Our Hobart lecture program for 2019 is almost there; here’s a preliminary view:
MARCH 5 – Scott Rankin: Tasmanian Australian of the year for 2018.
APRIL 2 – Dr Elizabeth Robinson: On educating young people in Tasmania today.
MAY 6 – The Peter Smith Medal Lecture
JUNE 4 – Aboriginal language revitalisation: celebrating the 2019 International Year of Indigenous languages
JULY 2 – Neil Spark: On Road Safety in Tasmania
AUGUST 6 – Marley Large: A glimpse into 175 years of the Royal Society of Tasmania’s Minutes.
SEPTEMBER 3 – Doctoral Award Winner Lecture
OCTOBER 1 – Dr Anita Hansen: The first 175 years of the Royal Society of Tasmania.
NOVEMBER 5 – UTas Postgraduates Lecture Evening.
DECEMBER 3 – John Williamson: Hobart’s Antarctic connection.
The full program for the 2019 Launceston Lecture Series can be viewed HERE
In the meantime, our 175 Anniversary celebrations continue with exhibitions and events. Please check our anniversary program for more details :-
The student friendly symposium about dinosaurs and the evolution of life takes place at the University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay campus, over the weekend of 23 – 24 March. You can register for the symposium and pay for tickets on our website :
An exhibition of art works by Louisa Anne Meredith at the Lady Franklin Gallery opened on 2 February and goes until the end of the month. The gallery is open weekends only.
An exhibition of the watercolour works of Tasmanian vistas by Francis Guillemard Simpkinson de Wesselow (1819–1906) will be on at TMAG from 21 March – 11 June.
The Dinosaur rEvolution exhibition continues at TMAG until May.