History Symposium Update
We have designed the Symposium for visitors and locals alike, with support from local accommodation and travel/ transportion providers.
For visitors we have included meal components for their convenience. For locals we have designed the events to encourage participation & enjoyment.
Due to COVID/Hall limits, we only have 100 places available for most activities. You do not have to register for the Symposium to attend evening events.
We will consider ‘day tickets’ for the Symposium, if places are available.
FRIDAY 12th AUGUST 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Exhibition of photographs taken by, and of, Patsy Adam-Smith [Moonbird People]
All images sourced from the State Library of Victoria, including many never-before seen images from the early 50’s; some in colour.
Screen Australia is allowing us to show an interview with Patsy that was first screened at the Melbourne Film Festival (1988).
Finger-food and a welcoming drink will be provided. Refreshment bar available.
If we have space, we will accept bookings from August 1st for a waiting list.
$20 per person (FMHA Member discount).
SYMPOSIUM - DAY ONE 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Doors open 9:30. Morning & afternoon teas are included in the Registration.
Lunch (also included in Registration) will be catered for by local CWA branches.
Our speaker program and timetable is to be finalised by mid-July and will be emailed to all registered participants.
The Patsy Adam-Smith Exhibition will remain in situ for the duration of the Symposium.
A decision on the availabliity of day tickets will be made in early August.