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Memento : Issue 18
september 2001 memento 7 Belonging explores Australians' sense of place from Federation until today. In Canberra, half the exhibition is on show in our Exhibition Gallery and the other half is in the National Library. The exhibition features many engaging images, paintings, posters, documents and films along with excerpts from oral histories, private papers and interactive exhibits. Belonging remains on show in Canberra until 11 November 2001. Free guided tours are available at the Archives at 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays for the duration of the exhibition, as well as 12.30pm on Wednesdays in October. After Canberra, Belonging then travels to Tasmania where it opens at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery on 8 December. belong For many Australians, there was a time when cricket almost defined our national identity, especially when the Test matches were on against England. Australians everywhere would sit up until the early hours glued to the radiogram listening to Alan McGilvray's call of the game from The Oval, Trent Bridge or Lords. Sport is one of the many aspects of being Australian that are explored in the Belonging exhibition. A place to Our current exhibition in Canberra is Belonging: A Century Celebrated which is a joint project between the National Archives, the National Library and the State Libraries of Victoria and New South Wales. It is sponsored by AAMI, with support from the National Council for the Centenary of Federation. NAA: M948, 24