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Australian Hotel, Broadway, 1941

AN EXCITING PROGRAM FOR 2020

During 2019 we've explored many exciting buildings, locations and subject areas.

We've enjoyed presentations from heritage specialists and guest speakers including Philip Thalis, Peter Lonergan, Eileen Chanin, Polly Seidler, Frank Howarth and Genista Davidson, along with our own Zeny Edwards and Roy Lumby.

In the year ahead, the Society will continue exploring aspects of Modernism, Functionalism, Art Deco, Federation architecture and much more.

We're working on our program for 2020, so keep an eye on our page at Eventbrite>>

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We're working on a great program for 2020
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HERITAGE WALKS & TALKS:
Non-members are welcome
Our regular walks and talks cover topics including architecture, design and the decorative arts.
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Discover the beauty of art deco, modernism and other movements. Our interests span aviation, textiles, cars and more. Download back issues >>

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Main photo: Campbell Park Offices, Canberra, ACT
Architects: Theo Hirsch and James McCormick
Photographer: Unknown

 

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