The events and programs listed on our site are hosted by our diverse membership, including libraries, museums, archives, galleries,
universities, historical societies, professional organisations, community centres and more.
The Royal Society of NSW and the Sydney Mechanics School of Arts (SMSA) are proud to present a new collaborative lecture series, Great Australians You’ve Never Heard Of, that will look at the lives of Australians who have not received the recognition they deserve.read more
The next Sydney Mechanic’s School of the Arts Glamorous Paris talk will feature Walter Mason who will chart the fascinating life of the French icon, Jean Cocteau on Wed 11 July.read more
Come along to the next Sydney Mechanic’s School of the Arts lunchtime lecture to hear Patrick Dodd tell the story of the Parramatta Female Factory to celebrate it’s 200 year anniversary on Thursday 5 July.read more
The next Sydney Mechanic’s School of the Arts lunchtime talk will feature author Peter Rees who will discuss the fascinating history of Australia’s first Aboriginal fighter pilot on Tue 3 July.read more
The Independent Scholars Association of Australia (NSW Chapter) in collaboration with the State Library of NSW will be holding their Annual Seminar on July 21 from 12.15 – 4.30pm which will examine the legacy of the Women’s Legal Status Act (1918).read more
The City of Canada Bay Heritage Society invite you to join them for their next Thomas Walker Convalescent Hospital open day on Sunday 29 July.read more
The City of Canada Bay Heritage Society invites you to hear Greg Clancy discuss his new book ‘Hitler’s Lost Spy’ at the City of Canada Bay Museum on Saturday 7 July at 2pm.read more
The next City of Sydney Historical Association guest lecture will be given by public historian Shirley Fitzgerald, who will talk about the hotels that formed the centre of the community in the 19th century on Sat 14 July, 2pm.read more
The History Council of NSW presents a special seminar exploring Australian food and culture at the 2018 Orange Readers & Writers Festival. Speakers: Richard White, Blake Singley, Diana Noyce and Lauren Sameuelsson.read more
The History Council of NSW’s first Speaker Connect talk for 2018 will be delivered by folklorist and cultural historian Warren Fahey AM, hosted by Hawkesbury Regional Museum: Sat 28 July, 2-3pm.read more
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