* Museum Lectures: Migration, Television and Cultural Diversity in Australia since 1956 *
Museum Lectures: Migration, Television and Cultural Diversity in Australia since 1956
Come on a journey of discovery with a new program of talks at Melbourne Museum Theatre this year.
Wednesday 5 September, 5.30pm–7.00pm
Making Futures: A Slam Event
This dynamic presentation will reveal how our responses to the past can influence the future. The Slam will be presented by social science, humanities scholars, creative writers, science communicators and visual artists involved in the Anthropocene Campus with Museum staff.
Tuesday 9 October, 6.00pm–7.30pm
Climate Sea Change: What do we know? When did we know it? What do we do?
Eight years ago a group of internationally renowned marine scientists met and discussed the impacts of the Climate Change they were seeing in their work. This year they gather again to take stock. This free lecture is sponsored by the Australian Society for Fish Biology as part of their 2018 Annual Conference.
Info & bookings
Wednesday 10 October, 1pm–2pm
Pacific Gallery Redevelopment – Bring Our People With Us: A Safe Place To Stand
Honouring customary knowledge holders, hear how the Te Pasifika redevelopment will convey positive change, respect and understanding to wider communities.
Wednesday 14 November, 1pm–2pm
Migration, Television and Cultural Diversity in Australia since 1956
Discover how the histories of migration and television in Australia are intertwined, and how migrants are represented in the industry and on screen.
11 Nicholson Street
Carlton, Victoria, 3053
Museum Member $8
Concession $10 & Adults $12