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Contributions from friends and colleagues

John Bannon, Michael Treloar, Howard Morphy, Bob Edwards and Peter Stanley

A tribute to Bob Edwards, 22 March 2011

The man of the moment, Bob Edwards, responds to messages from friends and colleagues who paid tribute to his work.

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archaeology, art, indigenous, museums

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Exhibition launch: Not Just Ned: A true history of the Irish in Australia

Daniel Gilbert, Simon Crean, Frances Fitzgerald, Tom Keneally and Andrew Sayers

Not Just Ned: Irish in Australia series, 16 March 2011

Author Tom Keneally officially launches the National Museum’s new exhibition about the Irish contribution to Australia. Includes a performance by the Alan Kelly Quartet and speeches by the Federal Arts Minister and new Irish children’s minister.

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exhibition, irish, migration

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In the national interest: the National Museum of Australia

Andrew Sayers, Director, National Museum of Australia

16 March 2011

In this National Press Club address Andrew Sayers talks about how the ideas that have shaped us as a nation, and continue to shape our thinking, can be illuminated and debated in the National Museum of Australia.

Audio courtesy of the National Press Club.

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history, memory, museums, nation, regional

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Stirring the pot: women in the business of food

Donna Lee Brien, Marion Halligan, Janet Jeffs and Dr Adele Wessell

6 March 2011

Women are strongly represented in Australia’s food industry as producers, chefs, cookbook authors and creative writers. Chef Janet Jeffs, novelist Marion Halligan and food historians Adele Wessell and Donna Lee Brien explore women’s stories about food.

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food, women

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Collectorfest: a right royal celebration

Guy Hansen and Professor Peter Spearritt

13 February 2011

Curator Guy Hansen and passionate royal memorabilia collector Professor Peter Spearritt discuss Australia’s fascination with royalty and then showcase five items belonging to collectors from the audience.

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collection, museums

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Question and answer session with Archie Roach and friends

Bill Johnson, Archie Roach, Michael Long and Stephen Munro

22 January 2011

Songman Archie Roach, former AFL star and Indigenous activist Michael Long, and Bill Johnson, whose Indigenous son Louis died tragically, with curator Stephen Munro, answer questions from the audience following the screening of the film Liyarn Ngarn.

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indigenous, sport

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Yalangbara: Art of the Djang’kawu: exhibition launch

Mawalan 2 Marika, Matilda House, Franchesca Cubillo, Dr Margo Neale and Andrew Sayers

9 December 2010

After introductions by Andrew Sayers and Dr Margo Neale and a welcome to country by Matilda House, Mawalan 2 Marika speaks on behalf of the Marika family, followed by Franchesca Cubillo, senior Indigenous art curator at the National Gallery of Australia.

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art, indigenous

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Country, memory and art: Understanding Indigenous art

Howard Morphy, John Carty and Dr Michael Pickering

8 December 2010

Anthropologists Howard Morphy and John Carty, and senior curator Mike Pickering, discuss Indigenous art from the Western Desert and Arnhem Land, and how art from both regions reflects concepts of Country, family and memory.

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art, indigenous, memory

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Aboriginal treasures at the Vatican

Dr Margo Neale, National Museum of Australia

1 December 2010

Margo talks about the new exhibition of Aboriginal artworks sent from Catholic missions in the north and west of Australia to the Vatican that recently opened at the Vatican’s Ethnological Museum and coincided with the canonisation of St Mary MacKillop.

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art, indigenous, spirituality

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The Melbourne Cup: 150 years of history

Isa Menzies, National Museum of Australia

Behind the Scenes – Landmarks series, 10 November 2010

The first Tuesday in November this year sees the running of the 150th Melbourne Cup. Curator Isa Menzies gives an insight into the race that stops the nation: from the glitz and glamour to the seamy underside of horseracing in Australia.

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sport

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