Art Talk: Recording HistoryRichard Haese, art historian and author, joins curators Lesley Harding and Kendrah Morgan for a discussion on the interviews Haese made in the 1970s with key Heide figures, including John and Sunday Reed, Albert Tucker and Georges Mora. Learn how these recordings informed research undertaken by Harding and Morgan for their newly published double biography of the Reeds, Modern Love.
Paddy Manning in Conversation with Bob CarrJoin former Foreign Affairs Minister Bob Carr and awarded journliast and author Paddy Manning for a discussion about Born to Rule: The unauthorised biography of Malcolm Turnbull. The discussion will span the highs and lows of Malcolm Turnbull's remarkable career and is a great opportunity to gain insight into the 29th Prime Minister of Australia. This is a free event, but be sure to RSVP to email@example.com
Meet the Authors: Lesley Harding and Kendrah MorganModern Love, a revelatory new biography, lifts the veil on the unconventional marriage of modernist pioneers John and Sunday Reed, and their relationships with some of Australia’s most celebrated artists and writers. Equal parts love story and tragedy, it traces the couple’s transition from upper-class privilege to bohemia and the libertarian attitudes, personal passions and shared ambitions that defined their remarkable partnership. Hear from the authors of this book, followed by a reading and a book signing.
The Shrine of Remembrance: Watson's PierStan Watson was among the first ashore at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915, and survived battle, fear and disease to build the pier at Anzac Cove from which so many men later escaped. Join Joshua Funder, the great grandson of Stan, as he talks about his recently published book Watson's Pier which traces not just one man's journey, but the history of a nation.