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    • 15 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Anglesea Barracks, 96-120 Davey Street
    • 17
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    Anglesea Barracks


    You are invited to visit Anglesea Barracks, Headquarters of the Australian Army, Royal Australian Navy and Royal Australian Airforce in Tasmania. It is the oldest Australian military establishment still occupied by the Army, and can trace its history back to 1811, when Governor Macquarie determined that suitable accommodation be established for soldiers of the British Army stationed in Hobart Town, on a prominent location, since known as Barracks Hill.

    Anglesea Barracks remained as Headquarters for the British Army in Tasmania until the departure of the last forces in 1870. Responsibility for the barracks transferred from Tasmania to the new Federal Government at Federation in 1901 and has remained so for the last 120 years. Clearly, Anglesea Barracks has a long and rich connection with the era of British colonisation, the City of Hobart and Tasmania since the early days of European settlement and that tradition continues to this day.

    What’s on offer:

    • A guided tour of the Barracks buildings 

    • Accompanied tour of the Military Museum’s exhibitions

    • Opportunity to view the extensive uniform and Cameron Collection

    • Morning tea in the Barracks Workshop.

    Members $20 non-member guests $30 includes morning tea 

    PLEASE NOTE: Parking should be available in Davey Street and other streets near the barracks. There is limited parking available onsite for those who need it, but you will need to request this in advance: please email us with your car registration number.

    • 26 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • Central Gallery, TMAG
    • 39
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    You are invited to an event that explores mapiya lumi | around here, TMAG’s newly opened gallery for children. Andy Baird, TMAG Deputy Director, and Michael McLaughlin, Manager Public Programs and Learning, will offer up the insights and thinking behind the gallery’s creation and how it will impact on future generations.

    This major new offering for young visitors and their families brings to life the breadth of TMAG’s collection under an overarching theme of ‘little big home’. Child-centred, place-based, a social and civic space, it’s an interactive gallery that engages all the senses and helps ground our children in the uniqueness of Tasmania — our home. More than a dozen Tasmanian artists and craftspeople, designers, taxidermists, educators and generally great people have created the largest single permanent gallery change since the 2010 TMAG redevelopment.

    Whether or not there are small people in your life, this will be an enlightening look at museums best practice. While the gallery is for children, this event is tailored for adults. We hope that after seeing and hearing all about what's on offer, you will be inspired to bring your children and grandchildren along on other occasions to experience it for themselves.

    This is a FREE EVENT and you are welcome to bring along non-member friends. Please consider staying on for a cup of tea in the members' lounge after the talk and gallery tour.

Past events

03 May 2021 Explore The Hedberg (2)
03 May 2021 Floor talk: TMAG's textiles
20 Apr 2021 Floor talk: Whale strandings
14 Apr 2021 Explore The Hedberg
27 Mar 2021 Sketch noting with Suzy Cooper: Beginner
20 Mar 2021 Sketch noting with Suzy Cooper: Refresher/Intermediate
18 Mar 2021 Hobart Current: Liberty
06 Mar 2021 Sketch noting with Suzy Cooper: Beginner
04 Feb 2021 Around the World in 80 Objects
09 Dec 2020 Christmas garden party at Narryna
23 Nov 2020 David Keeling: Stranger
05 Nov 2020 The Caterpillar Key
14 Oct 2020 A botanical walk at the Waterworks
30 Sep 2020 Curating, collecting, writing
14 Sep 2020 Annual General Meeting
20 Aug 2020 Spotted Handfish Spawning Habitat and Clay
21 Jul 2020 West: Out on the Edge
18 Mar 2020 West: Out on the Edge
25 Feb 2020 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Climate change
12 Feb 2020 This too shall pass
04 Dec 2019 Christmas Barbecue Garden Party
27 Nov 2019 Visit to the Australian Antarctic Division
14 Oct 2019 DAVID'S DO: Farewell to David Coleman
06 Oct 2019 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Landmark trees of India
19 Sep 2019 Annual General Meeting
04 Sep 2019 Julie Gough: Tense Past
08 Aug 2019 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Not so easy – Australian design and identity since Federation
31 Jul 2019 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Geoff Dyer – Portraits
27 Jul 2019 Sketch noting with Suzy Cooper 3
05 Jun 2019 Dirty Paper
22 May 2019 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: What lies ahead for TMAG
11 May 2019 Sketch noting with Suzy Cooper 2
30 Apr 2019 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Simpkinson's Hobart
28 Mar 2019 Sketch noting with Suzy Cooper
06 Mar 2019 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Exploring Tasmania's deep-sea coral reefs
16 Jan 2019 Friends meet Dinosaurs
05 Dec 2018 Christmas Barbecue
14 Nov 2018 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Satin Moths
14 Oct 2018 BOOK LAUNCH: Island Story
03 Oct 2018 Friends on the Rooftop!
20 Sep 2018 Annual General Meeting
13 Sep 2018 Thomas Bock's Hobart Town
10 Aug 2018 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Lily Allport
18 Jul 2018 Visit to the Australian Antarctic Division
28 Jun 2018 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Getting down and dirty
16 May 2018 Crossing the Horizon
11 Apr 2018 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: 10 objects — 10 stories
18 Mar 2018 Summerhome
08 Mar 2018 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Curating The Remarkable Tasmanian Devil exhibition
08 Feb 2018 Tasmanian Herbarium
10 Dec 2017 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: The devil you know and the devil you don’t
15 Nov 2017 An Early Christmas
08 Nov 2017 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Orientation and outreach — aligning Hobart's urban future?
24 Oct 2017 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Strange Trees
27 Sep 2017 Annual General Meeting
12 Sep 2017 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Sampling the Abyss
23 Aug 2017 The Derwent
15 Aug 2017 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: Inscription and Place
05 Jul 2017 FRIENDS FREE FLOOR TALK: kanalaritja
03 Jun 2017 A curious conversation
10 May 2017 The art of zoology
19 Feb 2017 Glass at Narryna: Andy McConnell
16 Feb 2017 Beyond the Roadshow: Andy McConnell
15 Dec 2016 One Hell of an Inferno
12 Oct 2016 Tempest Talk 5: Staging The Tempest
29 Sep 2016 Annual General Meeting
22 Sep 2016 Tempest Talk 4: Mariele Neudecker
18 Aug 2016 Tempest Talk 3: The art of Tempest
20 Jul 2016 Tempest Talk 2: Shipwreck archaeology in Tasmania
23 Jun 2016 Tempest Talk 1: Key drivers of Tasmanian climate variability
10 May 2016 Snapshot Photography and Migrant Women: A Tasmanian Experience
14 Apr 2016 Where Science Meets Art: the Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt
24 Feb 2016 Pattern Play: exhibition and talks
10 Dec 2015 Panoramic Views: exhibition and talk
02 Dec 2015 Detached
19 Nov 2015 Narryna Heritage Museum: history, wallpaper and quilts!
19 Oct 2015 2nd Guided tour and afternoon tea at the Theatre Royal
07 Oct 2015 Conservation and science at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
24 Sep 2015 Annual General Meeting
17 Aug 2015 Guided tour and afternoon tea at the Theatre Royal
15 Jul 2015 Indigenous culture, here and overseas, an illustrated talk by Zoe Rimmer
21 May 2015 Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts - Viewing and Talk
12 May 2015 Special event at Rosny Farm - Centenary of ANZAC and Service at Home and Abroad
29 Apr 2015 The Suspense is Awful: Tasmania and the Great War
15 Apr 2015 New members' night
24 Jan 2015 Botanical exhibition at Port Arthur
09 Dec 2014 The splendours of the Colonial Gallery
27 Nov 2014 Exclusive talk for the Friends of TMAG
05 Nov 2014 Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum
27 Oct 2014 Mawson’s Huts Replica Museum
26 Oct 2014 Yueju (Cantonese Opera) for Tasmanians
24 Oct 2014 Narryna cocktail party and auction
11 Oct 2014 War in History: Tasmanian, Australian and International Perspectives
25 Sep 2014 Annual General Meeting 2014
05 Sep 2014 Chinese Art Society dinner with talk by Sir Guy Green
27 Aug 2014 Bush Blitz in focus: Discovering new species in Tasmania
02 Aug 2014 Gala dinner for 150th anniversary of Australia’s first cookbook
23 Jul 2014 New members' night
25 Jun 2014 Tour of the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)
31 May 2014 Opening of Pat Brassington: À Rebours
25 May 2014 Second Tour of Shene Estate and Afternoon Tea
04 May 2014 Tour of Shene Estate and Afternoon Tea
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