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  • 15 Nov 2023 10:30 AM | Anonymous

    Listen to Nick Mooney, Sally Bryant and Andrew Young provide different perspectives on the state of nature conservation in Tasmania and how we can all help. To view Sally and Andrew's Powerpoint presentations while listening to them speaking, click here.

  • 10 Nov 2023 6:54 PM | Anonymous

    Listen to retired TMAG Curator of Cultural Heritage, Ian Terry, as he speaks about his three year truth-telling project photographing the landscapes George Augustus Robinson passed through on his Big River Mission in 1831.

    To view Ian's slide presentation while listening to his talk, click here.

  • 27 Sep 2023 4:01 PM | Anonymous

    Forest canopy ecologist Yoav Daniel Bar-Ness spoke to members about the Giant Eucalyptus Specimen Archive. After introducing the project, he spoke about individual trees, the Tasmanian Herbarium collections, and described the catastrophic backstory to this project and the lessons learnt.

    To view Yoav's slide show while listening to his talk, click here.

  • 07 Sep 2023 10:30 AM | Anonymous

    On the fourth anniversary of her project Extinction Studies Dr Lucienne Rickard spoke to members about the life events, career progression and passions that have led her to perform one of the longest-running artworks to take place at our museum. 

    To view Lucienne's slide show while listening to her speak, click here.

  • 28 Aug 2023 9:33 PM | Anonymous

    Here are the reports presented at our AGM. Read about what the Friends have been up to over the past year.

    Agenda 2023 Minutes 2022.pdf

    President's Report 2023.pdf

    Treasurer's Report 2023.pdf

  • 28 Aug 2023 10:30 AM | Anonymous

    Following the 2023 AGM newly appointed TMAG Senior Curator, Cultural Heritage, Eleanor Cave, gave an entertaining talk on her life as a collection manager for ten years at the Australian War Memorial. Among other things she described grappling with hazardous materials, live ammunition and finding somewhere to store very large pieces of military hardware.

    To view Eleanor's slide show while listening to her talk, click here.

  • 24 Aug 2023 5:30 PM | Anonymous

    In this talk art curator Mary Knights provides a brief introduction to TMAG's current Charles Dickens inspired exhibition Twist, and president of the NSW Dickens Society Walter Mason gives and entertaining account of the life and work of Dickens himself.

    The recording is accompanied a slide show of works displayed in TMAG's exhibition. To access these images while listening to Mary and Walter, click here.

  • 17 Aug 2023 10:30 AM | Anonymous

    In 2021 TMAG's soft coral expert, Dr Kirrily Moore, joined the RV Investigator for a four week research voyage off the Western Australian coast. In this talk Kirrily Moore tells us about the voyage and its results.

    To view Kirrily's slide presentation while listening to her talk, click here.

  • 29 Jun 2023 11:00 AM | Anonymous

    Join TMAG's Curator of Pacific Collections, Keren Ruki, as she weaves an intricate and enthralling pathway describing the museum's extraordinary Pacific collection, its genesis, its present and its future.

    To view Keren's slide show while listening to her presentation, click here.

    Friends of TMAG ·

  • 25 May 2023 5:30 PM | Anonymous

    This floor talk is facilitated by Kate Warner, as she converses with Ann Cripps about the research undertaken for Ann's recent book, Gardeners, Plant Collectors, Friends: Hobart Town and Beyond. Ann's book explores the early colonists who brought European flora to the colony of Van Diemen’s Land, and also sent endemic Tasmanian plants to collectors overseas. As you follow Ann’s research you will meet Quakers, botanists, doctors, horticulturalists and nurserymen who were instrumental in bringing Tasmania’s flora to the wider world.

    To view the slide presentation while listening to the audio, see Anne Cripps Gardens-compressed.pdf

    To read notes by Sheena Sims about the embroidery on the table cover by Catherine Augusta Mitchell, which was on display as a special feature of this event, click here.

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