A/Prof Tanya Evans will be holding a workshop on the discoveries that have been made about motherhood and mothering practices by family historians at North Sydney Council’s Stanton Library.
‘The Queen’s Album’ is a NSW State Archives exhibition to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria. Featuring images from an 1882 album gifted to the Queen by the people of NSW, reproduced from original glass plate negatives sourced from the State Archives Collection.
Tweed Regional Museum is screening a series of short films from their film archive as part of the Murwillumbah Arts Trail and Street Festival this Saturday.
Dr Stephen Gapps is giving a talk on the conflict between the Gai-mariagal people and the European settlers which took place on Sydney’s Lower North Shore.
A/Prof Tanya Evans and Dr Ian Hoskins will be holding a workshop on the practice and meanings of family history at North Sydney Council’s Stanton Library.