Date: Wednesday 29 September
Time: 5:30pm for 6pm
Venue: Friends Room, Mitchell building
Cost: $20, includes light refreshments.
Join three Library fellows for a fascinating night learning about a diverse range of research and ideas.
Dr Ruth Pullin will discuss Eugène von Guérard's beautiful sketchbooks, which can be read as diaries as much as visual records. Michael Davis will talk about the way Europeans began to think about and represent Aboriginal art from the 1940s onwards, influenced by contemporary anthropology.
Dr Melanie Swalwell will look at the 1980s beginnings of the now ubiquitous electronic games, when they were made by individuals rather than corporations.
A tax invoice will be emailed to you. Please print as this will be your entry ticket.
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