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Memento : Issue 28
Unexpected Archives: Introduced by Robyn Archer 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 AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Grandkids Day, 19 January, 10 am -- 4 pm. Our annual day for grandparents and their grandkids. Frederick Watson Fellow public lecture, 8 February, 12.30 pm. Frank Moorhouse on the evolution of post-WW II writing. Multicultural Family History Fair, 20 February, 10 am -- 3 pm. Margaret George Award public lectures, 6 April, 12.30 pm, Dr Christina Twomey on Australian civilians interned by the Japanese during WW II; 4 May, 12.30 pm, Dr Nicole Moore on 20th century literary censorship. NEW SOUTH WALES Regional tour, 9--17 April. Joint tour with State Records NSW of various south coast venues. Contact Fiona Burn (02) 9645 0141. SOUTH AUSTRALIA Archives' reading room. Open Saturday 15 January, 12 March, 7May,10am--4pm. Finding Families: Tracing Ancestors in the National Archives, 9 February, 6--7.30 pm. Seminar at State Library of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide. Bookings essential (08) 8207 7269 or firstname.lastname@example.org. QUEENSLAND Archives' reading room. Open Saturday 15 January, 19 February, 19 March, 10 am -- 4 pm, 16 Corporate Drive, Cannon Hill. Free seminars at our Brisbane Office. Bookings (07) 3249 4226. • What's new to Archives? 15 January, 10--11 am. • Finding Private Brian: Defence Service Records in the Archives, 19 February, 10--11 am. • The Red Flag Riots: Agitators, disloyalists and Brisbane's intelligence agencies during WW I, 19 March, 10--11 am. Documents of War, 12 March, 1--4.30 pm. Records describing aspects of war from the collections of National Archives of Australia, State Library of Queensland, Heritage Collections and Queensland State Archives. Joint seminar held at QSA, 435 Compton Road, Runcorn. Bookings (07) 3131 7777. Brisbane Office Open Day, 16 April, 10 am -- 4 pm. Contact (07) 3249 4226 for further details. NORTHERN TERRITORY Cyclone Tracy display, 15 December 2004 to 16 February 2005, Darwin Office, Kelsey Crescent, Millner. Contact (08) 8985 0300. Darwin Office Open Day, 23 April, 10 am -- 4 pm. (08) 8985 0300. Down the Track: Taking the Archives to Territory Towns, 21--28 May. Joint information sessions with the Northern Territory Archives Service about Archives' services and products, highlighting regional material held in our collections. Contact (08) 8985 0300. TASMANIA Tasmanian Lighthouse Trail, 10 September 2004 -- 30 January 2005. Contact (03) 6230 6104. Defence seminar, 21 April. In the lead-up to Anzac Day, a joint seminar with the Archives of Tasmania, the State Library of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Bookings (03) 6230 6111. 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 3 December 2004 to 6 March 2005 Australian Museum 18 March to 24 July 2005 Beacons by the Sea: Stories of Australian Lighthouses Burnie Regional Art Gallery, Burnie, Tas 10 December 2004 to 30 January 2005 Just Add Water: Schemes and Dreams for a Sunburnt Country National Archives, Canberra 22 March to 31 July 2005 Summer--Autumn 2005 MEMENTO 19