Sunday 17 March 2019, 3.00 to 5.00pm
Manning Clark House, 11 Tasmania Circle, Forrest
A gathering of architects and urban environment and heritage experts
Join the discussion on planning, heritage and urban environment in Canberra.
Hear talks by members of the Lake Burley Griffin Guardians
(Rosemarie Willett, Richard Morrison, David Mackenzie
and Marianne Albury-Colless), Geoff Pryor,
Jack Waterford and architect John Mitchell
MCH members $7
Concession (Government Support) and full-time students $12
Unfortunately Dr Ken Henry is no longer available to deliver this year’s lecture,
however the Manning Clark House Committee is pleased to host
David Thodey AO
who will speak about what needs to be done to keep Australia liveable in the next fifty years. There will be a Q&A session following the address.
David Thodey is an experienced business leader focussed on innovation, technology and telecommunications. He is Chair of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and JobsNSW, as well as holding several other board and advisory roles. Mr Thodey is currently also leading the independent Review of the Australian Public Service. Prior to these appointments Mr Thodey had a successful career as the CEO of Telstra and of IBM in Australia and New Zealand.
MCH members $25; MCH concession members $15; concession
(Government Support) and full-time students $20; non-MCH members $30