10 March, vigil to mark centenary of Alice Wheeldon’s conviction on charge of conspiring to murder PM Lloyd George.
ABC Honest History spot, Local Radio Canberra 666 and online, alternate Tuesday mornings, after 10.30 am, with Genevieve Jacobs. Starting again soon.
Evidence and expertise in a post-truth world, Manning Clark Lecture, Professor Brian Schmidt, Nobel Prize Winner and Vice Chancellor, ANU, 3 March; details and RSVP
South Vietnamese soldiers after the war; launch of book by Nathalie Nguyen, UNSW Canberra, 7 March; details and RSVP
Historians in Dark Times (Ann McGrath, Frank Bongiorno, Meggie Hutchison), Muse, 12 March; need tickets
National Archives of Australia events, various dates.
Mariam’s Day, 9 March, Muslim and non-Muslim women talking, part of Lismore Women’s Festival
Who’s Afraid of Colour: Indigenous women artists at NGV Ian Potter till April.
John Olsen: The You Beaut Country, at NGV Ian Potter till February then to Sydney.
WWI Love and Sorrow continues.
The Changing Face of Victoria permanent exhibition at the SLV.
Anzac centenary events and exhibitions, Queensland Museum.
Histories of Queensland, Queensland Museum.
Everywhen Everywhere, Indigenous Australian collection, Queensland Art Gallery.
Sample Vintage Port Adelaide plus other events and exhibitions at SA Maritime Museum.
Perth and Fremantle
The State Library of WA is publicising the World War I materials in its collection.
What’s On including New Zealand festival.
7 February 2017