A series of small group discussions at MCH
Now that spring is coming we can welcome small, well-spaced,
COVID-19 compliant, seated groups to the MCH garden.
A program of Monday lunchtime talks has been organised by Fleur Millar.
Each will start at 1.00 pm, run for an hour (including Q&A), will be strictly limited
to an audience of thirty, and will be called off should it rain.
Admission will be $5.00 and booking is essential.
You will need to bring your own lunch, drink and hat.
5 October Dr Andrew Glikson, earth and paleo-climate scientist, ANU
The lungs of the earth: climate trends and their consequences in the 21st century
19 October Helen Musa, journalist specialising in the arts
Experiences touring with journalists in Indonesia and Timor Leste
Discussion Leader: Jack Waterford
26 October Anni Doyle Wawrzynczak
How local art made the National Capital
2 November Luke Whitington, poet
Leaving isolation: a poet’s journey from DFAT, Italy, Ireland and beyond
9 November Amy Jarvis, Heritage Adviser, ANU, and Canberra Modern mover and shaker
Canberra modernism and how we could better advocate for its preservation
Please book early for any or all of these sessions
through Fleur Millar on 0421 187 688 or firstname.lastname@example.org
or through trybooking – refer relevant links above.
Payment at the door (or gate) or on line through trybooking.