curated by Christine Eid. Read more
The Race That Stops a Nation SLV display
A special display at the State Library Victoria commemorates the running of the 150th Melbourne Cup in 2010. Curated by Christine Eid.
Circular public art commission
‘Circular’ is a series of 8 cast iron artworks installed in Point Cook, created by artist Christine Eid, TOW, in collaboration with typographer Stephen Banham from Letterbox. Read more
Hard Labour Seminar
Christine Eid, State Library Creative Fellow, will give a presentation about her research on Victoria’s female taxi drivers at the ‘Hard Labour’ seminar.
SLV Creative Fellowship
Christine Eid’s research will explore the rich social history of female taxi drivers in the Victorian taxi industry, utilising the State Library Victoria’s unique collections. Read more
Unearthing Glenrowan SLV Display
Curated by Christine Eid, the ‘Unearthing Glenrowan’ display focuses on the archaeological dig at the site of the Kelly Gang’s legendary last stand.
Primavera 2009 exhibition
Guest curator Jeff Khan selects nine contemporary emerging Australian artists to be part of the ‘Primavera 2009’ exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Read more
Characters & Spaces self-guided tour
‘Characters & Spaces’ is a self-guided tour of 17 sites in 1 city block in Melbourne that peels back their layers of design. A part of State of Design festival. Read more
J.C. Williamson SLV Display
Christine Eid curates a display about J.C. Williamson, Australia’s most successful theatrical entrepreneur, at the State Library Victoria.
‘Habitat’ features artists Laurence Billiet, Christine Eid and Georgia Metaxas, whose work explores themes of identity, home and belonging.
Arab Image Foundation residency
Researching the role of emigration and tourism on the genre of funeral photography in Lebanon, Christine Eid undertakes a research residency at the Arab Image Foundation in Beirut. Read more
Transit Premieres in Beirut
‘Transit’ (2006), a short digital film directed by Christine Eid, premieres in Beirut at the Lebanese Film Festival (2008).
Locating History conference
Christine Eid presents her paper ‘The Hadchit in transit in Australia’ (2008) at the Locating History conference at The University of Melbourne.
The ‘Video’ exhibition features Christine Eid’s short digital film ‘Transit’ (2006) comprising a series of stories that provide insight into a father-daughter relationship and the taxi profession. Read more
Transit paper published in OHAA Journal
Christine Eid’s paper ‘Transit: a story inspired by Mebourne’s taxi entrepreneurs from Hadchit, North Lebanon’ (2007) is published in the Oral History Association of Australia Journal. Read more
Transit Screens at BIFF
Directed by Christine Eid, the short digital film ‘Transit’ (2006) screens at the 16th Brisbane International Film Festival (2007).
Homely / Unhomely exhibition
Christine Eid’s intricately hand-woven beaded sculpture, ‘Are we there yet?’ (2006) is included in the ‘Homely / Unhomely’ group exhibition.
The Transit body of work explores and questions notions of identity, acceptance and popular preconceptions of taxi drivers and Australia’s migrants. Read more
‘Blend’ is a visual art exhibition that reflects on the multifaceted nature of assimilation. Artwork created by Christine Eid.
The ‘Guest’ project is a collaboration between TOW and Letterbox. Attracting the highest bid at the art auction, the works raised money for the Refugee Community Tour education program. Read more