Join the City of Sydney Historical Association for this special event, as they explore the life and work of renowned Sydney photographer Frank Hurley. Frank Hurley captured some of the first and most iconic images of Australia’s Antarctic expeditions, the country’s involvement in the two World Wars, and of peoples in far away and mysterious lands. Toni Hurley, Frank’s granddaughter, will share with the audience stories of the man regarded as a fearless explorer, master story-teller and creator of some of the most enduring and extraordinary images of the twentieth century.

When: Saturday 8 April 2017, 2:00pm.
Where: Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney.
Cost: COSHA members $3, General $5. No bookings required.
Contact: brooksbevy@iprimus.com.au

Image: The pallid glow of a midwinter noon at Cape Denison, 1911-1914, by Frank Hurley, courtesy State Library of NSW.

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