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Memento : Issue 27
Unexpected Archives: Introduced by Robyn Archer Queensland Performing Arts Museum, Brisbane, Qld 1 September to 3 October 2004 Illawarra Perfoming Arts Centre, Wollongong, NSW 9 October to 14 November 2004 Albury Regional Arts Gallery, Albury, NSW 17 November to 9 December 2004 Mildura Arts Centre, Mildura, NSW 14 December 2004 to 30 January 2005 www.naa.gov.au/exhibitions/exhibitions.html www.naa.gov.au/exhibitions/events/events.html TASMANIA Tasmania Lighthouse Trail, 10 September 2004 -- 30 January 2005. A display of records and objects about Tasmanian lighthouses and shipwrecks at 13 venues around Tasmania. Contact (03) 6230 6104. Family History Seminar, 11 December, 1--4pm. Joint seminar by National Archives, State Library of Tasmania, and the Archives Office of Tasmania. Held at Burnie Regional Art Gallery. Bookings essential (03) 6230 6111. CANBERRA Speakers Corner Talks are free, but bookings essential: 6212 3624. Dr James Curran discusses his book The Power of Speech: Australian Prime Ministers Defining the National Image, 12 September, 1pm. Mark Carmody, celebrity gardener, springs into veggies, 19 September, 1pm and 3pm. Don Watson talks about the decay of public language, 24 October, 1pm and 3pm. Susan Kurosawa discusses the loneliness of the long distance traveller, 28 November, 1pm and 3pm. Old Parliament House Rose Gardens, 4--5 December. Join the Archives in celebrating the re-opening of these historic gardens. Grandkids Day, 19 January 2005. Come along to the Archives for a family fun day for all. SYDNEY Links with the Past: Finding Chinese Australian Family Connections Using Archives, 11 September, 10am -- 5pm. Joint seminar by the Chinese Australian Historical Society (CAHS), State Records NSW and the National Archives. Mandarin Club, 396 Pitt Street, Sydney. Bookings essential (02) 8247 8613. CAHS members $25, non-CAHS members $30. Caring for Your Keepsakes, 17 September, 10am -- 4pm. Bring your keepsakes to the Conservation Clinic for advice. Held during NSW History Week. 120 Miller Road, Chester Hill. Bookings essential (02) 9645 0163. Crossing the Barriers, 17--19 September. NSW & ACT Association of Family History Societies State Conference 2004, held at the Blackheath Community Centre. Visit our display stand and listen to our talk on recent initiatives. Full conference $95 (early bird $85), Saturday only $55, Sunday only $40. Contact (02) 4751 2746. ADELAIDE Archives reading room. Open Saturday, 11 September and 6 November, 10am -- 4pm. PERTH Family History Fair, 19 September, 10am -- 4pm. Visit our display stand. State Library of Western Australia, Alexander Library Building, Perth Cultural Centre. Contact (08) 9470 7531. Perth Royal Agricultural Society Show, 2--9 October. Visit our display stand. Silver Jubilee Pavilion, Claremont Showgrounds. Contact (08) 9470 7530. Family History Sources in the National Archives, 26 October, 10am -- 12pm. Seminar held at our Perth office. Contact (08) 9470 7531. Radical Architect: John Horbury Hunt 1838--1904 National Archives, Canberra 12 August to 31 October 2004 The Policeman's Eye: Paul Foelsche Photography National Archives, Canberra 25 November 2004 to 6 February 2005 Charters of Our Nation National Archives, Canberra Permanent exhibition 'No Common Creation': The High Court of Australia National Archives, Canberra Permanent exhibition It's a Dog's Life: Animals in the Public Service Museum of the Riverina, Wagga Wagga, NSW November 2004 to 6 March 2005 Beacons by the Sea: Stories of Australian Lighthouses Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Tas 25 September to 28 November 2004 Burnie Regional Art Gallery, Burnie, Tas 11 December 2004 to 30 January 2005 Spring--Summer 2004 MEMENTO 19