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Royal Society of NSW seeks to encourage studies and investigations in Science, Art, Literature and Philosophy. Our talks are intended to inform and facilitate wider discussion of these important areas and their relationships. All are welcome, and membership is open to anyone who shares our objectives and interests
Jessie Traill was an artist, traveller, humanitarian and independent spirit. Jessie developed her artistic skills from an early age. She went on to become one of Australia’s most outstanding etchers, working in a field uncommon for women of her time.
Spoken word poet Anisa Nandaula will take the audience into a boxing ring where an African Australian migrant fights with herself to come to peace with her identity while living in the diaspora.
A city girl named Tonka, in an act of pity, is keeping chaste company with a condemned man through the night before he is to be hung.
The 10 remarkable Australians each made their mark on the world stage through their personal achievements. They led interesting and adventurous lives, became well-known — even famous — for a time, but their memory has faded. Ian Macfarlane brings them to life again for the modern reader in these lucid, engaging accounts of their lives.
Join the producers of Carving up the Country for the launch of their ABC Radio National History Listen podcast.